Adam Wolf digs into the waning years of the Drew Brees era.
Adam Wolf takes a look at seven complementary players who could be late-round fantasy difference-makers this season.
Adam Wolf examines which first-year international players you should be keeping an eye on this fantasy season.
Jusuf Nurkic's ADP is outside of the top 100 on most draft host sites, but he's one of several late-round sleepers RotoWire NBA Editor Adam Wolf is keeping an eye on.
Adam Wolf examines DraftKings' five-game Monday/Tuesday slate for Olympic basketball and spotlights potential value plays, including Team USA's Paul George.
NBA Senior Editor Adam Wolf, with help from the RW NBA Staff, provides outlooks for NBA draft picks 21-30.
NBA Senior Editor Adam Wolf, with help from the RW NBA Staff, provides outlooks for NBA draft picks 11-20.
Adam Wolf and James Anderson break down the top 10 picks of the 2016 NBA Draft.
The NBA Trade Deadline on Thursday could mix things up for fantasy players, but Kyrie Irving looks set for a big night regardless of whether the Bulls change things up.
The Cavaliers are one of eight teams playing the second half of a back-to-back Saturday, but Kevin Love should be relatively fresh after playing only 30 minutes Friday, and makes for a stable DFS pillar while he continues to crank out double-doubles.
James Harden is off to a horrific start, but Adam Wolf is hoping he'll get back on track Monday.
The NBA tips off Tuesday night, and RotoWire's Adam Wolf says Stephen Curry is the superstar to lead fantasy lineups on DraftKings.
Adam Wolf breaks down Tuesday's season-opening Yahoo slate where Cleveland's J.R. Smith combines threes and steals better than just about anyone.
Adam Wolf and lead MMA writer Jon Litterine discuss potential values on DraftKings for Saturday's UFC 190. Is Ronda Rousey a must-play?
After a disappointing season that resulted in an an overhaul at the top of the organization, new head coach John Fox and new GM Ryan Pace come to Chicago looking to turn things around quickly. Will Fox and OC Adam Gase be the duo to reach Jay Cutler?
The Rockies did little to address their pitching needs in the offseason, and thus, expectations are low even with Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez approaching full health. Is the end of an era near in Colorado?
With star center Ryan Getzlaf still thriving and an ever-improving corps of young talent dotting the roster, the Ducks appear in good shape to sustain long-term success.
In the season debut of the Daily Puck, RotoWire's Adam Wolf spotlights John Tavares and the Islanders, who will look to give fans a happy send-off in their final season on Long Island.
Indians left-hander T.J. House hasn't gotten the publicity of Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco, but his late-season success has helped the Tribe remain on the edge of the Wild Card race.
After going M.I.A. for three months while recovering from a broken hand, the Diamondbacks' A.J. Pollock has burst back on the scene in September, picking up where he left off in May.
The second base spot has been mostly a dearth of offense for the Giants this season, but rookie Joe Panik's recent surge has turned the position from a weakness to a strength.
In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.
Jorge Soler is the latest of the Cubs' hot-hitting prospects to reach the majors.
Since joining the Cubs in July, Tsuyoshi Wada (along with Kyle Hendricks) has helped the North Siders transition easily from the losses of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel.
The newly-recalled Rymer Liriano could give Padres fans something to get excited about as the team plays out the string on another losing season.
He may not be Byron Buxton or Miguel Sano, but Kennys Vargas is a Minnesota hitting prospect worth your attention.
The Colorado rotation is often a place where good pitchers go to die, but lefty Brett Anderson is doing his best to rewrite that narrative.
Josh Reddick's back-to-back disabled list trips looked like a major blow for the Athletics, but Stephen Vogt has added stability to right field, while occasionally seeing time behind the plate.
His supporting cast may be brutal, but Padres right-hander Jesse Hahn has managed to reel off four wins and a 1.95 ERA over five starts since joining the rotation.
Gavin Floyd's return to the disabled list opens up a rotation spot for Alex Wood, who probably didn't deserve to lose his starting job in the first place.