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Gary Wiepert/Associated Press Giovani Bernard is still sharing time with BenJarvus Green-Ellis, but has played more snaps than him in every week. Some first-round picks have slipped behind undrafted players, and fantasy owners need to take notice...
FOX Sports' Joel Beall tells you what you need to know for this weekend's games. The Fantasy Basement is a weekly piece that provides fantasy advice on lineup calls, sleepers, waiver-wire moves and rookie spotlights, along with the occasional ramble
Tell us When Joseph Randle's name comes up, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett sometimes has to hold back a bit of a smile...A 21-year-old from Oklahoma State, whose confidence in his football skills but baffling inability to remember the words to a
Must read If your team is poised for a playoff berth, be very wary of your own greed and that last group. For example, a playoff bound owner might consider trading hobbled Lions receiver Calvin Johnson for say New England emerging star Julian Edelman.
While injuries wreak havoc on N.F.L. teams and fantasy teams, they can also create opportunity. As you will see below, some players will have a chance to break out in Week 7, while others who have performed well in the past but who have been injured
With Dez Bryant, Justin Blackmon and Josh Stewart piling up receiving yards in recent seasons, it was sometimes easy to forget that Oklahoma State also had dynamic playmakers in its backfield. But there is no denying that former workhorse running
The immediate answer, after the Dallas Cowboys packed up and left town Friday afternoon, was a quick side trip to Arizona where the Cowboys play exhibition game No...And then it's on to the house, arriving back at D/FW tomorrow night, and training
Tell us Five sweet moves Barry Church is becoming known as the Cowboys' candy expert all of a sudden. His painful encounter with a Jolly Rancher this week led to a missed practice and a trip to the dentist. And now, he has an offer for a season's
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Dallas running back Phillip Tanner was virtually phased out of the Cowboys' offense in the second half of the 2012 season. The former Dallas Kimball High School standout's role was reduced, in sharp contrast to
Texas Joseph Randle had to wait 151 picks to hear his name during the NFL draft. The former Oklahoma State running back and Wichita native has almost no chance to start for the Dallas Cowboys because of DeMarco Murray, the Oklahoma Sooner in front of