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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

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.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Team Draft Needs

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

Coffin Corner: What Do You See?

Matt Forte leads all RBs in fantasy points over the last four weeks. Ray Flowers takes a snapshot of each position over that timespan in this week's edition.

On Target: Houston, We Have a QB

Case Keenum's arrival under center has meant good things so far for Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson.

Game Capsules: Week 9 Game Previews

No receivers? No problem - Green Bay's offense keeps churning out points.

East Coast Offense: The Collapse of the Running Back Position

C.J. Spiller is one of many early-round busts this year.

Weekly Rankings: Week 9 Value Meter

The wide receivers get really thin really quick this week - with the likes of Megatron, the Denver trio, Fitzgerald and Victor Cruz all on bye. Does Harry Douglas merit a top 10 spot, even with a bad matchup?

Working the Wire: Saints Provide Options

Lance Moore and Kenny Stills are giving Drew Brees, and fantasy owners, more options in the passing game.

Injury Analysis: What's Wrong with Tom Brady?

Two straight sub-par games have rumors flying. Is Brady hiding a hand injury?

On Target: Jackson Cashes In

Vincent Jackson gobbled up 22 targets last week, but is that because of the woeful Bucs offense or in spite of it?

Weekly Rankings: Week 8 Value Meter

With six teams on bye, it's going to get really ugly this week at RB. You will be thrilled to start the likes of Le'Veon Bell in deeper leagues.

On Target: Taking Advantage in SF

San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis is seeing more targets thanks to the reliable double-teams thrown Anquan Boldin's way.

Weekly Rankings: Week 7 Value Meter

A frequent debate when discussing wide receivers is the effect of one top wideout when the team loses another one to injury. This week Jordy Nelson's owners face that dilemma - more targets vs. more attention.

Working the Wire: The Unsexy Pick

Brandon Weeden's not a sexy waiver-wire pick, but he has some fantasy potential for owners in the quarterback market.

Four-Down Duel: Greener Pastures?

Kevin Payne thinks this is the week AJ Green breaks out of his funk, making him a great target in 50/50 and Heads-Up contests on FanDuel.

Game Capsules: Another Big Game for Philip Rivers

The Chargers figure to air it out quite a bit this week against the visiting Colts.

Weekly Rankings: Week 6 Value Meter

Is this the week that Gronk returns? Right now we have a cautious ranking of him, given the uncertainty all around.

On Target: Shorts Stands Tall

Cecil Shorts, the Jaguars' No. 1 offensive threat, should not be thrown off stride too much with the return of Justin Blackmon this week.

On Target: Welcome to the Party

Cleveland's Josh Gordon saw a whopping 19 targets in his return to the field in Week 3, and while that can't be counted on every week, it's a good sign.

Game Capsules: Week Four Previews

The battle of unbeatens gets a primetime slot on Monday Night Football to showcase the up-and-coming Dolphins invading the home of the cagey Saints.

Weekly Rankings: Week 4 Value Meter

Alfred Morris has a potentially juicy matchup against the Raiders in Week 4.

NFL Barometer: Climbing Jet

New York Jets running back Bilal Powell has moved up the depth chart, and is now moving up the cheat sheets thanks to a couple impressive showings the last two weeks.

Working the Wire: Worth A Buc or Two

With two starting receivers gimpy in Tamp Bay, Kevin Ogletree could be a sneaky play this week if he draws the starting assignment.

Depth Chart Watch: C.J. Takes a Spill

C.J. Spiller's injury Sunday is not the only reason Fred Jackson should see increased work in the coming weeks for the Bills.

On Target: Beating the 'Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda' Game

Fantasy owners won't have to second-guess themselves with Cecil Shorts, who should continue to get targets even when the suspended Justin Blackmon returns for Jacksonville.

Weekly Rankings: Week 3 Value Meter

Colin Kaepernick should bounce back with a far better matchup at home against the Colts this week.

On Target: It's Not Just About Targets

While Julian Edelman's target percentage was significantly lower than that of his teammates, he was Tom Brady's No. 1 stud in the red zone in Week 1.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 2

Andy Dalton and the Bengals should thrive against a Steeler team missing star center Maurkice Pouncey.

Weekly Rankings: Week 2 Value Meter

LeSean McCoy thrived in Week 1 in the retooled Eagles offense. He has another favorable matchup this week against the Chargers.