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New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay BuccaneersNew Orleans: The Saints come out of their bye week unexpectedly in the NFC South cellar, owners of a dismal 1-4 record. Luckily for fantasy owners, the Saints troubles have mostly just been on the defensive side of the ball, as Drew Brees is once again fantasy’s number one QB in terms of per game production. He’s mostly done it with a non-existent running game and a corps of receivers that have been in and out of the lineup with injuries. Marques Colston took over a lot of the routes that Jimmy Graham would have run in Week 5, with Graham hobbled by a badly sprained ankle. This week, Graham is questionable and will be a game time decision, but if he plays, even at 50% he’s a good play against the 32nd ranked pass defense in the league.Essentially if you have any Saints passing options, you should give them a start here. Just keep an eye on Graham’s status to make sure he’s in the lineup before the games start on Sunday. Good Start: QB D...
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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.
The New Orleans Saints have ruled out tight end Jimmy Graham for when they play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Battling an ankle injury, Graham will not even make the trip to Tampa Bay for the Saints’ Week 7 NFL game.
After missing some time two weeks ago when the Saints defeated the San Diego Chargers, Graham was able to return in the second half. He was used solely as a...
According to Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle) returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday.Fantasy Spin:Graham sprained his ankle against the Chargers in Week 5 and had plenty of time to rest with New Orleans on a bye in Week 6. We've heard conflicting reports regarding his status for Sunday, but it seems likely he'...
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.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that there's "not a lot of optimism" about Saints tight end Jimmy Graham"s (ankle) Week 7 availability.Fantasy Spin:Graham sprained his ankle against the Chargers in Week 5 and had plenty of time to rest with New Orleans on a bye in Week 6 but he was still unable to practice Wednesday. He could be a game-time decision Sunday so...
Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is questionable for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a sprained right ankle.
Interim coach Aaron Kromer said Graham was limited on Friday for the second consecutive day after missing practice entirely on Wednesday. He hurt the ankle at the end of a 4-yard reception against San Diego on Oct. 7, and it's still bothering him...
The New Orleans Saints continue to be “tight-lipped”
regarding the prospects of linebacker Jonathan Vilma and tight end Jimmy Graham
playing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reports Nakia Hogan of nola.com.
The Saints continue to be
tight-lipped about the prospects of linebacker Jonathan Vilma playing, while
tight end Jimmy Graham is officially
listed as questionable...
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The NFC South is looking bleaker and bleaker these days for another team outside of Atlanta to grab a hold of.
Instead, this division has turned into one of the more disappointing division since many had high hopes for the New Orleans...
The New Orleans Saints activated Jonathan Vilma off of the physically unable to perform (PUP) list and the linebacker will play in their Week 7 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team source tells Alex Flanagan of NFL Network.
The source also told Flanagan that Saints tight end Jimmy Graham did not travel with the team, and consequently will not play in the game.
The New Orleans Saints have been cursed all year. Missed last second field goals, poorly timed interceptions from a QB that normally does a good job protecting the football, and one of the craziest offseasons in NFL history have added up to a one win season. The only good moment for the Saints came at the start of their win against the San Diego Chargers, when Drew Brees broke...
Jonathan Vilma played for the first time while appealing a season-long suspension for his role in the Saints bounty program and Drew Brees threw for 377 yards and four touchdowns to pace a 35-28 come-from-behind victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
While it's debatable how much Vilma's return impacted the Saints defense, the unit turned back two drives near the...
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,...
Welcome to week 7 of the NFL season, or as we like to say in fantasy land, pure hell! Yes, for some unknown reason, or perhaps for one big joke, the NFL has decided to play with our minds and put a whopping 6 teams on a bye.
QB | RB | WR | TE
1. Drew Brees at TB
2. Aaron Rodgers at STL
3. Tom Brady vs NYJ
4. Eli Manning vs WAS
5. Robert Griffin III at NYG
6. Andrew Luck vs CLE
7. Tony Romo at CAR
8. Ben Roethlisberger at CIN
9. Andy Dalton vs PIT
10. Cam Newton vs DAL
11. Matthew Stafford at CHI
12. Carson Palmer vs JAC
13. Jay Cutler vs DET
14. Joe Flacco at HOU
15. Matt Schaub vs BAL