• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Ken Daube introduces performance-adjusted strength of schedule to help with RB decisions in the fantasy playoffs.
Christopher Harris lists the top waiver-wire targets to consider heading into Week 13.
Tristan H. Cockcroft provides a historical look at the Pats' Week 12 backfield output and Odell Beckham Jr.'s impressive start.
Ken Daube provides red zone opportunities, target data and goal-line usage to help guide lineup decisions.
Matthew Berry ranks 200 players for Week 8 of the fantasy football season and notes many popular waiver-wire pickups have made their way into the starter conversation.
Tristan H. Cockcroft says that Thursday games often mean bad news for fantasy stats.
Ken Daube analyzes recent receiver target numbers, long rushes and goal-line carries to help make your fantasy decisions.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporting corps offers Week 3 fantasy advice straight from the locker room of every team.
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."
Which pick is best to have in a 10-team fantasy draft? KC Joyner writes that a 'Grade A' roster can be assembled at any draft slot, and as an example outlines a six-round mock draft that features high-level rosters for all 10 teams.
Matt Williamson ranks the running backs 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.
ESPN.com's fantasy analysts discuss all the key fantasy questions and concerns throughout the summer.
Our fantasy analysts provide their early choices for fantasy football sleepers, busts and breakouts for 2014.
Tristan H. Cockcroft offers his final 2013 consistency ratings, noting that the "consistency kings" weren't necessarily the top producers at each position.