Could Josh Huff emerge as a late-round fantasy asset in Chip Kelly's fast-paced offense?
Solid matchup analysis can make or break your DFS cash game lineups. Target these defenses to give you a leg up on the competition.
For those fantasy owners willing to peruse the waiver wire each week in search of a defense with a favorable matchup, hopefully my weekly recommendations helped you last season. Here are the results.
Jordy Nelson is out for the season, but his replacement may be your fantasy savior.
Identifying the defenses to target, avoid, and stream based on their current strength of schedule.
Martavis Bryant may be starting his second year in the NFL suspended. What does it mean for the Steelers and fantasy football owners?
With Jordy Nelson out for the season, how far does Davante Adams' value climb for the upcoming fantasy football season?
With DeMarco Murray gone, Bryant could be the best fantasy receiver in 2015.
Handcuffing has become an outdated drafting strategy with a low success rate. Where else should you be spending your draft capital?
Jamaal Charles is our number one overall player for the upcoming season, and these six reasons show why.
Evan Mathis' signing with Denver didn't just impact the Broncos but also other teams that missed out on the guard.
Have you missed some of our NFL content this offseason? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
Megatron's 2014 has drafters scared that his best days are behind him. Here's why that might be premature thinking.
Pittsburgh keeps insisting Markus Wheaton is their second receiver. Don't believe the talk.
What does the trade of Derek Carrier mean for our faith in the veteran Niners tight end?
Not many 37-year-old receivers have made a big impact in the NFL, so what could Reggie Wayne bring to New England in 2015?
There are a few surprises the numberFire writers see happening this year in fantasy football. And some of them may shock you.
The tight end position is extremely volatile for fantasy purposes on a week-to-week basis. Here's a review of my recommendations from last season, and a quick peak ahead to 2015.
Jordy Nelson is both an NFL stalwart and a fantasy stud. How will Green Bay replace him?
Identifying the best and worst matchups for all 32 NFL backfields.