Outside New York, the G-Men's addition of Brandon Stokley didn't make headlines, but the nimble veteran might be a solid pickup in fantasy football leagues.
The tight end position in fantasy football has become so deep that some of them might be worth playing even when you've already filled your TE slot.
I didn't think much of my fleeting answers to a fantasy football survey two-and-a-half months ago, but I can't help but hold some of the same views today.
The Denver Broncos couldn't expect much from Eric Decker in his rookie campaign, but in his sophomore season, he's stepping into what could be a significant role.
The New England Patriots have plenty of players who deserve the ball, but Taylor Price has come a long way since his freshman year and will make his mark sooner rather than later.
Dezmone Briscoe's NFL Draft stock fell in 2010. But he was thankful to catch on with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he may do so in fantasy football leagues in 2011.
Fantasy football gamers were too quick to jump on the Golden Tate bandwagon last year, but they'll start piling back on eventually.
Josh Freeman is going to be good for a long time, but the success he tasted in 2010 is far from enough evidence to believe that he'll be a dependable fantasy football commodity in 2011.
If the Cards are to contend, they'll undoubtedly need to bolster their pitching staff. If reinforcements come from the front end, there could be a new player at the back end.
The Philadelphia Phillies may search for a right-handed bat before the bell tolls on July 31, but John Mayberry Jr. could be their answer beyond that date.
For the second straight week, an MLB team elevated one of its relievers to the rotation, and for the second straight week, the name is of interest.
The San Diego Padres pushed Cory Luebke into their rotation, which instantly moved the needle on his fantasy baseball value meter.
Kenny Williams seemed to suggest that it won't be long before the Chicago White Sox call upon Dayan Viciedo. He's definitely worth stashing, but a move probably isn't imminent.
Many fantasy baseball players probably had little interest in trying to steal the struggling John Danks from their league mates, but there were some good signs in his most recent start, beyond the results.
The St. Louis Cardinals have a super-utility player with a potent bat but a poor fielding rep. They may slowly turn over a pivotal position to him, and he'd play pretty well there for fantasy baseball players.