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.
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 reacts to a rash of injuries among wide receivers and tight ends by finding waiver-wire candidates who will make for more-than-adequate fill-ins. The list includes Patrick Crayton, who stands to benefit from the Chargers' injuries.
KC Joyner takes a look at passers and receivers who are still widely available in ESPN leagues and argues that fantasy football owners should pick them up while they still have the chance. Among the picks? The red-hot Kyle Orton and Sam Bradford.