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Rams WR Chris Givens is a week 8 fantasy football sleeper.
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Josh Freeman, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Freeman is averaging 374 yards and three touchdowns in his past two games. I don’t see him dropping anything like that on the Vikings, but I also don’t know how they are going to cover Vincent Jackson.
Danny Woodhead, RB, New England Patriots
The Rams are one of eleven teams to have allowed six or more rushing scores. Ridley is still the lead back, but Woodhead has been getting his share of touches lately. Over the past three games he has averaged 63.0 total yards.
Chris Givens, St. Louis Rams
I’m guessing the Rams are going to have to throw plenty against the Patriots. They struggle mightily against the pass, allowing 290.0 yards per game and 16 touchdowns. Givens is averaging 65.3 yards over the past four games.
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St. Louis receiver Chris Givens has left the game against New England with a toe injury and his return is questionable.
The rookie caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Sam Bradford early in the game to put the Rams ahead 7-0, but limped off later in the first quarter.
New England cornerback Kyle Arrington also left the game in the first quarter with what was described as a head...
Boston.comSt. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering faster than expected from a right shoulder injury, and even thinks there’s an ‘‘outside chance’’ he can play against the Patriots on Sunday.Amendola returned to practice this week, but was limited both Wednesday and Thursday at the team’s sessions in London. The Rams’ leading receiver this season hurt...
Rams receiver Chris Givens left Sunday's game versus New England with a toe injury but he returned later in the game.Fantasy Spin:Givens has a catch of 50 or more yards in five straight games, including a 50-yard TD strike in the first quarter Sunday against the Patriots.
As Americans, we're raised (or at least encouraged) to think a lot of funny things about Brits. They are stodgier than us and proper-er than us, and conversely, when they get silly (see Python, Monty), they are much sillier than us. But particularly when it comes to sport, they are quite different from us. Or so we're led to believe...
Take cricket, for example, an...
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola was known as a tough player even before he suffered a hit and dislocated his collar bone, an injury that could have claimed his life.
Now, just three weeks after that brutal injury, Amendola is trying to prove exactly how tough he is. The wide receiver is doing everything he can to come back and play this week when the Rams take on the...
Rams receiver Chris Givens left Sunday's game versus New England with a toe injury and is questionable to return.Fantasy Spin:Fantasy owners can't complain because Givens managed to catch a 50-yard touchdown prior to exiting, his fifth straight game with a 50-yard gain.
2nd and 4 from the Packers 6, with 8:57 to play in the game, trailing by 14.
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Nickel, Cover 2
The Rams offense hasn't scored since the first half, and is in danger of falling out of this game...
Off to London they go, and with them they bring two teams owned by ridiculously rich guys who want to make more money by showcasing their team to the Brits and trying to sell some more jerseys.
In what has become an annual forgettable tradition similar to the Buffalo Bills making the trip to play in front of a half-full stadium in Toronto, this years game in London at...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Minnesota VikingsTampa Bay: The Buccaneers come off a heartbreaking loss to the New Orleans Saints, dropping them to 2-4. They led the Saints in the first half, but then Drew Brees brought his team storming back to take the lead. Josh Freeman showed some mettle, going toe to toe and punch for punch with Brees, only to essentially run out of time and real...
Minnesota's rebuilding project might eventually prove it needs more work. The Vikings, though, have clearly restored a critical piece of their foundation: the dome-field advantage.
They're 4-0 this year under the roof, where their fierce pass rush has been bothering opposing quarterbacks and Adrian Peterson has been powering his way through the other team's defense....