Ken Daube introduces performance-adjusted strength of schedule to help with RB decisions in the fantasy playoffs.
Ken Daube provides red zone opportunities, target data and goal-line usage to help guide lineup decisions.
Ken Daube lists the easiest remaining schedules for RBs and uses metrics to help with your fantasy decisions.
Ken Daube analyzes recent goal-line work, receiver targets and red zone tendencies to help make your fantasy decisions.
Ken Daube examines all the Week 3 data on targets, including red zone targets, and other metrics to identify players who should be picked up in fantasy football.
Ken Daube examines Week 4 targets, as well as goal-line and red zone opportunities, in an effort to determine which players can be expected to repeat that production.
Ken Daube discusses the merits of Victor Cruz and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
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 explains why Brandon Marshall hasn't cracked the top 20 among fantasy wideouts, and highlights those who are getting the most opportunities to succeed.
Ken Daube looks at some interesting stats from the past few weeks, including good news for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Ken Daube looks at the latest target numbers and sees that Jordan Shipley has very similar numbers as Chad Ochocinco.
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.