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Matthew Berry goes way out on a limb with a bold fantasy prediction for each NFL team, and reveals the story behind the words "you heard me."
What does past history tell us about expectations for rookie running backs such as Carlos Hyde and Bishop Sankey?
ESPN.com's fantasy team offered fans a chance to bring their team names to life with the social stunt #SketchMyTeam
A summary of the latest ESPN fantasy football mock draft, which featured 10 teams and standard scoring.
Tristan H. Cockcroft details why fantasy owners should be trusting Marshawn Lynch, not worrying about a decline.
Matthew Berry itemizes key fantasy football stats, facts and draft advice into 10 tidy lists of 10, including top fantasy football team names as submitted by you!
Our fantasy analysts provide their revised choices for fantasy football sleepers, busts and breakouts for 2014.
Jim McCormick lists a few veterans who are poised to return to past fantasy glory in 2014.
Christopher Harris lists 10 players who could emerge at some point this season as fantasy contributors despite a lack of experience or a clear role entering the season.
Matt Williamson ranks the wide receivers with the most long-term potential as part of his dynasty fantasy football preview.
Matt Williamson ranks the dynasty value of the top 30 NFL quarterbacks, with Packers signal-caller Aaron Rodgers at No. 1.
Matt Williamson prepares you for your dynasty draft with his updated ranking of the top 100 players with long-term value.
Matt Williamson ranks the running backs with the most long-term potential as part of his dynasty fantasy football preview.
A summary of the latest ESPN fantasy football mock draft, which featured 12 teams and PPR scoring.
Matthew Berry's Love/Hate for 2014, the must-read column of the fantasy football preseason.
Ken Daube explains why factoring in a player's projected positional strength of schedule is of little help. He writes that there is very little correlation between the amount of positional fantasy points a team gives up from one year to the next.