Andrew Fiorentino tallies up the injuries and demotions that have lain waste to depth charts across the league, but Thomas Rawls' big performance should ensure he remains the lead dog in Seattle's backfield.
Andrew Fiorentino details another week of lineup shakeups, including Andrew Luck's status for Thursday's game looking seriously questionable due to a concussion, meaning Scott Tolzien may take the reins for Indy.
Andrew Fiorentino reviews a hectic week of injuries, trades and surprising resurgences, but even with Arian Foster healthy he doesn't expect Jay Ajayi to relinquish the starting RB spot in Miami any time soon.
The Flyers' Claude Giroux is still looking for his first goal of the year, and he has an intriguing opportunity to net it Tuesday against a Blackhawks team that's been awful on the penalty kill so far.
Devonta Freeman exploded out of the gate last year, but late-season struggles and Tevin Coleman's improvement could create a time-share in Atlanta. Andrew Fiorentino breaks down all the summer job battles.
Charlie Coyle has seen an uptick offensively since the Wild changed coaches, and premier minutes mean he could do a lot of damage (in a good way) for fantasy owners who pluck the widely available winger off waivers.
Andrew Fiorentino gives some love to Hockey Hall of Fame inductees Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Federov while taking a look at Tuesday's slate and remarking on the amazing play of Habs backup Mike Condon.
Martin St. Louis, Tyler Bozak, Chris Kunitz and other NHL stars went undrafted. Will any of the undrafted signees tearing their way through college and juniors this year end up starring at hockey's highest level?
There's long-term fantasy value to be found among those players who've been labeled washouts, wannabes and never-weres Andrew Fiorentino helps you mine the Olympic rosters as well as the minors and juniors for fantasy gold.