Johnny Manziel still has a ways to go. But his performance against the Titans proved that he's ready to start for the Browns now.
If you don't need immediate help for your Fantasy football team, Chris Towers has some low-ownership players worth stashing on your bench.
The Jets head into Week 2 feeling good after a convincing season-opening win. The Colts, however, stumbled in Buffalo and look to bounce back -- something Andrew Luck has proven he's very good at doing. Here are five stats to know.
Which players who stunk in Week 1 will bounce back in Week 2? Dave Richard's Cheat Sheet will hardwire you into everyone worth starting.
Dave Richard likes a lot of players from the Eagles, Broncos and Colts, but that opening game of the year should be great for Fantasy owners. Here's our Week 1 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.
You're finished drafting and it's time to put that team of yours to work. But who gets those coveted starting spots? Our Jamey Eisenberg says Jonathan Stewart is worth trusting in his Week 1 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
Every week of Fantasy Football season brings new challenges, and the first is no exception. Scott White addresses Le'Veon Bell's suspension, Alshon Jeffery's injury and the Cowboys' backfield uncertainty.
We don't usually advocate overreacting to one week, but the opener can be an exception this season, Chris Towers says.
Dave Richard found a bunch of players -- including two tight ends -- worth stashing to start the season. You should be able to find them all in your leagues.
Jamey Eisenberg looks at the results of 12 drafts he did with users since the start of training camp with #iwannamock. The results are interesting based on when each draft happened.

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