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By C.D. Carter on April 14, 2014
Nick Foles
There exists an intractable psychological barrier for many fantasy footballers: Quarterbacks are important, quarterbacks get shoe deals and become the face of the franchise and win Super Bowls. Quarterbacks are unflinching field generals. Therefore I need to invest heavily in a quarterback for my fantasy football team. I need that elite signal caller.
By John Paulsen on April 9, 2014
Free agency isn’t yet over — it never really ends, does it? — but the vast majority of the top names have found homes, so we can start to sift through the signings and start to project how the top players will fare in 2014.
By Bob Harris on April 5, 2014
The Fantasy Notebook has already rolled through the south -- as in the NFC South and AFC South. This week, it's time to go west. As in the AFC West. While there's been no shortage of interesting fantasy football fodder across the league, the AFC West has been especially busy.
By Bob Harris on March 29, 2014
That's right, it's time to crank up the ol' Notebook and continue our division-by-division tour of the NFL from a fantasy football perspective. We got things going last week with a look at the AFC South; this week, we'll look at the NFC South.  
By John Paulsen on March 23, 2014
There's a simple equation that I keep in mind when evaluating players and situations from a fantasy perspective: Talent + Opportunity = Success There are other variables like competition, durability, work ethic, character, and giving a damn, but talent and opportunity are the two biggest components to fantasy success.
By Bob Harris on March 22, 2014
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends. Really. It's called the NFL and I'll kindly remind fantasy football owners who haven't been paying attention (coma? lost at sea?) that the fun doesn't end with the Super Bowl. In fact, the fun doesn't end. Ever. Because there is no offseason.
By John Paulsen on March 11, 2014
Free agency begins today (Tuesday) at 4 p.m. EST. Be sure to check this page throughout the week for a summary of all of the big news along with our take on how each signing will impact your fantasy team. 
By C.D. Carter on March 4, 2014
Raw fantasy points have a place in our little game, especially in the opening weeks of the NFL season. To rely heavily on those raw numbers throughout the season, however, is a grave mistake. It’s a mistake I didn’t know I was making until two short years ago, when I first turned to 4for4’s unique take on how much fantasy production defenses were allowing to quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends.
By John Paulsen on February 19, 2014
During the season, it’s a question I get often on Sunday mornings. Fantasy owners want to know if they should bench a certain player due to extreme cold. The short answer: No, cold temperatures have very little (if any) bearing on the total points scored in a game. Since actual (real-world) points scored and fantasy points scored have a relatively high correlation, cold temperatures should not significantly impact fantasy production on Sundays.
By John Paulsen on February 14, 2014
Welcome to the fourth and final installment of my 2014 Never-Too-Early Rankings. (No, I will not be ranking kickers just yet.) Be sure to check out the quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers rankings as well.