The Seahawks' passing game is starting to heat up just as the Vikings' pass defense has taken a step back. Here's a look at one key matchup.
Provided he can stay healthy for once, Seahawks WR Sidney Rice just might provide some serious fantasy pop.
Peyton Manning has the inside track on winning 2012 NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors, but here are some long-shot candidates.
William Del Pilar updates you on some of the offseason injuries to wide receivers stand and how they might affect fantasy owners entering 2012.
The likelihood of James Casey starting at fullback for Houston may prove to be a mistake, according to PFW's Whispers.
While the Seahawks still have huge expectations for Sidney Rice, we hear fellow WR Mike Williams is going to have to prove himself all over again.
The Seahawks will place Sidney Rice on injured reserve, head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday. To take his spot on the roster, the team promoted LB Mike Morgan from the practice squad.
Seattle's hopes of winning a third consecutive game for the first time in four years went up in a smoke in a 23-17 loss that was demoralizing, to say the least.
If Seattle's ugly shutout loss to the Steelers in Week Two wasn't bad enough, injuries to expensive free-agent pickups Sidney Rice and Robert Gallery have only made matters worse.
Who will be the WR busts in fantasy football this season? William Del Pilar offers up some possibilities, as well as some overvalued wideouts.
Here's a look at the Vikings' current skill-position players from a fantasy perspective.
Pro Football Weekly takes a look at five players rebounding from injury that could make a major impact next season.
The Seahawks highlighted a second-straight hectic day on the personnel front with the high-profile free-agent addition of WR Sidney Rice.
The Seahawks have nabbed the best wide receiver still available, reportedly agreeing to a five-year deal with WR Sidney Rice.
The Bears are expected to pursue a wide receiver in free agency and there's plenty of chatter about who their top target should be.