QB- Apparently the Cardinals are having fan tryouts for the QB position this week. Auditions are to take place in the parking lot of Applebees.
LB-Ray Lewis (Out for the season- Torn Triceps) Ray Lewis is the heart of the Ravens. Taking Lewis away from the Baltimore defense is like expecting Popeye to win a drunken fist fight without his spinach. What is even worse about Lewis suffering a torn triceps and missing the 2012 season, is that this may be the end of his career. The 37 year old future Hall of Famer can't play forever, especially at such a demanding position. Let's hope this isn't how he goes out. I'm sure he will manage to rally the troops and inspire his teammates. The man could convince you to run through a brick wall.
CB Lardarius Webb (Out for the season-Torn ACL) Losing Ray Lewis for the season is like Sons of Anarchy losing Opie to a pipe beating. If that wasn't bad enough, look what else we can throw on to the fire. Lardarius Webb suffered a torn ACL against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. As a result, Webb will miss the remainder of the season. The only injury some fans wanted on that day were Cowboys fans. Fans who hoped Quartberback Tony Romo, would find a way to be out for the season. Watch out, Romo. Cowboys fans may make you the next Nancy Kerrigan.
LB Scott Fujita (Out-Neck) Scott Fujita has been battling Commissioner, Roger Goodell over alleged bounty violations. But this neck injury seems to be one battle that Fujita may not win. The Browns fear that Fujita's neck injury could end his 11 year career. NFL fans nation wide wish you a speedy recovery and hopes he can get back on the field.
RB Trent Richardson (Questionable-Rib)- Rookie halfback Trent Richardson has apparently suffered a rib cartilage injury. The pain is said to be the exact feeling most Browns fans get while following this team.
RB DeMarco Murray (Questionable-Ankle)- Murray was shredding the Baltimore defense on Sunday, especially early in the first half. Murray had rushed for over 90 yards on 13 attempts before suffering ligament damage in his foot. Luckily it's not season ending, which many feared originally. In all likeliness, expect him to miss this week against the Panthers. Fantasy owners, like Black Friday shoppers, create a stampede on your way to get back-up halfback, Felix Jones.
RB Jahvid Best (Out for the season-Concussion) -Sorry, fantasy owners. Best will not be in the Lions backfield this season. Best did not pass his neurological tests and as a result, will not play this year.You guys will have to make due with Mikel Leshoure.
Green Bay Packers
WR Greg Jennings (Questionable-Groin) Jennings missed Sunday's game once again, due to a nagging groin injury. I can most certainly relate to the intense pain and lengthy recovery that comes with groin injuries. When I was 13 years old, I tried to perform a Stone Cold Stunner on a friend, Carlo, as we wrestled for the WWF title on the trampoline. Although the move caused an intense pain that is hard to describe, the move was effective and I came out victorious. So Greg, I know exactly what you're going through. Life as a gladiator is tough.
Kansas City Chiefs
QB Matt Cassel (Out-Concussion) Chiefs fans made news for the first time since 1993, when they received criticism for cheering after QB Matt Cassel suffered an injury. In reality, Chiefs fans should boo themselves for being Chiefs fans.
RB Peyton Hillis (Out-Ankle) We should build a time capsule and bury a group of random things that were popular during this era. Let's make sure to include a copy of Madden 12 with Peyton Hillis on the cover. 40 years from now, while opening up the time capsule, all of these strangers will let out a collective "WHO?" and look puzzled at the sight of Hillis. For some reason, this humors me.
New England Patriots
QB Tom Brady (Probable-Head) Sources close to the Patriots state that Brady's head injury will be monitored all week. They also, went on to say that they will monitor his organic Vanilla Bean Almond moisturizer exfoliate and his stack of GQ magazines as well.
New Orleans Saints
LB Jonathan Vilma (Active-Knee) Vilma is set to make his 2012 debut on Sunday against Tampa Bay. So watch out QB Josh Freeman. Vilma has a roll of $20s and needs someone to knock out.
Everybody is injured. Move along…..
QB Jake Locker (Probable-Shoulder) Titans coach Mike Munchak stated that Jake Locker will start this Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Locker will attempt to join Mark Sanchez as another mediocre QB who was able to throw all over the horrendous Bills defense.
Chris Johnson, you keep counting that cash, pal. Your 91 rushing yards against the Steelers hasn't swayed me. If you're still able to run all over the Bills defense like everyone else, I still won't be swayed. I'll take this feud to Skip Bayless/Lebron James heights. Except in our case, no one will care if you win a championship and I won't look like a ventriloquist dummy that sits on a weird uncle's lap.