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2013 Week 6 NFL Concussion Report

Oct 18, 2013   //   by Dustin Fink   //   Concussion Awareness, SSE Blog  //  Comments Off on 2013 Week 6 NFL Concussion Report

The Concussion Blog Original, NFL Concussion Report, is a weekly compiling of the reported head injuries in the National Football League.  Concussions are added to the list each week from multiple sources to give you the reader a picture of what is happening on the field.  Each week we will bring you the information along […]

10/17 Quick Hits

Oct 17, 2013   //   by Dustin Fink   //   Concussion Awareness, SSE Blog  //  Comments Off on 10/17 Quick Hits

HockeyNow question and answer with Charles Tator (one of the best); HN: What have we learned about concussions that maybe we didn’t know a decade or two or three ago? CT: There are about 30 things that we didn’t know just 10 years ago. For example, the adolescent brain seems to be most susceptible to concussion and […]

I Echo the Call From Cantu

Oct 17, 2013   //   by Dustin Fink   //   Concussion Awareness, SSE Blog  //  Comments Off on I Echo the Call From Cantu

Dr. Robert Cantu recently wrote an article for the Health & Science section of Time that discussed some of the obstacles for true understanding of cumulative effects of collision sports.  As he notes some of it is ambivalence but the main reason is that we truly don’t have the hard data, only tiny snapshots. Cantu begins […]

Julio Jones feared out for the season

Oct 16, 2013   //   by Fantasy - NFL.com   //   Fantasy Football, SSE Blog  //  Comments Off on Julio Jones feared out for the season

Jones suffers foot injury: It’s been a terrible 24 hours for sports fans in Atlanta. The Braves suffer a heartbreaking playoff loss, the Falcons are nipped at the final gun by the Jets … and now this. Julio Jones is reportedly done for the season after suffering a foot injury in the Monday night defeat. Jones was Atlanta’s leading pass-catcher with 41 receptions for 580 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Now, an added burden falls on Tony Gonzalez — especially if Roddy White continues to play at less than 100 percent. However, at this point, the fantasy value of anyone involved in Atlanta’s passing game is plummeting.

Gronk expected back: And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for … the return of Rob Gronkowski! According to various reports, the Patriots play-making tight end is preparing to make his 2013 debut Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. It couldn’t come at a better time for New England, which has been struggling to find some consistency among its pass-catchers. Despite a 4-1 record, the team’s traditionally precise passing game has yet to hit on all cylinders. Gronk’s availability (paired with Danny Amendola‘s return last week) should do wonders not only for the Pats’ offense, but for Tom Brady‘s fantasy value.

Daniels out 3-6 weeks: Things are going from bad to worse for the Houston Texans, who will be without Owen Daniels for the next 3-6 weeks. The tight end suffered a fibula fracture in last week’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Garrett Graham was slowly seeing more targets in the offense, but his responsibilities should increase significantly for the foreseeable future. However, Graham could find himself in a tough matchup this week against the Rams, who are allowing just 6.62 fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends.

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Monday Nightmare: Where Geno outscores Matty Ice

Oct 16, 2013   //   by Fantasy - NFL.com   //   Fantasy Football, SSE Blog  //  Comments Off on Monday Nightmare: Where Geno outscores Matty Ice

How many of you headed into Monday night even thought of benching Matt Ryan for Geno Smith? I’m sure it never crossed Brandon’s mind. Though maybe it should have as the Jets’ signal caller outdueled the guy who was supposed to lead the Falcons to the Super Bowl.

We call this the triple whammy. You lost. To your spouse. And it was because the Jets won. It doesn’t get much more nightmarish than this.

But this isn’t the only letdown of the evening. Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez were OK. Neither cracked the 10-point barrier in standard NFL.com leagues. Roddy White continues to struggle. And what about the Falcons defense? They looked like a winner at home going up against a rookie quarterback. Not so much.

The Falcons defense managed just three points, and no doubt cost many fantasy owners. Including this one who started the Falcons D in at least one league.

So let’s hear your tales of woe. There are many of you suffering out there. Consider this your fantasy therapy couch. Share, you’ll feel better when you do.

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