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Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Montee Ball finally made his preseason debut, bringing some peace of mind to anxious fantasy owners.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Matt Forte's backup is still up for grabs in Chicago, making it difficult for fantasy owners to draft a handcuff.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Montee Ball is expected to start for the Broncos, but he will have to outplay C.J. Anderson in training camp to win the job.

2014 Team Preview: Oakland Raiders

Go Long

NFL Draft Kit: Experts Standard Mock Draft

Jimmy Graham clocks in at No. 8

Free Agency Overview: Key NFL Signings And Their Implications

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

2014 NFL Draft Needs: Oakland Raiders

Picking at No. 5 overall and with quarterback looking like a glaring weakness, the Raiders may be tempted to take Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater if he's still on the board.

King for a Day: Cuts Like a Knile

With Jamal Charles likely sitting and a bargain basement price tag, Knile Davis makes for an attractive option on DraftKings.com in Week 17.

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: 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.

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.

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.

Working the Wire: Streaking Streater

Rod Streater is no lock to continue putting up big receiving numbers, but he's worth the gamble.

King for a Day: The Price of Silver

Jerry Donabedian advises exploiting the Bears porous run defense in your DraftKings Week 14 lineup, and offers up some value picks in a stars-and-scrubs approach.

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.

Weekly Rankings: Week 14 Value Meter

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

Depth Chart Watch: Colts Turn to Brown

The Colts held true to their word to make Donald Brown the lead back at the expense of Trent Richardson.

On Target: Yeah, He's that Good

Josh Gordon sees a ton of targets and does amazing things with the ball when it falls into his hands.

Game Capsules: Week 13 Game Previews

The Saints and Seahawks meet in what could be an NFC Championship preview

Weekly Rankings: Week 13 Value Meter

With A.J. Green and the Bengals returning this week, bye weeks are all over, so our threshhold for what qualifies as a starter is higher again.

On Target: Keenum's No. 1 Fan

Andre Johnson's fantasy value hinges on his quarterbacks in Houston, and that's a problem if Matt Schaub starts for the Texans.

Game Capsules: Week 12 Previews

Including this year's edition of Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady

Weekly Rankings: Week 12 Value Meter

Demaryius Thomas should get a ton of targets against the Patriots' banged-up secondary this week, especially if Wes Welker's concussion keeps him out.

Run 'N' Shoot: The Rotting Pile of Garbage that is the AFC

One of these awful four or five-win teams will make the playoffs. Doesn't seem fair.

Depth Chart Watch: Actions Speak Louder than Words

The Colts continue to proclaim Trent Richardson the lead back while giving backup Donald Brown the majority of touches, as they did Sunday.

On Target: Beware of the Wolf

Is Rishard Matthews the real deal or is he a wolf in sheep's clothing? Is he worth gambling on as the season comes down the stretch?

Game Capsules: Week 11 Previews

Brady's struggles could continue against Carolina's stout defense

Weekly Rankings: Week 11 Value Meter

It should be Beast Mode time in Seattle this week, with the Seahawks and Marshawn Lynch feasting on the Vikings' defense.