Which fantasy players have the best -- and which have the worst -- matchup schedules in 2014? KC Joyner outlines 10 of each to take into consideration on draft day.
Searching for good values in your fantasy football draft? KC Joyner has identified six wide receivers who are being drafted too low, including the Bears' Brandon Marshall.
KC Joyner previews the wide receiver position for the 2014 fantasy football season.
KC Joyner identifies specific defensive units against which fantasy football owners should start their players, including the Miami Dolphins' run defense and the Detroit Lions' pass defense.
KC Joyner examines the best fantasy playoff matchups for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends.
KC Joyner offers up the top 5 players with the hardest schedules over the next four weeks, including Packers RB Eddie Lacy.
KC Joyner takes a look at some players who have favorable matchups over the next four weeks.
KC Joyner analyzes four different players that are off to slow starts in fantasy football, and advises whether to keep them or cut them.
KC Joyner breaks down the most undervalued wide receivers in fantasy football this year.
KC Joyner examines the top five undervalued tight ends in fantasy this season.
KC Joyner examines the best and worst run-blocking units in the NFL and assesses the fantasy implications for each team. The Buffalo Bills led the league last season.
KC Joyner highlights five second-year players who could have breakout fantasy seasons, including RB Bernard Pierce.
KC Joyner's Week 11 Fantasy Foresight looks at potential trade candidates for the fantasy football playoffs, including Victor Cruz and MJD.
KC Joyner's Week 10 Fantasy Foresight examines what fantasy owners should do with Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz and Mike Wallace.
KC Joyner's Week 3 Fantasy Foresight examines Chris Johnson, Brandon Lloyd, Jason Witten and others. Is it time for fantasy owners to give up on them?
With the NFL season nearly wrapped up, KC Joyner notes it's crucial to avoid players who are mailing it in, suggesting a few strong pickups to replace players with 'Short-timers Syndrome.'