Jerick McKinnon has found a larger role with the 49ers, but will it lead to Fantasy Football heroics?
Remember when Sammy Watkins had a 1,000-yard, nine-touchdown season? Think he can do it again in K.C.? Dave Richard has his doubts.
Carlos Hyde has been a good Fantasy running back for the past few seasons. Can he keep it going with the evolving Browns?
We were all excited about Derrick Henry's breakout when the Titans cut DeMarco Murray. Does the signing of Dion Lewis put a damper on that?
Is Jimmy Graham back as one of Fantasy's best tight ends? Dave Richard lays out what to expect from the big man with the Packers.
Tired of the Skol chant? Bad news -- Kirk Cousins' arrival in Minnesota should make the team more efficient than it was in 2017.
The Bears' receiving corps got an instant upgrade with Allen Robinson joining the squad. Will he also upgrade your Fantasy team?
We've got another busy NFL offseason ahead of us, and you need to know who might be available. Here are the biggest names to watch in free agency.
The Browns aren't known for their incredible receivers, but that will change with Jarvis Landry coming to town. Here's a look at what we can expect from Landry (and his new teammates) in 2018.
No franchise tag? No problem! Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins figure to be on the move this spring, and Fantasy owners should root for them to land with one of these receiver-needy squads.
Jarvis Landry will become wealthy this spring, but which destination will make his Fantasy owners stat-rich this fall?
Kirk Cousins has been a top-10 Fantasy quarterback for each of the last three years. Where would he have the best chance to extend the streak to four in a row?
Alex Smith is coming off a career year, but is he the quarterback who benefits the most from the Chiefs-Redskins trade?
The Eagles and Patriots will duke it out for the Lombardi Trophy, but here's who will be involved in the game and help you win your league's trophy in 2018.
Still waiting for that grand tight end breakout that's been predicted in each of the last 10 years?! Us too. Dave Richard gets brutally honest over how the position looks in Fantasy.
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.