Fantasy football Roundtable: Is it time to stash Brown, Crabtree?
Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 DeMarco Murray injury put a damper on Week 6 performance for fantasy owners Related In partnership with SBNation.com By Matthew Fairburn Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray was on his way to his usual productive game for fantasy football owners on Sunday night against the Redskins when he left the game with a knee injury. Murray rushed for 29 yards and a touchdown before exiting the game and did not return, so his numbers stayed in that spot. Fantasy spin: Murray could be out for a while with what the Cowboys are calling a sprained knee. Joseph Randle replaced Murray and rushed for a touchdown of his own late in Dallas' 31-16 win over Washington. Fantasy owners and the Cowboys will miss Murray, who was running well early in the 2013 season. Randle isn't the most talented running back in the world, but he is going to be getting the majority of the carries in an explosive offense for the foreseeable future.
NFL Week 6 injury update: DeMarco Murray, Randall Cobb hurting
Louis Rams , exiting to cheers from the hometown crowd after suffering a right ankle injury. The play took place in the third quarter, when Schaub's leg was twisted on a sack by Rams DE Chris Long. Schaub will undergo further testing to determine the severity and location of the ankle injury, and if he is unable to play next week at Kansas City, T.J. Yates would get the start at quarterback. Running Backs DeMarco Murray , Dallas Cowboys (knee) Murray left in the second quarter of the Cowboys' win over Washington last night after suffering a left knee injury. The Dallas RB immediately called to the bench after the play asking to be removed from the game, but he was able to leave the field under his own power. There is no word out of Dallas yet regarding the severity of the injury or Murray's availability for next week's divisional matchup at Philadelphia. Wide Receivers Danny Amendola , New England Patriots (head) The Patriots WR was knocked out of his team's thrilling 30-27 win over New Orleans yesterday after taking a hit to the head from Saints safety Rafael Bush. The injury took place in the third quarter, as Amendola was running upfield and was struck in the head by the charging New Orleans defensive back.
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Ware strained his right quadriceps muscle in the first quarter. Murray exited in the second quarter with an MCL sprain in his left knee. Their health is likely to go a long way toward determining whether the Cowboys end a three-year playoff drought. It won't help that the first game after the injuries is Sunday in Philadelphia. The Cowboys and Eagles are tied for the NFC East lead at 3-3. The update from coach Jason Garrett was the same it is every week with every player - Ware and Murray will be evaluated daily, and there is no timetable. Ware has played through injuries before - mostly involving his neck - which is why he has appeared in all 134 games with 133 starts as he approaches the halfway point of his ninth season. He called himself doubtful and said he wouldn't have played if the game were check this out Monday.
Ware, Murray questionable for Dallas
Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 DeMarco Murray could only miss one week with injury, improving fantasy football value Related In partnership with SBNation.com By Matthew Fairburn Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray could only miss one game after spraining his knee in Sunday night in a win over the Washington Redskins , according to Clarence Hill of the Forth Worth Star-Telegram . Murray ran for 29 yards and a touchdown before exiting the game, and this news is certainly encouraging considering the initial prognosis on the injury. Fantasy spin: The latest news on Murray's injury should come as a relief to his fantasy owners. Knee injuries are always scary, but Murray seems to have avoided a serious injury. Joseph Randle is in line to get the majority of the carries in the Cowboys' Week 7 game against the Philadelphia Eagles with Murray out. He's worth picking up for the short term, but as soon as Murray returns, Randle will go back to being nothing more than a handcuff for fantasy football owners.
I loved Johnson entering the season, but I will never draft him again. 3. We saw what the absence of Calvin Johnson for a game did to the Detroit Lions. With that in mind, what injury situation heading into this week is going to have the biggest negative impact on the fantasy players remaining on that team? Beller: It has to be Julio Jones in Atlanta. Jones wasn't just Matt Ryan's lone reliable weapon.