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Fantasy Articles Featuring Julio Jones

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Julio Jones's name.

Siegel the Seer: Updated first round mock

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

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

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

East Coast Offense: The Year of the Outliers

There were a couple big difference makers at each position like Josh Gordon (left). After that, it was a free for all.

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

East Coast Offense: How Good is Joe Flacco?

Separating team and individual success isn't always easy in the NFL.

Survivor: Surviving Week 15

Taking the Chalk

Game Capsules: Week 15 Previews

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

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: Does the Running Game Matter Anymore?

Teams didn't used to lose 24-point leads when their backs ran for 225 yards.

East Coast Offense: Accounting for Surprising RB Performances

Is Donald Brown actually good now, or is he just on the right side of running back BABIP?

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.

East Coast Offense: The Giants' Biggest Weakness

Does Eli Manning have another hot streak in him?

Run 'N' Shoot: The Year of the Injury

This season, a first-round pick turned out to be a 50/50 proposition...

Game Capsules: Week 10 Previews

Can Tampa Bay finally get a W?

NFL Barometer: Rice Stuck In Reverse

Ravens running back Ray Rice has had trouble putting up useful fantasy numbers this season, and things don't look much better moving forward.

Survivor: Fade the Cowboys

Tony Romo and the Cowboys should handle Minnesota at home, but a whopping 60 percent of pools are on them. It's an opportunity you shouldn't pass up.

Beating the Book: Chris Liss Handicaps Week 9

Backing Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers in New England.

Game Capsules: Week 9 Game Previews

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

On Target: Time for Owners to Retire Smith

Steve Smith still sees targets in Carolina, but at 34 and having lost more than a step, is he even worth rostering anymore?

King for a Day: The Red Rifle Is On Target

Andy Dalton is emerging as an elite option at center, making him a bargain buy on DraftKings.

According to the Data: How to Fix Fantasy Football

Losing to a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader who drafted Tom Brady in the first round has got Jonathan Bales thinking about how to improve the game.

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?

Depth Chart Watch: Battered Ram

Sam Bradford's season-ending knee injury opens the door for backup Kellen Clemens to start in St. Louis, unless the Rams reach out to someone like, say, Vince Young.

Breakfast Table: Pianowski and Salfino Talk Football

Does Tom Brady belong on the cover of SI, GQ or GSI?

Four-Down Duel: Going Gonzo

With the Falcons hurting at wide receiver, Tony Gonzalez is expected to see a heavy workload, making him a favorite of Kevin Payne's this week on FanDuel.

Survivor: Backing the Dolphins

The Packers are the better bet for this week, but Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins offer a far better payout.

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.

According to the Data: A Look at Position Scarcity Through Week 6

What positions have the steepest drop-offs?