Kevin Kolb may not play as poorly as I anticipate, but I anticipate the whole stadium collapsing in a huge gulp of his suckatude, so I’d play Westbrook and that’s about it. I could see playing Desean Jackson, but temper expectations and if I really knew how to temper expectations I think I’d be a 4th level Necromancer or a Battle Troll with 10,000 hit points.
Willie Parker: Fast Willie is now Plodding Along Willie. Tomlin decided to rotate Parker and Mendenhall, but I’m starting to think Moore might see more of the playing field because it looks like the Steelers will go no huddle a lot to keep the defense on the field and Ben off his back. I’d steer very clear of Steelers running backs.
LaDainian Tomlinson: He’s out for reals this Sunday. Sproles will be a decent flex play, but they do face the Ravens. Bennett will get some work, but not enough to consider him for more than, well, nothing really.
Matt Cassel: He’ll be a game time decision. Most of my game time decisions involve fried and or baked cheese and where my beverage is situated. Hopefully you have better choices than Cassel.
Anquan Boldin: He’s questionable, but should play. You’ve got to start him. On the other hand you probably should just sit Steve (I’ll screw you over at the last second) Breaston. Even if he plays I don’t trust him this week.
Kevin Walter: Looks like he may have had a setback and is now listed as questionable. I’d probably sit him no matter what happens. I’m more worried about how this will impact Schaub.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Yes I spelled that without looking it up. If it is wrong, well, I’ll actually be a little pissed. He sat out practice most of the week from back spasms, but put a full practice in Friday. He’ll play and probably do his usual.
Louis Murphy: The Raiders really have nobody else and they are going against a bad Chiefs’ pass D. They will run it a lot, but Murphy will get some deep looks again this week. Throw him in there if you wanna.
Michael Bush: Like I said, Oakland is going to run and run just like Lola, and it looks like Fargas won’t be a factor this week. Get Bush in there, especially in TD heavy leagues.
Jamal Lewis: He practiced fully along with Jerome Harrison. James Davis was limited. And I would stay away from all of them, but my hatred of Lewis could be clouding my judgment. This might be the one time I’d throw him out there if he had somehow wheelchaired his way onto my team.
Johnnie Lee Higgins: You probably don’t care, but if for some reason you have him in a return heavy league it looks like he won’t play. I think he’s being weighed down by all those names.
Antonio Bryant: He will not play on Sunday. This might help Kellen Winslow’s targets if you are on the fence concerning him. All I know is that there are a lot of good tight ends and you and me both are going to go crazy if we keep chasing them around in circles. If your TE lays a goose egg this week it will probably hatch a bunch of baby touchdowns and receptions next week.