Laurent Robinson was a fantasy darling with the Cowboys last season, but his stock has taken a huge hit now that he’s in Jacksonville.
Reggie Wayne and Marques Colston are staying home, but Robert Meachem will be wearing a new uniform in 2012. Michael Fabiano has the latest.
Newly-acquired WR Vincent Jackson will help the Buccaneers pass attack, but his fantasy value has taken a slight hit.
The Redskins added Pierre Garcon to their offense on Tuesday, but his move to D.C. won’t improve his fantasy appeal.
Brandon Marshall is back with Jay Cutler, making both players more attractive for fantasy owners in 2012.
Randy Moss is back in the NFL, but he doesn’t figure to make a major fantasy impact in San Francisco.
Posted: Saturday, March 10th, 2012 | Michael Fabiano | Tags: Justin Blackmon, Kevin Kolb, Marques Colston, Matt Flynn, Peyton Manning, Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins
The Redskins are in the driver’s seat for Robert Griffin III after trading up for the No. 2 pick in April’s draft. But what are the fantasy implications?
The Colts followed the release of fantasy superstar Peyton Manning by parting ways with two other former fantasy stars on Friday.
Peyton Manning looks like he’s taking his talents to South Beach. Or maybe not? Find out why the Dolphins might not be the favorite.
Could Drew Brees be a fantasy disappointment next season? Find out what has Michael Fabiano at least a little worried.
Chris Johnson was a huge fantasy bust last season. But as Michael Fabiano writes, there’s reason to believe he should rebound in 2012.
Is there a chance that Cam Newton could be a fantasy bust in 2012? Well, history suggests he’ll see a drop in at least one category.
Even coming off an reconstructive ACL operation, Jamaal Charles will still be highly coveted in fantasy drafts next season.
If Peyton Manning leaves the Colts, where will he end up? More importantly, how will it affect his fantasy value?
Matt Forte will be one of the top running backs taken in 2012 fantasy drafts. That’s why the looming threat of a contract holdout is so troubling.