1498676880
After starting his team at No. 1 overall in PPR with Le'Veon Bell and Todd Gurley, Jamey Eisenberg shows you that quality receivers will still be available in Round 3 with Demaryius Thomas, Larry Fitzgerald, Jamison Crowder and Jeremy Maclin.
1498676760
Unlike the obvious decision in a standard draft, the No. 3 pick is more interesting in the PPR format, Heath Cummings says .
1498676580
The No. 6 pick is Heath Cummings' favorite pick in the draft and he loves this team after starting with Odell Beckham and Doug Baldwin.
1498676520
Starting your PPR team with A.J. Green, Rob Gronkowski and Jarvis Landry is fantastic, but where are the running backs? Jamey Eisenberg shows you that waiting on running back pays off with his team at No. 7 overall.
1498504020
The receiver class of 2015 is led by Amari Cooper, but Jamey Eisenberg also looks at potential breakout candidates Jamison Crowder, Willie Snead and DeVante Parker, among others, who could thrive in their third year in the NFL.
1498242540
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.
1498178246
Russell Wilson and new Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy are looking to rebound in 2017 after a down year in 2016. Fantasy owners should be excited about both players, as well as Doug Baldwin and Jimmy Graham.
1498171740
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.
1498169220
After your choice at No. 1 overall, which is likely Le'Veon Bell, David Johnson or Ezekiel Elliott, your toughest decision could be what to do at the Round 2-3 turn. Jamey Eisenberg shows you what he did with his team at No. 1 overall.
1498167300
The top three overall in a standard league are pretty clear to Heath Cummings, but he says things get a lot more interesting after that.
 

Biggest Stories

Latest