Fantasy Football: Injury News and Need-to-Know Info

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Now, here the players who could ultimately make-or-break your team in your fantasy football championship round.

August 16, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Orson Charles (80) warms up before the game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. The Bengals beat the Falcons 24-19. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

Bengals TE Orson Charles

0 touchdowns. 0 yards. 0 catches.

That’s Charles’ stat-line this year. After catching eight passes for 101 yards in 16 games last year, the fourth-string TE has seldomly played this year as the team has attempted to make him a h-back, but it’s been unsuccessful up to this point. 

The former Georgia Bulldogs All-American was one of the top TEs coming out of college, but simply hasn’t been able to get much playing time due to the presence of a pair of former first-round picks in Tyler Eifert and Jermaine Gresham on the roster.

But with Eifert and Gresham possibly out Sunday, that would leave Charles and blocking TE Alex Smith to start. Eifert or Gresham are averaging a combined six catches for 60 yards per game, and one has to think that Charles will draw the majority of TE targets from Andy Dalton this week.

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