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With this week being the midway point for many fantasy football owners, winning this Week 7 game is huge. It can be a make or break point in your fantasy football season. That is why you need to check the Week 7 NFL Injury Report, as many key names have popped up, with some being less likely to suit up than others. Some of those key injuries include Jimmy Graham, Dez Bryant and Ahmad Bradshaw.
All three are currently listed as questionable, but could also all come down to game time decisions. Their respective teams may wait and see how they respond in pregame warmups to see if they will be cleared to play on Sunday.
Of those three, Graham and Bradshaw are the most questionable. Bryant has popped up this week with a groin injury, but the Dallas Cowboys and Bryant claim that this is nothing new for the embattled wide receiver. Barring a setback, the Cowboys expect Bryant to play and start, and do not fear that he will be at all limited after a breakout performance last week.
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant missed practice on Friday and has been listed as questionable foe Sunday’s game against the Pamthers.If Bryant can’t play, Kevin Ogletree will start in his place.
According to Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham has been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers.Graham has been dealing with a high ankle sprain all week.
Jimmy Graham has been ruled out week seven against Tampa Bay due to an ankle injury. Graham sustained a the injury against San Diego on October 7th and was still dealing with pain over the course of the Saints bye week.
Fantasy owners looking for a replacement for Graham may want to avoid picking up Graham’s back up David Thomas, as Thomas will likely not be used in a similar...
According to Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle) will be a game-time decision.Fantasy Spin:Graham sprained his ankle against the Chargers in Week 5 yet is still not 100 percent after the bye. There is no tight end this side of Rob Gronkowski and Tony Gonzalez who can replace Graham's numbers.
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will be active for Sunday's game against Washington according to Kimblerly Jones of the NFL Network.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw had been listed as questionable because of a foot injury. His presence will reduce the fantasy impact of backups Andre Brown and David Wilson. Bradshaw is coming off back-to-back 100-yard rushing games.
It’s Week 7 and there are six teams with a bye week. The injuries continue to pile up and teams taking a week off are not helping you as lineup...
The New York Giants running back situation is cloudy for Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins. RB Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice on Friday while dealing with a foot injury and is officially listed as questionable for Sunday, likely to be a game time decision. If Bradshaw is unable to go, the Giants running back situation becomes a bit confusing.
RB Andre Brown, who has...
With a 19-14 win at Carolina on Sunday, the Cowboys proved they could win a game and avoid the costly mistakes of the previous shortfall at Baltimore.
They also proved they can't trust their offense. And with good reason.
The key moment came late in the fourth quarter with the Cowboys trailing by one and facing third-and-nine at the Carolina 15 yard line.
A team with a lot of...
The Cowboys were able to defeat a bad 1-4 Carolina Panthers team, but barely and now the Cowboys get back to a very mediocre 3-3 record for the year. After six games, the Cowboys have an identity, which is a conservative and penalty making thirsty team. We are still a bad team, and you can definitely expect more of the same type of games. The Cowboys have absolutely proven the penalty...
Week 6 Complimentary NFL Teaser Results
This week we’re featuring another sweetheart, 4-team teaser that offers 13 points per game.
San Francisco and Seattle UNDER 50.5 total points
Green Bay Packers + 8 @ St. Louis
New Orleans Saints + 11 @ Tampa Bay
New England Patriots + 3 v. NY Jets
Why we like these games:
Seattle has the second best defense in the NFL,...