Sunday, November 15, 2009

Fantasy Football: Week 10 Pre-Game Planner Update-Betts and Boldin to start

Washington back Ladell Betts (ankle) and Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin (ankle) will both start and should produce big numbers.
Betts is starting for injured starter Clinton Portis and has a shot to prove he can be a consistent runner. The word is Portis could now miss 3-plus games because of his concussion.
Boldin is always a must start, but he will be playing with more of a chip on his shoulder today. He was extremely ticked that he didn't play last week and has been champing at the bit to get back on the playing field.
Every time he touches the ball today he will be making the most of it.
I see a TD and 80 yards rushing and 8 catches for 50 yards receiving for Betts.
I see 9 catches for 120 yards receiving and a TD for Boldin.

Fantasy Football: Week 10 Pre-Game Update-WILLIAMS IS A GO!

KFFL. com, and the Carolina Web site indicate that DeAngelo Williams (knee)will definitely start today against Atlanta.
I get the feeling that Carolina coach John Fox was trying to pull an Eric Mangini and try to psyche out the media and their opponent by making Williams' injury a mystery.
Reporters indicated throughout the week that Williams walked brisk and without a limp through the lockerroom.
Start Williams with confidence. Other experts are telling you that backup Jonathan Stewart will take touches away from Williams. Don't bet on it. Stewart has been questionable with an achilles injury and won't be 100 percent either.

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Fantasy Football: Week 10 Pre-Game Planner-Williams looking good

The big question before the 1 p.m. kickoffs is whether or not DeAngelo Williams (knee) will play for Carolina. Reports indicate he has been solid in warmups and seems likely to start. A decision will be made by noon.
Buffalo receiver Terrell Owens and Philadelphia back Brian Westbrook will both start.
If you're looking for some last-minute replacements, try Tampa Bay QB Josh Freeman, KC back Jamaal Charles and Oakland receiver Chaz Schilens.

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