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Week 9

Practice News and Notes:

 

BAL:

Demetrius Williams: (ankle) The team placed him on injured reserve, ending his 2008 season.

BUF:

Josh Reed: (achilles) He did not participate in practice on Wednesday or Thursday. He is not expected to play this Sunday.

CHI:

Marty Booker: (undisclosed) He was limited in Wednesday’s practice and practiced in full on Thursday.

       Brandon Lloyd: (knee) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. His status for this Sunday is unknown.

CLE:

Joe Jurevicius: (knee) He will miss the remainder of the season.

       Donte Stallworth: (quadriceps) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday, but may not start.

DEN:

Brandon Stokley: (concussion) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and participated in practice on Thursday. It appears he will play this Sunday.

GB:

James Jones: (knee) He fully participated in practice on Wednesday and Thursday.

HOU:

Kevin Walter: (knee) He missed practice on Wednesday, but practiced in full on Thursday. He is currently listed as day-to-day, but he is expected to play this Sunday.

        Andre Davis: (finger) He missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is not expected to play this Sunday and could miss up to three weeks.

IND

:

Reggie Wayne: (knee) He missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday.

JAC:

Reggie Williams: (hamstring) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. His status is unknown.

MIN:

Sidney Rice: (knee) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. His status is unknown.

NE:

Randy Moss: (foot) He was limited in practice on Wednesday, but practiced in full on Thursday. He will play this Sunday.

NYJ:

Laveranues Coles: (hamstring) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday.

       Jerricho Cotchery: (shoulder) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday.

PHI:

Reggie Brown: (groin) He practiced in full on Wednesday and Thursday. He should be able to play this Sunday.

       DeSean Jackson: (shoulder) He practiced in full on Wednesday and Thursday. He should be able to play this Sunday.

SEA:

Deion Branch: (heel) He did not practice on Wednesday and he is not expected to play this Sunday.

        Koren Robinson: (knee) He did not practice on Wednesday, but returned on Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday.

STL:

Drew Bennett: (foot) He did some light running on Thursday. His fractured foot continues to heal slowly and he is expected to miss at least a couple more games.

TB:

Ike Hilliard: (shoulder) He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He should be able to play this Sunday.

WAS:

Santana Moss: (hamstring) He did not participate in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to play this Sunday.

 

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Fantasy Points Allowed

Scoring based off one point per 10 yards and six points per touchdown

 

Team

Season

Lst 3 Wks

Season/Hm

Season/Rd

ARI

23.4

27.7

18.5

27.1

ATL

21.5

17.3

20

19.3

BAL

16.4

25.5

10.8

25.1

BUF

19.4

23.2

20.5

20.3

CAR

15.5

19.7

27.1

12.9

CHI

23.5

29.4

23.4

23.5

CIN

20.4

30.1

23.4

28.8

CLE

20.9

24.8

22.8

24.4

DAL

21.4

21.2

19.8

19.7

DEN

20.6

22.6

20.4

23.8

DET

25.5

24.9

28.6

20.5

GB

16.9

9.8

13.4

21.7

HOU

17.5

15.2

15.8

19.2

IND

10.6

10.9

7.9

10.4

JAC

21.1

20.8

23.2

15.5

KC

18.6

14

8.9

25

MIA

25.4

22.7

16.9

35.2

MIN

18.9

17.7

20.2

18.1

NE

22.3

27.7

24.9

25

NO

22

17.3

19.3

25.6

NYG

20.6

22.4

21.6

20

NYJ

19.5

15.7

15.6

20.6

OAK

17.1

14.2

17.3

15.1

PHI

15.7

19.8

18.9

19.1

PIT

14.7

17

14.8

16.8

STL

22.5

14.3

18.8

22.1

SD

21.4

20.1

18.5

25.5

SF

20.5

16.1

14

22.3

SEA

24.6

22.1

24.4

22.8

TB

18.1

12.1

12.5

17.1

TEN

10.9

8.7

9.5

8.8

WAS

18.1

14.1

15.6

19.7

 

 

Favorable Matchups:

 

STL vs. ARI:

Arizona ranks as the fifth weakest fantasy group against the receivers and the second weakest against quarterbacks for the season. They have allowed an average of 139.57 yards, or 14.15 yards per reception on 9.85 receptions, per game. They have allowed 11 touchdowns this season, or 1.57 per game, most in the league.

 

DEN vs. MIA:

Miami ranks as the second weakest fantasy group against the receivers and 12th weakest against the quarterbacks for the season. They have allowed an average of 176.57 yards, or 16.05 yards per reception on 11 receptions, per game. They have allowed nine touchdowns this season, or 1.28 per game, tied for the second most in the league.

 

PHI @ SEA:

Seattle ranks as the third weakest fantasy group against the receivers and fourth weakest against the quarterbacks for the season. They have allowed an average of 177.85 yards, or 14.14 yards per reception on 12.57 receptions, per game. They have allowed eight touchdowns this season, or 1.14 per game, tied for third most in the league.

 

Unfavorable Matchups:

 

GB @ TEN:

Tennessee ranks as the second strongest fantasy group against the receivers and third strongest against the quarterbacks for the season. They have allowed an average of 108.85 yards, or 10.73 yards per reception on 10.14 receptions, per game. They have not allowed a touchdown to any receivers this season, best in the league.

 

NE @

IND:

Indianapolis ranks as the strongest fantasy group against the receivers and strongest against the quarterbacks for the season. The have allowed an average of 97.85 yards, or 10.87 yards per reception on nine receptions, per game. They have allowed one touchdown to receivers this season, second best in the league.

 

WAS vs. PIT:

Pittsburgh ranks as the third strongest fantasy group against the receivers and fourth strongest against the quarterbacks for the season. They have allowed an average of 130.14 yards, or 10.97 yards per reception on 11.85 receptions, per game. They have allowed two touchdowns to receivers this season, third best in the league.

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