Welcome to the first edition of the 2013 Fantasy Football Injury Report. As always, we will take a look at the key injuries of the week and what impact it will have on your fantasy football teams. With fantasy football draft season upon us, these pre-season injuries can wreak havoc on your strategy. Training camps just opened and already we have seen a rash of injuries that will certainly impact your draft strategy. So, without further adieu, here is the 2013 debut edition of the Fantasy Football walking wounded.
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.
One interesting aspect about this week’s Injury Report is that it is not as star-studded as it has been thus far this season. That doesn’t lessen the impact that these injuries have on your team, but you should be able to get by this week assuming you have accumulated depth on your roster. So without further adieu, here is the Week 6 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
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.
It’s hard to believe but we are already up to Week 3 of the NFL season. There have been lots of injuries thus far despite the new rules regarding pre-season workouts and an increased emphasis on players’ safety. So without further adieu, here is the Week 3 edition of the walking wounded for fantasy football.
Time again to get the latest injury updates and get those lineups set for the weekend. We’ve already got one game in the books after the Raiders big win over the Chargers and fantasy owners are chomping at the bit as the playoffs are near. As always, we’ll take a look at the last injury report and the effects on this week’s games and from there see if there’s more ground to cover. And don’t forget to check back first thing Saturday morning for the official Week 10 NFL injury report. Let’s get to it…
It’s time for your weekly damage assessment again. No way can you go through a week’s worth of games and not have some injuries to report, right? Thankfully, there aren’t too many to report, but there are some that are significant. Some will obviously have a more lengthy impact than others, but you should stay on top of each and every one to make sure anything that could possibly impact your roster or affect your road to the championship. Here’s what the injury report looks like post-Week 8.
The injury report gets more important each week now as we creep ever closer to the fantasy playoffs. Now is the time that you HATE to see your players show up in this article. The status of Hakeem Nicks and Vince Young lead the way as well as who might not be able to go on Thanksgiving. When will Tony Romo be back? Will Ryan Torain be back in Week 12? Who the hell is going to quarterback for the Browns this week? Does it matter if Brandon Marshall is injured or not? Read on and find out and of course don't forget that you need the Fantasy Alarm service as you can't afford to start a player who isn't going to play as we get into December.