NFL 2018, Week 10: In or Out and other news

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  1. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Per HC of New Orleans he does not expect Dez to be ready to play this week - he is currently over 5 lbs the weight they want him at, and he is just learning the play book
     
  2. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Mudd doesn't expect him to ever get ready for much. :D
     
  3. Walter34

    Walter34 Well-Known Member

    Just turned 30 last week - happy birthday Dez

    2014 - 1320 yds, 16 TDs
    2015 - 401 yds, 3 TDs
    2016 - 796 yds, 8 TDs
    2017 - 838 yds, 6 TDs

    I don't see much upside here at all and really no interest. He will have some games of nothing and maybe 1 or 2 games with a score. Guessing when he might hit (if at all) isnt worth it to me.

    Thomas, kamara, Ingram, treQuon and watson and then add Dez. Nice for Brees but more often than not Dez will have a 2 catch - 15 yard day.
     
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  4. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Chris Thompson is out.
     
  5. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    Jets make it official McCown to start this week
     
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  6. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Derek Anderson is out.
     
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  7. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    James Conner was placed in the concussion protocol.
     
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  8. jjtweeks

    jjtweeks Moderator

    ouch
     
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  9. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    And Bell is grabbing a Whopper in the Steel City.
     
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  10. Phicinfan

    Phicinfan Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything Administrator

    uh...are you looking into he windows or something? :eek:o_O:confused:
     
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  11. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Onion rings with extra onion ring sauce to boot. Wow, what a mile. Is that a strawberry shake?
     
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  12. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    rotoworld.com


    Mike McCarthy said Randall Cobb was limited Thursday because of the same hamstring which has bothered him since Week 3.

    Cobb was downgraded to limited on Thursday after getting in a full practice Wednesday. These comments suggest Cobb suffered a setback and was not just getting some extra rest. He is looking legitimately questionable to face the Dolphins.
     
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  13. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Sammy Watkins returned to practice Friday.
     
  14. Walter34

    Walter34 Well-Known Member

    update, Watkins tripped over an extra long blade of grass and tweaked his ankle.
     
  15. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Chad Williams is out.

    Chris Carson is a GTD.

    Allen Robinson will return for the Bears.

    Matt Bryant is out.

    Dez is not expected to play.

    Erik Swoope is out.
     
  16. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Colts waived RB Robert Turbin.
     
  17. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Tom Pelissero reports Dez Bryant left Friday's practice with what the Saints fear is a torn Achilles.
     
  18. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Marlon Mack will play.
     
  19. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    Doug Baldwin will play.

    Kittle remained limited at practice today.
     
  20. mudloggerone

    mudloggerone Outlaw Administrator

    rotoworld.com

    Albert Breer confirms Dez Bryant suffered a torn Achilles.



    The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec reports Joe Flacco's (hip) status for Week 11 against the Bengals is "in question."

    The severity of the injury is unclear. Jason La Canfora added that Flacco's currently seeking medical opinions and he "could require surgery" or "prolonged rest." This news coincidently comes during the team's bye week, which would seamlessly work as a transition to instill rookie Lamar Jackson under center. Jackson completed 34-of-68 passes for 408 yards, three touchdowns, and one pick on 88 drop backs during the preseason. His fantasy production ultimately derives from his legs, though, which he used to rush for 23/136/3 in the preseason, too. He'll close the year as a viable QB1 for his rushing floor alone.
     

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