Jacksonville wide receiver Mike Sims-Walker was deactivated for Sunday's game against Seattle, an absence that more deeply affected your fantasy league than the Jaguars, who lost 41-0. Why was he out? Why else? Coitus.

Michael C. Wright of the The Florida Times-Union got to the bottom of the matter:

Everyone wants to know why Jaguars receiver Mike Sims-Walker was deactivated for Sunday's 41-0 blowout at Seattle.

Well, the answer is simpler than you think.

Sims-Walker missed bed check Friday night due to a visit with a female friend that went a little long, according to an NFL source, who described the situaton [sic] by saying, "undefeated and untied."

I have no idea what that means, but it sounds filthy. Was Larry Csonka involved somehow?


Why Mike Sims-Walker was inactive at Seattle [The Florida Times-Union]
Mike Sims-Walker Didn't Play Because He Was Getting Tail Instead [Second-String Fullback]
Does Guy Code Dictate Letting Mike Sims-Walker Off the Hook? [Midwest Sports Fans]