Adam Harris is a content producer and anchor at 670 The Score. He attended the University of Illinois and covered the Illini men’s basketball and football teams for three years. Adam has covered the White Sox, Cubs, Blackhawks and Bulls at various times throughout his seven-year career at The Score. Adam has reported on various special events for The Score as well, including the 2012 Ryder Cup and the Chicago Marathon in 2011 and 2012. Adam is a fantasy football expert for the station and hosts a fantasy show every Sunday morning on 670TheScore.com during the NFL season. Follow him on Twitter @AHarris670.
Oh, the high and lows of a down-to-the-wire fantasy football playoff matchup.
The fantasy playoffs are a dog-eat-dog world. Treat them as such.
Here are some innovative ideas to spice up your fantasy leagues.
LeSean McCoy, Vernon Davis, Keenan Allen and Jimmy Graham — you’ve cost us wins.
If you have the flexibility, taking a gamble on Josh Gordon and/or Adrian Peterson is worth it.
It’s time to buy low on Matthew Stafford — and even Calvin Johnson, if that’s possible.
It’s never too early to start thinking about the fantasy football playoffs.
Where did all the running backs go who consistently scored 10 points?
Not since LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006 has a running back been so much better than his position-mates.
The Bears will make a point to get Marshall the ball, and he’s too talented not to shine.
Jackson or Spiller? Asiata or McKinnon? Bell or Bush? Adam Harris has answers.
Here’s what to do with the likes of Demaryius Thomas, Jamaal Charles, Eddie Lacy and LeSean McCoy.
Some names to chase: Knile Davis, Danny Woodhead, Khiry Robinson and Kirk Cousins.
Don’t get cute with lineup decisions early in the year; let the trends evolve.
To win nowadays, you need to hit it big with a high-potential guy somewhere.
Target the top receivers and possibly one of the top three quarterbacks if you’re picking late.
Check out a handy chart that shows when to go for value and potential over need.
The NFC West defenses limit the value of the division’s offensive weapons.
I am all in on this Patriot team, and I suggest you do the same thing.
I have a dilemma that I think speaks to many fantasy teams out there.