Fantasy Football Index cover

Subscribe to Fantasy Football Index!

Get it delivered hot off the presses!

Podcast: July 17 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff kick off the 2019 season of the podcast. In this episode: Fantasy Football Index returns, superstars relocate, Ian and Justin revisit the Lightning Round. Sponsored by Fantasy Football Index magazine -- available on newsstands now; FREE Internet Update coming Monday, July 22.  more »

Around the NFL: Titans running game

Story at the Titans team website about the running backs, most notably Derrick Henry. He's heading into the final year of his contract, and offensive coordinator Arthur Smith plans to make him the centerpiece of his offense this year.   more »

4 comments

Trivia: July 17, 2019

Who are the only two players who have has rushed for over 1,000 yards for three different teams? answer »

Fantasy News: Kyle Rudolph

Doing some of the preliminary work on the update that will go out on Monday, I’m comparing our rankings versus ADP numbers – providing an overview of some of the notable players you’ll either be picking or avoiding. At tight end, Kyle Rudolph looks like the key guy.  more »

7 comments

Around the NFL: Jadeveon Clowney

The deadline for signing franchise players has come and gone, and only one of those guys didn't sign a long-term deal: Jadeveon Clowney. Reports have indicated that Clowney will stay away from the team for at least part of training camp, but will be there when the games count. Houston might regret not coming to an agreement.   more »

1 comment

Trivia: July 16, 2019

In the Super Bowl era, only four numbers under 20 haven’t been worn by anyone currently in the Hall of Fame. What are these four numbers? answer »

6 comments

Around the NFL: Ezekiel Elliott

Another top-5 running back could be mulling a holdout. Ezekiel Elliott hasn’t said anything publicly, but Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk reports a league source has told him that Elliott privately says he won’t be at training camp until he gets a new deal.  more »

17 comments

Andy Richardson: Deep dynasty adds

Every so often I take a close review of the waiver wire in my dynasty league, seeing if there's someone out there who's been missed. We have 26-man rosters, so most of the noteworthy rookies and veterans who can be expected to have value are already on teams. But there are always some you can look at and say, Hmm, maybe I should pick him up. Before it's too late.   more »

Trivia: July 15, 2019

What are the only two pairs of players with the same name who have both gone over 1,000 receiving yards in a season? answer »

4 comments

Around the NFL: Braxton Berrios

Braxton Berrios didn’t make much of an impact as a rookie, but it’s too early to pull the plug on his long-term potential. To me, he still looks the player most likely to eventually replace Julian Edelman.   more »

4 comments

Around the NFL: Derrius Guice

Training camps open soon, maybe too soon for some players. One is Washington running back Derrius Guice. Guice missed all of his rookie season due to a torn ACL. One year later, he's dealing with a hamstring injury that might cost him the start of the camp.   more »

6 comments

Trivia: July 14, 2019

What are the only cities that have had two different teams play in Super Bowls? That is, these cities had teams play each other in a Super Bowl, then these same cities had two different teams play each other in another title game. answer »

2 comments

Factoid: Flex players

You’re in the middle of your draft, looking for a player to use as a flex option. Do you select a running back or a wide receiver for that role?   more »

4 comments

Around the NFL: Chris Herndon

In the magazine, we identified second-year tight end Chris Herndon as a possible top-10 player at his position. Probably best to think of that on a per-game basis, based on yesterday's news that Herndon might not see the field until Week 6.   more »

4 comments

Trivia: July 13, 2019

What running back won five NCAA championships (two in football, three in baseball) and played for teams in four different football leagues? answer »

More stories