That play probably won as many matchups as it lost, and it's one of those things that make the fantasy playoffs so exciting and frustrating at the same time. The other is injuries. But with injuries we can at least make some reasonable assumptions and educated guesses that help stem the tide of unpredictability. This week the list includes a lot of big-time performers you've been relying on since Day 1. Sadly, some of them may have to ride your bench this week. Let's get to the injuries:
If it's not an injury, it's a shouting match. Portis sarcastically applied the "genius" label to head coach
OK, so centers don't normally get a lot of attention in the fantasy world. We'll make an exception for the Colts Pro Bowler. Saturday is expected to return Sunday when the Colts send the Lions to 0-14. If the combination of Saturday's return and the Lions doesn't get the Colts ground game on track, it may be another quick January exit. Saturday missed the first two games of the season, and Addai then missed three shortly thereafter. When the two have been together, the Colts' running game has been fairly productive.
Addai suffered a minor shoulder injury last unday but returned to the game. However, he missed practice Wednesday and the team brought in veteran
Did the QB of an 0-13 team heading to Indy just make this column? Here's why.
Gore sprained his left ankle in the second half of Sunday's win over the Jets and did not return. X-rays on the ankle reveled no breaks, but Gore's status for Sunday is in doubt.
Jacobs has a history of nagging injuries in his short career. However, this season (his best yet), the Giants have smartly split his carries up 50/50 between him and the duo of
Despite the fact the Cowboy's medical staff on Friday ruled Barber out for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh, owner
"Fragile Fred" may be back. While Taylor has been a disappointment from a numbers standpoint this season, he has at least stayed healthy. Now, word comes that he may be placed on Injured Reserve and miss the remainder of the season with torn ligaments in his left thumb. Taylor feels he can play through the pain if he finds the right brace in time for Sunday's game against Green Bay, but two doctors have already told him to shut it down and have surgery. Taylor says he won't make his decisions until injury czar Dr.