Hurt Locker is filled with trickery in fantasy's final week
In the final Hurt Locker of the year, Jason Smith warns fantasy owners not only about navigating the weekly injury reports, but preparing for stars to sit in meaningless games.
Week 13 Hurt Locker is crammed with Giants galore
In this crucial final week of the fantasy regular season, Jason Smith's Hurt Locker is stuffed full of key players who could have a big impact on whether fantasy owners make their league's playoffs.
Lions would give their kingdom for a workhorse running back
Detroit and New Orleans should light up the scoreboard Sunday, but which game this weekend will have the best finish? Jason Smith has the answer in his Week 13 Viewer's Guide.
You don't have to like your fantasy QB, just start him
Adam Rank has done the unthinkable: He's all-in with Eli Manning. A move that he feels could lead to a new sitcom starring him and Jaime Pressly called, "I Hate my Fantasy QB."
Smith's versatility out of backfield gives Lions' offense diversity
Kevin Smith had a monster game in the Lions' win over the Panthers. But was it a fluke? Bucky Brooks suggests that Detroit might have found some much-needed diversity.
Dolphins' Bush should stay hot in Week 11
The recent trend of Reggie Bush as a productive fantasy player should continue, writes Scott Engel in his weekly fantasy trends column.
Fitzpatrick, Jacobs have sleeper appeal in Week 11
The Giants will be without Ahmad Bradshaw once again this week, so Brandon Jacobs is in line to see plenty of work against the Eagles. He's one of Michael Fabiano's top 10 fantasy sleepers for Week 11.
Sixth sense: Battle for final playoff spot in NFC will be tight
The NFC wild-card picture currently is a jumbled mess. Will Tony Romo and the Cowboys make the playoffs? Elliot Harrison looks at the teams who will be vying for the sixth and final spot.
Cutler's schedule makes him more fantasy relevant
Jay Cutler is anything but a consistent quarterback with the Bears. So why does Michael Fabiano think he can help you win a fantasy title this season? Find out in his latest edition of the Fantasy mailbag.
Peterson could be a problem for Green Bay in Week 10
With every team in action in Week 10, fantasy owners have plenty of options. But Scott Engel writes that a rested Adrian Peterson might be the best start of all against a weak Packers run defense.
Injured starters won't necessarily improve backups' value
In Jason Smith's latest edition of the Hurt Locker, a handful of normal starters are expected to be out. But that doesn't mean their replacements are automatic pickups for fantasy owners.
Better Bear-lieve it: Chicago is a Super Bowl contender
Matt Forte and Julius Peppers are just two of the reasons why Elliot Harrison believes the Bears are a team to be reckoned with in the NFC.
Dalton, Newton, Gabbert face desperate teams in Week 10
Three rookie quarterbacks, including Cam Newton, are facing desperate teams in Week 10. Those battles are among Steve Wyche's weekly look at the NFL's most intriguing matchups.
CJ2K has fallen from the ranks of elite fantasy runners
Titans RB Chris Johnson was a first-round pick in most fantasy drafts, but is it now time to do what was once unthinkable -- bench him? Michael Fabiano tackles that question and more in his latest Mailbag.
Hurt Locker: Running back injuries abound in Week 8
In the new edition of the Hurt Locker, Jason Smith runs down a list of quality fantasy running backs whose injuries could cause plenty of headaches for owners this week.