Rams rookie Todd Gurley has worked his way into the top 10 in the fantasy football rankings for Week 5.
Matthew Berry's top 200 for Week 5 of the fantasy football season.
Eric Karabell analyzes the staff Week 5 rankings, noting placement for Alex Smith and several questionable running backs
Matt Bowen looks at Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, outlining why the second-year breakout will continue to reward fantasy owners even when rookie RB Tevin Coleman returns.
Alfred Morris still the Redskins RB to own in fantasy
Stick with Ryan Tannehill in fantasy
Leonard Hankerson rising in fantasy rankings
Matchup-dependent wide receivers in fantasy
Start Charles Clay in Week 5 fantasy
Eli Manning a great start for Week 5 and beyond
Fantasy impact of players returning from suspension
Duke Johnson Jr. a flex play in Week 5
Todd Gurley a RB2 in Week 5 fantasy
Who should you target on opening night in NHL DFS contests? Victoria Matiash serves up her best buys at different salary levels for Oct. 7.
Mike Clay offers key Week 5 fantasy tips for all 32 NFL teams, including advice on Ted Ginn, Duke Johnson and Teddy Bridgewater.
Field Yates lists the top waiver-wire targets to consider heading into Week 5, including Browns rookie Duke Johnson and potential fill-in starter Boobie Dixon.
Tom Carpenter provides an updated ranking of the top 200 players in fantasy basketball for 2015-16. New Orleans big man Anthony Davis checks in at No. 1 overall.
Joe Kaiser analyzes which players are too high and too low on the ESPN Fantasy Basketball rankings. He sees Oklahoma City power forward Serge Ibaka not replicating his strong 2014-15 performance.
Matthew Berry and Field Yates discuss the latest fantasy news including the Bills signing of Boom Herron. Plus, we answer your emails and take a case of hard justice.
Eric Karabell updates his end-of-season rankings, with several young running backs moving up including Devonta Freeman and Todd Gurley.
Tristan H. Cockcroft provides historical context to the top fantasy storylines from Week 4, including Devonta Freeman's encore, Todd Gurley's big second half and Cairo Santos' surprising day.
Sam Bradford is a good investment for the stretch run of the fantasy football season. KC Joyner takes a look at what fantasy owners should learn from Week 4.
Scott Kacsmar of Football Outsiders outlines the best matchups for DFS players to use in Week 5 to maximize success.
Your guide to each NFL team's most valuable running backs in terms of fantasy value for the 2015 season.
An in-depth look at the players whose DraftKings salaries have risen and fallen heading into Week 5 of the NFL season.
Anita Marks and Matt Bowen recap Week 4 and discuss which players it's time to give up on, which QB's you should target for the rest of the season and much more.
Todd Gurley's barrage of long runs in Week 4 produced a breakout performance and shot up his fantasy stock. Tom Carpenter writes why he should be at the top of every owner's target list.
John Cregan provides his list of the 10 best rookies for fantasy basketball this season. Denver point guard Emmanuel Mudiay comes in at No. 1 overall.
Eric Karabell recaps Week 4 and discusses how first-round running back Todd Gurley could be among the league's best sooner rather than later.
Bengals RB Jeremy Hill helped his own cause in his fantasy league with his big day on the field against the Raiders in Week 1.
With the 2015 MLB season complete, Tristan H. Cockcroft looks ahead with his top 250 fantasy baseball rankings for 2016.
Tristan H. Cockcroft presents his top 250 keeper rankings for the 2016 fantasy baseball season, led by Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.
Jeff Ratcliffe offers helpful tiers to rate all 32 D/ST units -- led by the Broncos, Cardinals and Bills defenses -- for Week 5 and identifies IDPs to pick up.
Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell discuss the MNF controversy, if you can trust Andrew Luck in Week 5 and what to do with the Bills backfield. Plus, your emails!
Going back to 1976, there hasn't been a bigger home underdog or a larger team total. You will need a piece of the Bears' offense.
Matt Williamson provides his latest update to his dynasty rankings of the top 100 players.
Stay up to date with all of the Week 4 fantasy football scoring leaders.
Need to know the best selections for your Eliminator pool for Week 5? NumberFire is here to help, projecting the safest plays for helping you survive and advance.
Eric Karabell wraps up the 2015 fantasy baseball season with awards, and an early look at his top 25 rankings for next year.
Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockcroft put a bow on the 2015 MLB season with their awards and final rankings. Plus, they chat on their own fantasy league performance and show some fan appreciation.
Victoria Matiash offers 10 strategy tips for people interested in playing daily fantasy hockey contests.
What should fantasy owners expect from high-profile players who have switched teams this season? Victoria Matiash breaks down 12 from the Western Conference.
What should fantasy owners expect from high-profile players who have switched teams this season? Victoria Matiash breaks down 12 from the Eastern Conference.
ESPN Premier Fantasy Gameweek 8 saw Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero (£9.0m) net five goals in 20 minutes to collect a host of points.
Hockey Prospectus projections for the top 30 point scorers for 2015-16, along with insights into why players are where they are and a few notable exclusions.
Sean Allen previews the Central Division for fantasy hockey in 2015-16, including a sleeper and bust from each team.
An updated ranking of the top 300 players in fantasy hockey for 2015-16.
Rodgers enjoying interception free streak
But that doesn't mean he thinks he can keep the streak going all season, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. Aaron Rodgers hasn't thrown an INT at home in almost 3 years.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers TE Antonio Gates said teammates welcomed him back with open arms. Gates said he slipped on some routes, but was focused on practicing at full speed: "It's a fresh start for me. I have to reestablish myself as a player."
Kaepernick: Not playing for job security
Said 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick today: "I don't play for job security. Whether football is here or not, I will be fine. I go out, I play to win. I'm not worried about job security when I step in this building." The QB has completed just 22 of 44 passes the past two games while getting picked off five times -- including a pair of pick-sixes -- and no touchdowns.
Is Roddy White being selfish?
His & Hers hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill differ on whether the Falcons WR should be criticized for saying he wants the ball more.
Miami Dolphins @miamidolphins
First practice as Head Coach is in the books.
Bills implement new penalty punishment
"If a guy gets a penalty during the practices, then we're gonna make sure that all of us are gonna do 10 pushups or whatever," Buffalo coach Rex Ryan said. "The rest of the team will [do pushups] and that person [being penalized] will stand up, just to see how many people he is affecting." The Bills are on pace to set the NFL record for accepted penalties in a season.
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said RB Marshawn Lynch (hamstring) is making progress, but they won't know his status until the end of the week. Sounds like it could be a game-time decision against the Bengals on Sunday.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Russell Wilson, on conference call with Bengals media, says he's looking forward to coming to Cincinnati. He was born at Christ Hospital here although he moved away at a young age. "Looking forward to having some White Castle and Skyline Chili."
Johnson: Eagles O-line is 'sinking the ship'
OL Lane Johnson identified his own unit as one of the reasons the Eagles are 1-3. WR Jordan Matthews also said: "Every game’s like a playoff game."
'What were you, on SnapFace there?'
Bill Belichick will notice if a reporter is paying a little too much attention to his or her phone. And he did so today using one of his favorite jokes.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
The Redskins must contend with loud crowd noise in Atlanta on Sunday. They'll practice with crowd noise but as quarterback Kirk Cousins said, they must be prepared with their signals throughout the week. They will use silent counts and Cousins said he'll do his share of having to tell in the huddle.
Week 5 fantasy football RB ranks
Devonta Freeman is a near-universal pick as a top-5 RB to start this week. RB ranks
Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer
The Texans will be without two of their top three receivers on Thursday, having ruled out Cecil Shorts and Nate Washington. That likely means rookies Jaelen Strong and Chandler Worthy will be active. Both were inactive last week and Strong has been inactive the past three weeks. Running back Jonathan Grimes, who missed Sunday's game with a hamstring injury, will be out again with the same injury.
Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
New Saints TE Michael Hoomanawanui meeting media for first time. Expects to play this week after arriving too late last week after Patriots trade.
These teams have their priorities in order
Some players on these "Mighty Mites" teams stopped what they were doing to dance when "Watch Me Whip" came on -- while the rest of their teammates continued to play. Watch them 'Whip'
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers when asked if he could go all year without an interception: "It's Week 5. That's a tough one to answer. I don't know if it's possible. I don't think it is, but I enjoy the streak."
Cowboys, Dez still eyeing Week 7 return
Owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that Week 7 vs. the Giants continues to be the Cowboys' target date for WR Dez Bryant's return from a broken foot. Bryant hasn't played since a Week 1 win vs. the Giants.
Julius Thomas makes step toward return
The Jaguars' tight end practiced without a cast for the first time since breaking his hand Aug. 14 during Jacksonville's preseason opener. Thomas, who caught 12 TDs last season with Denver, isn't sure of when he will return: "It's going to be a continuous process working with the doctors. It's not going to be just you cross one hurdle off and go play with the rest of the kids."
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Rex Ryan has a Nashville-area home in same gated neighborhood as Ken Whisenhunt. Whiz said he's not seen Ryan. "Maybe I've just not been there that much." Joked he wasn't invited to neighborhood pot luck but that the two could "compare notes, share some info."
Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer
Falcons defensive coordinator Richard Smith said they call top cornerback Desmond Trufant "Sticky Man" for the way he covers and shuts down one side of the field.
Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN
Odell Beckham: These are grown men out here. I don’t think anybody should be talking about what happened after they lost a game.”
Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio considers himself a good luck charm for the Chicago Cubs. Fangio tells us he was in San Francisco when the Giants won two of their World Series titles. Fangio even said he was the Texans defensive coordinator in 2005 when the Astros reached the World Series.
Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN
Odell Beckham says he'll appeal his fine. "I get punched every single game. I get hit in my face every single game."
Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer
Bucs QB Jameis Winston on Falcons RB, former Florida State teammate Devonta Freeman leading the league in scoring (42 points), "I'm not surprised at all, man. He's a baller. Anything you ask him to do, he's going to handle it."
Stallworth: Brady paid per interception
With the story of Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill expressing his frustration with practice-squad players last week, it sparked chatter on social media among former players. Donte' Stallworth, for example, tweeted that he recalled Pats QB Tom Brady taking a different approach with practice squad players. Giving back?