Does the tight end world still revolve around Rob Gronkowski? Injuries have changed things a bit, our Dave Richard says in his first look at the position.
Do shifting league-wide trends make it less important to grab an elite wide receiver this season? Dave Richard takes a look at what Fantasy owners should expect for the position.
David Johnson, Le'Veon Bell and Ezekiel Elliot are in a tier of their own this season. After that, things get more interesting in this first look at the position.
Quarterback is deeper than ever, but who really stands out? Dave Richard breaks down the landscape in his first edition of tiers for the position.
The season didn't quite end the way they hoped it would, but the 2016 Falcons' journey was a heck o a ride for Fantasy players. And the whole gang is back together, which should make you very happy.
A team built around Blake Bortles' arm alone can't win. We know this by now. But, with top pick Leonard Fournette set to take some pressure off, the Jaguars could be a sneaky team for Fantasy players to target.
The Lions might talk about running the ball more, but the offense will only go as far as the passing game goes, which is where Fantasy players want to be.
The Packers invested in their running game, but they'll only go as far as Aaron Rodgers takes them. Lucky for them -- and Fantasy players -- Rodgers can take you pretty far on his own.
If you're cool with the likes of Mike Evans, Melvin Gordon or LeSean McCoy with your first-round pick, then choosing at eighth overall could be a dream.
There are three elite-level running backs who will go early in Fantasy drafts. Simple math tells us that whoever gets the No. 2 overall pick is guaranteed one of them.
The Panthers haven't been known for their inventiveness on offense, but some key additions this offseason could change that, and help Cam Newton bounceback from a rough season. But it might not be enough to save his Fantasy value.
Joe Flacco isn't an elite passer, and he doesn't have enough weapons around him these days to get excited about. The Ravens shouldn't be a team Fantasy players get excited about this season.
Think the Saints will miss Brandin Cooks? This offense has weathered bigger losses, and as long as Drew Brees is here, they should continue to put up tons of points.
There aren't many surprises in store with Pittsburgh's offense this season, and that's a good thing, given how good we know Ben Roethlisberger and company can be.
We know DeAndre Hopkins can ball. What we found out last season is, he can't do it all. The Texans' Fantasy outlook depends on getting better QB player this season.
Dave Richard has spent nearly his entire career covering the National Football League. Beginning with NFL.com at the boom of the Internet, Richard was that site's first Fantasy Football writer before transitioning to CBS Sports in 2006. Since then he's crunched the numbers, studied the film, developed tiers and trade charts, previewed every NFL game, talked to the decision makers, spoken on the radio, appeared on live television, earned multiple honors and watched a lot of football. And he's done it with one goal in mind: to help you win your league.