• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Which fantasy players have the best -- and which have the worst -- matchup schedules in 2014? KC Joyner outlines 10 of each to take into consideration on draft day.
KC Joyner breaks down which quarterbacks are worth keeping for next season.
KC Joyner examines the best fantasy playoff matchups for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends.
KC Joyner offers up the top 5 players with the hardest schedules over the next four weeks, including Packers RB Eddie Lacy.
KC Joyner breaks down the most undervalued wide receivers in fantasy football this year.
KC Joyner examines the top 10 undervalued fantasy running backs this season.
KC Joyner examines the top 10 undervalued fantasy quarterbacks this season, including Robert Griffin III.
KC Joyner looks at several underrated fantasy QBs including Peyton Manning, Carson Palmer and Matt Schaub.
KC Joyner examines how the pass-blocking abilities of various offensive lines will affect quarterback fantasy values.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 14 values in fantasy football, looking ahead to the fantasy playoffs. He also explains why owners should keep Michael Crabtree.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 12 values in fantasy football. He also explains why owners shouldn't give up on LeGarrette Blount.
KC Joyner produces his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, examining remaining opponents to determine who gains (Eli Manning, Reggie Bush) and loses (Cam Newton, Steven Jackson) value based on upcoming matchups.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 7 values in fantasy football, as well as players you should stash away for later weeks. He also explains why owners should look to trade for Brandon Lloyd.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 6 values in fantasy football, including Alex Smith and Victor Cruz. He also explains why owners should look to trade Ryan Fitzpatrick.
With just a few days until kickoff, KC Joyner presents his list of quarterbacks and receivers you should target on the waiver wire this week who aren't owned -- but should be.
You never know when an injury or a slump will doom you, so you'd better have depth.