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Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Some are fans of strength of schedule, and not just for wins and points. They like to see rushing and passing schedules as well, and those figures are published below.  more »

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Around the NFL: Luck good to go for camp

It seems like forever since we've seen Andrew Luck on the field. A year ago, there were lots of empty promises and assurances, which in retrospect (and even at the time) seemed like efforts to sell tickets. But so far, everything sounds better this year.   more »


Trivia: July 21, 2018

What are the only three schools with at least 10 representatives in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? answer »


Podcast: July 20 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Aaron Bland joins the podcast to talk Melvin Gordon, high-volume 49ers, injured quarterbacks, forgotten running backs Jay Ajayi and Mark Ingram, etc. Sponsored by YouRulz.  more »

Mailbag: July 20, 2018

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is D.J. Moore a breakout candidate to target in the later rounds? How valuable are kickers? Using strength of schedule to select a defense. And pondering whether Kansas City is about ready to fall apart. more »


Around the NFL: Robby Anderson

Another week, and another positive report out of Jets practices on Robby Anderson. Wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell, in a story at the team website, thinks Anderson will be even better in 2018.   more »


Trivia: July 20, 2018

In 2002, Houston had the No. 1 overall pick in both the NBA (Yao Ming) and the NFL (David Carr). What was the last other city to have the No. 1 pick in both sports? It occurred in 1975. The two franchises are still in place, and they’ve gone over 100 combined seasons without winning a championship. answer »


Fantasy News: Overall team forecasts

Training camps are about to open, so an overall look at the lay of the land is in order. As part of our process, we look not only at individual players but also keep an eye on the overall projected totals for each offense. We start with a thorough, exacting look at each team during the spring, then make adjustments along the way, accounting for developments.  more »


Around the NFL: Ricky Seals-Jones

Earlier this offseason we mulled the value of Ricky Seals-Jones. He's the likely starter at tight end for Arizona, or at least, the pass catching option even if Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) is healthy. Gresham is more likely the inline blocker.   more »

Trivia: July 19, 2018

Who are the only two quarterbacks who’ve thrown 40-plus touchdowns in a season, with their team still not making the playoffs? answer »


Podcast: July 18 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff discuss Deshaun Watson and other tough-to-rank quarterbacks, the contract news on Brandin Cooks and LeVeon Bell, the retooled offense of the Chicago Bears, and players who look like fantasy stars or superstars even though they aren't ... yet. Sponsored by The Draft Kit (  more »


Around the NFL: Saints signing Vereen

The Saints are taking a host of running back prospects to training camp, and toss Shane Vereen onto that pile. They’re signing him to a free-agent contract today. I like the way he might fit into that offense.  more »


Around the NFL: Dallas pass rush

The NFL conditionally reinstated Randy Gregory from suspension yesterday. You're probably familiar with the name, as he's a former second-round pick out of Nebraska who had 16.5 sacks in just 23 college games. But you may also be wondering what the fuss is, considering his nondescript NFL career (just 1 sack in 14 career games).   more »

Trivia: July 18, 2018

The supplemental draft occurred last week. All-time, who are the only four players selected in the supplemental draft who later went over 1,000 receiving yards in at least one NFL season? answer »


Around the NFL: Cooks signs extension

The Rams are paying Brandin Cooks. Per published reports, he’s signed a five-year extension worth $80 million. But will he even be the most productive receiver on that roster?   more »


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