Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers enters the 2017 season ranked eighth all-time in passing touchdowns (314), tenth in completions (3811) and twelfth in passing yardage (45,833). When all the numbers are in, Rivers might very well have 60,000 passing yards and nearly 400 touchdowns to his credit, which
Washington's offense will feature a few new faces at the skill spots in 2017, plus a new OC. But Kirk Cousins is still at the controls. For now.
Cleveland isn't exactly rich with fantasy resources, but RB Isaiah Crowell is a precious fantasy metal. What other rushers could be statistical gold?
The Kansas City Chiefs have plenty of fun weapons at the skill spots, but (for now) the offense is still led by a thoroughly uninteresting fantasy QB.
The Colts will go as far as Andrew Luck can drag them, both in fantasy and reality. Luck's recovery from shoulder surgery is the story for this team.
The Miami Dolphins provide the fantasy community with a first-round running back and respectable receivers, but the offense is led by a suspect QB.
The Philadelphia Eagles have assembled a terrific 2013 fantasy roster. Can it produce in 2017, with a second-year passer at the controls?
The Vegas haze has lifted and our experts are prepared to discuss results from a recent deep league fantasy auction. Let's review bargain buys and overpays.
The Buffalo Bills have had a dominant run game over the past two seasons, while treating the pass as a last resort. Things should change in 2017.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a terrific rookie RB, an improving defense and quality receivers. But the QB is a problem, both in fantasy and reality.
The Denver Broncos offer a few semi-interesting fantasy pieces, and this team's defense remains elite. But the QB situation is something less than optimal.
Jake Arrieta is trouble. He hasn't made it out of the fifth inning in three of his last four starts. Our gurus assess his rest-of-season value.
The Detroit Lions don't offer any top-of-draft fantasy assets, at least in non-PPR leagues. But this team offers plenty of useful pieces. Let's review...
Cameron Maybin owners have already profited in a big way this season, and we're only at the halfway point. So what's next for the Angels' burner?
Chris Paul and Jimmy Butler have already relocated, and NBA free agency hasn't even started. Our experts discuss the fantasy implications of various moves.
The Vikings offense is led by a QB coming off a season that was both historic and unhelpful. A rookie takes over in the backfield, too. Let's review...
The Bears provide fantasy drafters with a first-round RB, but that only elevates them so far in this index. Chicago is otherwise light on talent.
The Carlos Gomez career has been filled with stops and starts, twists and turns. The Astros thought they were getting a difference maker in the middle of 2015, but Gomez hit so poorly he was released outright a season later. The Rangers have been trying to fix Gomez ever since.
Keon Broxton finds himself in elite company as a power/speed threat. He's one of several recommended adds for needy fantasy managers.
King Felix returns to the Mariners rotation on Friday in a degree-of-difficulty matchup against Houston. Should his fantasy owners rejoice or run away?
Any landing spot for Eric Decker beats remaining with the Jets. Our experts discuss his potential in Tennessee, then review other buzzy NFL topics.