Drew Brees and Andrew Luck are the big-name quarterbacks whose injuries highlight the injury report for Week 4, a week that could start to decide which direction your Fantasy season takes.
Bailey decided to put forth a few options so we could choose which one they should use on the broadcast.
Andrew Luck has a chance at an interception record, the Bears are on a record losing streak, Drew Brees can join the 400 touchdown club, and more.
The Ravens' stout run defense faces its biggest challenge yet, while Michael Vick will need to better protect the football than he has in his career to win Thursday.
Andy Dalton? Elite? Our Jamey Eisenberg says the Bengals quarterback has become a must-start option in Fantasy. Set your lineup with his Week 4 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
By now you have to know Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is the least-criticized NFL quarterback. There are some likely candidates -- Andy Dalton, Tony Romo, Jay Cutler -- but only one can be No. 1.
2016 Super Bowl odds for every team heading into Week 3.
Marshall opened up about his fumble as well as what he thinks about locker room chemistry and the idea that certain quarterbacks deserve more protection than others when it comes to roughing calls.
Week 3 gave us some very real separation in terms of the worst teams in the NFL. No longer are we restricted to just focusing on 0-3 teams. There are just four of them remaining, and we need five teams.
The Bears offense has a problem: Starting quarterback Jay Cutler is injured and backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen stinks.

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