Like/dislike: RG3 injury a concern but not really

By Adam Rank
Updated: Dec. 13, 2012 at 08:44 p.m.

Megan Fox said last week she is no longer going to take "sexy" roles. And my immediate thought was, who cares because she's still Megan Fox (and this must have come after "This is 40" because that's the only thing she does in the film).

And that's the philosophy I will take with RG3 this weekend. Yes, even if he's limited with a leg brace and not the sexy play he was all year, he's still (expletive) Robert Griffin III. And he's pretty dad-gum good.

Yes, RG3 can make things happen with his legs, but he's pretty good as a passer, too. I will take my chances. If RG3 doesn't play well and it costs me a title, I will shake his hand, wish him well and move on. You win or lose the game on the field.

But if you bench RG3 to play it safe for Red Dalton (or anybody outside of Cam Newton), then you fantasy league can be lost on your bench.

Don't be that guy (or girl).

Let's watch the injury report, but know full well, if RG3 is active on Sunday morning, he's in my lineup.

All right, let's get to the fantasy football.

Likes and dislikes are in bold, for those of you who don't want to take the 88 minutes required to read this column. (But it's Friday: What better way to cruise through it than by checking out my thoughts on fantasy football, comic books, wrestling, TV and music?) Facebook doesn't give you the option to dislike stuff, but I certainly do.

A big hand to stats maven Bill "Sudsy" Sudell for dropping the knowledge.
And without further ado ...