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This week the NFL Network's Thursday Night games begin, so be sure to set your lineup before kickoff of what should be a very interesting game between the Broncos and Browns. A few players in the contest are worth starting, so don't miss out. On to this weejk's best and worst plays ...
Earlier in the season there were rumbles that
Coming off a bye, Delhomme and the Panthers have to be salivating at the thought of facing a Raiders team in disarray. One matchup that will sorely be missed is the reunion of hated rivals
Last Monday Parker made his return from his Week 3 knee injury and tallied 21 carries for 70 yards and a touchdown against the Redskins in "limited" action. The Steelers will likely be without quarterback
Arizona head coach
Thursday in Cleveland Torain is expected to carry the brunt of the load for the Broncos after
There's no way that the Jaguars looked at their Week 9 and 10 matchups with the Bengals and Lions and thought they could come out 0-2, but it's possible, especially if defensive tackle
Denver's defense is not good to begin with, but when you add injuries to
In last week's home game against Atlanta, the Raiders gained just 77 yards from scrimmage, three first downs, held the ball for less than 15 minutes and became just the second team to be shutout this season in the worst offensive showing this year. Do you remember the first team to be shut out? It was the Chiefs, who in Week 5 were blanked 34-0 by none other than these Panthers.
Just don't. Although in a perfect world, Culpepper would provide exactly what the Lions need, someone who can get the ball down the field to
The Bears haven't given up hope that
Week 10's tilt against the Ravens is the game that was rescheduled due to Hurricane Ike's devastation in South Texas. Since then Slaton has become one of fantasy football's best surprises, seizing the starting job with 538 rushing yards, 181 receiving yards and six scores. However, nobody runs against the Ravens, who have not allowed a 100-yard rusher since '06. Although