As we hit the "money" time in fantasy football leagues, there are a few games that you should keep an eye on today in particular because of potentially adverse weather conditions. Obviously if you have an elite player at a certain position you can't swap that player out because of the weather. However, if you are debating between 2 players for a WR2, RB2, or Flex spot, knowing the weather impacts can be a helpful tool. It's time to tell you which games could be impacted by adverse weather. (Games listed by order of weather impact.) Lions at Packers, Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI, 8:20 p.m., Forecast: 30 degrees with snow This will be one of the first games we've had this season deeply impacted by snow. While the snow is not expected to be terribly heavy, there will be 4-6 inches of snow in Green Bay...Continue reading
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BYES: Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers Quarterbacks 1. Aaron Rodgers @ St. Louis 2. Tom Brady vs New York Jets 3. Eli Manning vs Washington 4. Robert Griffin III @ New York Giants 5. Cam Newton vs Dallas 6. Drew Brees @ Tampa Bay 7. Tony Romo @ Carolina 8. Andrew Luck vs Cleveland 9. Matt Schaub vs Baltimore 10. Ben Roethlisberger @ Cincinnati 11. Matthew Stafford @ Chicago 12. Brandon Weeden @ Indianapolis 13. Ryan Fitzpatrick vs Tennessee 14. Josh Freeman vs New Orleans 15. Jay Cutler vs Detroit 16. Joe Flacco @ Houston 17. Carson Palmer vs Jacksonville 18. Matthew Hasselbeck @ Buffalo 19. Andy Dalton vs Pittsburgh 20. Christian Ponder vs Arizona 21. Sam Bradford vs Green Bay 22. Blaine Gabbert @ Oakland 23. Mark Sanchez @ New England 24. John Skelton @ Minnesota Running Backs...Continue reading
Fantasy owners are getting hit hard with injuries in the first few weeks of the season. Running back committees have been jumbled up, and it leaves fantasy owners in much question. My take on those questionable situations are below. I present to you, my Week 4 running back rankings. Byes: Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts 1. Arian Foster vs Tennessee - You couldn't paint a better matchup for Foster. Titans have allowed over 120 yards per game and four touchdowns in their first four games. In Foster's last three games against TEnnessee, he has averaged 91 rushing yards and 8- rushing yards. Look for a typical 20 point game from Foster here. 2. Maurice Jones-Drew vs Cincinnati - Not only have the Bengals allowed 308 yards and four touchdowns to opposing running backs on the ground, they have also given up 185 yards and a touchdown through the air in three games....Continue reading