FF week 4: The Score


Another week is in the books and thank god we have professional officials again. While they will never be 100% accurate, we have seen respect for them from the players and coaches in week 4. That and less cheating. Here is the score for week 4 for some players and teams followed the week 4 injuries and another great recipe to top your burgers.



Week 4: The Score


Bobby Tre’ – A

He is a good QB and rushing threat, and looks like a QB1 now.


Stevan Ridley – B+

The pats have found their back. It is time now for them to stop playing games with him and just let him do his thing.  Start him every week.


Peyton Manning – B+

If you were smart enough to draft him in the middle rounds, you now have your QB1 to go along with some nice backs and receivers.


Vikings DEF/SP – B+

Minnesota is 3-1 due to some great all-around play. They are scoring points on SP and had 2 return scores last week.


Greg Olsen – B

He has become cam’s security blanket and can now be considered a weekly starter. on the season he has caught 20 for 256 and a lone TD. If he is available, pick him up this week.


Marshawn Lynch – B

in four games he has run 92 times for 423 and a couple of scores, averaging 4.6 YPC. He can now be considered among the best in the league.


DeSean Jackson – B-

“DeMouth” is starting to look like the premier deep threat that we expected him to be. He will have his ups and downs, but one good week out of your FLEX from him could put you over the top in your match-up.


Tony Romo – C-

The Bears defense on Monday Night Football was not kind to Romo, who intercepted him five times, returning two of those for touchdowns in a 34-18 rout. The Cowboys face a tough five-game stretch against the Ravens, Panthers, Giants, Falcons and Eagles. Those two games against the Giants and Eagles. Romo = bench


Steven Jackson – D

Over his past 11 games, S-Jax has reached 80 rushing yards once. He had a 23-yard run Sunday. On his other 17 carries, he got 22 yards


FF Injury Report

Sunday wasn’t a huge day for injuries, but there are still some key injuries to discuss.

Jake Locker’s non-throwing shoulder is not in good shape. One week after the best game of his young career, the Tennessee QB is had an MRI on Monday. Greg Jennings caught a touchdown early, but was on the sideline during the second half after aggravating his groin injury. Head coach Mike McCarthy mentioned on Monday that they may shut him down for a week so that he can recover. Santonio Holmes was carted off in the second half after suffering a non-contact injury to his left foot. Here are some other key injuries from week 4. Joe Flacco – Ankle –Questionable. Michael Vick – Knee – Probable. LeSean McCoy – Knee – Probable. Matt Forte – Ankle – Questionable. Ahmad Bradshaw – Neck – Probable. Steven Jackson – Groin – Probable. Fred Jackson – Knee – Probable. C.J. Spiller – Shoulder – Probable. Jonathan Stewart - Toe – Probable. Ben Tate - Toe – Questionable. Peyton Hillis – Ankle – Questionable. Torrey Smith – Ankle – Questionable. Jeremy Maclin – Hip – Probable. Kenny Britt – Ankle – Questionable. Hakeem Nicks – Knee – Questionable.




Burger “Special Sauce” #2



3/4 Cup Mayo

2 Tablespoons soy sauce

1 Tablespoon Dark Brown Sugar

1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce

1 Tablespoon minced fresh chives

1 medium garlic clove, minced or pressed (about 1 tsp)

3/4  teaspoon ground black pepper



Whisk all ingredients together in bowl. yum.




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