No more bye weeks. It’s all up to health and strategy from here on out to get you to a fantasy football championship. Here are some updates on injured players, their status for the Week 12 games or the outlook for their replacements.
This is the last of the bye weeks. It’s all up to health and strategy from here on out to get you to a fantasy football championship. Here are some updates on injured players, their status for the Week 11 games or the outlook for their replacements.
Fewer teams are on bye in Week 8 than last, meaning the player pool is deeper for this week. That still doesn’t mean there aren’t those who should probably be left on your bench this week. Here are a few names I am not that crazy about in Week 8.
There are a few key fantasy contributors that have had a number of injury question marks surrounding their playing status leading up to Week 4 of the 2012 NFL season. Here’s a little bit about these three and what you should consider.
Hakeem Nicks, WR, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Sunday night)
What can the Kansas City Chiefs 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 Kent Babb, Kansas City Star
Somehow, the Chiefs did it. After three miserable seasons, it all came together in 2010 for a remarkable season in which the team went 10–6 and won the AFC West.
Quarterback Matt Cassel was sharp. Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was diligent. Safety Eric Berry lived up to the hype. Now, as coach Todd Haley enters his third season in Kansas City, having experienced one good and one forgettable season, the Chiefs face a lingering question: Can they do it again?