It wouldn't be Fantasy Football if it wasn't for injuries. Let's look at the main issues going into Week 3 and what they mean for your rosters.
Need help selecting a starter? Dave Richard lends his analysis and confidence to help you choose the best Week 3 lineup possible.
The running back position is in flux after an injury-ravaged Week 2. Dave Richard highlights four running backs to grab via trade this week.
It wouldn't be Fantasy Football if it wasn't for injuries. Let's look at the main issues going into Week 2 and what they mean for your rosters.
Need help selecting a starter? Dave Richard lends his analysis and confidence to help you choose the best Week 2 lineup possible.
Freaking out over a receiver under-delivering or getting injured? Dave Richard highlights four pass-catchers to target in trade.
Keenan Allen's season-ending injury is terrible, but Fantasy owners must move forward. Here are some receivers to target off waivers and via trade.
Injuries are already causing problems -- and it's just Week 1! Here's a look at the biggest issues facing Fantasy Football owners along with some replacement options.
The Seahawks run game has changed quite a bit since Marshawn Lynch hung up his cleats. Who is the running back to trust in Week 1 versus Miami?
Need help selecting a starter? Dave Richard lends his analysis and confidence to help you choose the best Week 1 lineup possible.
Just because the season hasn't started doesn't mean you can't make deals. Dave Richard checks out two running backs who could help your team now.
After the release of Justin Forsett, our Dave Richard says Terrance West and Kenneth Dixon look like the short- and long-term answers at running back this season.
Even though Andy Reid admitted he's not quite ready to play, Jamaal Charles is still worth targeting in Fantasy Football drafts and trades.
Whether you're going to pick up running backs with early picks or later picks (or both), Dave Richard's running back tiers will guide you toward a successful draft.
Wide receivers have gained popularity in Fantasy drafts, but if you don't know where to expect to draft them, you're at a disadvantage.
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.