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Speaking Monday, Bills coach Sean McDermott said Tyrod Taylor remains the team's starting quarterback when healthy.

Dec 11 - 1:56 PM

Kelvin Benjamin (right knee) is "still being evaluated."

Coach Sean McDermott said it was "too early to tell" on Benjamin's Week 15 status. He tweaked his troublesome knee twice in Sunday's snow bowl. Benjamin has played hurt a number of times this season, but he's probably going to be forced to sit for the fantasy semifinals.
Dec 11 - 1:09 PM

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Eagles second-round CB Sidney Jones (Achilles, NFI) is expected to practice this week.

Coach Doug Pederson later confirmed the news during his press conference. Jones likely would have been a first-round pick, but he tore his Achilles at Washington's Pro Day and slipped to the Eagles in the second round. This at least opens the door for Jones to play this season, but it is still not a given he returns.
Dec 11 - 12:20 PM

Eagles coach Doug Pederson confirmed Carson Wentz suffered a torn ACL and is out for the season.

This is an awful development for a player who had legitimate MVP claims and a team with real Super Bowl aspirations. To add insult, the timing of the injury means Wentz is not guaranteed to be ready when the 2018 season rolls around, and he likely will be held out into training camp at the very least. With Wentz out, the Eagles will turn to Nick Foles, who managed just 42 yards on 10 attempts after Wentz left on Sunday, although he did find Nelson Agholor for a massive third-down conversion to help run out the clock. Foles starting is a big downgrade for the entire pass-catching corps, but it could force the Eagles to lean more on the running game and, specifically, Jay Ajayi. That said, it is difficult to spin this as good news for anyone in Philly.
Dec 11 - 12:11 PM

Cameron Brate played 25-of-71 (35 percent) snaps Week 14 against the Lions.

Lost in his two-touchdown resurgence last week was Brate playing just 42 percent of the snaps, and he dipped even lower this week. Brate has now been out-snapped by O.J. Howard 111-to-57 the last two games and has been targeted one fewer time. This is a situation to avoid in the fantasy semifinals.
Dec 11 - 11:41 AM

Garrett Celek hauled in 2-of-4 targets for 67 yards and a touchdown in the 49ers' Week 14 win over the Texans.

It was Celek's second 67-yard, one-score performance in the last four games, and the tight end got there with a great catch-and-run for 61 yards in the third quarter before finishing up the drive with a six-yard touchdown. Perhaps more importantly moving forward, Celek out-snapped rookie George Kittle 61-to-20 in the win. Still, he will not be a trustworthy streaming option against the Titans in the fantasy semifinals.
Dec 11 - 11:11 AM

Jamaal Williams played 50-of-76 (66 percent) snaps Week 14 against the Browns.

Aaron Jones only played eight a week after being out-snapped 48-to-2 by Williams. Even with Jones healthy, this is very clearly Williams' backfield, and that role should only become more valuable with Aaron Rodgers expected to return this week. Even in a tough matchup against the Panthers, Williams will be an upside RB2.
Dec 11 - 11:04 AM

Arizona Sports 98.7's Mike Jurecki reports the Cardinals have "reached out" to Blaine Gabbert about a contract extension.

GM Steve Keim said Monday there is not "any question" the team would like to have Gabbert back. The former first-rounder signed a one-year deal in May to be the No. 3 quarterback, but injuries to both Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton thrust him into the starting role and perhaps even more. With Palmer's future uncertain, the Cardinals are in desperate need for at the very least a bridge quarterback, and it looks like they think Gabbert can be that guy. He certainly looked the part in his first two starts including an impressive performance against Jacksonville, but he has looked a lot more like Blaine Gabbert the last two weeks. Still, it makes sense to keep him around as Arizona searches for their quarterback of the future.
Dec 11 - 10:17 AM
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