James Harrison is reportedly close to finalizing a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Yes, after years of tormenting Bengals quarterbacks, the long-time Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker could be calling Cincinnati home. Talk about sleeping with the enemy.
The Baltimore Ravens have increased their lead in the AFC North division to two games over the Bengals, which makes this game against the Steelers a crucial one for Cincinnati. Pittsburgh is not out of the running for the division just yet, but a loss would drop them to 2-4, and possibly four games back of the Ravens.
In this post for Week 6 of the fantasy football season, I will point you toward the guys on the waiver wires, or deep on your benches, who should be piquing your interest for various different reasons. So grab a snack, settle down, and without further ado let’s get into the fantasy football sleepers of week 6.
The big news out of Denver is that Brady Quinn took half the snaps with the first team during practice. If the purpose of these snaps were to keep Quinn sharp in case of an injury to Tebow, than having him take snaps is understandable. If these snaps represent doubting Tebow, than the Broncos are wavering at the worst time.