Brandon Jackson Update

September 15, 2010 by staff 

Brandon Jackson, The Jets not only experienced a humiliating defeat in his first game at home, but they also lost a key component of their title run potential. Nose guard Chris Jenkins blew out the ACL for the second time in two years, and is performed during the year. New York is relying on its defense to carry them, as they did last season.

Indianapolis also lost last week. It took the Colts to lose fifteen weeks last year, but this year he accomplished the feat in the first week of the season. As was the case with the Jets, Indy lost a player who has spent much of his time on the sidelines the last couple of years. Bob Sanders is out indefinitely for the Colts.

The Colts, Green Bay and the Jets all had short betting odds to win the Super Bowl coming into this year, but the odds are sure to get longer after the transgressions of one week. The Patriots running back situation has not changed much, so the loss of Maroney should not affect the odds Pats. Knowshon Moreno has Denver, as its starting tailback, as well as Maroney should not alter your chances much.

Fantasy football owners have been trying to trace the lead back in New England; will be this year received a glimpse into the future on Tuesday. Laurence Maroney was sent to Denver in a trade, leaving Fred Taylor as the clear again to own in New England.

The odds of several teams moved this afternoon when news of the week an injury to the surface. Great teams affected by the season-opening injury were the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts. All three teams suffered injuries to star the season’s players.

In Green Bay, Brandon Jackson’s name was circulating among fans of the Packers. Jackson will become the starting running back after the team learned that Ryan Grant was lost for the season with a leg injury. Grant was expected to carry the load for a team that manyanlysts predicted that represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.

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