Pulling in a couple of fantasy thoughts from the Twitterverse:
Archive for November, 2010
Adrian Petersonis seeing a heavy workload in interim coach Leslie Frazier’s first game at the helm of the Vikings, but it has to be cause for concern that the running back limped off the field with an apparent right ankle injury at FedEx Field.
Browns RB Peyton Hillis has done it all this year, why not have him throw a touchdown pass?
The first injury to come across the news desk Sunday is out of Buffalo, where Bills starting DE Dwan Edwards has left the game against the Steelers with a hamstring problem.
The Albert Haynesworth saga took another surprising turn Sunday.
Veteran DE John Abraham, who leads the Falcons with eight sacks this season, is active for Sunday’s NFC showdown with the Packers.
Vikings WR Bernard Berrian will not play against the Redskins on Sunday.
Kerry Collins is active for the Titans and will back up rookie QB Rusty Smith, who will make his first NFL start Sunday against the Texans.
Steelers DE Brett Keisel has been ruled out of Sunday’s game with the Buffalo Bills. The team downgraded Keisel’s status to questionable with a calf injury Saturday.
Browns WR/KR Josh Cribbs is active for Sunday’s meeting with the Panthers.
The Jaguars will have their two top offensive weapons Sunday against the Giants.
Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith told NFL Network insider Steve Wyche that DE John Abraham, who’s been nursing a groin injury, will play vs. Green Bay and ‘hopefully’ get his normal reps.
In the latest installment of Put Up Your Dukes, Jamie Dukes calls out both Jeff Fisher, Vince Young and Brad Childress, but dishes out some cool points to Roy Williams of the Cowboys.
Posted: Friday, November 26th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Antonio Gates, Austin Collie, Blair White, Indianapolis Colts, Jacob Tamme, Legedu Naanee, Malcom Floyd, Mike Tolbert, Patrick Crayton, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Randy McMichael, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Vincent Jackson
The Colts and Chargers will play in one of those proverbial games where you cannot tell the players without a program. Or at least both team’s receivers.
Panthers RB Mike Goodson topped 100 rushing yards in two consecutive weeks and pumped some life into the morbid running game that had become stagnant for Carolina this season. Now he is splitting carries.