Ken Daube examines Week 7 targets, goal-line chances and red zone opportunities in an effort to determine which players can be expected to repeat that production and which should be expected to slide.
Ken Daube examines Week 5 targets, as well as goal-line and red zone opportunities, in an effort to determine which players can be expected to repeat that production and which should be expected to slide.
Ken Daube looks at some wide receivers who are getting lots of targets in recent weeks and are worth picking up late.
Ken Daube explains why Brandon Lloyd is a great buy-low target, and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube discusses the disappointing season of Chris Johnson, and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube looks at the latest target stats and tries to apply it both now and for next year.
Ken Daube takes a closer look at some underlying statistical trends and sees that Peyton Hillis is making the most of his many opportunities.
Ken Daube looks at the trio of veteran backs hoping to land the majority of the carries in Washington under Mike Shanahan.
Ken Daube takes a final look at target trends, big running plays and favorable passing and rushing schedules for the fantasy playoffs.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and warns fantasy owners not to be swayed too much by weather conditions when setting your lineup.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and targets, and wonders why more fantasy owners aren't taking the chance on Pierre Garcon.
Ken Daube looks at the latest trends and targets, and sees good things for Donnie Avery.
Ken Daube says the schedule gets easier for Matt Hasselbeck, while Eddie Royal and Jonathan Stewart are poised for bigger things after a slow start.
Ken Daube discusses why he expects Michael Turner to fail to live up to his draft position this season.
Ken Daube analyzes each team's strength of schedule, with regards to fantasy points allowed via the run and the pass, for the rest of the season.