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Week 14: Injury Report

QB Derek Anderson (CLE): Anderson (knee) is out for the year. Advice: Does this really matter?

QB Trent Edwards (BUF): Edwards (concussion) missed the second half of last week’s game. Advice: Losman came in for him but did not do too much. Edwards might be back next week, but he has struggled recently (other than his one huge game two weeks ago).

RB Ryan Grant (GB): Grant (thumb) was benched in the second half with a hand injury. Advice: Backup RB Brandon Jackson replaced Grant and ran for 80 yards on 11 carries — so I hope you listed to my advice last week and added him if you have Grant. I think he looks much better than Grant, so I am hoping Grant misses some time so B-Jax can run wild.

RB Clinton Portis (WAS): Portis (knee) has struggled over the past couple of weeks with injuries. Advice: Portis seems to be showing signs of fatigue after carrying the load for the Redskins all year. He is tough, so he continues to play, but he clearly is not as explosive as he was earlier in the year. Grab backup RB Ladell Betts as insurance, but it looks like Portis will continue to grind it out.

RB Marion Barber (DAL): Barber (toe) will undergo tests this week to see how bad his disclocated toe injury is. Advice: I hope  you listened to me and added RB Tashard Choice, who will start in place of Barber if he misses any time.

WR Plaxico Burress (NYG): Burress (stupidity) shot himself in the leg. Advice: He is likely done for the year. Go grab WR Domenik Hixon.

TE Kellen Winslow (CLE): Winslow (shoulder, ankle) injured his ankle last weekend. Advice: With QB Ken Dorsey stepping into the lineup, I would stay away from all Browns.

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