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.
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.
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.