We hate that Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell is suspended for the first four games of the season, but Jamey Eisenberg says he's now a great value pick as part of this week's #fantasymail.
Lamar Miller should be in line for a big boost going to the Texans, who have a good history of running the ball under Bill O'Brien. Jamey Eisenberg says that sets up Miller for a career season.
It appears that Tom Brady will be suspended for the first four games of the season. Jamey Eisenberg looks at the Patriots outlook for that time and answers your questions in this week's #fantasymail.
Fantasy owners will likely debate Corey Coleman and Sterling Shepard as the No. 1 rookie receiver this year. For Jamey Eisenberg, the choice is clearly Shepard.
Cam Newton was the No. 1 Fantasy QB in 2015 and is being drafted as the first QB off the board. Jamey Eisenberg says that's a mistake because Aaron Rodgers will be the top QB in 2016.
Andrew Luck and Doug Baldwin got contract extensions this week. Jamey Eisenberg checks in on their Fantasy status for this season and answers your questions in this edition of #fantasymail.
How 'bout them Cowboys? You may be looking at Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott at the back end of Round 1, and Jamey Eisenberg says don't be afraid to go all in on them in any league.
Fantasy owners are going to draft WR-WR whenever possible this year, especially toward the end of Round 1. Jamey Eisenberg did that here at No. 9 overall with A.J. Green and Allen Robinson.
Todd Gurley wasn't a great receiver out of the backfield as a rookie in 2015, but Jamey Eisenberg still took him at No. 7 overall in our PPR pick-by-pick series and built a solid team around him.
You can't overlook running backs in the first round of a PPR league, and at No. 5 overall in our pick-by-pick series is when Jamey Eisenberg pulled the trigger on Le'Veon Bell.
Picking No. 3 overall in PPR guarantees you a stud WR from Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham or Julio Jones. Jamey Eisenberg started his team with Jones and built from there.
It's our annual pick-by-pick series where Dave Richard and I look at how to select your team when you draft at a specific spot in the first round. At No. 1 overall in PPR, the easy choice is Antonio Brown.
What's the best way to handle the last pick in the first round? Jamey Eisenberg gives you an outline to follow for your Fantasy team from the No. 12 overall spot.
It's easy to give up on players who are coming off a bad season, but Jamey Eisenberg says don't look at what happened in 2015 and instead focus on the future. He did that here at No. 10 overall.
When Ezekiel Elliott comes off the board in the first round will be a topic for many Fantasy owners this season. Jamey Eisenberg says the rookie is worth drafting in the Top 10, and he drafted him at No. 8.
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.