• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Ken Daube examines all the Week 14 data on targets, including red zone targets, and other metrics to identify players who should be picked up in fantasy football.
Ken Daube examines Week 7 targets, goal-line chances and red zone opportunities in an effort to determine which players can be expected to repeat that production and which should be expected to slide.
Ken Daube discusses the issue of the declining number of carries per game inside an opponent's 10-yard line.
Ken Daube discusses the merits of Victor Cruz and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube discusses the disappointing season of Chris Johnson, and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube takes a statistical look at Mark Ingram's disappointing season thus far and highlights receivers and running backs who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube looks at the players with the most targets from Week 3, as well as running backs who were given the most chances close to the end zone.
Ken Daube looks at the latest target numbers and sees that Dwayne Bowe is racking up big numbers as of late.
Ken Daube takes a closer look at some underlying statistical trends and sees that Peyton Hillis is making the most of his many opportunities.
Ken Daube takes a final look at target trends, big running plays and favorable passing and rushing schedules for the fantasy playoffs.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and warns fantasy owners not to be swayed too much by weather conditions when setting your lineup.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and targets, and wonders why more fantasy owners aren't taking the chance on Pierre Garcon.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and targets, and sees good things for Donnie Avery.
Ken Daube takes a closer look at Tony Romo's schedule and also sees some wide receiver shakeups, including in Cleveland and Jacksonville.
Ken Daube looks at which teams offered the most fantasy rushing production on the ground this season, and what it means for next season's potential running-back draftees.
Ken Daube takes a commonly believed theory about cold-weather games and proves it wrong.