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NFL Draft: Fantasy Fallout for Veterans

Jim Coventry looks at which veterans benefited from this year's NFL draft and which could see a reduced role thanks to rookie additions.

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 Draft: Fantasy Fallout

Deshaun Watson was seemingly in a fight for the first round, but the accomplished Clemson gunslinger didn't last past the 12th pick.

NFL Draft: Final 1st Round Mock

Deshaun Watson was once a strong candidate to be the first quarterback selected, but now he appears to be fighting for a place in the first round at all.

MFL10 Analysis: Strategy and Targets

Jordan Howard likely helped carry many MFL10 teams to league championships last year. Can Samaje Perine provide a big value as a late-round pick this year?

NFL Draft: TE Dynasty Rankings

This is likely the best rookie tight end class ever, so familiarize yourself with incoming talent that could very well make an impact in 2017.

NFL Draft: WR Rookie Dynasty Rankings

With 45 wide receivers accounted for, this list ranks the pre-draft dynasty values of the incoming rookie class. LSU's Malachi Dupre is one former top prospect losing ground.

NFL Draft: QB/RB Dynasty Rankings

His film and production alone make him a good bet to go in the first round, but a disappointing Combine pushed Dalvin Cook back a couple spots in the rookie RB rankings.

NFL Draft: Three-Round Mock

Despite the swirling of Jimmy Garoppolo and Kirk Cousins rumors, Deshaun Watson remains a more plausible quarterback target for the Browns.

NFL Draft: Combine Preview

Dalvin Cook and Leonard Fournette will hog the headlines at running back, but Alvin Kamara is another RB who could burn up the Combine.

NFL Draft: Dynasty Rookie Mock

The biggest debate in dynasty rookie drafts will likely be Dalvin Cook vs. Leonard Fournette -- two potential top-10 picks at RB.

DFS Football 101: Important Tips for New Players, Round 16

Michael Rathburn looks at the 2016 season in review from a DraftKings perspective.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 17 Picks

Vlad Sedler recommends you focus on games involving teams with something left to play for in the final slate of the regular season, but makes an exception for the explosive, and incredibly consistent, David Johnson.

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.

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.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 16 Picks

Vlad Sedler notes that while the elite options at RB have been incredibly consistent this year, it might be time to spend up for Antonio Brown instead in a must-win home game for the Steelers.

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

On Target: Broncos Busting Out

Davis Mattek is all in on Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders this week, given the Broncos' narrow target tree and the Patriots' vulnerability through the air.

Exploiting the Matchups: Fitzgerald's Farewell?

Luke Hoover details which players receive favorable matchups in Week 15, including the Cardinals' No. 1 wideout, Larry Fitzgerald.

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.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 14

Andrew Fiorentino tries to remember how long it's been since there were worthy running back options on waivers, but expects a late-season bidding frenzy in the wake of Melvin Gordon's injuries.

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?

NFL Injury Analysis: Long-Term Health Concerns for Gronk

Jeff Stotts discusses tight end Rob Gronkowski’s lower back injury, which will require surgery, as well as Gronk’s future fantasy value.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 13

Andrew Fiorentino tallies up the injuries and demotions that have lain waste to depth charts across the league, but Thomas Rawls' big performance should ensure he remains the lead dog in Seattle's backfield.

East Coast Offense: Anatomy of a Catastrophic Loss

Thanks to Colin Kaepernick, Chip Kelly, Trevone Boykin and mostly bad decision-making on his own part, Chris Liss failed to qualify for the Stopa League Playoffs and lost two large sidebets.