• 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 Week 15's action, including Jamaal Charles' huge game.
Christopher Harris discusses the fantasy fallout of Michael Crabtree's Achilles injury, especially on the value of Anquan Boldin and Colin Kaepernick.
Christopher Harris offers his top 10 fantasy rookies for 2013, and profiles the top skill-position players from the final two days of the draft.
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 breaks down Week 10's action, and what to make of injuries to Michael Vick and Jay Cutler, among others.
Christopher Harris digs deeper to discuss which defenses are the best and worst to face as you begin to plan ahead for the fantasy playoffs.
Christopher Harris explains what his observations from Week 3 mean for Week 4 in fantasy football, including Robert Griffin III, Michael Vick and Drew Brees.
Christopher Harris says Mario Manningham has more fantasy value with the 49ers than Randy Moss but his overall value will depend on the quarterback.
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 breaks down the always-changing running back landscape in fantasy, as well as other trends to consider when setting your lineups.
Christopher Harris discusses the impact of Braylon Edwards' signing with the 49ers, as well as what to make of Michael Crabtree's foot injury.
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.