He's going to command a high pick for a relatively unproven
player, but it's nice to know Bronco RB C.J. Anderson
has a really nice schedule in 2015. Check out John Hansen's
exhaustive analysis of all 32 team's matchups in our
2015 SOS Analysis
Lonely at the Top
When healthy, no one comes close to Patriot TE Rob Gronkowski, as evidenced by him winding up #1 at the position by 30+ points in 2014.
He leads the way once again, as we calculate all the numbers for nearly 750 players in our first look at the
2015 Season Projections (Updated, 5/20)
The Chargers were in desperate need of help at RB, so it was no surprise to see them take Melvin Gordon,
and his combination of talent and opportunity makes him the top rookie back for 2015. Check out our analysis and rankings of this year's rookies in our annual Post-Draft Rookie Report (Updated, 5/13)
We were already calling Ryan Tannehill one of the big winners of the off-season, but his situation improved even more after the Dolphins used their top pick to select WR DeVante Parker.
We analyze Tannehill's ascension and the rest of the fantasy marketplace in the
Post-Draft Stock Watch
The TE position hasn't been easy to predict, but we know talent when we see it, which is why we're very high on Travis Kelce
going forward. We rank all the skill players based on age, talent, and opportunity in our