There's a lot to be thankful for in this NFL season and beyond, but injuries aren't one of them. Even the teams that have avoided sheer numbers have had key injuries. Players line up outside the training room and coaches shift names on the magnet board, with seasons turning like ankles.
Maybe your fantasy team is the same, but for many of us, we're in the last week of that season and getting ready for the playoffs. The byes are behind us, there's not much more to the waiver wire and this is probably about seeding. That makes it—like every week—important.
Did you draft Arian Foster too high? You did if you drafted him at all. How about Reggie Wayne? Were you like me taking a flier on Ahmad Bradshaw? Well, his foot is fine, after all. I'd love to hear in the comments what your best move has been this season, or maybe your worst move makes for a better story.
At worst, you're waiting until next year. Hopefully you've had fun with your friends and you haven't stressed yourself out. There's no sport out there that should make or break your day, real or imaginary. If there's one thing I've learned this year, it's that winning isn't everything and that Lombardi was wrong. Make sure your fantasy team isn't the most important thing in your life.
Of course, with the holiday and coming in a day early with the injury report, there's more that can change. That means it will be even more important to read the Med Check on Sunday morning and watch Fantasy Live at noon Eastern to make sure you get the latest and best info. But for now, let's take a look around the league.