A quarter of the season is gone already and it is time to re-evaluate your fantasy team. You have likely dealt with some injuries which have wreaked havoc on your roster. This is where you separate yourselves from the rest by being aggressive and creative on the waiver wire to grab those no-names who come out of nowhere and emerge as viable replacements for your household name players. So without further adieu, here is the Week 4 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
Now that the Cowboys and Giants kicked off the 2012 season, we are primed and ready to go for the rest of opening day in the NFL. As always, injuries will play a major factor for all NFL teams and fantasy owners. This year has been especially tough on running backs as several big names had major injuries or are coming back from them. So without further adieu, here is the Week 1 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
Given the fact that most leagues exclude Week 17 from their fantasy playoff calendar, this is Championship Week, baby!! This is it. You’ve worked hard all season long to get to this point so it makes no sense to sit back on your laurels now. It’s time to start your work for the week now, and what better place to start than the injury report. Here’s a rundown of the latest casualties from Week 15 and then we’ll also take a quick look at some of the other situations you should monitor this week as we get ready for the games to begin.
Relatively speaking, it was an easy week for fantasy owners as the NFL’s fourth week wrapped up without too many impact injuries. Through the first three weeks, it seemed like this season was headed for disaster, but as players are getting more work in and putting the short pre-season behind them, fantasy owners should be able to breathe a little easier. That being said, there are still some significant bumps and bruises to keep tabs on, and for some, it might be time to get that waiver trigger finger working. Here’s what went down…