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Fantasy Articles Featuring Adrian Peterson

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Football Draft Kit: Dynasty League Strategy

Building a dynasty is more art than science, but Erik Siegrist shows how following NFL trends can be the crucial ingredient to long-term victory.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Andrew Fiorentino takes a look at the key job battles around the NFL heading into training camp, and wonders whether Jonathan Stewart and Christian McCaffrey will sabotage each other's fantasy value.

Injury Analysis: How Risky is Julio?

Jeff Stotts reviews the medical records of some of the top players in this year's fantasy drafts. How much should fantasy owners worry about Julio Jones' foot injury?

Football Draft Kit: Running Back Renaissance?

Jerry Donabedian investigates what happened last season when running backs unexpectedly reasserted their fantasy dominance. Hint: the reasons are hard to pin down.

NFFC Strategy: Zigzagging to Glory

Vlad Sedler recounts how he zigged when everyone else zagged in the NFFC last season and how going the contrarian route this season might prove fruitful again.

Wide Receiver Keeper Rankings: Joe Bartel Offers Advice for the Long-Term

Davante Adams is poised to have yet another outstanding season in 2017, but what is his keeper ranking heading into a contract year?

Football Draft Kit: 2017 Rookies

John McKechnie analyzes the prospects of this year's top rookies, like Jacksonville's Leonard Fournette, who could be a fantasy factor by Week 1.

Football Draft Kit: Players on the Move

Jim Coventry looks at players who changed teams this offseason and how that might impact their fantasy value. What should we expect from LeGarrette Blount in Philadelphia?

Football Draft Kit: 2017 Breakout Players

Jerry Donabedian highlights players like Tampa Bay's Jameis Winston who could be in store for a breakout season this year.

Football Draft Kit: 2017 Sleepers & Busts

We polled out football writers for their favorite undervalued and overvalued players as we head into the 2017 season. Is Miami's DeVante Parker poised to outperform his ADP?

Running Back Keeper Rankings: Joe Bartel Offers Advice for the Long-Term

Johnson, Bell or Elliott? Which RB has the most long-term keeper value?

NFL Draft: Day 2 Fantasy Recap

Dalvin Cook and Joe Mixon fell to the second round of the 2017 draft, but both players are clearly the most talented running backs on their NFL teams.

NFL Free Agency: The Third Wave

Jim Coventry highlights the latest free-agent moves, including Latavius Murray's move to Minnesota where he'll experience a downgrade in offensive lines from his time in Oakland.

NFL Injury Analysis: Who Will Be Healthy for 2017?

In his final column of the season, Jeff Stotts looks at star players who may have lingering health issues going into the 2017 season, including Adrian Peterson, who may have played his last game in Minnesota.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 17

Erik Siegrist looks at the regular season's final games, including an NFC North title clash that features Matthew Stafford and the Lions hosting the Packers.

Weekly Rankings: Week 17 Value Meter

We'll do our best to sort out the morass that is the projected playing time picture this week. The Steelers are candidates to bench all of their significant starters this week.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 16

Andrew Fiorentino sifts through the wreckage of a weekend filled with key injuries and late benchings, but expects Antonio Gates to remain a constant for the Chargers in Week 17 in what could be the final game of his career.

East Coast Offense: Top-20 Players for 2017

Odell Beckham, who turned 24 in November, edges out Antonio Brown, who will be 29 in July, for the top spot at the wide receiver position.

Week 16 Reactions: Running Backs are Back

LeGarrette Blount has 17 rushing touchdowns this season after scoring twice against the Jets on Saturday, and he is one of a number of running backs breaking preseason expectations this year.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night showdown between the Cowboys and Lions, with rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott expected to continue to shine.

Weekly Rankings: Week 16 Value Meter

Championship Week! After what appeared to be two dreadful quarterback weeks, the matchups appear to look better this week.

NFL Injury Analysis: Patrolling the Waiver Wire

If you’ve made it this far in your fantasy league, Jeff Stotts suggests studying the waiver wires for healthy, reliable options to secure a league victory. He also breaks down this week’s most notable injuries.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 15

Andrew Fiorentino finds a few silver linings among all the cloudy fantasy pictures heading into most leagues' championship week, including Ty Montgomery cementing his place as the Packers' lead back.

East Coast Offense: Trust the Process

Chris Liss explains why he started Adrian Peterson last week in a high-stakes playoff contest and re-defines the notion of

Week 15 Reactions: Regrets All Day

Adrian Peterson's return from injury left plenty of lineup dilemmas for fantasy owners, with those who decided to start him regretting it almost immediately.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night matchup as the Redskins look to keep their playoff hopes alive against the visiting Panthers.

Weekly Rankings: Week 15 Value Meter

The quarterback rankings are a potential quagmire again, with many of the top options facing great defenses and/or weather concerns.

East Coast Offense: Le'Veon Bell's Historic Season

Prorated over 16 games, Bell's current pace would destroy Chris Johnson's single-season yards-from-scrimmage record and Matt Forte's RB receptions record too.

Weekly Rankings: Week 14 Value Meter

Bye weeks are over, and in many cases the playoffs are starting. Will Mike Evans bounce back this week with a nice home matchup against the Saints?

Weekly Rankings: Week 13 Value Meter

Last week there were too many cooks in New Orleans' fine restaurants, leaving not enough room for Brandin Cooks to dine. Will that change this week against Detroit?