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Fantasy Articles Featuring Neymar

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Neymar's name.

The Clean Sheets: Previewing the World Cup Final

Does Lionel Messi have enough in him to take down a powerful German side to capture his first World Cup?

The Clean Sheets: Previewing the World Cup Semifinals

Can Lionel Messi keep Argentina rolling all the way to the World Cup final?

World Cup: TradeSports' World Cup Contests

Jerry Donabedian dives into his strategy on TradeSports for Friday's World Cup match between Brazil and Columbia.

The Clean Sheets: Previewing the World Cup Quarterfinals

Can Neymar continue his magic in leading Brazil to the semifinals of the World Cup with a win over Colombia this weekend?

DFS World Cup: Strategies for a Weekend of StatClash

Alexis Sanchez has been a solid contributor to a surprising Chilean side do they have enough to upset the host nation in the round of 16?

The Clean Sheets: Early Group Stage Reactions

As we all expected, Spain have given up seven goals through two matches and have already been eliminated.

The Clean Sheets: World Cup Picks

Andrew and Nick share their World Cup brackets and Golden Boot winners.

The Clean Sheets: Discussing Group A

With a nation's World Cup hopes riding on his shoulders, can Neymar deliver Brazil its sixth World Cup?

Champions League Quarterfinals: Player Rankings

Cristiano Ronaldo beats out Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the top spot in our Champions League quarterfinals player rankings.

Champions League Player Rankings: Round of 16

Robin van Persie is the highest ranked Premier League player in our Champions League Round of 16 player rankings.

Outlooks Before The Transfer Window Closes: English Premier League Primer

Chelsea is one team aiming for a big transfer acquisiton before the season kicks off.

World Cup: Messi, Kaka, Maicon and Buffon Top Each Position

Lionel Messi tops the forward rankings, but Wayne Rooney is just behind him at No. 2. Kevin King ranks the top players a month away from the 2010 World Cup.