Christopher Harris recaps the most noteworthy Day 2 free-agent signings from a fantasy perspective.
Christopher Harris reviews Week 5's action, including a number of unsung wideouts coming up big.
Christopher Harris looks at Week 2's notable performers, including plenty of top stars, such as Ray Rice, Maurice Jones-Drew and Andre Johnson injured, as well as Michael Vick and Aaron Rodgers shining.
Christopher Harris recaps the biggest fantasy-worthy signings from the first day of free agency and breaks down the Anquan Boldin trade.
Christopher Harris reviews some of his best calls and some of the top performances from 2012 and looks ahead to top values in 2013.
Christopher Harris previews Week 15's action, including recommendations for Stevan Ridley, Tony Romo and Cam Newton and how fantasy owners should handle playoff injury question marks.
Christopher Harris breaks down Week 12's action, including some disappointing efforts from fill-in running backs, Julio Jones' big day, the return of Beanie Wells and what to make of Colin Kaepernick.
Christopher Harris breaks down Sunday's Week 7 action, and explains why you don't give up on big-time talents in fantasy, like Chris Johnson and Darren McFadden.
Christopher Harris discusses the top NFL free agents and their potential stock for the 2012 season, depending on where they land.
Christopher Harris looks at how a number of playoff-bound teams will handle playing time for their fantasy stars in Week 17.
Christopher Harris looks at some of his best bets and shaky stars heading into Week 16 of the football season.
Christopher Harris previews the wide receivers for the 2011 fantasy football season, noting that there is a lot of talent at the top, but it might be worth waiting on drafting a wideout.
Christopher Harris goes over a few of his missed calls from 2010 to learn the lessons contained within.
Christopher Harris' definitive list of must-have players for fantasy football leagues.
Christopher Harris explores the effect of Willie Colon's injury on the fantasy value of the Pittsburgh Steelers' skill-position players.
Christopher Harris highlights and discusses a wide variety of players who will perform better or worse than their draft position suggests.