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Injury Updates Week 9: Ryan Tannehill, Ben Tate, Jordy Nelson

Who's healthy enough to start for your fantasy football team
<p> Injury Updates Week 9: Ryan Tannehill, Ben Tate, Jordy Nelson &nbsp;</p>

The fantasy season is nearing its postseason. The weeks are winding down; the injuries are piling up. You need to stay ahead of everything in order to make that playoff push. Here’s some information on those that are on the Week 9 injury report or those stepping in for the injured.

INJURY UPDATES WEEK 5: Ben Tate, Jon Baldwin, Donald Jones

To help you decide who to start and who to sit.

There are a few key fantasy contributors that have had a number of injury question marks surrounding their playing status leading up to Week 5 of the 2012 NFL season. Here’s a little bit about these three and what you should consider.

Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the Houston Texans

<p> Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the Houston Texans</p>

What can the Houston Texans do for you this fantasy season? Check out Athlon Sports' team report as we break down the rookies, veteran players to watch and avoid, fantasy playoff schedule and more to help you get ready for the 2012 season.

Inside the Locker Room
with Sam Khan

Matt Schaub has serious foot injury; Out for Season

The Texans' quarterback will miss several weeks at the minimum with a foot injury
<p> The Texans' quarterback will miss several weeks at the minimum with a foot injury</p>

The Houston Texans can't catch a break. Or maybe they're catching too many.

After suffering through injuries to seemingly all their star players, the news got even worse this week when head coach Gary Kubiak revealed that quarterback Matt Schaub has a Lisfranc foot injury. Which, for all you non-doctors out there, a Lisfranc injury is usually a fracture to one of the tarsas or metatarsals, which are basically the bones right behind the toes.

Cam Newton, New Faces Atop NFL Leaderboards

Ralph Vacchiano takes a look at some of the NFL's most intriguing statistical leaders.

-by Ralph Vacchiano

You knew that Tom Brady and Drew Brees would be leading the NFL in passing yardage, even this early in the season. But come on, who would’ve guessed that Cam Newton would be third? Darren McFadden as the NFL’s rushing leader so far is probably not a stretch, but Ben Tate fifth, less than 100 yards behind and ahead of Adrian Peterson?
 

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<p> Ralph Vacchiano takes a look at some of the NFL's most intriguing statistical leaders.</p>
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Washington Redskins a great fantasy defense to play in Week 4

Arian Foster and Beanie Wells are Both Game Time Decisions This Sunday

"Game time decision" are the worst three words in fantasy football.
<p> "Game time decision" are the worst three words in fantasy football.</p>

"Game time decision" may be the worst three words fantasy football owners can hear.

But that's exactly what owners of Arian Foster and Beanie Wells have to deal with this week.

Both players are still struggling with hamstring injuries and both are listed as questionable, and both should not be started this week.

Arian Foster:

Dexter McCluster or Ben Tate: Who Will Win More Fantasy Football Leagues?

Both of these backups are poised to take bigger offensive roles.
<p> Both of these backups are poised to take bigger offensive roles.</p>

With the season-ending injury to Jamaal Charles and the nagging hamstring injury to Arian Foster, two names have emerged as the "you have to go get" players from your fantasy football waiver wire: Dexter McCluster and Ben Tate.

Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Week 3

Burleson a great addition to your roster in the pass-happy Lions offense

Some of the players listed in Athlon Sports' NFL Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 3 may be one-week adds, some may be season-long adds and some are listed just for you to keep an eye on to stash on your roster if you have the space.

Scoring is based on Athlon Sports default scoring which is 6 points for all TDs, .5 points per reception and 1 point PER 25 yards passing, 10 yards rushing/receiving and 40 return yards.

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