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Depth Chart Watch: Battered Ram

Howard Bender

Howard Bender

Howard Bender has been covering fantasy sports for over a decade on a variety of web sites. For more from him, you can find his personal musings on his blog or follow him on Twitter at @rotobuzzguy. For questions, thoughts or comments you can email him at

Bears QB - A little slap in the face with Murphy's Law for Jay Cutler owners this week, huh? He was a highly recommended play this week, facing a weak Redskins pass defense, but a groin injury suffered in the second quarter put him on the shelf for the duration of the game, and Josh McCown took over at quarterback the rest of the way. Cutler will have an MRI done Monday and will be officially diagnosed and evaluated then. Should Cutler's injury be deemed serious and keep him out for an extended period, McCown will likely take over with Jordan Palmer as the backup, but expect the Bears to check into the availability of a few veteran free agents as well. We hear Vince Young is knocking on all doors in the NFL still.

Bengals RB -
As mentioned last week, there has been absolutely no change in the split time for ...

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