Fantasy football Week 16 chat: Tips and advice for setting championship-winning lineups
This is it, fantasy owners -- the Sunday of (most) fantasy football title matchups. You've worked all year to reach this game, and now it's time to dominate your opponent.
However, this is of course still fantasy football, and this Sunday does not come without uncertainties. The biggest news of the week is whether or not Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray will play after having hand surgery due to a broken bone this week. Murray has had a career season, rushing for 1,687 yards and 11 touchdowns and certainly helping his fantasy owners. The Cowboys play the Colts at 4:25 p.m. ET in Week 16, so owners may need to make a decision on starting him before he's officially ruled in or out.
Patriots WR Julian Edelman was ruled out against the Jets due to a concussion. Broncos QB Peyton Manning has been hampered by a thigh injury this week, so owners probably shouldn't depend on his usual amount of production. Falcons WR Julio Jones has been struggling with a hip injury, and will likely be a gametime decision against the Saints. The Bears benched QB Jay Cutler after a brutal performance against the Saints on Monday Night Football; it's unlikely that someone playing in the fantasy football championship had been riding him all season, but you never know.
SI's Michael Beller is here to provide fantasy advice and answer any questions you may have leading up to Sunday's action. Reach out to him on the @SINow Twitter account, or just follow along with the Q&A below, starting at 10:30 a.m. ET for an hour. And after the Twitter chat, Beller will be taking questions and giving tips on SI's Facebook page starting at 12:00 p.m. ET.