There's no question the Seattle Seahawks ended the 2013 season with the league's most dominant secondary. But the New England Patriots look poised to steal that title from them in 2014.
There are four main reasons why the Philadelphia Eagles won't miss leading receiver DeSean Jackson during the 2014 NFL season. KC Joyner explains.
KC Joyner details why Jairus Byrd will have a bigger impact on the New Orleans defense than Darrelle Revis will with the New England Patriots.
KC Joyner examines the early returns out of New England and sees a number of issues that could portend a fall for the Patriots.
KC Joyner writes why fantasy owners should keep, trade or bench underperforming quarterbacks such as Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson.
KC Joyner explains why the Miami Dolphins can challenge the New England Patriots for the AFC East crown this season.
KC Joyner identifies five TEs who are being overvalued in fantasy football leagues this season, including Minnesota's Kyle Rudolph.
KC Joyner identifies 10 RBs who are being overvalued in fantasy football leagues this season, including Baltimore's Ray Rice.
KC Joyner identifies 10 QBs that are being overvalued in fantasy football leagues this season, including Tom Brady.
KC Joyner examines the top five undervalued tight ends in fantasy this season.
KC Joyner examines the top 10 undervalued fantasy quarterbacks this season, including Robert Griffin III.
KC Joyner explains why Tom Brady will decline as a fantasy football QB this season and not rank in the top five.
KC Joyner looks in-depth at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and explains why they could be a playoff team after upgrades this offseason.
KC Joyner examines the best and worst run-blocking units in the NFL and assesses the fantasy implications for each team. The Buffalo Bills led the league last season.
Now that Wes Welker is testing the free-agency market, KC Joyner looks at five fits for the wide receiver.
KC Joyner offers a couple fits for Mike Wallace in free agency and explains why he struggled last season in Pittsburgh.