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Rawls has knee injury

Yesterday, 07:35 PM

Possibly nothing. Probably nothing.


.....but it never seems to fail. Listed as Questionable today with a knee:




Rawls was limited at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Only a few short hours after Marshawn Lynch's sports hernia surgery was announced, Rawls landed on the injury report, though his ability to practice in some capacity doesn't really place a cloud yet over his Week 12 availability.




Yesterday, 01:03 PM

Thinking about throwing old man Celek out there tomorrow. Ertz is out, and the Lions have been vulnerable to TE's. He has 134 yards and 79 yards the last 2 weeks....including 10 targets last week.



Anybody giving him a look?

Spencer Ware

22 November 2015 - 09:45 PM

This guy came in and looked fantastic today. 11/96/2.


The Chark may or may not be sidelined for a while with a hammy, while Kniles wasn't even active. De'Anthony Thomas was also knocked outta the game with a concussion.


I know very little about Ware. Played at LSU and drafted by Seattle (like every other RB in the league seemingly). Fools gold? Anyone have any insight? Does he get the lions-share if the Chark is out, or does Kniles come in a do what he always does in relief? Has he earned some carries even if the Chark plays?


This season is unprecedented as far as RB's are concerned. I can hardly keep up.


Here is some information and film on Ware:




James Jones

20 November 2015 - 08:48 PM

Guy couldn't be stopped for his 1st several weeks in GB. Seemed like a set-it-and-forget-it WR1. However, he has dropped off a cliff. So, what gives?


Yes, the GB offense had been horrible during the last 3 weeks, but last week he was held without a catch. Age and mediocrity catching up to him? Anyone holding out hope? Anyone still starting him?


This is a curious case. Do Adams and Montgomery now relegate him to fantasy obscurity or does he bounce back strong?

Week 10 Waiver Wire RB's

08 November 2015 - 08:10 PM

RB's continue to be a weekly M.A.S.H. unit.


-Karlos Williams. All this guy does is produce. 110 rushing yards and 2 TD's...on 9 carries. McCoy says he will be back Thursday, and looked great today, but Karlos is a potential stud down the stretch with Tyrod and Sammy back. I am kicking myself for not rostering him in one league where he was available. His 3rd career concussion gave me pause.


-Shane Draughn? Looked pretty good in relief of Hyde. He was the one of three (PT and Gaskins) that I least expected to produce. Figures.


-James Starks. Lacy just isn't getting it done, and now has a groin injury. Too many bacon cheeseburgers? Starks looks fresh and quick....just what the Packs need.


-Marcel Reece/Taiwan Jones/Roy Helu? If LMurray misses a lot of time, one of these guys is gonna be worth owning in that revamped offense.


-David Cobb. Coming back next week. Yes, Andrews looked pretty good today, but Cobb could overtake him at some point. One would think that he is the more talented RB of the two. 


-Bolden/White. With Dion Lewis out, one of these guys has a chance to put up #'s....good luck deciding which.


-Bradshaw. Indy seems to be back on track, and with a much easier schedule after the bye. Caught a TD today......and we remember what he did last season in that offense.


I am sure I am forgetting some....