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BeitragVerfasst am: 05.03.2019, 03:56    Titel: It’s a fine matchup for Edwards . Jersey Antworten mit Zitat

This is the final time you will have to deal with byes this season — but the most challenging. The Rams and Chiefs have a break after their historic Monday night shootout Kansas City Chiefs Womens T-Shirt , two prolific teams with numerous fantasy stars.Tough timing, with many owners vying for key victories to strengthen playoff positioning. Some other key injuries also make this a crucial waiver run with only two weeks left in many fantasy regular-season schedules.RUNNING BACKSGUS EDWARDS, Ravens (0.2 percent owned): The undrafted rookie surprisingly took hold of the lead role in the Baltimore backfield in Week 11, rushing for 115 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries, and now he has an apparent opportunity to continue as the No. 1 RB as the Ravens take on the Raiders. It’s a fine matchup for Edwards to continue to build on his momentum. John Harbaugh does not seem to trust Alex Collins and there aren’t really other competitors for the carries. You have to take the flier on Edwards, but keep in mind the Ravens have not leaned heavily on any one RB this season yet.JOSH ADAMS, Eagles (28.1): We have recommended this other undrafted rookie previously, and 22.1 percent of fantasy players added him last week, but he remains underowned. Adams has yet to reach double digit carries or 65 rushing yards in a game, but he was on his way to officially seizing the lead RB role last week before the Eagles were blown out by the Saints. He provided Philadelphia’s only score on a 28-yard TD run, flashing his upside, and we could see his best production this week in a much friendlier matchup with the Giants.LEGARRETTE BLOUNT, Lions (9.8): The well-traveled veteran has rushed for only 16 yards in his last four games, as he became a complete afterthought with Kerryon Johnson moving into clear lead back and Fantasy RB1 territory. But Johnson is expected to miss Thursday’s game against Chicago with a knee injury and Blount should be the top ball carrier for the Lions. It’s not a good matchup against Chicago’s elite run defense and Theo Riddick is a better add in PPR leagues if available, but Blount will start for Detroit and may have to be the alternative option if you need a one-week play and cannot acquire Edwards or Adams.WIDE RECEIVERSKEKE COUTEE, Texans (14.3): Most rookie receivers are unreliable Kansas City Chiefs Hats , but Coutee seems to have a safer floor than others when he has been healthy. He also seems to be a preferred target over recently acquired veteran Demaryius Thomas, who seems to be fading into the twilight of his career. Coutee already has three double figure PPR performances in four relatively healthy appearances this year.D.J. MOORE, Panthers (32.0): He previously showed some glimpses of his considerable promise before breaking out with seven catches for 157 yards and a TD in Week 11 against Detroit. Like many first year wideouts, Moore is a risky play and can follow up a big game with a quiet one. But he has the most pure talent and potential of any Carolina WR and the opportunity to take the lead role in the Panthers pass-catching corps if he can continue to trend upward.TRE’QUAN SMITH (13.4): Because he plays in such an explosive offense, Smith could be the top add of the week, especially after registering 10 catches for 157 yards and a TD in the destruction of the Eagles. Smith seems set to be the Saints’ top pure deep playmaker for some time to come. There may be a quiet outing here and there, but it’s unlikely in Week 12 against Atlanta.QUARTERBACKSJAMEIS WINSTON, Buccaneers (9.4): He Is back as the starter again, but just like the guy he replaced, Ryan Fitzpatrick, he has a lot of upside with big risk. Winston threw four TD passes against the Falcons in Week 6 and was intercepted four times by the Bengals in Week 8. The matchup vs. the 49ers this week can inspire confidence, but he’s a roller coaster ride vs. any opponent. Taking Winston is advised if you need to replace Patrick Mahomes or Jared Goff and the waiver wire is very thin at QB, If you have a backup with a safer floor, you may want to stick with that.BAKER MAYFIELD, Browns (37.5): Mayfield is a very good replacement for Mahomes or Goff, and may not melt like Winston when you need him to be stable. Mayfield has thrown nine TD passes in his past four games Kansas City Chiefs Womens Hoodie , with two TD passes in three of them and three vs. Atlanta before last week’s bye. He has a friendly matchup vs. Cincinnati this week.TIGHT ENDSCAMERON BRATE, Buccaneers (8.9): Brate has faded into the background recently with the ascension of O.J. Howard, but a knee injury has clouded Howard’s outlook for Week 12. If Howard is out or limited against the 49ers, Brate could re-emerge as a prime TD threat for Winston, who has favored him often in scoring situations in the past.CHRIS HERNDON, Jets (6.6): This rookie does not have much upside, but he caught TD passes in three consecutive games from Weeks 6 to 8 and then caught four passes for 62 yards in Week 9. Herndon may not hurt you this week and is obviously a threat to score. The Jets passing game has looked bad lately, but if they can show respectability against New England, Herndon should be involved somehow. Every team but one will experience this day feeling bad. It’s like a morgue—quiet and sullen, terrible. No one is happy about it; no one wants to do it. Exit physical day. Coach meeting day. Locker clean-out day. Goodbye day.For many years of my career, I was blessed that this day came in the playoffs, but in my mind, that only made it worse. Only three out of 12 years did I have to experience this out of the playoffs. That was cleaner and came with less of a sting. Once you get into the playoffs, you feel like you have a chance to do anything and the abrupt end of it all tends to hurt more. There is quite a bit of work to be done on this day due to the fact that you may not see some of these players again for three months. Every organization does it a bit differently, but here is the summary of what happens in every one of the buildings around the league.Every player must have an exit physical of some sort. All injuries for the year for each player have been summarized and tallied. Some players sign off and simply say that they are “good to go.” Some need to be seen by physicians for ongoing injuries. Some players want to be seen for things they haven’t previously reported or minor issues that they just want checked out and put into their medical records. Many times, a player may not be limited by the condition—they just want it to be recorded. As with any day that involves full team medical physicals Womens Customized Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys , there is a mountain of paperwork that must be filed and sorted. Electronic medical records have simplified this, but it is still an ominous task. I always tried to have this prepped and ready to go two weeks ahead of time, making changes as I needed to. X-rays, MRIs and baseline concussion testing all happen on this day. Visits with orthopedic physicians as well as internal medical physicians must all take place if necessary.All players that are scheduled to be free agents need to be seen by physicians, so their updated medical status can be known prior to free agency – typically the second week of March. All players that are scheduled to go to the Pro Bowl have another pile of paperwork and need to be seen on this day to finalize that process as well. They get rushed to Orlando this week if they are healthy and playing. This is the day or week that all offseason surgeries are scheduled. Players will request medical imaging be sent all over the nation, getting second opinions for themselves and their agents. Some will decide to have surgery locally, while some will travel to do it with other physicians. The long and short-term rehabilitation schedule is created. Players that are on injured reserve that have been working all year will continue to do so until cleared. Some players stick around a couple of weeks to work on maintenance issues from the long season. Players will typically have meetings with position coaches, the head coach and the general manager. Other departments have check-ins as well – equipment, video, football operations, player engagement and strength and conditioning. The day is long due to the fact that every player on the roster, injured reserve and practice squad all have to be seen by every department.Locker room clean-out is like moving out of a house all in one day with 65-plus people. Trash bags and boxes are everywhere—players taking things and throwing them out. Some individuals find it a decent chance to get anything players don’t want to keep.I have seen the entire range of emotions on this day. Some players just want to get it over with and leave town. Some stick around and get emotional, knowing that they could be moving on or seeing people for the last time. Some just don’t know what to do with themselves. Think of having the most scheduled and regimented life for eights months in which you have been told what you are doing every hour of the day and then suddenly you don’t. It can be a difficult transition for some. By the end of the day, everyone is exhausted from the season and the process. For many, this will be the first time in weeks that they get a decent night’s sleep. The parking lot is almost empty and will remain that way for several months. Only the coaching and support staff remain during these times. Very few players are around for the next month or so. The building becomes eerily quiet and large with everyone out. The workload goes from a ridiculous number of hours per week to a more normalized 35-to-40-hour week. It’s a time to catch your breath. Vacation time is scheduled, weekends fill in a hurry. There is a chance to actually see your family and friends now. With the league now having essentially one major event per month www.chiefscheapshoponline.com , the downtime is limited. The Scouting Combine is merely weeks away in February and everything will begin again with draft prep soon enough. Free agency hits in March, players return in April, draft in late April, minicamps and OTAs in May and June. It jumps back on you in a hurry. It’s obviously never fun to end the season with a loss, but only a select few get to do it the other way. It is a different feeling to see people leave when you have spent so much time together over the last eight months or so. For some, its goodbye for now and for others, it’s just goodbye. Rest assured, there will be a full, new crop returning soon, so it’s time to do something to take your mind off football for a while. Everyone has all earned it, no matter how the season ends.Aaron Borgmann is the founder of Borgmann Rehab Solutions. He spent 12 years in the NFL as an assistant athletic trainer and physical therapist before joining Arrowhead Pride.
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