Ben Watson has managed to have a long, and decently productive, career in the NFL -- now on his 4th team and 13th season. Off a season with career-high numbers in both receptions (74) and yards (825) can Watson keep it going as a Raven? Chris Spooner dives deep on Watson's fantasy outlook.
The Saints let Khiry Robinson, as he joins Chris Ivory as a former Saints' back who will take their talents to play for the Jets.
Fresh off his first 1,000-yard NFL season -- plus a career-best 30 receptions -- Chris Ivory takes his talents due south, a new puzzle piece for the up-and-coming Jacksonville Jaguar offense, forming a 1-2 punch with T.J. Yeldon -- but as Luke Grilli says, likely another dreaded fantasy RBBC is in store.
First with the Titans, and then with the Rams, we have heard this hype train before -- could this really be the year for Jared Cook?
One of game's recent fantasy elite, heads on after eight exceptional seasons of Chicago to join the Jets -- entering his Age 30 season, can the good time continue?
After spending four years paying his dues in Cleveland, Travis Benjamin is packing his bags and heading to the West Coast. Benjamin found himself as the top speed Wide Receiver available in a very lackluster Free Agency class -- with a 4-year, $24M deal from the Chargers how will Benjamin contribute to fantasy teams? Julius Jasper breaks it down!
It's been a wild ride for RG3 - from prize Rookie of the Year, to being released and finding his way to Cleveland. Is it possible that RG3 can regain fantasy relevance? Patrick Anderson breaks it down.
Now on his third team in as many years, new Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace now finds himself hoping that the 2016 NFL season is a redemption story. Wallace has a poor man’s Ben Roethlisberger in Joe Flacco as his quarterback, and if Wallace is ever going to get back to the wide receiver everyone thought he would become, the time is now.
DFW's Alan Satterlee competed in the 2016 Fantasy Index Experts Mock Draft (to be featured in the magazine which hits the shelves in July ) -- click here for a recap!
Houston was willing to break the bank for Brock Osweiler’s service, signing him to a 4-year $72 million contract. Can he be an elite fantasy QB? One thing working in his favor is DeAndre Hopkins, plus Houston has brought in a ton of new offensive talent. Luke Grilli breaks this one down.