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Factoid: Ryan Tannehill

Tennessee moved Ryan Tannehill into the starting lineup, and he was one of the big surprise stories of 2019. As we move the halfway point of this season, it doesn’t look like he’ll be regressing anytime soon.  more »


Trivia: October 26, 2020

Who's the only player who's had 2 receptions of 70-plus yards this year? answer »

Andy Richardson: A Day of Football

It's Week 7, and offenses are still well ahead of defenses. Most of them anyway. Maybe it's a conditioning thing, but a whole lot of offenses are piling up yards and points late in games. You can't count on leads these days, not in the NFL and not in fantasy. Especially with the level that a lot of quarterbacks are playing at right now. We saw it all day (and night).   more »


Fantasy News: Justin Fields

Trevor Lawrence looks unusually secure as a No. 1 overall pick – a Manning-Luck-Elway kind of guy. But as well as Justin Fields played for Ohio State on Saturday, I wonder if it won’t be long before at least some scouts think he should be the first player chosen in the draft next spring.  more »


Around the NFL: Sunday morning injury updates

Games kick off in a couple of hours, and that in itself is good news -- no positive COVID tests around the league to possibly delay any of these games until Monday, Tuesday, or some Week 18. Here are some of the key developments being reported by NFL media types.   more »


Trivia: October 25, 2020

The Raiders hosts Tampa Bay tonight, giving Jon Gruden his first chance at getting some payback against the team that fired him. Gruden coached at Oakland in the ‘90s, then was the head coach of the Buccaneers team that defeated the Raiders in the Super Bowl played in January, 2003. Who are the only other two men who have been head coaches in Super Bowl games, competing against franchises where they had previously been head coaches in the Super Bowl era? answer »


NFL Injury Report: Saturday injuries

The Saturday injury report has been released, and there are some notable developments from Friday, with designations for some key players changing. Most notably, Jamison Crowder.  more »


Dynasty Leagues: Long-term RB rankings

What kind of long-term value the rookie running backs hold? There are a number of them that haven’t done much yet, but who look like they’re going to do a lot more in the future.  more »


24 Hours 'Til Sunday: Snapshot previews of all the games

Every Saturday morning, I'll take a quick look at all the week's games, offering my own brief take on what I think will happen, as well as touching on significant injury news since our Weekly came out. I'll check in every so often over the course of the day to answer lineup questions, too.  more »


Trivia: October 24, 2020

Who’s the only player who’s finished with more receiving yards in every game this season? This player started with only 15 yards back in Week 1, and he’s steadily built his way up to 122 yards in his last game, getting a little better in each game. He’s had his bye. answer »

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Fantasy Index Weekly: The Friday night Weekly supplement is available now

Get the revised rankings and team updates for Week 7 games...  more »

NFL Injury Report: The injury report compiled after Friday's practices is posted

Daily team-by-team injury reports published by the NFL media office. Click through to download the PDF edition. . . . Week 7 injury report - Friday edition   more »

Podcast: October 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 7 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »

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Factoid: Fumbling Zeke

Ezekiel Elliott has fumbled 5 times, losing 4 of them. He’s lost only one fewer fumble in his first six games than he lost in the first four years of his career. That’s weird.  more »


Andy Richardson: Thursday Night Recap

Where to start with this eyesore? The main thing I was left with was wondering how much of the Eagles Super Bowl win was Frank Reich. When Bill Belichick's coordinators leave for other jobs, you quickly realize he was the brains behind things. Seems like the opposite with Doug Pederson.   more »


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