KC Joyner reveals the perfect 10 picks to top fantasy drafts in standard scoring leagues.
KC Joyner looks in-depth at the Baltimore Ravens and their chances at a second consecutive Super Bowl title.
KC Joyner's Week 9 Fantasy Foresight examines what to do with disappointing receivers Calvin Johnson, DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin, and why now might be a good time to trade for Michael Turner.
KC Joyner explains why the Washington Redskins are suddenly contenders in a difficult NFC East.
KC Joyner writes that with the NFL dominated by the passing game, this year presents an elite group of free agent receivers -- but knowing their strengths and weakness will be the key.
ESPN Insider KC Joyner writes that there are eight reasons the New York Giants should be considered strong Super Bowl favorites as the playoffs begin.
With the NFL season nearly wrapped up, KC Joyner notes it's crucial to avoid players who are mailing it in, suggesting a few strong pickups to replace players with 'Short-timers Syndrome.'
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 16 values in fantasy football, including Rex Grossman and Donald Brown.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 15 values in fantasy football, including Demaryius Thomas and Antonio Brown.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 13 values in fantasy football, looking ahead to the fantasy playoffs. He also explains why owners should give up on C.J. Spiller.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 10 values in fantasy football, as well as looking at players with favorable stretch schedules. He also explains why owners shouldn't give up on DeSean Jackson.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 8 values in fantasy football, as well as players you should stash away for later weeks. He also explains why owners should look to pick up Christian Ponder.
KC Joyner analyzes some of the top Week 4 values in fantasy football, including David Nelson and Brandon Pettigrew. He also explains why owners should look to trade Vincent Jackson.
KC Joyner explains why the belief that this is the best era for elite quarterbacks is, in fact, not true. The past five years actually had the fewest elite quarterbacks.
K.C. Joyner writes that there are more than a few reasons to believe Terrell Owens still has a starter's-level worth of gas left in his tank -- as long as he isn't facing Darrelle Revis.
Kevin Mawae, Laveranues Coles, Leonard Little and Daunte Culpepper need to land somewhere before minicamps. Are they good investments? K.C. Joyner dives in, metrically, as only he can.