Fantasy Football Sunday Scoop The Good news: we’ve reached the point of the season where we no longer have to worry about bye weeks! The bad news: Injuries are really starting to mount, and a significant crop of fantasy football talent already played during the three Turkey Day games. But
With the mediocre results from Bills’ wide outs even with Jackson, there might not be many games any of them will be worth a start. I wouldn’t advise dropping all of your Buffalo Bills, but with critical late season games upcoming for most leagues,
AFC Goal Line Gossip – Week 12 That’s it. No more bye weeks. Now you can just focus on matchups, injuries, weather, and the other factors that tend to keep owners awake late at night. Remember to activate any of your backs who will be participating in the Thanksgiving trilogy.
The Broncos have decided to waive Kyle Orton Tuesday which is odd and yet convenient after the Bears have lost Jay Cutler for what looks like the rest of the season and are in desperate need of a single caller.
Did you follow that advice about starting Kevin Smith in week 12? Of course not. Nobody, anywhere was suggesting that about the fourth year back who only produced 256 total yards during the entire 2010 season, and just 29 during his 2011 debut in week 10.
The Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reports that Bears Jay Cutler will miss 6-8 weeks after he undergoes surgery on the thumb. Much like the Texans, the Bears now need to plan for the remaining games without ruining their respected lead and record. Caleb Hanie will now get the start for the
This is not what the city of Philadelphia anticipated heading into the 2011 NFL season. Charging into the latter half the year, the former NFC East champs find themselves at rock bottom this year. With a less than stellar record of 3-6 and fighting to stay alive as a team plagued by injury,
Houston is a top four rushing team in the league, which takes pressure off of Leinart, yet opens up the field for him as it did for Matt Schaub. Schaub turned the play action across the field pass for a touchdown into a play that everyone tried in Madden 2012
The Jets will be rolling their eyes at any sort of college option offense tonight. You can bet that even after a little success the Broncos will look foolish forcing a one-week wonder offensive scheme on prime time TV. I like many fantasy New York Jets…
Amazing that we are entering the 11th week of the NFL season, and there are still so many teams that are difficult to figure out. Most the time this late into the season fans and pick’em experts have a pretty good idea of who’s who. The 2011 season has been hardly an open book.