Christopher Harris explores the fantasy value of the 2014 rookie class, including his early top 10 ranking of rookies available in re-draft leagues.
Christopher Harris reviews the top issues for Week 16 and discusses why it's best to trust your instincts in any one-week scenario.
Christopher Harris reviews some top issues for Week 11 and looks ahead to the best and worst fantasy playoff schedules.
Christopher Harris reviews Week 8's action, including the frustrating role of Stevan Ridley and the underwhelming numbers of Tom Brady.
Christopher Harris breaks down Week 9's action, and what to make of Doug Martin's amazing performance.
Christopher Harris explains what his observations from Week 7 mean for Week 8 in fantasy football, including thoughts on Calvin Johnson and potentially good matchups ahead for Sam Bradford and Frank Gore.
Christopher Harris explains why utilizing past seasons' statistics is not a safe method for predicting the difficulty of schedules in fantasy football.
Christopher Harris selects the most valuable fantasy player on each NFL team for the 2011 season, utilizing principles of Value-Based Drafting.
Christopher Harris looks at players he likes more (Rex Grossman, Ryan Mathews) and likes less (Marshawn Lynch, Jake Locker) than others heading into Week 15.
Christopher Harris previews Week 12 by discussing Tim Tebow's fantasy ranking among quarterbacks, Chris Johnson's matchup/value and other trends to consider.
Christopher Harris lists his top waiver-wire pickups heading into Week 10, including Roy Helu, Jacoby Ford and Chris Ivory.
Christopher Harris discusses recent trends to consider in making your lineup decisions, and how Carson Palmer will fare in Oakland.
Christopher Harris lists his top waiver-wire pickups heading into Week 4, including Nate Washington, Kendall Hunter, Montario Hardesty and Victor Cruz.
Our fantasy experts provide their early choices for fantasy football sleepers, busts and rookie breakouts for 2011.
Christopher Harris provides his top 10 fantasy rookies for 2011 and analyzes the values of players selected in Rounds 4 through 7.
Christopher Harris uses his Top 160 rankings to draft a full, 10-team league. By himself.