Chris Carson wasn't on Fantasy radars to open training camp, but he's opened some eyes. Dave Richard looks at the situation in Seattle.
The standout performances from the second week of the preseason -- for better or worse -- involve two quality quarterbacks and a handful of running backs.
Is Kareem Hunt that much better than Spencer Ware? Dave Richard dives into the latest preseason results.
Rex Burkhead looked good, but Mike Gillislee is back at Patriots practice, opening the running back competition in earnest in Foxboro.
If you're into bidding and nominating instead of snaking and waiting, these tips based on our 12-person auction will help set you apart from the rest of your league.
Why wait to draft players when you can shop 'til you drop for them?! Our auction results offer examples of what you might expect to see in your leagues.
After an eye-opening showing against the Titans, a second projection of rookie Christian McCaffrey reveals his value as a top-35 choice on Draft Day.
Blake Bortles isn't the answer in Jacksonville, but neither is Chad Henne. Both will struggle behind a weaker-than-expected O-line, which means trouble for Leonard Fournette and Allen Robinson.
A six-game suspension shouldn't stop you from drafting Ezekiel Elliott in 2017. You just have to know when to go for it and who to draft later on to make it a success.
A Draft Day plan revolving around tight ends?! It might seem a little crazy, but if you pinpoint the tight ends you like and ignore the ones you don't, you can put it together
Sammy Watkins is the new No. 1 receiver in L.A., opening the door for a surprising new No. 1 guy in Buffalo. Plus Robby Anderson and Kenny Golladay stake claims to new spots in the tiers.
Leonard Fournette has a foot issue that has the Jaguars keeping him shelved. It might have hurt his draft stock if we hadn't seen him rumble in preseason action last week.
Andrew Luck's not practicing and his Fantasy Football stock keeps sliding. See how he measures up in the latest version of Dave Richard's Quarterback Tiers.
While Todd Gurley continued to struggle behind a subpar offensive line, Kelvin Benjamin reminded the world of what he's capable of doing.
Kenny Golladay went from unknown to Fantasy sleeper after his two-touchdown game, but he's not the only potential sleeper for Fantasy owners to know about.
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.