Field Yates looks at whether the Seattle Seahawks can win next weekend against the Atlanta Falcons. Seattle's rushing attack will be tough for the Falcons to stop.
Eric Karabell puts the Week 17 fantasy performances from such players as Drew Brees, DeAngelo Williams, Michael Crabtree and Terrelle Pryor in perspective.
KC Joyner's Week 7 Fantasy Foresight examines Marshawn Lynch's upcoming schedule and lack of good blocking as well as selling high on Matthew Stafford and impact of Lardarius Webb's injury.
Eric Karabell discusses the latest risers and fallers in ESPN live drafts.
Eric Karabell discusses the highlights from the 2012 fantasy football summit, including thoughts on Victor Cruz, Robert Griffin III, Adrian Peterson and others.
Eric Karabell reviews the 2011 fantasy season among running backs and provides his early 2012 rankings at the position.
Eric Karabell analyzes this week's rankings decisions, including his lower-than-expected ranking for Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and his thoughts on the Chiefs' offense.
Eric Karabell examines -- and ranks -- his top candidates for 2011 fantasy football MVP, as of Week 15, discussing such players as Aaron Rodgers, LeSean McCoy, Cam Newton and Rob Gronkowski.
Eric Karabell digs into some deeper stats from ESPN's Stats & Information to help make lineup decisions for this week and beyond.
Eric Karabell updates his 2011 fantasy rankings, by position and overall, moving up hot hands such as Jordy Nelson and Marshawn Lynch significantly since his last set of ranks.
Eric Karabell looks back at Sunday's action and offers his thoughts on Roy Helu's breakout performance, the Broncos' big offensive showing, Marshawn Lynch and more.
Eric Karabell looks at Seattle Seahawks running backs Marshawn Lynch, Justin Forsett and Leon Washington to determine their true fantasy draft value.
Eric Karabell takes a closer look at the Seahawks offense, including Zach Miller's value after signing with the team.
Football Outsiders examines where the Seattle Seahawks' upset of the New Orleans Saints ranks all time, as well as how Seattle can keep its playoff run alive against Chicago.
Bill Barnwell looks at the best -- Marshawn Lynch, LT, Joe Flacco -- and worst -- most of the Chiefs' offensive players -- from wild-card weekend. In the process, he disputes the notion of Aaron Rodgers as "unclutch."
Gary Horton rolls out 32 divisional-round X factors -- four per team -- on a list that includes John Kuhn, Earl Bennett, Danny Woodhead and Mr. Studly Playoff Run, Marshawn Lynch.