It seems like it’s been forever since Thursday’s game. Who played again? Today is the day us fake footballers have been waiting for. Do you care who wins? Maybe in some of the games, but mostly you are hoping your players destroy and humiliate their opponents leaving them shattered and broken men. Then, in turn, you can send some rather baudy and pointed emails, texts, and tweets to your league mates questioning the validity of their entire world view.

It’s time to get so drunk that you don’t care that your #1 RB just had his leg Theismanned into oblivion.

Click on each game to get a weather report. This time of the year there shouldn’t be too much inclement weather to deal with, but if it’s pouring rain and blowing 50 mph gusts you may want to play your backup QB.

Dallas Cowboys @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Will Romo and Williams make sweet, sweet music together or will Tony actually miss T.O.? I believe Romo will flourish without The Ego barking in his ear.

Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals: If Carson Palmer can’t throw against the oldest secondary in the world, who can he throw on?

Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints: The fantasy equivalent to Christmas, your birthday and your first time all wrapped into one. Get the Saints water boy in your lineup!

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts: And thus begins the second coming of Peyton Manning. Today shall be known as All Peyton’s Day! And no, Patton Oswalt doesn’t count.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens: People will watch this game for the same reason they watch NASCAR.

Miami Dolphins @ Atlanta Falcons: Will my man Ronnie deliver? See what Brown can do for you!

Minnesota Vikings @ Cleveland Browns: Purple Jesus and Madden’s Jesus team up to walk on Lake Erie.

New York Jets @ Houston Texans: The fantasy reign of the Texan Gang of Four will begin. Get Schaub, AJ, Slaton and Daniels into your lineup or suffer.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Carolina Panthers: The Panthers run D will be poor, like Maddoff’s clients poor. McCoy and that old guy will run.

San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals: The Power Chair loves playing the 49ers. Look for Fitz to go off unless Madden gets to him first.

St. Louis Rams @ Seattle Seahawks: Am I sitting at the edge of my seat gripping the arm rests shaking and sweating violently in anticipation to see the Seahawks take on the Rams? No, that’s usually just me on a normal Sunday Morning Coming Down, but I am looking forward to seeing if Hasselbeck’s back is back? It seems that as long as he doesn’t sneeze or get planted like a Douglas Fir by a D-lineman, he should do well against the Rams.

Washington Redskins @ New York Giants: Will Eli continue to prove he needed Burress to do the heavy lifting for him? Probably.

Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers: The old rivalry has a new face and an actual QB battle, but I think the Packers have a better team.

Check out what games will be on in your non-NFL Sunday Ticketed area: NFL TV Distribution Maps. Oh, and be careful out there!

  1. Matt B says:

    In a PPR, who would you play in the FLEX position (already start 2 RB, 3 WR):
    NO, Lance Moore vs. DET
    NYJ, Jericho Cotchery @ HOU
    BUF, Fred Jackson @ NE

  2. Doc

    Doc says:

    I like Fast Freddie there.

  3. sickmangarner says:

    I’m pretty new to fantasy football (2 years) but have play baseball for 15. I’m working on some trade scenarios along the ‘chump dump’ angle where I try to get someone’s first rounder for 2 or 3 mid to late rounders. It’s almost always a successful strategy in baseball (provided you’re getting the first rounder). I’m wondering if, given the greater need for depth in football because injuries are so likely, the same wisdom always applies.

    Right now I have Colston and White as my primary WRs. I’d love to add Moss and would trade Colston (5th round) to get him. But, I’d probably have to add Ryan Grant (6th round) and he’s my main backup RB if MJD or Slaton goes down. Is the marginal improvement of Colston to Moss worth the risk of having to dip down to Donald Brown if MJD or Slaton goes down? Sorry for the long question/complicated scenario!

  4. chisox says:

    So Schaub over Romo today?

  5. AL KOHOLIC says:

    i look for witten to score 11-14 td`s this year,barber and felix to get about 65-35 split,and roy to have a respectable 1150-10 season,if the def. plays good they should win the division,cowboy fan here

  6. Doc says:

    @chisox: Romo
    @sickmangarner: For the reason you state chump dumps are risky. Moss is an upgrade but not enough to give up grant. I like colston a lot as well.

  7. The Peoples Champ

    The Peoples Champ says:

    @AL KOHOLIC: Sorry Al, but the other team in PA is the best team in that division.
    @sickmangarner: I second Doc. Colston is not far behind Randy at all.

  8. Doc says:

    Biggest surprises so far? Houston’s offense or lack there of? AGonz getting hurt?

  9. Doc says:

    Boldin is active

  10. Doc says:

    Breaston inactive!

  11. AL KOHOLIC says:

    @Doc: yeah they got me with that one.i benched boldin for breaston

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