He is stoked to start, but Heath Cummings finds too many unknowns to have more confidence in his first top 40 dynasty running back rankings.
Fans of the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles can use their phones to help the team call plays. (AP) One reason fantasy football is so popular is it turns the NFL into something more than a spectator sport. You scout players, draft them, pick...Show More Summary
Mike Evans was a breakout Fantasy receiver in 2016, and Jamey Eisenberg says don't expect a letdown for Evans in 2017 as he and quarterback Jameis Winston continue to improve.
Success in Fire Emblem Heroes,a new Nintendo game app, comes from building the right team.
1 of 6 | NEXT » The 2017 season was a major resurgence year for running backs in fantasy football. 12 tailbacks ran for at least 1,000 yards, while a whopping 22 running backs tallied at least 1,000 total yards from scrimmage. This was a major improvement from 2015, when only seven running backs hit the millennium mark for rushing yards. Show More Summary
Vizio’s Top Value Performer of the Year, Spencer Ware meets The Schmo at Radio Row. The Schmo and Ware discuss fantasy football in (...)
It's unlikely that the Packers keep the status quo at running back, even with Ty Montgomery moving full-time into the backfield. Whoever takes the reins of the run game will be a Fantasy beast.
DeMarco Murray was rejuvenated in 2016 with his move from Philadelphia to Tennessee. Jamey Eisenberg looks at what 2017 has in store for Murray, and how he'll work with Derrick Henry.
Rob Gronkowski (back) missed Super Bowl LI, but he is still drafted in Round 2. And while James White was a star vs. Atlanta, he fell to Round 10. Jamey Eisenberg breaks down all the results.
San Francisco 49ers’ running back Carlos Hyde enjoyed his best statistical season in 2016. Fantasy football owners enjoyed a respectable 1,151 yards from scrimmage, along with nine total touchdowns from the three-year pro. Hyde finished as the RB14 in standard formats despite his team winning just two games all season. Show More Summary
Declining TV ratings, two, maybe three, relocating teams and a dip in the growth of fantasy football were among the story lines in the NFL this season
There's no fantasy football in the Super Bowl.
Tight ends were mostly disappointing in 2016. Does that make them any less of a priority on Draft Day this summer?
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I wrote a column predicting Houston Texans’ wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins‘ fall from grace in fantasy football back in August of 2016. Nearly all of those predictions came true as Hopkins regressed in nearly every category from his juggernaut 2015 campaign. Show More Summary
FlowPlay is launching a new fantasy sports mobile game Dynasty Football. The free-to-play strategy card game merges real-world stats and the drafting mechanics of fantasy football so players can engage in head-to-head card matches. The Seattle-based company is launching the title just in time for the Super Bowl coming up this weekend. The title will […]
As a group, receivers saw their receptions and yardage totals rise in 2016, yet the position was nowhere near as good as it was in 2015. What happened, and what does it mean for 2017?
Fantasy football players everywhere were devastated when Green Bay Packers’ running back Eddie Lacy was lost for the season. Lacy suffered an ankle injury that ultimately needed surgery, and the Packers struggled for several weeks to find Lacy’s replacement. Show More Summary
It took a rise in one rushing stat to stabilize a position that's been criticized for years in Fantasy circles, but does it mean that running backs are 'back?'
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham put together good numbers in his first year back from a torn patella tendon, but the encore will be even better.