• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Christopher Harris reviews some top issues for Week 12, including a breakdown of Robert Griffin III's recent play.
Christopher Harris reviews some top issues for Week 10, including the best and worst matchups against each position, plus notes on Jake Locker, Andre Brown, Roddy White and Robert Griffin III.
Christopher Harris reviews Week 7's action, including big games from Harry Douglas and Jordan Reed.
ESPN's Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 7, including Joseph Randle, Rueben Randle and the Panthers' defense.
Christopher Harris reviews Week 5's action, including a number of unsung wideouts coming up big.
Christopher Harris previews the wide receiver position for the 2013 fantasy football season.
Christopher Harris breaks down Week 11's action, and what to make of injuries to LeSean McCoy, Rob Gronkowski and Willis McGahee.
Christopher Harris breaks down Sunday's Week 3 action, including bouncebacks for Jamaal Charles, Larry Fitzgerald and Darren McFadden.
Christopher Harris has notes and observations from Sunday's Week 1 action, including a big game from Adrian Peterson and slightly disappointing performances from top quarterbacks.
Christopher Harris provides his concerns about 10 of the most interesting players in 2012 fantasy football drafts.
Christopher Harris previews Week 12 by discussing Tim Tebow's fantasy ranking among quarterbacks, Chris Johnson's matchup/value and other trends to consider.
Christopher Harris prepares for the trade deadline by listing 10 players he'd like to trade now to maximize value.
Christopher Harris lists his top waiver-wire pickups heading into Week 10, including Roy Helu, Jacoby Ford and Chris Ivory.
Christopher Harris says to limit expectations on players such as Shonn Greene and Percy Harvin, but still expects big things from Ben Tate and Daniel Thomas.
Christopher Harris provides his top 10 fantasy rookies for 2011 and analyzes the values of players selected in Rounds 4 through 7.
Christopher Harris uses his Top 160 rankings to draft a full, 10-team league. By himself.