Here's our first Roto mock draft for the 2015-16 Fantasy basketball season.
Chris Towers doubles down on five previous predictions, and looks for five other players he is avoiding at their current draft position.
If you drafted Andrew Luck in the first round of your Fantasy league, you're probably on the verge of panicking. Chris Towers says all you need is a little patience.
Chris Towers takes a look at the most relevant playing time data from NFL Week 4.
Heath Cummings and Chris Towers debate Andy Dalton's chances of finishing the season as a top-five Fantasy QB.
Chris Towers takes a look at the most intriguing battles for playing time in the NBA heading into the season.
Rankings can only tell you so much about where a player should be drafted, so take a look at which tiers players fall in heading into your draft.
Chris Towers takes a look at the hottest storylines in Fantasy football, and either feeds the flames or douses them.
This is a tough week for streaming options, but Chris Towers says you can still find value among the bottom feeders in Week 5.
Chris Towers takes a look at 10 disappointing early-round picks to see if Fantasy owners should be panicking at the quarter mark of the season.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist wasn't likely to make a huge impact for Fantasy this season, but his absence still leaves big questions for the Hornets.
Drew Brees and Andrew Luck are the big-name quarterbacks whose injuries highlight the injury report for Week 4, a week that could start to decide which direction your Fantasy season takes.
How much does Michael Vick hurt Le'Veon Bell? Trade Carson Palmer or Peyton Manning? These are just some of the tough questions facing Fantasy owners heading into Week 4, and our Chris Towers provides answers.
A number of blowouts around the league skewed playing time numbers, but Chris Towers still thinks there's plenty to be gleaned from the snap count numbers.
The DST streaming options look much more promising in Week 4, so Fantasy owners should have no trouble finding a reliable option for this weekend.
Though he can be found covering three different sports depending on the time of year, there is one unifying theme in how Chris Towers approaches sports; "Where's the evidence?" It doesn't matter how outlandish your claim is, as long as you can back it up with solid, concrete evidence, he's on board. Expect to see a lot of numbers with funny acronyms in his writing, whether it is about the NFL, MLB or NBA. Follow Chris @CTowersCBS