Fantasy owners are already looking ahead to the 2016 season, and Jamey EIsenberg is here to answer your questions with his weekly #fantasymail column.
Marshawn Lynch plans to retire, which is bad news for Fantasy owners, but Jamey Eisenberg says the Seahawks have a quality replacement option ready to go in Thomas Rawls.
Cam Newton had a bad performance in Super Bowl 50, but he will still enter the 2016 season as the No. 1 Fantasy quarterback in the majority of leagues.
Calvin Johnson has decided to retire, and Jamey Eisenberg looks back on his career while also taking a look at the Lions without him. Golden Tate's Fantasy value goes up, but Matthew Stafford's does not.
Super Bowl 50 is set with the Broncos and Panthers, but we still have players to review from the AFC and NFC Championship Games. Jamey Eisenberg breaks it all down with his weekly playoff stock watch.
We're down to the NFL's championship games, and finding the right players for your FanDuel lineup is tough. Jamey Eisenberg gives you his best options for this week.
Jamey Eisenberg looks at the Fantasy value for all the players from the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Julian Edelman and C.J. Anderson saw their stock rise, while Marshawn Lynch continues to fall.
The Cardinals have a chance to put up points against the Packers in the Divisional Round, and Jamey Eisenberg says Carson Palmer and his receivers are good plays on FanDuel.
Win percentage data from CBS Sports Fantasy leagues in 2015 shows how to build your Fantasy Football team heading into 2016. Jamey Eisenberg breaks it all down.
We just finished the Wild Card round of the playoffs and Jamey Eisenberg looks at who helped or hurt their Fantasy value heading into 2016 with his postseason stock watch.
Jamey Eisenberg did his first mock draft of 2016 with a group of high school kids, and the results are quite interesting given the format of this 10-team league.
The 2015 regular season is over, but Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard are already looking ahead to 2016. Here's their first take at what the first round could look like in next year's Fantasy Football draft.
It's Week 17, so playing on FanDuel could be the only way to get your Fantasy fix. And Jamey Eisenberg says using elite receivers and the Giants could lead to a big reward.
Week 17 still matters to many NFL teams and Jamey Eisenberg says in this edition of Start 'Em and Sit 'Em that's a good thing for Fantasy owners who still play into the final week of the regular season.
It's always a challenge if you play into Week 17, but Jamey Eisenberg says don't fret because there are guys who can help you in the final week of the regular season.
Jamey Eisenberg has been a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBS Sports since 2006 with a focus on Fantasy Football. A University of Florida grad (class of '98), Jamey got his start in the newspaper business and was a staff writer at the Palm Beach Post, where he covered the Dolphins, Heat and Marlins. Jamey has learned about the finer points of football from legendary coaches such as Steve Spurrier, Jimmy Johnson and Don Shula. As for his Fantasy history, Jamey has won multiple Fantasy Football, Basketball and Baseball leagues. And Jamey has been recognized by Fantasy Pros as having among the most accurate Fantasy Football Draft rankings since the site started tracking experts in 2010. Follow Jamey @jameyeisenberg