• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Eric Karabell unveils his fantasy football rankings for the playoffs, both for this week and the entire NFL postseason.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts on the tough Week 4 rankings decisions, including how to deal with the Redskins' and Buccaneers' passing games.
Eric Karabell reviews the 2011 fantasy season among wide receivers and provides his early 2012 rankings at the position.
Eric Karabell updates his top 100 flex (running back/wide receiver/tight end) rankings for Week 15, moving up Shonn Greene and Reggie Bush among others.
Eric Karabell updates his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, drawing attention to multi-position players such as C.J. Spiller and Dexter McCluster and moving Chris Johnson into the top 10 among running backs.
Eric Karabell's sneaky pickups for this week include a number of quarterback-wide receiver combinations and some unsung running backs.
Eric Karabell updates his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, ranking hot rookies such as Cam Newton, DeMarco Murray and Mark Ingram generously.
Eric Karabell updates his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, discussing a handful of players who are tough to rank, including Ahmad Bradshaw, Peyton Hillis and Roddy White.
Eric Karabell updates his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, and takes special interest in where the Colts' key offensive options fall.
Eric Karabell examines the Washington Redskins backfield, and reassesses his mock draft pick of Tim Hightower in the process.
Eric Karabell looks back on the 2010 fantasy football wide receiver class for the best, the worst and what might lay ahead.
Eric Karabell notes the top waiver-wire pickups of the week, including a bunch of backup running backs who could get more of a shot down the stretch.
Eric Karabell looks at his rankings changes from midweek until now, including adding Rex Grossman as he starts for Donovan McNabb.
Eric Karabell analyzes the four key things he took away from Sunday's games, including another mediocre day from Chris Johnson, a quietly effective day from Shonn Greene and more.
Eric Karabell explains why he wouldn't count on starting Donovan McNabb or any Washington Redskins wide receiver in fantasy.
Eric Karabell looks at the curious case of Jason Campbell, who's among the top-ranked fantasy quarterbacks but isn't treated like one.