To win a fantasy football title, owners have to throw the normal rules of who to play and bench out the window.
Top-five picks in 2002, Joey Harrington and Mike Williams have become poster boys for a draft class that hasn't delivered, writes Len Pasquarelli.
An in-depth fantasy-style review of the Week 2 NFL action.
Detroit botched an extra-point kick with eight seconds left that would've tied the game, allowing Minnesota to seal a 28-27.
Detroit 26, Arizona 12
David Garrard threw two touchdown passes, including a 36-yarder to Jimmy Smith in overtime, to lead the Jaguars to a 23-17 victory over the Lions.
Clinton Portis ran for 147 yards on 34 carries and threw a tiebreaking touchdown pass to lead the Redskins over Detroit 17-10 Sunday.
DALLAS 31, DETROIT 21
Detroit 28, New York 13
Donovan McNabb slipped a sack and shuffled around the pocket long enough to find a wide-open L.J. Smith to convert a third down.
Detroit ended its NFL-record 24-game streak of futility away from home Sunday, rallying to beat the mistake-prone Chicago Bears 20-16 in Lovie Smith's debut as head coach.
Our friends at Scouts, Inc., and our draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. break down each pick as it happens.
LaDainian Tomlinson's best game as a receiver was enough to beat the Detroit Lions
Desperate for a victory, the Minnesota Vikings were prepared to take one any way they could get it.
Seattle coach Mike Holmgren said all week he wanted his offense to get on a roll. The woeful Detroit Lions were the perfect opponent to accommodate him.
Oakland has sunk so low it can't even beat the Detroit Lions.