Many quarterbacks were drafted early in a 10-team, 2-quarterback, point-per-reception mock draft.
AJ Mass discusses whether the Kansas City Chiefs will have any other viable receiving options beyond Dwayne Bowe.
Fantasy football 12-team point-per-reception mock draft sees value fluctuations for top pass-catching backs and receivers
AJ Mass details the first ESPN fantasy football expert mock draft, explaining his selections and analyzing the round-by-round trends.
AJ Mass offers some helpful tips to consider for owners in leagues that award points for receptions.
ESPN Fantasy is proud to present the 2009 fantasy football All-Pro team, as determined by total points scored in ESPN standard leagues.
AJ Mass looks at the New York Jets from a fantasy perspective and discusses many changes (head coach, starting quarterback, No. 1 receiver).
Why would you use records for "strength of schedule?" Our formula can tailor SOS specifically to fantasy leagues.
AJ Mass casts the top quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends in a whole new light by using his "Mass-ematics" formulas.
AJ Mass discusses the all-important decision of a league scoring system. How do you strike a balance among the positions?
A.J. Mass ranks the top 250 players for touchdown-only leagues.
AJ Mass presents a statistic he calls a fantasy football "safety rating," and scores each of the Top 300 players based on it.
AJ Mass takes a statistical viewpoint to determine when owners should draft a tight end, team defense and kicker.