Which fantasy players could be prime acquisition or sell-high targets based on an upcoming slate of favorable matchups? KC Joyner identifies six such players, including Arian Foster, and outlines three waiver-wire targets heading into Week 5.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has his early pitcher rankings for the 2014 season.
Tristan H. Cockcroft says not to panic too much over a number of top hitters getting off to slow starts.
John Cregan outlines different tips, tricks and lessons for those wanting to know about how to play fantasy basketball.
Eric Karabell discusses some of the many lessons he's learned about fantasy baseball based on the returns so far this season.
Neil Tardy discusses the top draft-day steals and in-season pickups, as well as those who were having fine seasons before injuries ruined things.
Seth Landman on Norris Cole's rough night being a lesson on owning rookies in fantasy basketball, while Gerald Henderson demonstrates why you shouldn't shun less-exciting veteran players.
Christopher Harris goes over a few of his missed calls from 2010 to learn the lessons contained within.
Eric Karabell looks back at both the team defense and kicker options for the best, the worst and what might lay ahead.
Matthew Berry reveals video footage of his very first Rotisserie baseball draft in 1984, and shares the fantasy -- and life -- lessons he's taken from the Fat Dogs league over the years.
Tristan H. Cockcroft breaks down the latest news around the league, including Joel Pineiro, Octavio Dotel and Miguel Tejada switching teams this offseason.
Matthew Berry lists the players he loves and hates for Week 5 of the NFL season while relaying a life lesson that applies to fantasy football, too.
Eric Karabell says to keep on plugging with slow starters you drafted, because you never know when that monster performance will happen.
Brendan Roberts looks through the NFL Nation Blog Network for fantasy-relevant nuggets, including the recent flap between Clinton Portis and head coach Jim Zorn.
Matthew Berry finds another elaborate way to relate his life with picking up free agents in this Orioles-and-Rockies-intensive edition.
Jason Grey offers up some lessons he learned in scouting, including how he was so wrong on Matt Holliday.