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.
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.
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.
The fantasy playoffs are here and I bet that some teams are sitting home this week after some of your studs that helped you get there either disappeared or were unable to finish the game. It is impossible not to acknowledge the streak of Brett Favre coming to an end, and his protégé Aaron Rodgers left with a concussion the same week. There is plenty of news on guys who will be returning, might not come back at all this season, and of course those who weren't able to stay on the field to the final gun. Of course, if you have any questions or feedback you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I guarantee a response within 18 hours.
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.