Peyton Manning won't be the No. 1 fantasy football quarterback in 2014 -- that title belongs to Drew Brees, writes KC Joyner.
Six players are being undervalued in fantasy keeper leagues, according to KC Joyner, who suggests targeting Jay Cutler among a handful of other long-term bargains.
KC Joyner explores why the Green Bay Packers can still win despite Aaron Rodgers' injury. A strong running game will lead the way.
Despite the Packers' rash of receiver injuries, KC Joyner writes that Green Bay's offense shouldn't miss a beat given Aaron Rodgers' top form and the team's improving ground game.
KC Joyner breaks down the most undervalued wide receivers in fantasy football this year.
KC Joyner examines the top 10 undervalued fantasy quarterbacks this season, including Robert Griffin III.
KC Joyner examines Reggie Bush's fantasy value and determines that he could be the most undervalued player in fantasy this season.
KC Joyner analyzes which top wide receivers will gain the biggest fantasy scoring advantage from their teams' schedules.
KC Joyner explains why elite mobility is not as large an asset as you'd assume in fantasy football.
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 breaks down the top potential value picks for the 2013 NFL draft, including UCLA RB Johnathan Franklin.
KC Joyner gives five reasons the Green Bay Packers could have an elite defense in 2012.
KC Joyner takes a look at the Tennessee Volunteers, a team that has struggled the past few years after a two-decade stretch of good results. Joyner thinks the Vols can crack the Top 25 again in 2012.
KC Joyner offers up five breakout candidates in fantasy football for 2012.
KC Joyner writes that unlike in past seasons, the SEC could produce several top quarterback-receiver tandems in 2012. Here is a look at the top three, and a pair of honorable mentions.
In ESPN The Magazine, KC Joyner writes that NFL quarterbacks are already breaking records left and right, long and short. But they're just getting started.