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Eric Moody provides an overview of tight end draft strategy for 2016 fantasy football drafts. Delanie Walker lead all tight end in targets (133) and receptions ...
The value and importance of looking at each team's strength of schedule by position is one of most disputed factors when trying to determine ...
With draft season upon us, the most experienced drafters are putting in the preparation to build championship contending fantasy teams. This ground work includes ...
One of the hardest parts of drafting a solid fantasy football team is to know whether a high-risk player is going to payoff for ...
Eric Moody breaks down Average Draft Position and how to use it in your 2016 fantasy football drafts. Are you currently preparing for your first fantasy ...
Eric Moody examines players to target in the later rounds of 2016 fantasy football drafts. There is an adage in fantasy football that drafts are won ...
Bob Lung breaks down consistent TEs that are going undervalued in fantasy football. This piece is part of our article program that features quality content from ...
One of 2016's greatest fantasy truisms is "all of the top running backs have warts." We've got Le'Veon Bell's marijuana use and/or inability to ...
The following advice is intended to help you determine which players to draft and who to avoid with confidence. Let me preface the following suggestions ...
Welcome to the latest episode of the FantasyPros Football Podcast. The show is hosted by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro). Throughout the NFL season, we'll be interviewing ...
Woodhead has been outshined by second-year RB Melvin Gordon so far this preseason. Woodhead has a clear and defined role as the Chargers passing down RB and has tremendous value in PPR leagues. Owners shouldn't worry about Woodhead's slow start and should feel confident drafting him as early as round ...
Gordon has looked great so far this preseason and has scored twice after not scoring a TD all last season. With his surgically repaired knee and offensive line healthy, expect Gordon to have a bounce-back 2016 season.
Oliver was listed as the Chargers No. 3 RB behind Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead. Dreamius Smith and Kenneth Farrow are next up on the team's depth chart.
Keenum will be the Week 1 starter and with Goff struggling could see most of the starts if not all in 2016. Keenum is not on the re-draft radar on this run heavy offense.
Goff will not be starting Week 1. Case Keenum is looking more and more like the starter for most of 2016.
Rodger's unremarkable display on Saturday suggests he will likely be irrelevant in most fantasy leagues going into his sixth season in the NFL. He will likely be third or fourth in the running back depth chart in Chicago, and it will take a lot for him to become relevant. ...
Ka'Deem Carey will likely start at second in the depth chart behind Jeremy Langford; however, based on the running back by committee approach, which John Fox enjoys instituting, he may carve a decent chunk of the yardage from Langford. I would suggest that Carey is the most likely back ...
Expect Howard to have a slow start this year, but look for improvement that may suggest a change in the depth chart. Howard still has potential to breakout and be the number one running back in Chicago, but the likelihood of that possibility is falling.
Boldin seems to be locked in as the #3 wideout for the Lions. He isn't going to put up big numbers but should see a few targets each game. Boldin is going un-drafted in most leagues, and will likely play a bigger role in some daily contests than ...
While many kickers can be forgiven for missing from 47 yards out, the fashion in which Bell missed was embarrassing; his lame-duck kick fluttered flaccidly left and well short of the uprights despite clearing the Ravens' defensive line. Bell wasn't ever likely to make the Lions' roster over incumbent Matt ...