The third Sunday of NFL play shed some light on how the teams stack up. Here’s how I see it …
Archive for September, 2009
Three games into the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are making a change at quarterback, as Josh Johnson was named the team’s starter on Monday over veteran Byron Leftwich.
Posted: Sunday, September 27th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Chad Pennington, frank gore, Shawne Merriman, Albert Haynesworth, Laurence Maroney, Week 3 injuries, Marc Bulger, Donte Whitner, Vince Wilfork, James Butler, Cortland Finnegan, Sean Considine, Dwight Freeney, Tank Johnson, Leon Hall, Laurent Robinson, Bryan Scott, Demetrius Bell, Leodis McKelvin, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Vincent Fuller, Nick Roach
Chad Pennington, Shawne Merriman and Frank Gore were among the key players who sustained injuries in Week 3.
Welcome back to the fantasy world, Pierre Thomas!
Posted: Sunday, September 27th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags:
Drew Brees is being held in check by the league’s 31st-ranked pass defense. Wow.
Dolphins QB Chad Pennington was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Chargers with a right shoulder injury and didn’t return. Chad Henne, who was listed as the Dolphins’ No. 3 QB, replaced Pennington, who was 8-of-12 passing for 54 yards before he left the game.
NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports 49ers RB Frank Gore suffered a high ankle strain on Sunday and is likely to miss at least the next two games, according to a league source.
Glen Coffee will be a hot name on the fantasy waiver wire in Week 4.
Willie Parker is on his way to a nice stat line in Week 3.
Brett Favre’s last-second miracle pass made his good stat line great for fantasy owners.
Lions RB Kevin Smith hasn’t returned following a shoulder injury, giving Maurice Morris and Aaron Brown the bulk of the workload against the Redskins.
Maurice Jones-Drew is putting up huge numbers for fantasy owners, one of the top fantasy storylines so far in Week 3.
A good bit of news for the Redskins in their game against the Lions today: Injured DT Albert Haynesworth has returned.
The New England Patriots are missing two injured starters against the Falcons, as NT Vince Wilfork and RB Laurence Maroney are questionable to return to the game with injuries.