Andrew Fiorentino surveys the aftermath of a volatile opening week and isn't impressed with any of the Cardinals' options for replacing the injured David Johnson.
Andrew Fiorentino checks in on key position battles around the NFL with Week 1 inching closer and finds that Blake Bortles may be on thin ice in Jacksonville.
Andrew Fiorentino takes a look at the key job battles around the NFL heading into training camp, and wonders whether Jonathan Stewart and Christian McCaffrey will sabotage each other's fantasy value.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Andrew Fiorentino finds a lot of chaos among the NFL's more prominent tight-end situations heading into Week 13, including Rob Gronkowski's inability to stay healthy.
Andrew Fiorentino details another week of lineup shakeups, including Andrew Luck's status for Thursday's game looking seriously questionable due to a concussion, meaning Scott Tolzien may take the reins for Indy.
Andrew Fiorentino is as frustrated by the Eagles' unpredictable backfield as you are, but can't recommend Ryan Mathews, or any of their other RBs, as they head into Seattle this week.
Andrew Fiorentino reviews the latest injuries and injury returns, and is alarmed at how thin the Bucs receiving corps will be if Mike Evans' concussion keeps him out of action.
Chris Bennett takes a look at another tumultuous week in the NFL, and welcomes Alshon Jeffery back to prominence thanks to the return of Jay Cutler under center for the Bears.
Andrew Fiorentino marvels at some shocking developments in the season's first half, but won't be surprised if Devonta Freeman sees a big workload with Tevin Coleman now sidelined.
Andrew Fiorentino reviews a hectic week of injuries, trades and surprising resurgences, but even with Arian Foster healthy he doesn't expect Jay Ajayi to relinquish the starting RB spot in Miami any time soon.
Andrew Fiorentino sees major changes coming to some NFL lineups, including the potential return of Colin Kaepernick to a starting role for the 1-4 49ers.
Andrew Fiorentino examines some shifting roles at the season's quarter pole and warns that Latavius Murray could be falling into a dreaded backfield committee in Oakland.
Andrew Fiorentino anticipates some future turmoil in NFL backfields, but there's no confusion in Pittsburgh with the return of Le'Veon Bell.
Andrew Fiorentino recaps a litany of injuries to backfields across the NFL in Week 2, including another serious blow to the Chargers' offense.
Andrew Fiorentino checks out rosters around the league and sees a lot of targets up for grabs in San Diego after Keenan Allen's latest injury.
Andrew Fiorentino analyzes some surprising moves made on the eve of the regular season and wonders what kind of workload Jamaal Charles will get if he's even able to play in Week 1.
Andrew Fiorentino breaks down the latest depth chart movement in training camps around the league as Jay Ajayi is still battling Arian Foster for the top spot in Miami.
Andrew Fiorentino looks at who's moving up and who's moving down the league's depth charts. Who will be the No. 2 to star A.J. Green in Cincinnati?
Andrew Fiorentino surveys the league for the fallout from the first week of preseason games, including a look at the backfield in Oakland where Latavius Murray might feeling heat.
Andrew Fiorentino checks out the latest job battles with preseason games about to start this weekend, including the competition in Miami for the running back job.
Jim Coventry breaks down the key position battles as teams head to training camp. Can Ameer Abdullah hold off Theo Riddick in the Lions' backfield?
Devonta Freeman exploded out of the gate last year, but late-season struggles and Tevin Coleman's improvement could create a time-share in Atlanta. Andrew Fiorentino breaks down all the summer job battles.
Andrew Fiorentino takes one final look at some shifting situations heading into the postseason, and bids a fond farewell to the Matt Forte Era in Chicago
AJ McCarron wasn't asked to do much Sunday, but it was enough to give confidence as the Bengals' starter while Andy Dalton is out. Andrew Fiorentino has all the fallout from Week 15.
Andrew Fiorentino runs down the latest casualty list, including Andy Dalton's ill-advised attempt at a tackle that might just ruin the Bengals' promising season.
Andrew Fiorentino breathes a sigh of relief after a weekend without major injuries, and is impressed by Doug Baldwin's recent touchdown fiesta