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Fantasy Football NFL Injuries, Weather For Sports Picks ATS

Here are the breaking news weather reports and injury updates for week 3 NFL action for both fantasy football and sports betting.

Buccaneers-Texans

There is a retractable roof at NRG Stadium and may be closed as rain is expected throughout. Texans star RB Arian Foster is still out.

Steelers-Rams

The big story is the Rams are expected to get back star rookie Todd Gurley at RB. He missed last week and the Rams clearly missed him.

Falcons-Cowboys

In the event you have been in a cave, the Cowboys are without starting QB Tony Romo and star WR Dez Bryant.

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Saints-Panthers

Already well known and reflected in the line move, the Saints are without star QB Drew Brees. Light rain is expected off and one during the game.

Chargers-Vikings

Winds as high as 14 mph expected. “That is at the low end of where pro bettors consider wind speed significant,” says Bob Warner of Lines-Maker.com.

Eagles-Jets

It now looks like disappointing RB DeMarco Murray will play for the Eagles. The Jets Eric Decker is questionable at WR.

Bengals-Ravens

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Raiders-Browns

Another game in which light rain is expected.

Bears-Seahawks

The Bears are without starting QB Jay Cutler. New QB Jimmy Clausen will not have his best WR Alshon Jeffrey.

Bills-Dolphins

The usual chance of thunderstorms are expected in Miami.

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