2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Fantasy Stock Watch

    Training camp is here! Let us all rejoice. Actual games start in just a couple of weeks. But the Stock Watch is already in game shape. Get up to speed with the latest player trends here. Read

  2. Training camp battles for fantasy

    As training camp commences, Matt Franciscovich takes a look at some heated position battles that could impact fantasy football drafts later this summer. Read

  3. Reception Perception: Tyler Lockett

    James Koh and Matt Harmon assess whether Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is set to explode for the 2016 NFL season. Watch
  4. Fantasy news and notes

    Ryan Fitzpatrick's return to the New York Jets is just one of the big fantasy storylines from training camp. James Koh runs through the fantasy spin on all the news and notes for this week. Read

  5. 2016 NFL Fantasy Analyst Mock Drafts

    All preseason long, our staff is conducting mock drafts with analysis to help you get ready for the real thing later this summer. Keep checking back to make sure you're prepared for your league. Read

  6. Chris Ivory or T.J. Yeldon a better fantasy RB?

    Sorting out fantasy backfields can be tough. Matt Franciscovich is here to help. He dives into the Jaguars backfield to help you know whether to draft Chris Ivory or T.J. Yeldon in fantasy this fall. Read

  7. Bust-a-Move: Cobb's fantasy demise exaggerated

    After the injury to Jordy Nelson, many assumed Randall Cobb was in line for big things in fantasy football. It didn't happen. Marcas Grant examines what went wrong and what's in store for Cobb in 2016. Read

  8. Don't draft all-suspended team

    With Le'Veon Bell, Josh Gordon and Tom Brady all discounted, some fantasy owners are considering drafting an all-suspension team in 2016. Matt Harmon explores the issues with this concept. Read

  9. The beginner's guide to playing fantasy football

    You've decided to join your first fantasy football league, but you don't know the first thing about how to play? Marcas Grant has a few tips to help make your first season a success. Read

  10. Overvalued wide receivers

    DeAndre Hopkins is going too high in fantasy drafts along with these other four receivers. Matt Harmon digs into why you should pass on them at their ADP. Read

  11. Gordon changes the Browns fantasy landscape

    Josh Grodon's reinstatement to the NFL brings immediate change the fantasy landscape in Cleveland. Matt Harmon assess what impact he can make. Read

  12. Fantasy projections: RBs

    With the fantasy season approaching, Michael Fabiano profiles each NFL backfield and provides projections for the top backs on each team, helping you know who to draft and who to avoid. Read

  13. Matt Harmon's tiered rankings

    Fantasy rankings are a difficult proposition. Matt Harmon uses tiers to break apart each position to sort through his 2016 fantasy redraft rankings. Read

  14. Bust-a-Move: Nowhere to go but up for Melvin Gordon

    After a miserable rookie season, Melvin Gordon is looking for bigger things in 2016. Marcas Grant expects improvement, but how much? The answer is in the latest edition of Bust-a-Move. Read

  15. Freeman, Forte overvalued in fantasy football?

    In our overvalued series, Matt Franciscovich breaks down five running backs that he thinks are going too early this season in fantasy football drafts. Read

  16. Chargers WRs are top-five

    Using his Reception Perception methodology, Matt Harmon shows why the Chargers have a top-five wide receiver group in the NFL and why they'll be huge hits in fantasy. Read

  17. Must-own fantasy WRs for 2016

    A.J. Green is primed to jump into the elite tier while Donte Moncrief is set for a breakout. They top the list of must-own fantasy football wide receivers for 2016. Read

  18. Gronk, Olsen lead must-have fantasy TEs

    The tight end position has gotten deeper, but getting a quality player is still important. Marcas Grant runs down a list of tight ends that fantasy managers should particularly target this season. Read

  19. Derek Carr among must-own fantasy quarterbacks

    Whether you're drafting a quarterback in the early rounds or the late rounds, there are must-own options at every turn in the draft. Check out our list of seven signal-callers every fantasy owner should draft. Read

  20. Must-own fantasy running backs

    Our must-own positional series continues with running backs. Find out why Matt Franciscovich considers Mark Ingram a back you need to draft and find out who else made the list here. Read

  21. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Karlos Williams RB - BUF The Bills placed Williams (suspension) o... 9:18 pm   7/30/16

      The Bills placed Williams (suspension) on the Non-Football Illness list Friday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

      Impacts: Already set to miss the first four games of the upcoming season due to a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy, Williams' quandary is further compounded by his conditioning. During mandatory minicamp, he arrived overweight and was "nowhere where he needs to be," according to head coach Rex Ryan at the time. On Friday, general manager Doug Whaley said that Williams must be "cleared medically" before commencing conditioning work, which is quite the ominous sign. Missing the first four games of the season gives Williams additional time to get into shape, but the Bills may have already turned to Mike Gillislee or Jonathan Williams as LeSean McCoy's (ankle) primary handcuff by Week 5.

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