November, 23, 2005
Time to discuss all that is good, bad and ugly in fantasy football this fine Thanksgiving weekend. Since the NFL moved up a few of its games, we move up our analysis. Personally, I like activating players for the Thursday games because I know I will be watching them. Think about it. Everyone's watching. It's like a Monday night game.

The risk, of course, is that if you play Marion Barber this week and he delivers nothing, then you head into Sunday's games with a disadvantage. The joy, of course, is if Marion scores twice again and your Week 12 opponent is down 20 and relying on J.J. Arrington Sunday. Love that.

Before we get to the starts and sits and all the games, a brief look at those who are on the fantasy football hot seat.