Tristan H. Cockcroft recaps which fantasy players shined in Week 3 and which left their fantasy owners wanting more, all with his usual blend of historical significance.
Andrew Luck, Eddie Lacy and Amari Cooper haven't provided the expected return in fantasy thus far. KC Joyner considers what the metrics say about their future values.
Eric Karabell recaps a busy Week 3 by focusing on NFC West running backs, unbeaten quarterbacks and a versatile Browns wide receiver.
Eric Karabell sums up the weekend in baseball, with Wil Myers, Jharel Cotton and Sergio Romo aiding fantasy baseball owners.
Which players have scored the most points so far this week? Find out with our scoring leaderboards for every position.
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Jonathan Villar was ranked outside the top 300 heading into 2016 but will finish as a top-10 player. Who are some under-the-radar potential breakouts for 2017? Ron Shandler checks in.
Eric Karabell discusses future closers for those in dynasty and keeper formats, with Atlanta's Mauricio Cabrera leading the way.
With Keenan Allen out, the Chargers have big shoes to fill in the passing game. Can Travis Benjamin step up and be the go-to receiver for San Diego (and for fantasy players)?
Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell break down the AP, Ameer Abdullah and Doug Martin fall-out. Plus, rankings with Mike Clay & Frank Caliendo stops by.
Eric Karabell re-ranks players for the rest of the season for value and trading purposes, with All Day, Randall Cobb and others on the move.
Joe Kaiser explains why you must select point guards early in fantasy basketball drafts this season.
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The consistency ratings weigh both how consistent as well as how start-worthy players have been in ESPN fantasy football leagues from 2014-16.
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