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    Silva: Week 11 Matchups

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Jaguars are "non-committal" on Leonard Fournette (ankle) playing Week 11 against the Browns.

Schefter reports the team will have Fournette test out his ankle pregame, making him a true game-time decision. Likely to beat the Browns regardless, it would not be surprising if Jacksonville decides to play it safe with their best offensive player. Both Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon will be usable if Fournette sits, but Ivory will be the better fantasy bet.
Nov 19 - 1:44 AM

John Brown (back) is expected to play Week 11 against the Texans.

Brown appeared to be truly questionable after sitting out Thursday's practice and getting in just a limited session on Friday, but it looks like he will give it a go. He has a great matchup against the Texans, but Brown has not done much of fantasy note since Carson Palmer went down.
Nov 19 - 1:37 AM

Alshon Jeffery (ankle) is expected to play Week 11 against the Cowboys.

He never appeared to be in real doubt despite being added to the injury report on Thursday. Coming off back-to-back good fantasy outings, Jeffery will be a solid WR2 in a pretty good matchup.
Nov 19 - 1:35 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Sterling Shepard (illness) is unlikely to play against the Chiefs after being added to the injury report on Saturday, but will go through pre-game warmups before reaching a final determination.

Unbelievable. The Giants' highly-targeted fill-in No. 1 receiver was in golden position for a big day against the Chiefs' sieve-like defense. Now, even if he plays, fantasy owners will have to be leery after the late-week machinations. Shepard's absence would also put a huge dent in Eli Manning's streamer appeal. Tavarres King and Roger Lewis will vie for "No. 1" status if Shepard indeed sits. The only good news is that Giants/Chiefs kicks off at 1PM ET, meaning owners will know Shepard's status when setting their lineups.
Nov 18 - 11:52 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll hasn't ruled out SS Kam Chancellor (neck) returning this season.

This conflicts with earlier reports on Chancellor. Seattle is holding out hope Chancellor can make a late season return. Chancellor wouldn't be available until late in the playoffs if he lands on IR.
Nov 18 - 7:09 PM

Pewter Report’s Scott Reynolds believes there’s "interest on both sides" between the Bucs and Jon Gruden.

Gruden has been broadcasting with ESPN since getting fired from Tampa in 2008. He’s turned down multiple offers from teams, but hasn’t ruled out a return to coaching. With Dirk Koetter on the hot seat, it’s possible the Bucs reunite with Gruden after the season. Tampa has a franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston and a playoff-caliber roster. There are behind-the-scene rumors the Bucs are the job Gruden wants.
Nov 18 - 6:31 PM

Multiple league sources tell The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi that Bucs coach Dirk Koetter’s job is in jeopardy.

"I think we can officially put Dirk Koetter on the hot seat. Nobody outside the NFL is talking about it, but everybody I talk to in the NFL is and they think it’s going to end up being over for Koetter if he doesn’t get this turned around." The Bucs have lost 5-of-6 games and are averaging nine points over the last three weeks. It’s a huge disappointment given Tampa’s roster and expectations going into the season. Barring a strong finish, Koetter looks unlikely to be back in 2018.
Nov 18 - 6:16 PM

SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reports the Giants have "no current plans" to play Davis Webb this year.

There's been rumblings the Giants could see what they have in Webb in a lost season. Webb has reportedly made strides, but still hasn't passed Geno Smith for the backup role. Despite a down year, Eli Manning remains entrenched as the starter.
Source: SNY
Nov 18 - 5:05 PM
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