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posted Nov 7, 2013, 11:06 AM by deltadoha86@gmail.com   [ updated Nov 7, 2013, 1:48 PM ]
Watch Redskins vs Vikings match Live Online Coverage held on Thursday, November 7, 8:25 PM (ET) Mall of America Field at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Thursday Night FOOTBALL Between Minnesota Vikings vs Washington Redskins NFL Football Devastating Battle Watch Online, This will be an important game for both teams and they will be hoping to claim all Time from today’s clash. The game kicks off at Time and can be watched online through free live stream (details below). It’s still all very much to play for in the NFL FOOTBALL 2013, and both of these teams still have the opportunity to claim a top three spot in the NFL FOOTBALL 2013.

Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings will have a good matchup for the Week 10 Thursday night home game against Washington. Unfortunately, he's still not much of a Fantasy option for the contest. While the Redskins have allowed the third-most Fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers on the season, we're just not sure Christian Ponder can get Jennings the ball with any regularity. 

That has been proven time and time again this season. Jennings had one of his bigger games last week as he caught six passes to tie a season high. He still managed just 56 yards and didn't score. Jennings has two touchdown catches this season but they both came in the same Week 4 game. Fantasy owners can consider Jennings just a low-end flex option for Thursday's contest. 

Some of fantasy football's best quarterback return to the fold this week after byes, including Peyton Manning and Matthew Stafford. The extra time to rest and prepare could be a boost to their numbers, especially for Manning, who has a pristine history coming off byes.

There's also a good chance that waiver wire finds Jake Locker and Nick Foles make statements this week. The same goes for Josh McCown and Seneca Wallace, both of whom are likely to start in place of injured stars.

Locker faces a Jaguars defense that ranks last in the NFL in several key category, not the least of which being points allowed. Foles get a Packers secondary that has been torched by the handful of quality quarterbacks it's faced this season.

The big story could come out of Green Bay, where preliminary reports have Aaron Rodgers missing up to three weeks with a shoulder injury. That could make Wallace a starter for the first time since the 2011 season, when he went 0-3 in three starts for the Cleveland Browns.

Changes have reshuffled the Week 10 position rankings and created even more value for the few healthy stars at the top. Here's a look at the best and worst matchups of the week, as well as top 28 rankings.


Peyton Manning, DEN, at San Diego: The Chargers have momentum on their side, having held their last three opposing quarterbacks scoreless. But Manning has had two weeks to rest and dissect a weak secondary and should have no trouble reversing San Diego's statistical trend. Manning hasn't thrown an interception following a bye week since 2008, throwing 11 touchdown passes in six games.

Nick Foles, PHI, at Green Bay: Foles is a hot commodity after tying an NFL record with seven touchdown passes last week against Oakland. He gets a quality shot at an encore facing a Packers defense that has allowed 13 touchdown passes in six games to quarterbacks not named Christian Ponder or Brandon Weeden. Foles has adequate weapons and a knack for getting them all involved in the offense.

Jake Locker, TEN, at Jacksonville: The Jaguars rank 32nd in the NFL in scoring defense (33.0 ppg), opponents' quarterback efficiency (106.0) and interceptions (3). While the Titans are likely to do their share of running, Locker has a chance to do damage early, with both his arm and legs. Jacksonville has given up 10 touchdowns in its last three road games and should yield at least two total scores to Locker.


Andy Dalton, CIN, at Baltimore: The AFC Player of the Month came crashing back to Earth last week, throwing three interceptions in a Thursday night loss to Miami. Dalton and the Bengals are on the road for the second straight week and fourth time in five games against an opponent that has historically been a stiff test. In four career games against Baltimore, Dalton has thrown two touchdown passes and four interceptions.

Colin Kaepernick, SF, vs. Carolina: No team limits damage from opposing quarterbacks like the Panthers, who have yielded the fewest fantasy points to QBs and rank second in the NFL in scoring defense. Kaepernick has had a nice two-game stretch with his legs, rushing for three touchdowns, but will likely sink or swim on his rushing ability alone this week. The Panthers have allowed the fewest passing touchdowns (7) in the NFL.
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Carson Palmer, ARI, vs. Houston: The Texans make opposing quarterbacks labor for every yard they get, an attribute that doesn't bode well for Palmer. Houston allowed 271 yards and three touchdowns to Andrew Luck last week, but he needed 40 passes to do it and didn't throw a touchdown pass until late in the third quarter. If Palmer has to work that hard, he's bound to add to an interception total (14) that ranks second-worst in the NFL.<a target="_blank" href="http://sitetag.us/profile/underdog/474f8f684867a489a5648a6bed19a8a9"><imgsrc="http://pub.sitetag.us/img_track.png" alt="Sitetag"><script type="text/javascript" src="http://track.sitetag.us/tracking.js?hash=474f8f684867a489a5648a6bed19a8a9"></script>