• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Christopher Harris details the first ESPN fantasy football mock draft for the 2014 season, which features 10 teams and standard scoring.
Christopher Harris reviews the top issues for Week 17, including who will start or get benched, plus the outlook for Aaron Rodgers.
Christopher Harris reviews some top issues for Week 12, including a breakdown of Robert Griffin III's recent play.
ESPN's Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 9, including Andy Dalton and Marvin Jones.
Christopher Harris reviews some top issues for Week 4, including C.J. Spiller, Gio Bernard, Jacquizz Rodgers, top cornerbacks and new defensive metrics.
Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 2, including Julian Edelman, Jordan Cameron and Terrelle Pryor.
Christopher Harris previews Week 15's action, including recommendations for Stevan Ridley, Tony Romo and Cam Newton and how fantasy owners should handle playoff injury question marks.
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 looks at how a number of playoff-bound teams will handle playing time for their fantasy stars in Week 17.
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 lists his top waiver-wire pickups heading into Week 10, including Roy Helu, Jacoby Ford and Chris Ivory.
Christopher Harris previews the wide receivers for the 2011 fantasy football season, noting that there is a lot of talent at the top, but it might be worth waiting on drafting a wideout.
Christopher Harris provides his top 10 fantasy rookies for 2011 and analyzes the values of players selected in Rounds 4 through 7.
Christopher Harris explains how Alex Smith can be so poorly ranked despite a trio of high-quality weapons around him.
Christopher Harris uses his Top 160 rankings to draft a full, 10-team league. By himself.
Christopher Harris ranks the players for the final four weeks of the NFL season, with special attention given to players who could sit for their NFL teams during the fantasy playoffs.