One of the most unenviable places to be this morning — other than standing next to the shirtless Eagles fan like Jason La Canfora did during Fantasy Live — was sitting in front of your computer trying to decide to play Ray Rice or not.
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Pierre Thomas was limited in practice on Friday and is considered a game-day decision. Obviously, game-day decisions are terrible for many reasons, which we have discussed before. And Thomas is i no better position than Jahvid Best, Ray Rice or Steven Jackson.
Athletes always contend that toe injuries are some of the most painful ailments to overcome. And while it’s not a sexy appendage to brag about injuring — notice Keanu Reeves never talks glowingly about injuring his toe during his inspirational speech to his teammates during The Replacements — this can be extremely troublesome for the fantasy enthusiasts.
With a number of big-name players facing injuries this week, here’s a one-stop shop for the latest updates as the news cycle comes to a close on Thursday.
In a week where running back injuries are rampant, Kenneth Darby could have some fantasy appeal.
Even if Ray Rice is able to play this weekend, he’s a definite risk in fantasy leagues.
Ravens RB Ray Rice did not practice this on Wednesday, which raise the concern level of fantasy enthusiasts everywhere. Rice has an extensive bruise on his knee, but did walk around the locker room without a limp.
A lot of fantasy enthusiasts who picked at the top of the draft this year are facing a rather troubling dilemma with guys like Maurice Jones-Drew and Ray Rice who have failed to produce top-pick points. And now what do you do with them? You have spent too high of a draft pick to bench them and there is little to no trade value with them now.
Posted: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Aaron Curry, Brad Childress, Cory Redding, Fred Taylor, Jahvid Best, Jamar Williams, Jason McCourty, John St. Clair, John Sullivan, Louis Vasquez, Marcus Trufant, O.J. Atogwe, Ray Rice, Shawne Merriman, Stephen Peterman, Steve Spagnuolo, Steven Jackson, Tracy Porter, Visanthe Shiancoe, Week 3 injuries 2010
A roundup of injury updates from Week 3.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that Ray Rice didn’t sustain ligament damage in his injured knee.
Posted: Thursday, August 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Alex Barron, Amari Spievey, Antoine Winfield, Asher Allen, Cam Cameron, Channing Crowder, Chris Cook, Colt McCoy, Cornelius Ingram, Frank Tadych, Glenn Dorsey, James Hardy, Kansas City Chiefs, Lito Sheppard, Quentin Moses, Ray Rice, Robert Brewster, Todd Haley, Trent Edwards, Troy Polamalu, Tyson Jackson, Wallace Gilberry
Chiefs coach Todd Haley has called the battle for starting spots along the 3-4 defensive line an “open competition,” fueling the idea that one of the team’s recent top five picks at defensive end — Glenn Dorsey or Tyson Jackson — could be sent to the bench.
Apparently Falcons coach Mike Smith did not run Michael Turner enough in 2008, now he is determined to get Turner involved into the passing game, too.
Jamaal Charles continues to remain No. 2 on the Chiefs’ depth chart, and coach Todd Haley told the press on Tuesday that the running back’s role has yet to be determined.
Posted: Thursday, August 12th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Anquan Boldin, Brandon LaFell, Darren McFadden, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Dwayne Jarrett, Felix Jones, Fred Taylor, Jason Campbell, Jason Witten, Joe Flacco, Lance Moore, Laurence Maroney, Lynell Hamilton, marion barber, Matt Moore, Michael Bush, Michael Fabiano, pierre thomas, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, robert meachem, Roy E. Williams, Sammy Morris, Steve Smith, Tony Romo, Wes Welker
Find out what I’ll be watching on Thursday night when the NFL’s preseason schedule continues with three games.
Posted: Thursday, August 5th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Ben Grubbs, Brian Baldinger, Chris Chester, Donte' Stallworth, Ed Dickson, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh, Marc Bulger, Michael Oher, Ozzie Newsome, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs, Todd Heap, Warren Sapp
The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.