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Fantasy Articles Featuring Justin Blackmon

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Game Capsules: Scouting the Season Finales

Can Kyle Orton sneak the Cowboys past Philly?

Survivor: Surviving Week 16

Colin Kaepernick and the Niners are the easy top choice.

NFL Barometer: Burgeoning Bengal

Bengals running back Giovani Bernard has been stellar all season, and his strong rookie campaign will have his fantasy value on the rise heading into next year.

Game Capsules: Week 15 Previews

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

Game Capsules: Week 12 Previews

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

Working the Wire: Breakout Game for Floyd

Michael Floyd flashed his No. 1 receiver upside Sunday, but in many leagues he remains on the waiver wire thanks to his previous shoulder injury.

Four-Down Duel: Walking On Sunshine

Expecting a high-scoring game, Kevin Payne is targeting multiple players from the Eagles/Redskins game this weekend, including Nick

Four-Down Duel: Paying for Peyton

Despite the large price tag, Kevin Payne recommends selecting Peyton Manning as your signal caller in H2H and 50/50 FanDuel contests.

Game Capsules: Week 10 Previews

Can Tampa Bay finally get a W?

Fielkow's Law: Blackmon Suspended by NFL

Jags' Wideout Not Eligible for Reinstatement Until Next Season

Depth Chart Watch: McFadden Goes Down, Again

Darren McFadden found himself sitting on the sidelines with another hamstring injury after just five carries in Week 9.

Breakfast Table: Existential Thoughts

It's hard to believe that Trent Richardson was a consensus first-round pick on draft day. DVR and Andrew Martinez discuss big changes so far, and surprises that may be on the horizon.

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?

Coffin Corner: Weekly Performances

Ray Rice continues to be a disappointment this year. Ray Flowers puts Rice's numbers among many others this week for context.

Game Capsules: Week 8 Game Previews

The Rams don't have Brett Favre, but they do have a date with the NFC's top team.

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.

Working the Wire: Injury Means Opportunity

With Doug Martin out, rookie Mike James takes center stage for the Buccaneers, and for fantasy owners needing running-back help.

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.

Coffin Corner: Keepin' It Real

Ray Flowers believes that Cam Newton remains among the elite quarterbacks, among other notes this week.

Beating the Book: Chris Liss Handicaps Week 7

Backing Andrew Luck and the Colts at home against the Broncos

Game Capsules: Week 7 Game Breakdowns

Can the Giants (finally) get a win against the Vikings on Monday?

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.

NFL Barometer: Ridley On The Rise

New England running back Stevan Ridley was quiet for the first portion of the season, but he is moving back up the cheat sheets thanks to a big performance in the Patriots' victory over the Saints.

Depth Chart Watch: Doubtful in Dallas

DeMarco Murray's knee injury Sunday leaves nothing but questions in the Cowboys backfield.

Survivor: Week 6 Edition

According to the implied Vegas odds, Peyton Manning and the Broncos have a 98-percent chance to beat the Jaguars Sunday.

Game Capsules: Another Big Game for Philip Rivers

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

On Target: Old Man Gonzalez Still a Weapon

In total defiance of his age, Tony Gonzalez is retaining a high value as a major red-zone threat

Run 'N' Shoot: Finding the Next Breakout Star

Everybody's looking for the next big thing - but where should you look?