Innings Limit For Matt Harvey?

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Browns coach Mike Pettine said keeping WR Terrelle Pryor on the roster required "a leap of faith."

It is a leap the Browns should take. Pryor's switch from quarterback to wide receiver has been slowed by a hamstring injury which kept him out most of the exhibition season, but healthy or not Pryor was never going to become a tactician this preseason. The reason the Browns brought him into camp is because he is an elite athlete at a position where Cleveland has few. That is the same reason they should keep him on the final roster.
Sep 5 - 7:39 AM

The Giants' official website predicts Odell Beckham will see a decrease in his numbers from last season.

Beckham put up a 91-1,205-12 line in just 12 games last season. That per-game pace was always unsustainable, but John Schmeelk and Lance Medow believe Beckham's raw numbers will decrease as well despite getting in a full season. Both writers cite the presence of a healthy Victor Cruz and Rashad Jennings, two things which cannot be taken for granted. Beckham is not going to see 11 targets a game again, but he is still an elite fantasy wide receiver.
Source: Giants.com
Sep 5 - 7:30 AM

The Nashville Tennessean highlighted creating turnovers as a key for the Titans defense as the 2015 season approaches.

Creating turnovers is critical for any NFL defense, but the Tennessean notes that the Titans had a minus-10 turnover differential last season, good for fifth-worst in the NFL. Tennessee created a turnover in all four preseason games and will look to continue taking the ball from opposing offenses in Week 1 when they face rookie quarterback Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Sep 5 - 2:56 AM

DE Chris Smith was the only projected defensive starter to play in Jacksonville's final preseason tune up.

Coach Gus Bradley told Jaguars.com, "Resting starters was not only about first-team health, but keeping starters fresh and preparing for the September 13 regular-season opener against Carolina." The Jaguars are obviously content with their first-team defense and will hope to see notable improvement from a season ago. The Jaguars D/ST is a group to avoid in fantasy leagues this season.
Source: jaguars.com
Sep 5 - 2:48 AM

The Charlotte Observer highlighted sack totals for Luke Kuechly and Kony Ealy as "key numbers" for the Panthers team in 2015.

Carolina was in the middle of the pack in terms of sacks last season, clocking in at 13th in NFL with 40 total quarterback takedowns. DC Sean McDermott's defense will look to keep the pressure rolling in 2015 behind stud LB Luke Kuechly and emerging second-year DE Kony Ealy. The Carolina D/ST will be a solid Week 1 option when they face Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Sep 5 - 2:39 AM

The Tampa Bay defense is struggling with injuries at the defensive end position.

The Bucs lost DE Larry English to a "significant" knee injury in the team's fourth preseason game, and that puts a cherry on top of an offseason full of injury woes at the defensive end spot. DC Leslie Frazier will need to get creative in order to dial-up pressure this season in hopes of improving the Tampa Bay defense that struggled against the pass in 2014.
Sep 5 - 2:30 AM

St. Louis safety Cody Davis made progress in his development over the 2015 preseason, and will help provide depth in the Rams secondary.

The third-year defensive back turned in a pick-six in St. Louis' fourth preseason game and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch noted Davis has has steadily improved over the summer. Davis still has plenty of company on the St. Louis depth chart, but any secondary improvement for the Rams in 2015 will go a long way behind what should be a ferocious defensive line. The Rams D/ST is a nice season-long fantasy option but will be tested in Week 1 against Seattle.
Sep 5 - 2:16 AM

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer believes secondary depth is still a concern for the Eagles as Week 1 approaches.

McLane noted, "Although the unit appears improved, a small sample size of preseason plays is far from enough evidence to say there has been an upgrade." Only the Atlanta Falcons allowed more passing yardage per game than the Philadelphia Eagles last season, so the new additions to the Eagles secondary will be counted on to make major improvements to Chip Kelly's defense. Philadelphia will not be a top Week 1 fantasy option when they travel to the Georgia Dome to take on Matt Ryan and the Falcons.
Sep 5 - 2:08 AM
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