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.
Where does the time go? We are now in Week 8 of the NFL season and the calendar will be turning to November. It feels like just yesterday we were obsessing over what order Arian Foster, Ray Rice and LeSean McCoy would get drafted. Now two months into the season, your fantasy teams are probably in turmoil with injuries and bye weeks. The hits just keep on coming as more key players could be missing time and sending your roster into a frenzy. 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.
Worst time of the year for injuries, no doubt. The fantasy regular season is coming to a close and we’re just about to start the playoffs. Last week’s games had their fair share of key injuries and the impact on your Week 12 lineup has been immense. With trade deadlines having passed, you’re going to have to do some serious roster maneuvering to keep your championship hopes alive, and learning from the latest injury updates is the best place to start. Let’s get to it this week…
This is it. Week 12 is coming and it’s now or never. For some, the playoffs are actually beginning this week and for others, it’s do or die at the end of your regular season. Every game is a must-win now and there’s no time to let up. So what’s the best way to get your prep work started for the week? Yup. That’s right. Time to get on that injury report and see what went down in Week 11 and how certain injuries will affect your Week 12 lineup. Let’s get to it…
Another week, another load of injuries in the NFL. Yet again there were many guys who went down who play significant roles on your team. The Green Bay Packers are getting all too familiar with this list, as are the St. Louis Rams. Quarterbacks are the most represented this week, but a couple of significant running backs are here as well as one of the best young tight ends. In most cases there will be further news later this week, so keep it here at Fantasy Alarm for all the best news on injuries. And of course, sign up for the Fantasy Alarm service to get all of the updates right to your phone or email.
Michael Vick has been diagnosed with a rib cartilage injury and is not only day to day, but week to week. Vick was crunched down by the goal line as he tried to score a touchdown. I’m not sure how you can be day to day AND week to week, which to me means right now I have to figure he isn’t playing next Sunday against San Francisco. They are still being fairly vague about exactly what this injury is, which makes me even more concerned about what it might be. Figure that Kevin Kolb will be under center in Week 5, and quite possibly longer than that.