Ryan Mathews out, Keenan Allen doubtful for Chargers
The Chiefs won't have Alex Smith on Sunday against San Diego, but the Chargers have problems of their own. RB Ryan Mathews (ankle) has been ruled out while WR Keenan Allen (collarbone) is doubtful.
Chargers keep playoff hopes alive with wild OT victory
Philip Rivers led the Chargers to a furious comeback victory over the 49ers in overtime. Will Saturday's overtime thriller save San Diego's season?
Week 7 viewer's guide
A fresh set of games are upon us and Kevin Patra has got you covered with all the Week 7 action, including the 49ers-Broncos showdown. Sit back and enjoy the latest edition of the viewer's guide.
Week 6 viewer's guide
Eli Manning and Nick Foles face off in an NFC East grudge match Sunday night. What should you be watching for? Kevin Patra has your key storylines for all the Week 6 games.
Injury roundup: Arian Foster, MJD out
Sunday in the NFL started with some surprising injury news for the fantasy football faithful involving Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew. Catch up on all the biggest injury news here.
Arian Foster out for Houston Texans vs. N.Y. Giants
Arian Foster won't play when the Houston Texans visit the New York Giants on Sunday, NFL Media's Kimberly Jones reported. The running back is dealing with a hamstring injury after 55 carries the first two weeks.
Bill O'Brien: Arian Foster will get 'bulk' of playing time
Arian Foster is coming off back surgery and a hamstring injury. However, coach Bill O'Brien said he plans to ride the veteran running back in Week 1 and most of this season.
Early AFC depth charts provide fantasy insight
Our look at way-too-early depth charts continues, this time focusing on the AFC. Once again, little is written in stone, but there is much to be learned. Find out the most important storylines here.
Baltimore Ravens aren't finished adding running backs
The Ravens haven't abandoned their quest to add bodies to a backfield that leaned on Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce in 2013. Albert Breer, however, notes Baltimore might be looking for a new bell-cow.
Big-name NFL veterans still looking for a job
The first wave of NFL free agency is over, leaving players like Josh Freeman and Jermichael Finley looking for work at drastically reduced prices -- if they can get it at all.
Free agency primer: Top 10 running backs
Ben Tate and Darren McFadden are among the running backs on the free-agent market. Will teams view either of these rushers as long-term solutions? Marc Sessler breaks down the position.
Offseason Forecast: San Diego Chargers
The San Diego Chargers must add speedy playmakers on both sides of the ball in 2014. Our offseason forecast prescribes weapons behind Keenan Allen and Ryan Mathews.
Colts must place offense in Andrew Luck's hands
A series of mistakes taught the Indianapolis Colts an important lesson in Monday night's loss at San Diego. Does coordinator Pep Hamilton need to put the offense back in Andrew Luck's hands?
Michigan QB Devin Gardner playing with more confidence
Michigan's Devin Gardner played a mistake-free game last week against Minnesota. His offensive coordinator referenced NFL quarterback Jason Campbell when explaining why.
Weekly rankings: Jordan Cameron second to one
The fantasy tight end spot has been pretty tumultuous this season. So maybe it shouldn't be a surprise that Jordan Cameron has risen up Adam Rank's rankings.
Going Deep: Third-down RBs have added value
A good running back is a fantasy joy. But a good third-down running back is a true fantasy treasure. Marcas Grant explains in this week's Going Deep.
Use the Player Comparison Tool to help you win a title!
Use the Player Comparison Tool to help you win a title! Take a look at some comparisons of whom to draft between starters you'll find in the later rounds of your drafts!
Mike McCoy: Ryan Mathews 'the guy' for Chargers
Ryan Mathews hasn't been the player many expected when the San Diego Chargers drafted him in 2011, but coach Mike McCoy says Mathews still has a chance to fulfill his vast potential.
Ryan Mathews not viewed as Chargers' three-down RB
Ryan Mathews recently acknowledged that he's been "just an average back" in the NFL. Have the San Diego Chargers altered how they view the former first-round pick?