For now, the Bills are saying that Marshawn Lynch is day to day with a shoulder injury. I wouldn't be surprised if Lynch plays this week against the Dolphins, but check his status before their early game on Sunday. Wide Receivers LionsCalvin JohnsonThis is probably the most unfortunate injury of the week, as Calvin Johnson was just getting his groove back. In Johnson's great performance against the Browns, he injured his hand and knee again.
Right now, it is believed that he is very doubtful to play in the Lions' early Thursday game on Thanksgiving. Hopefully, the Lions and fantasy football owners will get Johnson back for week 13 QuarterbacksTom Brady SaintsDrew Brees vs. BearsEli Manning BroncosKurt Warner Titans (Assuming He Plays)Ben Roethlisberger Ravens (Assuming He Plays)Matt Ryan vs BuccaneersCarson Palmer vs BrownsMatt Hasselbeck RamsTony Romo vs RaidersVince Young vs Cardinals Running BacksAdrian Peterson vs BearsChris Johnson vs CardinalsMaurice Jones-Drew 49ersSteven Jackson vs SeahawksFrank Gore vs JaguarsDeAngelo Williams JetsRay Rice vs SteelersRicky Williams BillsThomas Jones vs PanthersRyan Grant LionsJason Snelling vs Buccaneers (Don't Use If Turner Plays)LeSean McCoy vs RedskinsLaDainian Tomlinson vs. PackersRashard Mendenhall RavensBrandon Jacobs BroncosJonathan Stewart JetsMatt Forte VikingsLaurence Maroney SaintsBeanie Wells TitansMarshawn Lynch vs. Dolphins (Banged Up)Jamaal Charles ChargersCarnell Williams FalconsWide ReceiversRandy Moss SaintsAndre Johnson vs ColtsReggie Wayne TexansVincent Jackson vs ChiefsLarry Fitzgerald TitansDeSean Jackson vs RedskinsMike Sims-Walker 49ersSidney Rice vs BearsChad Ochocinco vs BrownsWes Welker SaintsMarques Colston vs PatriotsRoddy White vs.
Houshmandzadeh RamsMario Manningham BroncosTerrell Owens vs Dolphins (Turning Things Around)Brandon Marshall vs GiantsDevin Hester VikingsPercy Harvin vs BearsSteve Smith (Car) JetsJerricho Cotchery vs PanthersLee Evans vs DolphinsDonnie Avery vs SeahawksKenny Britt vs CardinalsDerrick Mason vs SteelersMohamed Massaquoi BengalsRoy Williams vs Raiders Robert Meachem vs. Patriots (All He Does Is Catch Touchdowns)Tight EndsDallas Clark TexansVernon Davis vs JaguarsAntonio Gates vs ChiefsTony Gonzalez vs BuccaneersBrent Celek vs RedskinsVisanthe Shiancoe vs BearsJason Witten vs. RaidersGreg Olsen VikingsHeath Miller RavensDustin Keller vs. PanthersJermichael Finley LionsJohn Carlson RamsJeremy Shockey vs PatriotsTodd Heap vs SteelersJames Casey vs ColtsKevin Boss BroncosKickersDave Akers vs RedskinsStephen Gostkowski SaintsNate Kaeding vs ChiefsMason Crosby LionsRob Bironas vs CardinalsRobbie Gould VikingsShayne Graham vs BrownsKris Brown vs ColtsBilly Cundiff vs SteelersNick Folk vs RaidersJosh Brown vs SeahawksJosh Scobee 49ersJoe Nedney vs.
Jaguars Ryan Succop ChargersJohn Kasay JetsNeil Rackers TitansDefense/ STEagles vs RedskinsCowboys vs RaidersPackers LionsVikings vs BearsRavens vs Steelers Chargers vs ChiefsSteelers Ravens Bengals BrownsJets vs PanthersJaguars 49ersFalcons vs BuccaneersSeahawks Rams49ers vs JaguarsGiants BroncosBroncos vs. GiantsPatriots SaintsNFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings writer Sean E Douglas: fantasy-info . There wasn't a murmur of protest.In 1934, Lou Gehrig won the American League's Triple Crown, batting .363, hitting a career high 49 home runs, and driving in 165 runs.Detroit Tigers' playing manager, Mickey Cochrane, was voted the American League's Most Valuable Player. The Tigers Won the Pennant Mickey Cochrane batted .320, hit two home runs, and had 60 RBIs. Numbers that pale in comparison to Gehrig's, but the Tigers won the pennant, the Yankees finished second, seven games behind and player evaluation was not statistics-driven. Mickey Cochrane's Season Baseball writers described Mickey Cochrane as one of the most inspiring, dynamic leaders in baseball history who was the bellwether of the Tigers pennant drive.He was a great defensive catcher, making only eight errors the entire season, while handling the Tigers' pitching staff with great skill. Lou Gehrig Was Not Even the Yankees' MVP What is more amazing is that Tigers' second baseman Charlie Gehringer finished second in the voting and Yankees' ace Lefty Gomez finished third.Triple Crown winner Lou Gehrig wasn't even considered the most valuable Yankee Gomez finished at 26-5, with a 2.33 ERA and a 175 ERA.