By Paul Roumeliotis
Jordan Palmer needed 28 points to win his fantasy football matchup two weeks ago with only his quarterback left to play. His teammate, actually: Josh McCown.
McCown had gotten the start over an injured Jay Cutler against the Green Bay Packers. He went into Lambeau Field on Monday Night Football and threw for 272 yards with 2 TD and 20 yards rushing, (31 fantasy points) which was enough to earn a victory for both Palmer and the Bears.
The plan is for McCown to start for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, but hasn't been confirmed as Palmer's fantasy starter.
Regardless, it's all fun and games for fantasy football. Unless you lose..