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.
The fantasy staff selects the most valuable player on each NFL team for the 2010 season, defined as the player who provided the best combination of value and performance.
The fantasy staff selects the most valuable player on each NFL team, defined as the player who provided the best combination of value and performance.
LeBron James is the fantasy MVP and Brook Lopez is the fantasy ROY, among other awards handed out by Brian McKitish.
Eric Karabell discusses point guards who shoot it well, like Steve Nash has for years.
Pete Becker offers his reasons for why he dealt Jose Reyes for Albert Pujols.
Pete Becker lauds Jose Reyes as the top fantasy player.
Christopher Harris lists 10 players of great importance for the 2013 fantasy football season.
Tristan H. Cockcroft highlights the most consistent performers in IDP formats from the 2012 season.
Eric Karabell looks at the issue with Justin Upton's curiously low RBI totals in relation to his tremendous home run totals.
Eric Karabell has the fantasy-relevant notes from Tuesday's games, including his thoughts on hot-hitting Braves infielders Juan Francisco and Chris Johnson.
Eric Karabell lists players he likes more than most do in fantasy drafts this season, including Ryan Howard, Bryce Harper and Eric Hosmer.
AJ Mass breaks down Mike Trout from a statistical perspective and concludes that the Angels youngster should be the top-ranked player in fantasy.
Mike Sheets explains why slugger Albert Pujols isn't the safe top-10 fantasy option most owners think he is.
Tom Carpenter recaps Sunday in the NBA, and discusses the impact of the ankle injury that will keep Tony Parker out for a month.
Eric Karabell lays out his top 10 fantasy MVP candidates for 2012, ranking studs such as Adrian Peterson, Alfred Morris, Peyton Manning and Brandon Marshall.