It is hard to believe we are already at Week 6. The injuries continue to mount and fantasy GM’s continue to juggle their rosters. There were some big time injuries this week including some devastating news at the wide receiver position. So without further adieu, here is the Week 6 edition of the Fantasy Football walking wounded.
The calendar has turned to October which means critical decisions must be made about your fantasy teams. By now you know what you have and where you need to improve. And you also have probably been dealing with injuries to some of your key players. That is why it is so important to accumulate depth at the skill positions so you can withstand injuries coupled with bye weeks. So without further adieu, here is the Week 5 edition of the Fantasy Football walking wounded.
Finally, the preseason games are in the rearview mirror and we are about ready for kickoff of the regular season. Most of the fantasy football drafting is over, so now it is a matter of being ready to set your lineups. So without further adieu, here is the final preseason edition of the Fantasy Football walking wounded.
Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of the walking wounded in the NFL. We are now at a critical time in all fantasy football leagues as the playoffs are right around the corner and trade deadlines have likely come and gone. With such little quality available on the waiver wire, now is the time you are hopefully reaping the benefits of acquiring depth at the skill positions because chances are you are affected somehow by an injury or two. So without further adieu, here is the Week 12 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
It was a rough to be a quarterback in the NFL. We saw an incredible four QB’s go down with injuries which could have major implications in your league. Also, we have reached the point of the year where many leagues’ trade deadlines are approaching so now is the time to make your move and set yourself up for the playoffs. Having depth on your roster is critical because you are just one injury away from being rendered into fantasy oblivion. So without further adieu, here is the Week 11 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
After hurricanes and blizzards, we have finally reached Week 10 of the NFL season where the players play for pay (thanks Mike Francesa). Your fantasy league’s playoffs are already around the corner so you should be fully prepared to make your move in the standings right now. Injuries continue to wreak havoc on everyone’s rosters, but the good news is that there are only two weeks left where teams have byes. This should help expand the pool of available free agents who can step in for you. So without further adieu, here is the Week 8 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.
Well that Jets/Broncos game was a fantasy nightmare even though Willis McGahee owners got the news that he would play after being questionable. You know it’s a bad night when Tim Tebow leads the scoring. In any event, that’s a diatribe for another column. Today we’re talking about injuries heading into Week 11 and how they will likely affect your fantasy football team. As always, we’ll start with the notable casualties from Week 10 and go on from there. And don’t forget to check back early Saturday morning for the official NFL Week 11 injury report.
Well now this was certainly a week of pain for fantasy owners, no? There’s going to be a feeding frenzy on your league’s waiver wire after so many players got bit by the injury bug in Week 7, so I hope you haven’t wasted your position. Hard to say who is going to be available as it all depends on your individual league’s style of play, but after this week, that wire is going to be picked clean. Here’s a look at the most notable injuries from this past week’s game with some notes on who to seek out either on waivers or in a potential trade…
It is the final week of the regular season and although most leagues are finished now, there are still some playing for their championship this week. There are so many factors going into this last week as far as who has what playoff seed locked up and if teams are going to rest their star players. This final injury report isn't going to cover those who are just going to be rested unless that comes with being injured. You really have to be careful now with teams who might give their stars a try and take them out after a quarter or a half. Perhaps a guy you know is going to get full playing time will be better even if he isn't as talented. Good luck to all of you in this final week and we love to hear about your successes in your leagues this year. Email me at email@example.com with any questions, comments, or stories from your fantasy football season!