How confident should you be in the Cleveland Indians' infield protecting their grounder-friendly starting pitchers?
Denver Broncos among the latest Tebowers, much to the delight of fantasy football owners
Trade away Andre Johnson? Can Philly's D keep up their 'mo? Can Housh contribute?
As the World Series ends, the true party begins for fantasy baseball players! Join us in the VIP room, won't you?
If he stays in Philly, Lidge would be less intriguing unless the club doesn't bring back Ryan Madson. With their long-term feelings lukewarm on Madson, maybe they bring back Lidge on a smaller deal to see if he can continue his late-season momentum as stopper.
Should you go all-in on Yu Darvish if he enters the MLB posting process?
What should you do if you were chasing Ronnie Brown, who isn't going to the Detroit Lions?
Brandon Lloyd could flourish in a new spot, but staying put probably won't hurt him.
Lance Berkman was a boon for risk-takers in 2011. Too bad 2012 won't be as fruitful.
Tim will have fond memories of Justin Verlander's 2011 season but wonders if he'll buy him in 2012.
On the final day of Tout Wars mixed, Tim Heaney sits in third place, waiting for things to break right. Can he pull off the victory?
My eight pickups for this trio of anxious days are ringers targeted for growth in saves and stolen bases. With this short of a contribution window, it's a gamble defined by my 3.5-point deficit behind my fellow KFFLer Minnix. Since Zinkie took a commanding lead over me in wins, I shifted gears this week to focus on closures.
Catch Tim's Take on Philip Rivers, Cam Newton, the Chargers' backfield, Matt Forte and some Week 3 fantasy football lineup questions
Tim sits in third place in mixed Tout Wars, and he can't stop going through the ways he can win ... and sit in excruciating place.
Tim has a surprising answer to a fantasy football Twitter question