• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Christopher Harris reviews the top issues for Week 16 and discusses why it's best to trust your instincts in any one-week scenario.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at players whose fantasy draft values declined due to injury, holdout or suspension, and whether that concern was justified in recent history.
Brian Gramling explains why fantasy owners shouldn't be leery of a trio of 30-somethings this season.
Christopher Harris offers up 10 players he feels strongly about having better seasons than many expect in 2012.
Jim McCormick discusses a handful of established players who could be major bargains in 2012 after burning fantasy owners in 2011.
Four ESPN Fantasy analysts debate the 2012 value of Michael Turner, who was one of the toughest players to rank for the fantasy staff.
Ken Daube discusses at which point of the draft it is worth the risk to select Adrian Peterson.
Tristan H. Cockcroft breaks down the Chiefs' two-headed monster at running back and ventures a guess as to how things will break down in 2012.
Christopher Harris examines some arguments fantasy players make to justify their opinion of a player, and whether those arguments are based more on fact or on intuition.
While no method is perfect, Christopher Harris lays out a draft method that allows fantasy owners to compare players across all positions.
Fantasy football running back rankings for the 2012 season
Our fantasy experts provide their early choices for fantasy football sleepers and busts for 2012.
Christopher Harris previews the wide receiver position for the 2012 fantasy football season.
Christopher Harris discusses the fantasy impact of Peyton Hillis signing with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Christopher Harris introduces the soon-to-be-drafted fantasy rookie class of 2012 and highlights to start learning now before the competition catches on.
Tristan H. Cockcroft reveals the final 2011 fantasy football consistency rankings