ESPN Insider Tim Hasselbeck runs through what he's seeing, what he's hearing and what he's thinking for Week 5 of the fantasy football season, including takes on Stevan Ridley, Danny Woodhead and Maurice Jones-Drew.
Tristan H. Cockcroft offers his final consistency ratings for the 2014 season.
Looking for one key nugget of fantasy football intel per team for 2015? Mike Clay of Pro Football Focus has you covered, with the final edition of Fantasy 32 for 2014.
Christopher Harris unveils his final value-based drafting (VBD) rankings for 2014, with DeMarco Murray leading the way.
Matthew Berry presents his Love/Hate list for Week 9, and assures you that even if there is another "Big Ben" on the hate list, there's a very good reason for it.
Jim McCormick provides his Week 9 IDP rankings by position.
Struggling with your lineup decisions for this week? The Harris Index is here to help, with detailed matchup information on every team and some must-start and must-avoid picks.
Tim Kavanagh shares the most essential fantasy tips you need to set your Week 8 lineup, all distilled into one handy file.
Ken Daube analyzes recent receiver target numbers, long rushes and goal-line carries to help make your fantasy decisions.
Matthew Berry's top 200 rankings for fantasy football Week 5. What, no Tom Brady? That's not a mistake.
Tristan H. Cockcroft offers his latest consistency ratings for the 2014 season.
Need an edge in your Week 5 fantasy football matchup? Mike Clay of Pro Football Focus has you covered with 32 start/sit, pickup and trade tips, covering each NFL team.
ESPN's Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 5, including Jerick McKinnon and Larry Donnell.
Matt Williamson identifies several long-term pickup candidates for redraft and dynasty fantasy football leagues, including WR Jerricho Cotchery and QB Kyle Orton.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks back at some interesting numbers after Week 2, including some disappointing stats from Drew Brees, Tom Brady and A.J. Green.
Matt Williamson ranks the dynasty value of the top 30 NFL quarterbacks, with Packers signal-caller Aaron Rodgers at No. 1.