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Week 8 Fantasy Injury Updates: Peyton Hillis, Doug Baldwin, Calvin Johnson

To help you decide who to start and who to sit.
<p> Week 8 Injury Updates: Peyton Hillis, Doug Baldwin, Calvin Johnson</p>

Here we are — the halfway point of the NFL season and six weeks away from the start of the fantasy postseason for many. Injuries are making lineup decisions harder — sometimes easier in the committee world of some positions — and bye weeks leave us scrambling for the best start at some positions. Here are a few updates to hopefully help you make that push toward the fantasy postseason.

Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the Kansas City Chiefs

<p> Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the Kansas City Chiefs</p>

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

The Biggest Busts of the NFL Season

Who really blew it in 2011? We have the complete list of losers
<p> Who really blew it in 2011? We have the complete list of losers</p>

It’s too late now to do anything about a season gone wrong. Dreams are dead. Hopes haven squashed. And in some places the spark of life has been extinguished. The stretch run of the NFL season isn’t for pretenders. The playoff race isn’t for teams and people whose bubbles have already burst.

And there many burst bubbles littering the NFL landscape with three weeks left in the 2011 season. So many teams and people had what must have seemed like realistic expectations, only to see them go painfully unfulfilled.

Sit Colt McCoy, Greg Little, Peyton Hillis, Montario Hardesty and any other Browns in Week 14

No Browns are worth starting against the Steelers. Sit all of them.
<p> No Browns are worth starting against the Steelers. Sit all of them.</p>

The fantasy football playoffs begin Thursday night, and if you expect to advance don’t start any Cleveland Browns players against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Don’t Put Cleveland’s Montario Hardesty in your Week 11 starting lineup

The Browns running back is a game-time decision against the Jags. Sit him anyway
<p> The Browns running back is a game-time decision against the Jags. Sit him anyway</p>

So Cleveland Browns running back Montatrio Hardesty is a game-time decision today against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Take nothing from it, however, in regards to your fantasy lineups for Week 11.

The second-year player, whose rookie season was lost last year after an ACL injury, has missed the last two games with a calf injury. Cleveland coach Pat Shurmur called him a game-time decision after Hardesty returned to practice for the first time on Friday. But it was a limited practice, one in which he did only individual work and no team drills.

Peyton Hillis is Out; Here's Why Chris Ogbonnaya Is A Good Start in PPR leagues

THe Browns running back situation isn't ideal, but you could do worse on a bye week
<p> THe Browns running back situation isn't ideal, but you could do worse on a bye week</p>

If you are in a pinch at running back in Week 9, you could do worse than Chris Ogbonnaya.

Peyton Hillis Questionable with Strep Throat; Why You Should Sit Him

You should sit the Cleveland Browns running back, even if he's active
<p> You should sit the Cleveland Browns running back, even if he's active</p>
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Peyton Hillis, who seemed to be fine after last week's strong performance against the Colts, surprisingly missed practice on Friday and Saturday when he came down with a case of strep throat.

And now he's listed as questionable in the Browns game against the Miami Dolphins today. 

But my fantasy advice: sit Peyton Hillis even if he's active for this game.

If Fantasy Football Advice Was Honest

Don't you wish fantasy football sites would just tell it like it is?
<p> Don't you wish fantasy football sites would just tell it like it is?&nbsp;</p>

It’s only Week 3 of the fantasy football season and there have already been a ton of huge injuries and potential busts. Yet every Sunday morning when you check in before kickoff, all you get from your fantasy site is a bunch of bland match-up projections and quotes from that player’s local paper. Forget that. Your site should tell the truth about your highly drafted players. Here’s what we think it would look like if you got honest evaluations on your best players.

1. Chris Johnson

Cleveland Browns 2011 NFL Team Preview

An in-depth look at the Browns' offense, defense and special teams this year.
<p> <span style="font-size: 14px;"><span style="font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;">An in-depth look at the Cleveland Browns' offense, defense and special teams in 2011.</span></span></p>

The team that has made a habit of reinventing itself will try yet another reinvention in 2011. The Cleveland Browns begin 2011 with their sixth new coach since 1999. Hold up the cue cards; the lines have all been used: This is the guy ... We are on the right track ... It is a process ... We have the system ... and on and on and on.