Week 10 of the football season kicked off with a bang on Thursday as the Denver Broncos came from behind to beat the Cleveland Browns 34-30. This game featured the first career start for the Browns QB Brady Quinn who had a solid showing with 239 passing yards and 2 TD passes. TE Kellen Winslow was the biggest beneficiary of Quinn’s play getting 10 catches for 111 yards and 2 TD’s.
The Broncos had a huge game from QB Jay Cutler who passed for 447 yards with 3 TD’s and 1 Int. WR Eddie Royal had six of the receptions for a stunning 164 yards and a TD, having his biggest game since his Week 1 performance. Also, having a big game for the Broncos was RB Ryan Torain whom many fantasy football owners have been waiting to see. Torain went for 68 yards and a TD before injuring his knee, which has landed him on injured reserve and his season is over as quick as it started. So, now, all the questions about Torain can stop, at least until next season.
As you prepare the rest of your line-up for Week 10, please enjoy the Bruno Boys Weekly Rundown (fantasy style).
Reggie Bush still nursing injured MCL, ruled out for Week 10
New Orleans Saints RB Reggie Bush who suffered a MCL injury week 7 will miss at least one more week. It appears that the Saints believe that with one more week of rest, Bush should be ready to go for a Week 11 match-up against the Kansas City Chiefs. So, if you own Bush keep him reserved for Week 10 against the Atlanta Falcons, but keep an eye on this situation for Week 11. If Bush plays Week 11, he is a must start against a struggling Chiefs defense.
RB Deuce McAllister will likely once again get the start in Bush’s place Week 10. Consider McAllister a solid RB2 option against the Falcons whose run defense has yielded 120 rushing yards per game with 9 rushing TD’s on the season.
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