The Philadelphia Eagles have allowed an opposing running back to top 100 yards in three of their last four games.
The Eagles are last in the NFL in run defense over the last five weeks, which was capped off by Doug Martin's 235-yard effort in Week 11 against the Philadelphia defense. Chip Kelly's defense will have a chance to reverse this trend in Week 12 against the Detroit Lions, who are last in the NFL in rushing. The Eagles D/ST is a borderline top-12 fantasy option this week on Thanksgiving against Detroit.
The New York Jets will be without CB Darrelle Revis (concussion) in Week 12 when they host the Miami Dolphins.
The Jets have struggled against the pass in recent weeks, allowing 295.4 passing yards per game over the last five weeks, and the absence of Revis won't help their cause. The Jets D/ST will be a middling fantasy option in Week 12 at home against Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins.
Saints signed CB Chris Owens, formerly of the Lions.
Owens is a backup-caliber slot corner and possible special teams help.
Darrelle Revis (concussion) is unlikely to play Sunday.
Revis was sent home from Wednesday’s practice. Coach Todd Bowles said the Jets aren’t planning on having him this week. Buster Skrine or Marcus Williams will start if Revis is held out, with Williams playing outside in sub-packages. This is an upgrade to Jarvis Landry's matchup. Although Revis doesn't always travel into the slot, he did so when these teams played in London.
Chris Johnson (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It's not clear when Johnson suffered the injury. The Cardinals could be managing his reps. Johnson is set up for a big Week 12 with a matchup against the 49ers.
Thomas Rawls (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Seattle beat writers haven't expressed any concern over Rawls' knee injury. With Marshawn Lynch out 4-6 weeks, Rawls is a plug-and-play RB1.
Doug Baldwin (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Baldwin was injured late in Sunday's win. Coach Pete Carroll said he expects him to play this week. Baldwin is a low-upside WR4 for Week 12.
49ers claimed OLB Ray-Ray Armstrong off waivers from the Raiders.
He takes the spot of Glenn Dorsey (ACL surgery). Armstrong opened the season in a sub-package role with Oakland, but played limited snaps before getting cut. He’ll give the 49ers situational depth.