Eric Karabell lays out his basic approach to drafting a keeper-league team and points out several players who should move up in keeper rankings, as well as several players who should move down.
Eric Karabell puts the Week 17 fantasy performances from such players as Drew Brees, DeAngelo Williams, Michael Crabtree and Terrelle Pryor in perspective.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts on the tough Week 8 rankings decisions, including Cam Newton against the Bears and Larry Fitzgerald against the Niners.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts on the tough Week 4 rankings decisions, including how to deal with the Redskins' and Buccaneers' passing games.
Eric Karabell lists a number of players he wouldn't take in fantasy leagues, at least based on where they're currently drafted.
Eric Karabell lays out his 2012 fantasy expectations for the New Orleans Saints offense, including Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham.
Eric Karabell lays out his basic approach to drafting a keeper-league team and suggests five sleeper selections.
Eric Karabell recaps the year in fantasy at the quarterback position and has an early preview of his 2011 rankings at the position.
Eric Karabell has fantasy rankings for those playing in playoff fantasy leagues as well as our Gridiron Challenge game.
Eric Karabell examines -- and ranks -- his top candidates for 2011 fantasy football MVP, as of Week 15, discussing such players as Aaron Rodgers, LeSean McCoy, Cam Newton and Rob Gronkowski.
Eric Karabell digs into some deeper stats from ESPN's Stats & Information to help make lineup decisions for this week and beyond.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts, from a fantasy perspective, on the huge Week 1 performances from Carolina Panthers Cam Newton and Steve Smith.
Eric Karabell breaks down the New Orleans Saints' backfield from a fantasy perspective, laying out where he would draft such players as Mark Ingram and Pierre Thomas.
Eric Karabell looks back on the 2010 fantasy football quarterback class for the best, the worst and what might lay ahead.
Eric Karabell checks in on four key running backs -- Chris Johnson, Maurice Jones-Drew, Frank Gore and Steven Jackson -- and projects their second-half production.
Eric Karabell analyzes the four key things he took away from Sunday's games, including big games from Kenny Britt and Dwayne Bowe, and stinkers from Drew Brees and Jay Cutler.