Its another challenging week with six teams on a bye again, plus some other notable injuries to contend with. Air Max 90 Donne Italia . Your lineup may look far from ideal this week, but the same holds true for others in your league.If you deftly worked the waiver wire and are well informed, you should be set up well during Week 9. But if you are still struggling to roll out an adequate fantasy crew, well get you in position to win as every victory now becomes magnified in terms of determining playoff positioning.FILLING IN FOR PATSThe Patriots are on a bye, which means you have to fill in for Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and LeGarrette Blount. At quarterback, you can consider Colin Kaepernick, who faces the Saints 28th-ranked pass defense and can at least give you adequate production because of his rushing potential. A good statistical result would be if he throws more than one TD pass or runs in a score. He is one of the best running quarterbacks in the league and anything he can additionally provide you with in the passing game in a friendly matchup will be a welcome bonus. Dak Prescott takes on a Browns team that has allowed an NFL-high 19 TD passes and Ryan Tannehill opposes the Jets, who have the leagues lowest-ranked pass defense.TIGHT END REPLACEMENTSIn addition to finding a sub for Gronkowski this week, fantasy owners may also have to replace Jordan Reed, Tyler Eifert and others at tight end. St. Louis Lance Kendricks is a quality one week play or streamer against a Panthers defense that allows 12.2 fantasy points per game to the position according to FantasyPros.com, second-most among all teams. The Browns allow 11.7 FFPG to tight ends, third-most in the league, and while Jason Witten is not the fantasy producer he used to be, consider plugging him in as well.RUNNING BACK UNCERTAINTYBlount is possibly the most dependable TD producer in the game right now, and David Johnson is widely regarded as the best RB overall in fantasy. There is also uncertainty about the availability of Spencer Ware and LeSean McCoy. Many fantasy owners are digging deep for help at the position. Consider Seattles C.J. Prosise in point-per-reception formats, as he has big-play potential and can also be a safety target for Russell Wilson, who is hindered by injury. Derrick Henry could see an expanded role for the Titans this week as DeMarco Murray is dealing with a toe injury, and Tim Hightower saw more work last week and faces the 49ers, who have the leagues worst run defense by far. If you picked up Hightower, dont hesitate to use him. Miami has been vulnerable to RBs this year, so you can use Bilal Powell in PPR formats.WIDEOUTSSome top wide receivers on a bye include A.J. Green and Larry Fitzgerald, plus T.Y. Hilton has a hamstring problem that is making his availability uncertain. Very deep options include Torrey Smith, who could get a downfield shot or two to make some significant statistical contributions against New Orleans, and Kenny Stills against a Jets secondary that is very prone to giving up big plays. Kenny Britt opposes the Panthers, who have the worst pass defense in the NFC, and Darrius Heyward-Bey moves into the starting lineup against a Ravens defense that has allowed 14 TD passes.BIG BEN RETURNSBen Roethlisberger (knee) is expected to return this week, and should boost the outlook of those involved in the Steelers passing game. Fantasy owners will not need to worry about the production of Antonio Brown, and Sammie Coates can be returned to lineups as a third starting wide receiver. Tight end Ladarius Green is not quite ready to come back from an ankle injury, though, so expect Brown, Coates and Heyward-Bey to be the main receiving producers for Pittsburgh.CHARGERS INJURIESThe San Diego WR corps continues to deal with injuries, as Travis Benjamin has a sprained PCL and Tyrell Williams has a knee issue, but is expected to play. Look for Dontrelle Inman, a unique combination of size and downfield potential, to possibly see a larger role in the offense beginning this week. He may still be a free agent in some leagues.PHILLY RUNNERSThe running back situation in Philadelphia appears to be unclear. Darren Sproles is too small to carry a full load, but Ryan Mathews has been dealing with fumbling issues. Keep using Sproles as a flex player in a PPR league, because his pass-catching skills always make him relevant, but keep Mathews benched for now if you are not dealing with bye or injury issues. This situation could remain fluent.CARR VS. DENVERDerek Carr threw for a Raiders record 513 yards and four TDs in Week 8. His reward? A date with the leagues best pass defense this week as he takes on the rival Broncos. Denver tends to be more vulnerable to the run, so the Raiders may lean some more on their ground game and this could be a lower-scoring affair between familiar divisional rivals. Carr totaled 425 passing yards and two TDs in the two games prior to his explosion last week, so dont assume he is surefire starter based on momentum. He may not be a top 10 fantasy QB this week and it would not be crazy to use Kaepernick over him.---This column was provided to The Associated Press by the Fantasy Sports Network, http://FNTSY.com Air Max 90 Bianche Zalando . Cuban testified Thursday that he was upset when the companys CEO told him news that would reduce the value of his shares, for which hed paid $7.5 million. But he said he did nothing improper when he sold those shares over the next two days. 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Here is his latest entry, as told to ESPN contributor Rupert Guinness:Stage seven: LIsle Jourdain to Lac de Payolle, 162.5kmWhat about that for a reminder of how the unexpected can happen in the Tour de France; the collapse of the inflatable one kilometre to go arch in stage seven on Friday.It was hard to know what led to the inflatable arch falling as it did, on British rider Adam Yates (Orica-BikeExchange) seconds before the peloton and I hit the last 1000m stretch of the 159.5km seventh stage.When we got there, the police stopped us and were like, What the hell happened?Richie Portes stage six diaryRiders were trying to get around and underneath it in a rush to re-start their sprint. You just never know what is going to happen in any given situation.Until now, I certainly had never been in a race where this happened ... Well, I have been in races where the 20km to go sign has fallen, but to this extreme and with one kilometre to go in the Tour, never.Although, Im grateful the race jury implemented the three-kilometre to go rule that is not normally in place for mountain stages like this - the first of three in the Pyrénées - where the pelotons time is taken with three kilometres to go due to an incident out of its control inside that mark.I was on the right side of the road when the arch collapsed. We were very lucky. If we were sprinting and the arch fell it would have been dangerous.Not so lucky was Yates. I saw him on the side of the road with his bike stuck in the arch. I was initially with him and Irishman Dan Martin (Etixx-QuickStep) as we got a gap on the peloton near the summit of the Col dAspiin. Nike Air Max 90 Essential Sconti. On the descent, Yates was taking some risks; I was not really keen on pushing that much ... not this early in the Tour.It was quite a tricky and fast descent though, and Yates deserved the result he finally got after we were given the same time on the stage - the white jersey of best young rider, that was his aim with the late attack.The jersey had previously been worn by Frenchman Julian Alaphilipe (FDJ)But then again, who could have been ready for what we saw when we got to the last kilometre: the one kilo to go arch down.Forgetting our shock, it still made for a bit of an anti climax for the stage. We would normally have been sprinting for the finish, but then that happens.That drama aside, the stage still ended superbly for us, with our Belgian teammate Greg Van Avermaet keeping the yellow jersey for Saturdays eighth stage in the Pyrénées. Greg raced smart to get into the early break of 29 riders that got up to a five-minute lead. With that advantage up his sleeve he rode as hard as he could to the end of the stage. He extended his overall lead by 39 seconds, to five minutes 50 seconds which was incredible.I thought we might have ridden a little quicker up the Col dAspin, but then no one was really committed. Maybe that is a sign everybody is a bit fatigued by the heat or they are saving it up for stage eight and beyond.You never know. This tour is a bit of a poker match at the moment. Nothing taken away from Greg. His race was still brilliant. It is not often that you see a yellow jersey - especially in the Tour - just jump in the days break as he did. Wholeslae Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Cheap Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Baseball Jerseys ' ' '