FANTASY FOOTBALL SURPRISES AND DISAPPOINTMENTS- WEEK 9
FANTASY FOOTBALL SURPRISES AND DISAPPOINTMENTS – WEEK 9
By John Falabella
Arizona Cardinals – No Kyler, No D-Hop, Missing starting offensive linemen… No problem! The Cardinals dominated the 49ers in Santa Clara and it wasn’t close. The Cardinals played like a first-place team and the 49ers played like a team that was ready for the offseason (some of them, not all)
James Conner – Speaking of the Cardinals, Conner and his three touchdowns were one of the main reasons they were able to beat the 49ers. Conner originally was the replacement for Le’Veon Bell in Pittsburgh and looked the part, but over the past two seasons, he became a pretty ordinary player. Still, on Sunday, he looked like the player from three seasons ago.
Tennessee Titans – The whole league thought that when the Titans lost Derrick Henry that they had lost their identity, but Mike Vrabel had the team believing in the mission. Henry has a chance to come back for the end of the season or the playoffs and the team will be in the hunt with or without him.
Matthew Stafford – Stafford has looked good this season, but he did not look good on Sunday. In fact, he looked like he was back in Detroit at the end of a bad season. Hopefully, he gets back on track for next week.
Dak Prescott – After Cooper Rush led the Cowboys to victory the week before, it looked like the Cowboys could not be stopped but they came crashing back to earth Sunday when they got upset by the 3-5 Broncos..
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