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1dMike Clay

Fantasy intel for all 32 NFL teams ahead of Week 3

How to value Giovani Bernard, Matt Breida, Tyler Boyd and many more. Mike Clay has the info you need to make fantasy football decisions in Week 3.

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Fantasy football Week 3 rankings

Fantasy football rankings from Matthew Berry, Field Yates, Mike Clay, Eric Karabell, Stephania Bell and Tristan H. Cockcroft for Week 3.

Gordon may have high trade value in fantasy (0:49)
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2dEric Karabell

What to do after David Johnson's slow start

Week 2 in the NFL brought more eye-opening performances, both good and bad. Eric Karabell provides his takeaways on the top fantasy football storylines.

Wilson unstartable in Week 2? (0:59)
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7dTristan H. Cockcroft

2016-18 Consistency Ratings

The consistency ratings weigh both how consistent as well as how start-worthy players have been in ESPN fantasy football leagues from 2016 to '18.

Stephania says Rodgers' injury could linger for months (1:46)
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Fantasy football mock draft: 12-team PPR

Our ESPN Fantasy writers league conducted its draft, which serves as the perfect final "mock" for you to take into consideration as you plan for your own drafts.

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26dFantasy staff

Fantasy football mock draft: 12-team non-PPR

It's dress-rehearsal week in the NFL, which means fantasy drafts are in full swing. Before you draft, check out our latest mock, which includes 12 experts and uses the classic non-PPR format.

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Fantasy football cheat sheet central

A collection of downloadable, printable cheat sheets for the 2018 fantasy football season, including PPR, non-PPR and dynasty/keeper leagues.

Streaming now on E+: The Fantasy Show

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  • Catch up on 'The Fantasy Show'

    ESPN Senior Fantasy Analyst Matthew Berry and his unconventional cast of characters aim to make fantasy football players smarter and help them win their leagues with a mix of news and analysis.