The 2014 Fantasy Football “Do Not Draft” List

Fantasy Football leagues aren’t necessarily won on draft day, but they certainly can be lost.

It’s not always who you pick for your roster, but also about who you’re able to avoid. Whether or not you want to avoid them altogether or decide simply not worth the value they may be pegged at, you’ll be better off if you can keep these names off your roster.

Here are the top 10 players you should completely avoid while drafting this season.

Week 14 Against The Spread Picks – Fantasy Football Playoff Edition

It is fantasy football playoff time. For many fans, it means devoting even more cognitive processes to America’s most beloved sporting empire.

This weeks picks include a bombardment of important stats to help you survive into Week 15, along with heaping portions of breathtaking propaganda.

Fantasy Football Week 3: Start ’em, Sit ’em

Week 2 of the NFL season saw a healthy mixture of studs doing their thing (Aaron Rodgers! Doug Martin! Julio Jones!) as well as a couple of surprises (James Starks? Charles Clay?). Fantasy football is a crapshoot, but let’s try to make some sense of it all for Week 3.

Fantasy Football 2013: Ranking the top 50 running backs

The NFL has become a passing game. While that is a true statement, top running backs will rule the first few rounds of fantasy drafts as much as ever.

Fantasy Football Week 3 Re-Rack: The New Top 24

How would you re-do your fantasy football draft two weeks into the season? Two new players break into our top-five overall.

Fantasy Football 2012: Running Back Rankings

It isn’t just the fact that the NFL is now geared towards the pass more than ever – it’s that running backs have become like starting pitchers in baseball, almost all basically now has what you amont to a pitch count. Here are the top 50 running backs.

Injury Updates: Miles Austin, Darren McFadden, Ahmad Bradshaw, and many more

Let’s take a look at the crucial injuries for this week’s games, including Miles Austin, Darren McFadden, Ahmad Bradshaw, and many more.

Fantasy Football Week 4: Stats to Know for Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Fred Jackson, Darren McFadden and Mike Wallace

To those who say that football is boring, or not filled with enough action, Zach Harbison provides a flurry of statistics (also relevant for week 4 of the fantasy football season) to provide this fallacy wrong.

Fantasy Football Week 3 Start Em, Sit Em Advice, Player Projections, and Lineup Q&A

Week Three is here, and hopefully you aren’t 0-2. Don’t worry, it’s still not panic time…but it very well could be time to shake some things up. As always, let’s recap last week’s predictions before looking ahead to the start em, sit em projections at each position for Week 3.

Fantasy Football Week 2 Injury Updates: Arian Foster, Knowshon Moreno, Hakeem Nicks, Steven Jackson, many more

Amanda Lawson runs down the latest updates on all of the injuries that will impact Week 2 of the fantasy football season. Among the names: Arian Foster, Steven Jackson, Hakeem Nicks, Calvin Johnson, Stevie Johnson, Santonio Holmes, Knowshon Moreno, and many more.

Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings: Don’t Be Lured By Sleepers In 2011

When it comes to drafting running backs for your fantasy football team this year, save the “sleepers” for other positions. Here are Jon’s top 25 running backs for 2011, along with some guys he thinks you should stay away from.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Start / Sit Picks and Projections

Jerod provides his start em, sit em projections for Week 11 of the fantasy football season. Among the names analyzed: Mark Sanchez, Matt Ryan, Felix Jones, and many more.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Start, Sit Picks and Projections

Jerod provides his start em, sit em projections for Week 9 of the fantasy football season, including: Cedric Benson, Calvin and Steve Johnson, Todd Heap, Brandon Pettigrew, Matt Forte, Eli Manning, and Matthew Stafford.

Fantasy Football 3-2-1: Which Week 1 Performances Should You Trust and Distrust?

In the 3rd episode of Fantasy Football 3-2-1, Jerod tells you which Week 1 performances you should trust and which ones you should distrust. He also describes an embarrassing Week 1 “decision” as a way to offer a very valuable piece of advice.