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Fantasy Week 2

Discussion in 'Fantasy Football Talk' started by CoronaDoug, Sep 19, 2010.

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    Cardinals | Beanie Wells game-day decision
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    Fri, 17 Sep 2010 17:59:18 -0700
    Arizona Cardinals RB Beanie Wells (knee) had some swelling on his knee after workouts Thursday, Sept. 16, and he was fairly limited during practice Friday, Sept. 17, reports Darren Urban, of AZCardinals.com. Wells is going to be a game-day decision for the Cardinals in Week 2. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Wells really wants to play, but Urban believes the Cardinals will be careful with him.




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    Raiders | Michael Bush questionable for Week 2
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    Oakland Raiders RB Michael Bush (thumb) was limited during practice Friday, Sept. 17. He is listed as questionable for Week 2 and may not be able to play.



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    Delhomme misses third straight practice
    Jake Delhomme did not practice for the third straight day because of an ankle injury, increasing the likelihood that backup Seneca Wallace will start Cleveland's home opener against Kansas City. Browns coach Eric Mangini did not name Wallace his Week 2 starter, but he seemed headed in that direction. "I just want to go through today and see where we are tomorrow morning," Mangini said before Friday's practice. "That being said, I feel real good about what Seneca's done all week. Not just me, it's the coaches, the players. We all feel good about him leading us as well." (ESPN.com)
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    Percy Harvin expected to play despite hip injury

    Posted by Michael David Smith on September 19, 2010 11:06 AM ET
    Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin was limited in practice this week and is listed as questionable with a hip injury, but there's good news for Harvin this morning.

    NFL Network reports that Harvin was on the field warming up and looks like he's ready to play.

    Harvin has had it rough over the last couple of months, with migraines and illnesses keeping him out of training camp, and a scary incident in which he collapsed on the practice field and was hospitalized. In Week One he had just one catch for 12 yards.

    The hip injury could have been another setback, but Harvin is apparently healthy enough to go.


    Beanie Wells inactive for Cardinals

    Posted by Michael David Smith on September 19, 2010 11:36 AM ET
    Cardinals running back Beanie Wells wasn't considered likely to help them today against the Falcons, and now it's official: Wells is inactive.

    Wells was limited in practice during the week with swelling in his knee.

    Tim Hightower, who had 13 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown last week for the Cardinals, should see plenty of action today.
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    Jake Delhomme inactive, Seneca Wallace will start for Browns

    Posted by Michael David Smith on September 19, 2010 11:51 AM ET
    The Cleveland Browns' offense will look a lot different this week than it did last week. Which might be a good thing.

    Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Browns starting quarterback Jake Delhomme is inactive for today's game against the Chiefs, and Seneca Wallace will start. Delhomme was listed as doubtful.

    The injury means rookie Colt McCoy is one play away from getting on the field.
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    Todd Heap, Ray Lewis, Anquan Boldin active for Ravens

    Posted by Michael David Smith on September 19, 2010 11:59 AM ET
    Several key Ravens, including tight end Todd Heap, linebacker Ray Lewis and wide receiver Anquan Boldin, were listed on the injury report for this week's game against the Bengals.

    But Baltimore gets a dose of good news this morning: They're all active and ready to go.

    The Ravens' inactives are defensive tackle Terrence Cody, defensive tackle Lamar Divens, offensive tackle Jared Gaither, defensive tackle Arthur Jones, defensive end Paul Kruger, defensive back Prince Miller, linebacker Jason Phillips and wide receiver Donte' Stallworth.

    The Bengals' inactives are defensive end Carlos Dunlap, defensive end Jonathan Fanene, defensive back Brandon Ghee, running back Brian Leonard, linebacker Keith Rivers, wide receiver Jerome Simpson, center Reggie Stephens and third quarterback Dan LeFevour.
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    The post-Week Two injury rundown

    Posted by Mike Florio on September 20, 2010 7:59 AM ET
    For those of you who don't immediately turn the channel whenever my face for radio invades your television for the NBC Sunday Night Football postgame show with Bob Costas, you know that we review with Bob some of the key injuries from the day that was.

    So now that we've harvested that information, we should probably make use of it here.

    After hitting his head on the ground and stumbling back to the huddle, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has fallen into the gears of the league's concussion protocol, whether he likes it or not.

    Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis will have an MRI on his hamstring today. The Jets are cautiously optimistic, but there's a chance that in the short term it's simply wishful thinking.

    Vikings receiver Percy Harvin will have an MRI on his balky hip.

    Texans receiver Andre Johnson left but later returned with an ankle injury; he'll slide into the MRI tube today.

    Steelers quarterback Dennis Dixon injured the same knee that he injured during his final season of college football. It's MRI time for him, too.

    Chargers running back Ryan Mathews sprained an ankle, took a barefoot cart ride, and didn't return. He could have, but the game went San Diego's way without him.

    Falcons running back Michael Turner left with a groin injury that is believed to be minor. He was cleared to return, but the Falcons didn't need him. (The Cardinals may have wondered whether he had any interest in playing quarterback for them.)
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    Hi
    Should I start Eddie Royal or Steve Breaston for fantasy football week 2? Eddie Royal is playing the Seahawks and Steve Breaston is going up against the Falcons.

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