• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Ken Daube looks at players who turn in big performances against specific teams.
Ken Daube provides draft lot values.
Ken Daube revisits target numbers for pass catchers, and says there's reason for guys like T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Randy Moss to improve.
Ken Daube looks at how well the top receivers can convert the targets they see.
Ken Daube analyzes each team's strength of schedule, with regards to fantasy points allowed via the run and the pass, for the rest of the season.
Ken Daube tackles the question of whether it's best to have a consistent fantasy scorer or a boom-or-bust player.
Ken Daube looks at the underlying stats for tight ends to find which are underowned and which are overvalued.
Ken Daube compares each team's defensive performances from last year to this year so you can adjust your matchups expectations from week to week.
Ken Daube looks at running backs who could be in for playing-time changes based on their percentage of carries for negative yardage.
Ken Daube looks at the rate of yards after catch per reception, and how that helps pick out the best fantasy quarterbacks.
Ken Daube says LaDainian Tomlinson isn't the elite back he usually is because he hasn't ripped off many big runs this year.
Ken Daube takes an early look at leaders in wide receiver targets and at how much receivers are taking advantage of their opportunities.
Ken Daube looks at running back touches from Week 1 to get a better handle on committee situations.