Fantasy Football: Talkin' About Practice Week Ten

Ryan Lester@LestersLegendsSenior Writer INovember 11, 2009

NEW ORLEANS - SEPTEMBER 13:  Calvin Johnson #81 of the Detroit Lions runs past Malcom Jenkins #27 of the New Orleans Saints at the Louisiana Superdome on September 13, 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Saints defeated the Lions 45-27.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Practiced (No Worries)

Anquan Boldin (ankle)—Boldin could have played last week if it were a playoff game. He should be good to go this week and hopefully in the clear. Oh, and Kurt Warner didn’t miss him last week.
Calvin Johnson (knee)—Megatron is too good to bench when he can give it a go.

Practiced (Don’t Use)

Donald Brown (shoulder)—Brown practiced, but he did that last week as well. He could play this week in the showdown against New England, but I wouldn’t gamble on him until he proves he’s back.
Darren McFadden (knee)—It’s good to know he practiced, but he likely won’t reclaim the starting job from Justin Fargas this week.

Limited (No Worries)

Bernard Berrian (hamstring)—Should be fine, and a nice play against the Lions.
Brett Favre (groin)—He’s the Chuck Norris of football.
Aaron Rodgers (foot, toe)—The Pack are just giving him rest because he’s under attack on game days.

Limited (Don’t Use)

Matthew Stafford (knee)—Stafford is going to under heavy fire against Jared Allen and the Vikings. Multiple INTs seems inevitable.
Muhsin Muhammad (knee)—Moose returned to practice. Even if he is good to go this week against Atlanta, he has no business on a fantasy roster at this point.

Missed Practice (No Worries)

Marques Colston (flu)—He’ll should be fine.
Jonathan Stewart (heel)—This is part of his routine.
DeAngelo Williams (knee)—D-Will should be good to go.

Missed Practice (Worry)

Antonio Bryant (knee)—It’s beginning to look like a lost season for Bryant.
Terrell Owens (hip)—T.O. is a gamer, but even if he’s good to go, he appears to have lost it this year.
Clinton Portis (concussion)—I’m convinced he’ll miss this week’s game.
Brian Westbrook (ankle)—I can’t trust him until he suits up.

Originally published at LestersLegends.com .


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