Found December 12, 2012 on
New York Jets
San Francisco 49ers
RB Bilal Powell (New York Jets) – 19 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD
WR Harry Douglas (Atlanta Falcons) – 2 catches for 29 yards
S Kerry Rhodes (Arizona Cardinals) – 4 tackles (1 solo)
CB William Gay (Arizona Cardinals) – 1 solo tackle
K David Akers (San Francisco 49ers) – 2/2; long 37
RB Michael Bush (Chicago Bears) – 1 carry for 6 yards. Michael Bush was injured after just 2 offensive snaps. The injury isn’t to serious.
DE Elvis Dumervil (Denver Broncos) – Did not play this week due to injury.
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SECOND-YEAR BACK BILAL POWELL SUFFERED A FRACTURED TOE IN SUNDAY'S VICTORY. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Bilal Powell will be held out of practice Thursday after suffering a fractured toe in Sundays 17-10 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars."I think he'll be okay. I'm no trainer or doctor, but I feel like he'll have a chance to go," Rex Ryan said.Coming off...
Jets halfback Bilal Powell is dealing with a broken left toe according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.Fantasy Spin:Shonn Greene (883 yards, six TD) will become a more attractive backfield option for fantasy owners if Powell is unable to play against the Titans on Monday.
Falcons wideout Harry Douglas is questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Giants with a rib injuryFantasy Spin:With Roddy White also questionable, there could have been a chance Douglass would see more targets than normal, but only if he's on the field will he get that opportunity.
The semifinals are here. The question is are you still here or did your team get eliminated this final week of the regular season? Whether you’re going for a title or just playing consolation rounds, let’s scrape the last bits of meat off of the waiver wire’s bones.
Availability is based on ESPN leagues and FAAB off the $100 budget you’ve been nursing since September.
The Turn On The Jets offensive film breakdown this week is going to focus on a handful of questions I received on Twitter - All the questions generally broke out into the following four categories, which I will review section by section. Make sure to check back later today for Chris Gross‘ defensive film breakdown.
1 – Wide Receiver Separation
Many people were curious if the...