Ryan Mathews was back to work on Thursday, but he remains a risk for fantasy owners.
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Chargers coach Norv Turner really wants to give Ryan Mathews a bigger role. But will the rookie ever get a chance to get on the field to earn it?
The backfield situation in Seattle has been about as appetizing for fantasy enthusiasts as the free sushi they were giving away at the gas station a few weeks back.
This whole Mike Tolbert thing in San Diego has been cute. Although cute might not be the adjective used by fantasy owners to describe the Chargers’ backfield committee. Excruciatingly frustrating might be more appropriate.
Ryan Mathews is continuing to be held back in the Chargers offense — and fantasy football.
You feel pretty good when your starting fantasy quarterback has a matchup against the Raiders. Who wouldn’t right? So when you see Philip Rivers against the Raiders this week, you think automatic start, and put him down for 25 fantasy points. (Or 25.48782347801 points if you use that annoying fractional function on the NFL.com scoring default.)
Eagles QB Michael Vick is questionable to return to Sunday’s game against the Redskins, but the panicky — or overreaction type — is already looking ahead to which quarterback to start next week.
Arian Foster’s absence from the start of the Texans-Raiders game has fantasy owners in a tizzy.
Now is the time to trade for Ryan Mathews. Seriously. Go get him now!
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews said today that he was able to get after it and is feeling like his normal self, again.
Posted: Friday, September 24th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Peyton Manning, Jake Delhomme, Michael Turner, Andre Johnson, Steve Smith, Terrell Owens, Champ Bailey, Austin Collie, Percy Harvin, James Davis, Chad Ochocinco, Pierre Garcon, Jerome Harrison, Dez Bryant, Jimmy Clausen, Ryan Mathews, Blair White, George Clooney, Matt Damon
Texans WR Andre Johnson is listed as questionable with an ankle injury, but do you think that Johnson is going to sit out a huge matchup against the Cowboys? The Texans are playing in their third Super Bowl in three weeks, and there is no way the team is going on without its best player.
Mike Tolbert should be a hot name on the fantasy waiver wire heading into Week 3.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews and WR Malcom Floyd missed practice on Wednesday, according to a team release.
Chargers coach Norv Turner told reporters on Monday that he was not concerned about the fumbles of Ryan Mathews (via the team’s official site). Turner did say that he told Mathews that he should not consider himself down until he hands the ball over the to referee.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews fumbled, hurt his ankle and then watched Mike Tolbert score two touchdowns — what should have been his touchdowns. Already the anxiety is becoming too much.