Mike Jurecki of XTRA Sports confirms Beanie Wells remains on track to start when eligible to be activated from I.R./designated for return in Week 12.
La'Rod Stephens-Howling will make his final start in Week 11 against Atlanta. Wells appears to already be fully recovered from his early-season toe and knee injuries. The Cardinals will face the Rams in two Sundays.
Just lost McCoy. Do you think he's worth a start this week??
I am starting Beanie over McCoy as well. Just seems like Wells will get more carries and they won't be rushing McCoy back that's for sure. I have Bradhsaw as well if anyone suggests else.
I lost McCoy to....but I do have Howling....I would think they would only use Wells for couple of touches...slowly bring him back.
From what has been stated for the past couple weeks. Wells has been ready for a while now. And the Cardinals are ready to let him carry. And just completely take out Stephen.
All I know is McCoy has a concussion and is playing Monday Night (I hate when that happens) and I doubt he will play. And Bradshaw I just don't know what to expect from him.
He shouldn't even start right off the bat. Hyphen has been doing good! Why stop it?
Never heard of "XTRA Sports..." Sounds like a fly by night outfit.
drafted him then dropped him then picked him up about 4 weeks ago. I'm not planning on playing him, good god no. Just wanted to roster him so no one else in my league who is desperate at RB could take him.
I've had you on IR since week 4, you better come through for me!
that sucks i just picked him up !
Because he cares that "you've" had him on IR since week 4... hmmm k.
I know he doesn't care about some random fantasy player, but he's essentially my season's Hail-Mary so I decided to make a joke of it. Don't know why I specifically mattered enough for someone to "correct" my thinking when every injury update has 3 or 4 of these that are sincere.
Yeah jfever he was clearly typing directly to Wells.... Lighten up.
i second this comment, Fantasy football is serious stuff if you didnt already know.