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Not that it matters a lot to most fantasy footballers, but Dallas Cowboys backup running back Lance Dunbar is set to make his season debut Sunday versus the Kansas City Chiefs. If you were holding onto Phillip Tanner as DeMarco Murray‘s backup, it’s time to send him packing. Dunbar should be taking over that role.
While I don’t think Dunbar will bet a significant amount of work, I expect him to get slightly more work than Tanner got in week one.
We’ve updated our running back rankings accordingly. You can find our complete updated rankings here.
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Dez Bryant, still really good at football. Bryant had this remarkable diving catch Sunday against the Chiefs where he was ruled down just short of goal line. For some reason, Andy Reid decided not to challenge the play even though it appeared as though the ball hits the ground. Bryant has 5 catches for 100-yards in the 1st quarter. Three plays later Dez got his TD.
Heading into the Week 2 matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys‘ Pro Bowler, Anthony Spencer has confirmed he will return, though not in a starting role. While Spencer has continued to work his way back from arthroscopic knee surgery, Dallas has found surprising production from backup George Selive, a former University of South Florida standout the team signed off...
Even though Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer didn’t practice on Thursday he still expects to play this week against the Chiefs.
“This is the first week I’ve gone straight through without swelling,” Spencer said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Spencer was asked if he’ll be playing on Sunday, “I’m getting ready to play.”
Even if Spencer plays this week, I...
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We'll continue to learn more about the league after this weeks game.
Here we go:
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So, let's talk about the Chiefs briefly. I readily admit that I would like to spend 2,000 words on the upcoming opponents like I used to, but the way we are doing the blog these days has put far more emphasis on the game behind than the game ahead and most seem to enjoy the Tuesday-Thursday breakdowns...
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is active for today's game. He will see his first action of the season though it probably will be in pass-rush situations. Spencer had left knee surgery July 25 and returned to practice this week with limited practices Wednesday and Friday.
Maybe the Cowboys should lobby for a Week 2 bye in the future. For the second consecutive season, they followed up an exciting win over the New York Giants with a loss.
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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) has shown no ill-effects from the injury he suffered in the fourth quarter against the Giants.Fantasy Spin:Bryant was ready to play from the opening whistle, grabbing five balls in the first quarter for 100 yards and a touchdown. Let's see what he does over the next 45 minutes.
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