Good morning, Fools! It's another beautiful day in Fantasyland. I hope you're ready to dominate your competition today. I know I am.
Did you remember to "fall back?"
First things first...Six teams are on bye this week: Broncos, Jaguars, 49ers, Rams, Titans and Redskins.
Here are a few updates from around the league before we get to the game-day inactives (starting at noon ET).
Both Joseph Addai and Mike Hart stayed home yesterday and will not play vs. Philly. Donald Brown has a chance to redeem himself for those (like me) who were counting on him last week.
DeAngelo Williams is out again; Jonathan Stewart will try to rebound from an awful start last week.
Beanie Wells is active and will start. He has a tough matchup with the Vikes, but their rush defense hasn't been as tough as advertised lately.
Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush are both inactive (again). Look for more sharing in the Saints backfield between Chris Ivory, Julius Jones and Ladell Betts.
No surprise here: The Colts put oft-injured Anthony Gonazalez on IR, ending his season prematurely yet again.
DeSean Jackson (concussion) is fully expected to return to the field today, and will be catching passes from Michael Vick against the Colts. Get him back in your lineup.
Donald Driver is out today.
Colt McCoy will start again for the Browns, while Delhomme and Wallace continue to sit.
Percy Harvin will play today, as will Favre (duh). That said, Harvin has looked "tentative" in pre-game warmups, according to reports.
Donte Stallworth will suit up for the Ravens for the first time today. He will take some snaps away from Houshmandzadeh, but not likely from Boldin or Mason.
Antonio Gates will NOT play today (already ruled inactive). Randy McMichael, whom you'll remember from St. Louis and Miami, will start in his absence. Given the fact that the Bolts won't have Floyd, Naanee or Vincent Jackson either, you could do worse than take a flier on McMichael if you're a Gates owner.
Texans TE Owen Daniels is also inactive.
Oakland TE Zach Miller is very doubtful for the later games.
Nate Kaeding is sidelined for the third straight game; Kris Brown will kick for the Chargers.
OK, it's time to shift to Twitter for the inactive reports (follow me @ladd_biro). Good luck to all Fools!