• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Christopher Harris lists the top waiver-wire targets to consider heading into Week 14.
Christopher Harris lists the top waiver-wire targets to consider heading into Week 12.
Christopher Harris identifies smaller receivers who have the potential to be future breakouts.
Struggling with your lineup decisions for this week? The Harris Index is here to help, with detailed matchup information on every team and some must-start and must-avoid picks.
Christopher Harris explores the fantasy value of players taken in the first round of the 2014 NFL draft
ESPN's Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 9, including Andy Dalton and Marvin Jones.
Christopher Harris reviews Week 6's action, including big days for Justin Blackmon, Knowshon Moreno; injuries for Packers WRs.
Christopher Harris ponders whether to trust Trent Richardson, Eli Manning, LeSean McCoy and Brandon Lloyd in Week 16, plus he discusses Andrew Luck versus Robert Griffin III, and issues with the Bengals and Cowboys defenses.
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 discusses the fantasy fallout of cut-down day in the NFL.
Christopher Harris previews the wide receiver position for the 2012 fantasy football season.
Christopher Harris offers his top 10 fantasy rookies for 2012, and profiles the top skill-position players from Day 3 of the draft.
Christopher Harris discusses the fantasy impact of Marques Colston's re-signing with the Saints.
Christopher Harris discusses the top NFL free agents and their potential stock for the 2012 season, depending on where they land.
Christopher Harris looks at how a number of playoff-bound teams will handle playing time for their fantasy stars in Week 17.
Christopher Harris lists his top waiver-wire pickups heading into Week 2, including Ben Tate, Cadillac Williams, Chad Henne and Devery Henderson.