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  1. Matthew Berry

    Matthew Berry



    Bio | Chats | E-mail | Fantasy Focus | Fantasy and Games

    • Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
    • Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
    • Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"

  2. Stopgap Seven: Week 4

    Tristan Cockcroft

    The rough-and-tumble NFL can take a toll on your fantasy team's depth, so if you're looking particularly thin at a position, consider the following players who are a little more under-the-radar as starters. (I'll list my Stopgap Seven each Friday all...

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  3. Swoon Over Miami

    Tristan Cockcroft

    It's hardly fair to condemn the Dolphins' Daunte Culpepper outright as a mediocre fantasy quarterback based on only three games, but three games is indeed enough time for us to draw some conclusions regarding his value. So far, his return from knee s...

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  4. FFL Chat: Sept. 19

    Tristan Cockcroft

    We answer your key questions about the fantasy football season.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2006
  5. The Clinton Conundrum

    Tristan Cockcroft

    One of the biggest stories of the preseason, Clinton Portis' shoulder injury put his draft status into much question. Most people seemed to drop the Redskins' running back either to the back end of the first round or the early stages of the second be...

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  6. Stopgap Seven

    Tristan Cockcroft

    If your lineup is looking thin at a particular position due to injuries, consider the following seven players as low-priced options for this week: Kyle Boller: He has averaged 240.4 passing yards with 10 touchdowns in his last five games and, during...

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  7. Stopgap Seven

    Tristan Cockcroft

    If your lineup is looking thin at a particular position due to injuries, consider the following seven players as low-priced options for this week: Kyle Boller: He has averaged 240.4 passing yards with 10 touchdowns in his last five games and, during...

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  8. Clash of Contenders

    Tristan Cockcroft

    In Week 17 of the fantasy football season, so-called "games that matter" are always most appealing. By this late stage, there usually aren't many of them, but Sunday, there's one which most of us should watch: The Cincinnati Bengals, AFC North champi...

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  9. Ricky's Return

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Apparently, Dolphins running back Ricky Williams still has it. A 1,000-yard rusher each year from 2000-03, the 28-year-old veteran rushed 26 times for 172 yards and a score against the Titans last Saturday, in his first game as the team's primary bac...

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  10. Rest for the Weary

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Another week, another set of teams rendered their Week 17 games irrelevant. We all saw how little the Colts, who had already clinched the AFC's top playoff seed, played their regulars on Saturday -- Peyton Manning played one quarter, Edgerrin James o...

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  11. Stopgap 7: Week 16

    Tristan Cockcroft

    If your lineup is looking thin at a particular position because of injuries, consider the following seven players as low-priced options for this week: Isaac Bruce: He has yet to notch a 100-yard game this season and has just three scores in nine gam...

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  12. FFL Chat: Dec. 22

    Tristan Cockcroft

    We answer your lineup questions.

    Story | Conversation | December 22, 2005
  13. LT or MT?

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson's season just keeps getting worse, and with his rib injury an issue, there's reason for concern about him being able to carry fantasy teams to a championship in the next two weeks. A healthy LT would be a no-...

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  14. Kiss 'em Good Bye

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Let's face it, fantasy football is not a perfect game. We base our schedules on the NFL regular season, meaning our postseason coincides with Weeks 14-17, a good month before the true NFL postseason. This time of year, NFL teams fall into three categ...

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  15. Desert Doldrums

    Tristan Cockcroft

    In 1999, Kurt Warner, then a member of the St. Louis Rams, led his NFL and fantasy teams to a magical championship run. In 16 regular-season games, he averaged 272.4 passing yards and 2.6 passing touchdowns. That's not much different from his perform...

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  16. Stopgap 7: Week 15

    Tristan Cockcroft

    If your lineup is looking thin at a particular position due to injuries, consider the following seven players as low-priced options for this week: J.J. Arrington: This one's digging deep, but if you're in need of a flex option, Arrington's is a pret...

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  17. The Unheralded Few

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Every sport, every year, sees its share of late-season standouts. As fantasy football owners, we often have a way of remembering the great stories during those late November and December NFL games, when we're playing our most important matchups of th...

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