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Siegel the Seer: Updated first round mock

Jesse Siegel returns with a new first round projection, with post-free agency adjustments made.

Three-Round Mock: Post-Free Agency Analysis

Team draft needs are more clear now that many free agents have changed teams, and this article takes a long look at where the rookies fit at this point

Free Agency Overview: Key NFL Signings And Their Implications

Ben Tate will see plenty of work in Cleveland if he can stay healthy.

Siegel the Seer: Three-Round Mock

This three-round projection includes several fresh suggestions, including the possibility of Auburn RB Tre Mason landing in the first round.

Fresh Perspective Two Round Mock: Teddy at the Top

Nick Gray's second mock brings an expanded an altered look at the top of the draft, but Teddy Bridgewater remains at the top.

According to the Data: BCS vs. non-BCS for Fantasy

Non-BCS running backs like Matt Forte have excelled for fantasy owners.

Fresh Perspective Mock: Wave of Wideouts

The 2014 draft is believed to be one of the strongest WR classes in recent memory. Luke Hoover calls for six in the first round.

Arcanum Cannon Mock: New 1st Round Projection

RotoWire NFL beat writer and Ohio legend Clay Link puts together his first mock of the draft season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Team Draft Needs

The Bucs will look to complement elite talent with better balance throughout the roster

Mock 3.0: Run on RBs in the 2nd Round

Ka'Deem Carey ran for 3,814 yards and scored 44 total TDs in his final two years at Arizona. Which NFL team will he play for in 2014?

Mock 2.0: Patriots Locked On to ASJ?

Jace Amaro and Eric Ebron should go early, so New England's only Gronk Insurance might be Austin Seferian-Jenkins in the late 1st round.

NFL Mock Draft: Brett Hundley is a Wild Card In the Top 10

If Brett Hundley and Blake Bortles enter the draft, at least five quarterbacks should go in the first round.

Coffin Corner: The Perfect 2013 Draft

If you drafted Alshon Jeffery around his ninth round ADP in the NFFC, you won the round. Ray Flowers breaks down what might have been the perfect draft this year in his final RotoWire column.

Game Capsules: Scouting the Season Finales

Can Kyle Orton sneak the Cowboys past Philly?

Run 'N' Shoot: The greatest single season in sports history?

If the Broncos win it all, isn't Peyton in that conversation?

Weekly Rankings: Week 17 Value Meter

Drew Brees is one of the many leading fantasy players still left with something to play for in Week 17.

On Target: Garcon Makes the Quarterback

Pierre Garcon has not missed a beat since the move to Kirk Cousins at quarterback for the Redskins, proving he can be elite regardless of who is under center.

Game Capsules: Week 16 Previews

Bears, Eagles Look to Lock Up their Divisions on Sunday Night

According to the Data: Using Numbers to Predict WR Breakouts

How to spot the next Alshon Jeffery

On Target: The Wright Choice

Kendall Wright is blossoming late in the season, and with two favorable matchups to close out the year, there should be plenty more to come.

Weekly Rankings: Week 16 Value Meter

Jamaal Charles is coming off one of the all-time great fantasy games and tops our flex rankings this week with another great matchup against the Colts.

Depth Chart Watch: Toppled Giant

Has Victory Cruz played his last game of 2013? Sure seems like it, as he's dealing with a knee sprain and a concussion.

On Target: Ravens Role Reversal

A Monday night matchup with Detroit practically makes Torrey Smith a must-start, but his target percentage is trending downward.

Coffin Corner: Surging and Injured

Jerricho Cotchery has scored in five of the last six weeks, but Ray Flowers recommends not starting him this week.

Game Capsules: Week 15 Previews

Peyton Manning's assault on the record book continues on Thursday night.

Weekly Rankings: Week 15 Value Meter

Neither rain, nor snow, nor the Detroit Lions can stop Shady McCoy, who draws Minnesota, Chicago and Dallas to finish the season.

Game Capsules: Week 14 Previews

One of the league's best offenses faces what might be the NFL's best D on Sunday night.

On Target: Fewer Targets for Davis?

With the return of Michael Crabtree and the already solid rapport between Colin Kaepernick and Anquan Boldin, Vernon Davis could see his targets suffer a bit down the stretch.

East Coast Offense: Is Brandon Weeden Ideal for Josh Gordon?

Having a better real-life quarterback doesn't always help receivers produce in fantasy football.

Weekly Rankings: Week 14 Value Meter

Is Josh Gordon truly quarterback-proof? We might just find out this week.