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Roster Rover
Week 3
Sept 21, 2000
Author: Slim Pickins
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Just a quick hit this week folks ó not a lot of time to go into detail.

Because of this Iím going with a little bit of a different format:


Injury/change: Priest Holmes has been demoted to the change-of-pace back role.
Who benefits/loses:
Jamal Lewis has been named the Ravens starter. Heís looked good so far this year and might not make a bad No. 3 fantasy RB.


Injury/change: TE Jay Riemersma could be out for as long as six weeks with a knee injury.
Who benefits/loses:
Bobby Collins moves into the No. 1 spot on the depth chart. Buffalo uses the TE quite a bit, so if Collins shows heís a viable replacement pick him up. Iíd wait a week though.


Injury/change: The Panthers signed RB Anthony Johnson.
Who benefits/loses:
Johnson could easily supplant RB Stacey Mack as the main backup to the oft-injured Fred Taylor. Johnson is worth a shot if you have Taylor or are in a really deep league with a big enough roster to afford picking him up.


Injury/change: Curtis Enis has been moved full time to the fullback role.
Who benefits/loses:
James Allen has been named the Bearsí feature back. Until the Chicago offense gets straightened out, no Bear back can be counted on, but it looks like Allen, rightfully so, will be the man. He's only worth a pick up in deep leagues. Speedy rookie RB Marlon Barnes is the sleeper on the roster and could get a look if Allen falters.

Injury/change: WR Bobby Engram is gone for the season with a torn ACL.
Who benefits/loses:
Eddie Kennison takes over for Engram, but is a much different player. He adds a good deal of speed and could help open up the Bear offense. Chicago has a handful of serviceable receivers, watch this week to see who emerges before going after any of them, but if you are in need of a WR now, Kennison appears to be the one to go after.


Injury/change: RB Terrell Davis is expected to be back for Week 4.
Who benefits/loses:
Mike Anderson, who is leading the AFC in rushing, becomes the back up, filling the role Olandis Gary was expected to have. Hold on to him if you have Davis. If Anderson is dropped, pick him up immediately if you have Davis.

Injury/change: QB Brian Griese has a slight tear in the labrum of is throwing shoulder. His status for Week 4 is uncertain.
Who benefits/loses:
If you have Griese you better go out and get Gus Frerotte, who would replace him in the lineup.

Kansas City

Injury/change: RB Donnell Bennett is expected to return in Week 4.†
Who benefits/loses:
Even though rookie Frank Moreau was the leading rusher in Week 3, many of his yards came late in a blowout, and Tony Richardson has been much more consistent. Richardson figures to return to the feature-back role he had before Bennett went down with an injury.


Injury/change: RB Tyrone Davis has a sprained ankle and isnít expected to see much time against Cleveland in Week 4.
Who benefits/loses:
Napoleon Kaufman will get increased playing time. If the game is as lopsided as many would project, Wheatley may not see the field. Kaufman could be a good fantasy producer this week if you donít have better options.†

San Diego

Injury/change: RB Robert Chancey is injured and did not do much in Week 3.
Who benefits/loses: Jermaine Fazande is expected to return this week and get the start. No San Diego RB will do jack squat until the Charger passing game gets straightened out. However, if this ever happens Fazande could turn into the decent sleeper many projected him to be. Heís worth a pick up.

Injury/change: QB Moses Moreno is expected to be out at least two weeks with a shoulder injury.
Who benefits/loses:
Ryan Leaf moves back into the No. 1 QB spot. Pick him up if you must. Heís good for a start this week, but a lot will depend on his Week 4 performance beyond that.

Slim Pickins has participated in fantasy football for seven years and has a handful of titles to his credit. A graduate of Illinois State University, he has been the sports editor for five weekly newspapers and ISU's newspaper in the past and is currently a copy editor at a 50,000-circulation daily newspaper in Illinois.

Always looking for an edge to send his fantasy foes down in embarassing defeat, Slim spends his time scouring the Internet, reading newspapers and watching sports television reports weekly for information needed to determine who to drop and who to pick up. Those tid bits of information picked up over those hours of research will be provided to you here so you can get on with more important things like parking your butt on the sofa and watching some football!

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