• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
AJ Mass provides a method to help better project the values of kickers in your draft preparation.
AJ Mass details the first ESPN fantasy football analysts' mock draft, explaining his selections and analyzing the round-by-round trends.
AJ Mass discusses whether the Kansas City Chiefs will have any other viable receiving options beyond Dwayne Bowe.
AJ Mass wonders why Carson Palmer isn't getting more love in fantasy drafts this season.
AJ Mass looks at the potential fantasy value of Tim Hightower, even as the backup to Beanie Wells for the Arizona Cardinals.
AJ Mass takes a closer look at the New York Jets' defense from a fantasy perspective, and likes what he sees for 2009.
AJ Mass looks at the New York Jets from a fantasy perspective and discusses many changes (head coach, starting quarterback, No. 1 receiver).
AJ Mass examines Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens from a fantasy perspective as they prepare to into training camp.
Why would you use records for "strength of schedule?" Our formula can tailor SOS specifically to fantasy leagues.
AJ Mass crunches the numbers to see if we can actually predict kicker performances based on opportunities created by his team.
AJ Mass looks at the draft status of Willis McGahee because of his knee injury and the presence of Ray Rice.
AJ Mass discusses the strength of schedules for the team defenses from a fantasy perspective.
A.J. Mass ranks the top 250 players for touchdown-only leagues.