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.
Baltimore is where the relationship between fantasy and reality breaks down. The Ravens will contend, but the roster lacks upper-tier skill players.
The Los Angeles Rams were an absolute fantasy plague last season. Can Todd Gurley bounce back? Can Jared Goff achieve competence? Let's review.
Cleveland may have finished 1-15 last season, but the team's roster is plenty interesting. The Browns have stockpiled potential fantasy assets. Let's review.
Scooter Gennett entered Tuesday's action in a 1-for-19 slump. It's safe to say his slide has stopped, but should fantasy owners care?
The New York Jets will enter the 2017 season with low expectations and an unfortunate collection of quarterbacks. Fantasy owners, beware.
Andy Behrens and Dalton Del Don discuss a post Mike Trout world, Robbie Ray's breakout and the latest on injured pitchers like Felix Hernandez.
Derek Fisher had a big spring for Houston, and he's been mauling the pitchers of the PCL. Whenever he arrives, he'll bring a fantasy-friendly skill set.
We may have identified the most thoroughly injured fantasy baseball roster in history, and it belongs to an expert. Fred Zinkie joins the pod to discuss.
Joe Ross shut down the Mariners on Tuesday in his return to the Nats' rotation, and fantasy owners should consider reinvesting in the young righty.
LeGarrette Blount was never gonna repeat his ridiculous 2016 fantasy line. But he found a home where he can retain early-round value.
There was a time when PPR seemed like a necessary fix to a fantasy problem. But that time is over, gamers. Give first down scoring a try.
Jose Berrios is headed back to the big leagues for a weekend start, and our experts are trying so hard to forget his brutal 2016.
Anthony Rizzo will likely have eligibility at second base by mid-season, gamers. It's happening.