Wide receiver injuries require a wide-ranging search for new talent
On a Sunday full of big hits, the one
Jackson will be out for a while, but it's unclear if anyone else available on the Eagles is a quality fantasy option. No. 2 wideout
If you're a Jackson owner, you're going to have to look to another team for a replacement, which is common. Wide receivers aren't like running backs; they don't usually have a clear backup who will come in after a serious injury and carry the load. In most cases with wide receivers, it will be at least a week until we're sure who will get more catches in Jackson's absence.
Once again this week, look for players on the hot seat; this week's crop is full of stars who are underproducing and are options to be traded if you're looking to shake up your team.
Does your league use a team quarterback? Lucky you, at least if you have the Eagles.
If Vick doesn't return next week and Kolb has another good game, we're set for full two weeks of quarterback controversy in Philadelphia with the Eagles' bye in Week 8. If your quarterback situation is bad -- or you have Vick and plan on him being your starter for the second half of the season � and you have the roster spot, pick up Kolb.
One can almost picture
Woodhead probably won't put up double-digit yards every week, but after three weeks it's clear he has a relatively large role to play in the Patriots' offense. His numbers might even continue increase. If your team is in need of a running back Woodhead could be the surprise of the second half of the season. He'll be splitting carries with
The Patriots re-acquired
The hot NFL team this week? The Minnesota Vikings, who are 2-3 but are suddenly the hot pick to win the NFC North. The Vikings' defense has been incredibly disappointing and might have been dropped in your league. They might be worth picking up: The rest of the season schedule isn't impossible, with five more games against suspect (or injured) NFC North teams.
The kicking carousel continues in New Orleans, as