We are now another week closer to the regular season which means we saw the starters play a little more in the latest pre-season games. That is good news and bad news for many. The good news is that we can gauge who will be anointed the starters for many teams, but it also means that key players are susceptible to injuries which will continue to wreak havoc on draft boards. You should note that I did not include Mark Sanchez in this week’s edition because he is not fantasy relevant in any capacity. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the Fantasy Football walking wounded.
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.
A full slate of games this past week; something we haven’t seen since Week 4 of the season. And with a full slate of games comes a full slate of injuries, once again. So as we get ready to wrap up the fantasy football regular season and prepare for the playoffs, let’s take a look at some of the injuries from Week 10 and how they are going to affect us in the coming weeks. I’ll warn you….we’ve got some serious ones here, so get your waiver trigger finger ready. Here’s what went down on the field the last two days…
Time again to start sifting through the injury report to get your lineup set for the weekend. Let’s go over who got knocked around during last week’s games and then we’ll hit some of the other bumps and bruises reported during this week’s practices. As always, check back later tonight or first thing Saturday morning for the official NFL Week 7 Injury Report posted at the end of this article.
On the bright side, there really weren’t a whole lot of injuries reported after the Week 6 games. Usually there’s a laundry list of names to go through, but today’s is, thankfully, going to run a little short. Still, there are some that could have a strong impact on your fantasy roster moving forward. Here’s a look at who took it on the chin this week and what it means to fantasy football owners moving forward.
Time to check those injury reports and get your lineup squared away for the weekend. We’ll start with a look back at Tuesday’s injury report and see which guys were banged up and are relevant to us here in Week 6. For those that have bye weeks, we’ll leave them be until after the weekend. After that, we’ll see if there’s anything new.
Another week and another laundry list of injuries here. Week 5 has come and gone and, once again, fantasy owners are sprinting to their waiver wire looking for help. The good news is that we haven’t heard of any debilitating injuries just yet, but even the day to day bumps and bruises can force you into lineups adjustments you’d prefer not to make. Here’s the latest from the NFL’s Week 5 triage unit…