Will the offseason additions of Brandon Marshall and Stevan Ridley allow Geno Smith and the Jets to become a competent offensive unit in 2014-15?
Is Smith the Answer at QB?
Patrick Reed iron play and putting bail out his wayward tee shots, and it's filled him with plenty of confidence.
Can Sergio Garcia bomb his way out of the Ben Hogan bracket at the WGC-Accenture Match Play event? Find out that and all the picks.
Picks and pans from the RotoWire staff league auction. How much is Jordan Spieth worth this year, and who earned the curse of the favorite?
Jim Furyk's final-round choke jobs are becoming so routine that he's earned a new nickname from David Ferris.
Geoff Ogilvy has missed 11 cuts in majors since the 2006 U.S. Open, and this year he wasn't even good enough to make it to the second round of the FedEx Cup.
Henrik Stenson has what it takes -- an accurate driver and locked-in irons -- to compete anywere, including in the FedEx Cup.
The days of Tiger vs. the field might be gone, but Tiger Woods is the easy pick if you have just one at the PGA Championship.
So much for the injury concerns, Brandt Snedeker now has four classy cashes in a row. Now if he can just bag a major.
The only way Phil Mickelson can top his British Open exploits is to get over the hump at the U.S. Open.
Defending champ Ernie Els could make a run at a fifth major at this year's Open Championship, but he's not the pick to win. Find out who is.
Graeme McDowell captured the French Open and now turns his attention to the British Open where he's looks to be a four-day story.
Bill Haas has already bagged five PGA Tour victories, putting him more than halfway to the nine that his dad won.
Ken Duke earned his first PGA Tour victory at age 44, becoming a new version of an old favorite.
It was just a matter of time before Justin Rose had a breakthrough in the majors. And it won't be his last major, either.
Can Bubba Watson keep his spurs from jingling and jangling long enough to content at this week's U.S. Open? Find out in the Barometer.
Matt Kuchar's fantastic season has him squarely in the Player of the Year discussion, and U.S. Open could give him even more reason to smile.
Matt Kuchar is rounding into form nicely, and his game sounds like a good recipe for U.S. Open contention.
When you open with a course-record 60, you're supposed to win, but Keegan Bradley has had a quietly effective year this season.
The the dustup between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia at Sawgrass was more about Garcia's thin skin than anything else.
Graeme McDowell is the very definition of unflappable, but will that be enough to take Sawgrass this week?
Billy Horschel is a horse for any course, and the upcoming Players Championship might make him an even bigger star.
Aaron Baddeley is quietly having a steady year. Is the timing right for a buy low?
Sergio Garcia charged out of the gate at the Masters with a 66, then followed with a 76 on Friday. But did that really surprise anyone?
With all eyes on Tiger Woods this week, can Phil Mickelson swoop in and steal his fourth green jacket?
The sky is the limit for Tiger Woods now that he's licked his putting problems.
After his win at Doral, Tiger Woods deserves to be the top-valued player in fantasy -- and the obvious favorite at The Masters.
If Justin Rose gets a little more consistent with the putter, he should be able to bag multiple majors the next 5-10 years.