The biggest lesson of the week: Don't plan on addressing holiday cards on Sundays -- the action is too distracting. There were plenty of hard-hitting games Sunday with serious playoff implications.
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson might be the happiest man in the NFL, and Steve Wyche explains why. Hint: Chris Johnson's lucrative new deal with the Titans helped matters.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has told reporters that Pro Bowl center Jeff Saturday could miss two weeks or, possibly, up to six weeks after having arthroscopic knee surgery Tuesday.
Miami allowed 316 yards passing by Carson Palmer, gave up a touchdown on a fumble return and staggered to the end of the worst season in franchise history Sunday, losing 38-25 to the Cincinnati Bengals.
More Columns > CHICAGO (AP) - Peyton Manning 's first appearance with the Denver Broncos was brief and a bit uneven. Manning got intercepted near the goal line on the game's opening possession and watched from the sideline the rest of the way as Denver beat the Chicago Bears 31-3 in the preseason
Titans RB Chris Johnson was one of the top-scoring fantasy players of the week. But was he the best overall performer? Vote on the best players and decide.
Steve Wyche delves into the Bengals' high-risk signing of RB Larry Johnson, the Titans' turnaround, JaMarcus Russell's numbered days in Oakland and his Week 11 picks (and pans).
Santonio Holmes was a star in the Super Bowl, but he's not yet an elite fantasy wideout. Michael Fabiano talks about Holmes and answers your questions in his Mailbag.
When looking back at the events of Week 14, it will be interesting to see if the Ravens' effort gives the team the confidence to make a postseason run down the stretch.
Tennessee's Chris Johnson is on pace to become the NFL's sixth 2,000-yard rusher, a quest that has many observers putting him ahead of Adrian Peterson as the league's best running back.
By potentially exposing a huge weakness in what was once the NFL's top-rated defense, the Steelers not only got their offense back on track but also kept their faint playoff hopes intact.
Whose stock is rising and whose is falling as we close in on the NFL draft? Bucky Brooks outlines why some players, such as Florida's Percy Harvin, could slide come draft day.
In this week's mailbag, Michael Fabiano discusses possible destinations for Jay Cutler, the value of DeAngelo Williams and the true definition of a sleeper.
In this week's edition of the mailbag, Michael Fabiano enters into the debate over Jay Cutler's fantasy value and discusses the draft stock of DeAngelo Williams.
Rudi Johnson was a disappointment for fantasy football owners last season, but he still has some gas left in the tank, writes our Michael Fabiano.
One trend that could have an enormous impact on drafts this season surrounds the increase in statistical success of running backs in their first season under offensive coordinator Mike Martz.
With the regular season close at hand, fantasy football drafts are now running rampant across the world. Michael Fabiano catches you up on all the important preseason developments.
Is Adrian Peterson now the top keeper in all of fantasy football? Michael Fabiano tackles that question and much more in his examination of RBs.
Atlanta Falcons Injuries: Questionable -- C Alex Stepanovich (back), K Jason Elam (hip); Probable -- LB Coy Wire (ankle). Analysis: Elam was added to the injury report after being limited in Thursday's practice. He shouldn't be starting in fantasy leagues based on his
Titans RB Chris Johnson came from a small school, but the AFC's leading rusher is proving wrong those who doubted his ability to contribute as a rookie.
What does an out-of-work lineman have to do with Peyton Manning? Albert Breer explains the remarkable story of Jarvis Green and sheds insight on Michael Vick, Sam Bradford, the Raiders and more.
The defending Super Bowl champions aren't the only team preparing for the possibility of losing a key veteran free agent.
I just spoke with Jets owner Woody Johnson at the Special League Meetimg and he told me that to his knowledge, there is nothing new with the Jets and holdout cornerback Darrelle Revis.
While some say the preseason doesn't matter, coaches around the league certainly aren't buying it. Teams are using more intricate plays than usual in hopes of starting the regular season quickly.
Before we get into my all-rookie team for the 2007 season, here are some recent trends regarding playoff teams. The following stats are from playoff games from the 2000-2006 seasons: > Home teams have a record of 48-22 (23-12 in the AFC; 25-10 in the NFC). > The top two seeds in the NFC are 11-3 in