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Week 11 of the 2012 NFL season kicked off Thursday night with the Buffalo Bills running over the Miami Dolphins. But the biggest injury report question marks all surround the games on Sunday and Monday, with many key players being listed as either questionable or doubtful or even out for this weekend’s games. Some of those names include Julio Jones, Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez and Ryan Matthews, leaving many fantasy football owners with quite a conundrum.
Here is a break down of a plethora of marquee names who may be sidelined or limited during their teams’ Week 11 contests of the 2012 NFL season.
* Julio Jones – The Atlanta Falcons wide receiver is a true game time decision, although he has not practiced all week long. That is generally never a good sign, but the Falcons have not said that Jones would have to practice in order to play. Still, he will be a risky proposition for fantasy football owners.
* Michael Turner – The Falcons also list Turner as questionable, although the odd...
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The Boston Globe is reporting that injured Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez should be healthy enough to play Thursday against the Jets. Hernandez has been inactive the past three games while recovering from a sprained ankle.Fantasy Spin:Rob Gronkowski's forearm injury has breathed new life into what has been a disappointing season for Hernandez. With Gronk on the shelf, Hernandez...
Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones has had a solid fantasy football season, ranking 12th in ESPN among receivers so fat this season. Jones status for this week’s game is in question after being listed as questionable after suffering a shin injury last week against the New Orleans Saints. The speedy reviver has not practiced this week and could miss this afternoon’s game against the...
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez isn’t expected to play on Sunday against the Colts.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is expected to sit out Sunday’s game vs. the Colts, I’m told. Been out since mid-October after re-injuring ankle
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 16, 2012
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Of the many things that put Wes Welker among the best slot receivers in the game, the biggest has to be his ability to pop up after big hits and play through injuries.
The resilience is vital for any receiver, especially an undersized one like Welker, who has to take the fiercest hits over the middle from much bigger players if he wants a chance to produce.
Welker has been able to...
Falcons receiver Julio Jones has left Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals with an ankle injury.
Jones missed practice this week after he sprained his right ankle in last week's loss at New Orleans. He appeared to aggravate the injury late in the third quarter.
The Falcons say Jones' status is questionable for the remainder of the game.
Cornerback Asante Samuel...
Wes Welker returned to practice on Friday, another sign that suggests that he will be active against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Welker who has been dealing with an ankle injury also participated in Thursday’s walk-through.
The offense of the Patriots has the leagues highest output in terms of yards (430) and points per game. (33.2)
New England will look for ways to gash...
Wes Welker returned to practice on Friday, another sign that suggests that he will be active against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Welker who has been dealing with an ankle injury also participated in Thursday’s walk-through. The offense of the Patriots has the leagues highest output in terms of yards (430) and points per game. [...]
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Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is expected to sit out Sunday's game vs. the Colts, I'm told. Been out since mid-October after re-injuring ankle— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 16, 2012Well there's good news and bad news. Aaron Hernandez is likely out on Sunday, this should probably be expected. He didn't miss practice all week, but he didn't last week either...
There may not be any Gronk spikes for the foreseeable future.
Citing a source, Tom Curran of Comcast SportsNet New England reports that Rob Gronkowski suffered a broken forearm in Sunday's 59-24 thrashing of the Colts.
The All-Pro tight end, who recorded seven catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns, exited late in the fourth quarter to undergo X-rays, and didn't meet...
This is the last of the bye weeks. It’s all up to health and strategy from here on out to get you to a fantasy football championship. Here are some...
New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker is expected to play, but will test his ankle before Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, Albert Breer of NFL Network and NFL.com reports.
Welker was listed at questionable this week against the Colts. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
For the first time in three weeks the Atlanta Falcons have not ruled out linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, who was their leading tackler when he injured his ankle on Oct. 28, for Sundays game, instead listing Weatherspoon as questionable.
In addition, wide receiver Julio Jones, who has an ankle injury that he suffered last Sunday at New Orleans, also was listed as questionable. Neither...
Wide receiver Julio Jones and linebacker Sean Weatherspoon will be game-time decisions on Sunday for the Atlanta Falcons.
Both players are battling to return from ankle injuries and coach Mike Smith said the team will take it as long as it can to make a decision, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Jones tweaked his ankle in Sundays loss to...
Wide receiver Wes Welker (ankle), left guard Logan Mankins (ankle, calf) and offensive lineman Dan Connolly (back) missed their second straight practice of the week, which starts to put their status in doubt for Sundays game against the Colts. Tomorrows attendance will provide a clearer picture.
Linebacker Brandon Spikes (knee) spent positional drills riding the stationary...
The New York Jets season received a shot of life with a 27-13 win over the St. Louis Rams. However, it will take an upset over the New England Patriots this Thursday night to truly make them relevant in the AFC playoff picture again. Here is a collection of early thoughts -
1. The big injury news this week is that Patriots tight end Rob Grokowski will not play because of a broken...