The absence of Randy Moss in Minnesota means a major drop in fantasy appeal for two major players.
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Is it me, or are most of the good fantasy players doing nothing so far today?
The Cowboys just announced that QB Tony Romo is expected to miss six to eight weeks, and that he will not undergo surgery. Meaning that he could be ready for the fantasy playoffs.
A look at Week 7 through some of the most notable numbers of the week, with an assist from George Li of the NFL Network research desk:
Week 7 is turning into a very bizarre one for fantasy owners.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is putting up huge numbers against the Ravens! Really?
The Packers were one of those must-start teams, where you could feel safe starting all of their notable offensive players. That could be in for a huge change.
With Jay Cutler out, fantasy owners should turn to a sleeper quarterback for help in Week 5.
Jets DE Shaun Ellis has left Sunday’s game against the Bills with what appears to be a left knee injury.
Pat Kirwan was in the middle of his weekly Monday afternoon live chat on NFL.com when word came down that the Buffalo Bills cut QB Trent Edwards. And after Kirwan speculated on what it meant for the Bills, he also was quick to get fan questions about the future of Edwards.
One of the noteworthy offseason position battles got started Tuesday in Buffalo, where Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brian Brohm and Levi Brown took part in the first day of the Bills’ QB competition.
Trent Edwards says it was a bost of confidence when the Bills didn’t draft a quarterback in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
C.J. Spiller would have been a much more attractive fantasy option had he not be taken by the Bills.
Posted: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Jason Taylor, Brian Brohm, Chad Pennington, Buffalo Bills, Alex Smith, DeSean Jackson, Bill Belichick, Thomas Jones, Tony Sparano, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Trent Edwards, Jamaal Charles, Terrell Suggs, Scott Pioli, Jim Mora, Pat Kirwan, Robert Kraft, Buddy Nix, Tod Leiweke, Jimmy Clausen
Former Seahawks coach Jim Mora is still bitter over his ouster in Seattle, and pulled no punches during a recent interview on The Kevin Calabro Show on Monday afternoon on ESPN 710 in Seattle.
Posted: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2010 NFL Annual Meeting, Al Davis, Brian Brohm, Bruce Gradkowski, Buffalo Bills, Chan Gailey, JaMarcus Russell, Oakland Raiders, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tom Cable, Trent Edwards
Bills coach Chan Gailey and Raiders coach Tom Cable both spoke at length Tuesday morning at the NFL Annual Meeting’s AFC coaches breakfast about their unsettled QB positions, and neither is committed to a starter.