Three and out: Gates almost at 100 percent

Antonio Gates believes he is ready to re-emerge into an elite tight end once again in 2012. But should you draft him?

Three and out: Will fantasy owners have any Luck?

The Colts will take Andrew Luck with the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, but where should you take him in your fantasy leagues?

Three and out: Could the Rams deal RB Jackson?

Could the St. Louis Rams trade Steven Jackson and look to draft Alabama’s Trent Richardson? Such a scenario would have massive fantasy implications.

Three and out: Wallace likely to remain in Steel City

It looks like Mike Wallace will remain in the Steel City, so fantasy football owners can breathe a sigh of relief.

Three and out: Newton, Megatron in Madden hunt

Cam Newton or Calvin Johnson will be on the cover of the new Madden game. What does this mean for your fantasy draft in 2012?

Three and out: Leshoure’s stock falling fast

Mikel Leshoure’s is making all the wrong news this offseason, and it could affect his fantasy value for next season.

Three and out: Gore’s fantasy value takes a hit

With Brandon Jacobs now in San Francisco, the fantasy value of Frank Gore takes a slight hit heading into the 2012 season.

Forte, McFadden affected by Bush signing

Michael Bush isn’t going to do anything but hurt the value of Matt Forte. But does his departure mean a fantasy sleeper will emerge in Oakland?

Law Firm’s fantasy value on the rise … for now

BenJarvus Green-Ellis has a chance to be a viable fantasy option in Cincinnati, assuming the team doesn’t add another running back.

Three and out: Garrard won’t have much fantasy appeal

David Garrard and Matt Moore will compete for the top spot in Miami. Unfortunately, neither is going to make a significant fantasy impact in 2012.

Tolbert loses fantasy appeal with the Panthers

Mike Tolbert’s move to Carolina isn’t good for anyone in the Panthers backfield, but it does make Ryan Mathews more attractive.

Matt Flynn’s no fantasy sleeper in Seattle

Matt Flynn’s move to Seattle improves his fantasy value, but it doesn’t make him a No. 1 option in 2012.

Brandon Lloyd’s fantasy value on the rise

Brandon Lloyd’s reunion with Josh McDaniels in New England is great news in fantasy land.

Three and out: ‘Fins have no answers for fantasy owners

Out of the Peyton Manning race, the Dolphins would be wise to add potential fantasy sleeper Matt Flynn sooner than later.

Look for Ryan Mathews to break out in 2012

With Mike Tolbert on his way out of San Diego, Ryan Mathews is quickly becoming a fantasy breakout candidate.

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