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After speaking to "people who know" Texans GM Rick Smith, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted late Sunday that he "no longer believe(s) it's a certainty" Houston uses the No. 1 overall pick on Jadeveon Clowney.

SI's Peter King, who wrote two weeks ago that people close to Smith believe the Texans' general manager prefers Buffalo's Khalil Mack over Clowney, chimed in on Twitter Sunday, writing "I should say I absolutely don't know who Houston will pick. But I hear the same as Ian." Rapoport added the Texans are "willing to trade" -- which we already knew -- but also called Mack "a name to watch this week," perhaps as a sleeper to go No. 1 overall. On Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter stated on SportsCenter, "I do not believe Khalil Mack can be dismissed from the conversation at the No. 1 pick." If Clowney slipped to the Rams at No. 2, St. Louis would almost certainly auction the selection to the highest bidder.
Sun, May 4, 2014 08:19:00 PM

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said it would be "hard" to sit Case Keenum "right now."

The coach appeared to flirt with the idea last week, but it is impossible to imagine him doing the same following a big win against the Rams in which Keenum again played well. With the Vikings in the mix for a first-round bye, things likely will have to go south for us to see Teddy Bridgewater in the near future.
Nov 20 - 9:02 AM

Leonard Fournette said his ankle could bother him the rest of the season.

"The best way for me to get it healed is to rest, and I don’t have that much time," Fournette said. "[The coaches] have a great plan throughout the week to keep me fresh. That’s about it." Fournette did not look any worse for wear as he rumbled through a previously stout Browns run defense for 111 yards on Sunday. While he is unlikely to practice much over the next several weeks, it looks like the plan is for Fournette to gut it out the rest of the way.
Nov 20 - 8:56 AM

Robert Woods (shoulder) was spotted with a sling on his left arm following the Rams' Week 11 loss to the Vikings.

Woods suffered the injury during the fourth quarter, so there was not much information about the severity following the game. "They’re getting it checked out right now," coach Sean McVay said. "It happened so late in the game, we’re not exactly sure." Easily the Rams' best receiver over the last month, losing Woods would be a blow, especially with a massive showdown against the Saints up next.
Nov 20 - 8:49 AM

Browns coach Hue Jackson said he will stick with DeShone Kizer as his starting quarterback the rest of the season.

Kizer had another turnover-filled game against the Jaguars on Sunday, but Jackson is not going to send him to the bench like he did several times earlier in the season. "Where we are right now, I need to continue to see him," Jackson said. "I want to walk away from this season knowing exactly what DeShone Kizer is top to bottom. He deserves that." As long as Kizer is under center, the opposing defensive unit will be a good fantasy option. That will be the Bengals this week.
Nov 20 - 8:44 AM

Carson Wentz completed 14-of-27 passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns in Week 11 against the Cowboys.

It wasn't Wentz’s best game, but he still managed a pair of red-zone touchdowns. He also added 13 rushing yards and three two-point conversions. There haven’t been any signs of Wentz slowing down, with at least two touchdowns in six straight games. Wentz gets a matchup with Chicago in Week 12.
Nov 19 - 11:35 PM

Devontae Booker rushed for 44 yards on 14 carries while adding five grabs for 54 yards on six targets Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

The 19 touches were his most since Week 13 of last year while his 98 yards from scrimmage also represented a new season-high. Four of Booker’s five catches came in the second half with Denver in catch-up mode. He was on the field for 18 more snaps than C.J. Anderson and out-touched him 19-15. It looks like Denver’s backfield, which was once dominated by Anderson, has devolved into a two-man timeshare. Both players will be in the RB3 mix next week at Oakland.
Nov 19 - 9:23 PM

Andy Dalton completed 15-of-25 passes for 154 yards and three touchdowns while notching four yards on three carries Sunday in the Bengals’ Week 11 win over the Broncos.

It wasn’t a big yardage day for Dalton, which was probably to be expected against a tough Broncos secondary. That being said, Dalton did well to lead three touchdown drives including two in the first half. He zipped a one-yard touchdown to Tyler Kroft off a play-action pass in the first quarter before threading the needle on a 29-yard score to Alex Erickson early in the second frame. Later he recognized a mismatch with A.J. Green, who beat Bradley Roby for an 18-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Dalton has now gone his last four games without throwing an interception after being picked off eight times over his first six outings. He gets the Browns at home in Week 12.
Nov 19 - 9:20 PM

The Bucs plan to reevaluate Jameis Winston (shoulder) this week.

Winston has been shut down the last two weeks. The Bucs never gave Winston a timetable, but he could return in Week 12 if he gets cleared. With Ryan Fitzpatrick leading Tampa to two straight wins, it's possible the Bucs move Winston slowly. Winston was having a career-worst year before going down.
Nov 19 - 7:50 PM

Rob Gronkowski hauled in all three of his targets for 36 yards in the Patriots' Week 11 win over the Raiders.

Gronkowski was surprisingly quiet in this one despite the Patriots moving the ball at will. All of his catches came in the first half, and he was not even targeted after the break as New England nursed a big lead. This was an aberration for the best tight end in the league, and he should get back on the right track next week against the Dolphins.
Nov 19 - 7:42 PM

Brandin Cooks hauled in 6-of-9 targets for 149 yards and a touchdown in the Patriots' Week 11 win over the Raiders.

Cooks baptized the Raiders when he faced them as a member of the Saints last year, and he apparently felt they needed another sermon today. He ran by two defenders for a 52-yard catch in the second quarter, and he cooked rookie DB Obi Melifonwu for about as easy a 64-yard touchdown as possible. The only thing which kept Cooks from an even bigger day was the scoreline. With the Dolphins up next, Cooks should keep things going next week.
Nov 19 - 7:35 PM

LeSean McCoy rushed 13 times for 114 yards and one touchdown in the Bills' 54-24, Week 11 loss to the Chargers, adding a 12-yard touchdown catch.

McCoy got the Bills on the board with back-to-back long runs capped off by a 27-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, but the offense was otherwise unable to keep hold of the ball with rookie Nathan Peterman throwing five interceptions on 14 attempts in the first half. He was benched in favor of Tyrod Taylor in the third quarter after it was Peterman making his first NFL start in place of a benched Taylor. McCoy caught the 12-yard score from Taylor after Charles Clay dropped a touchdown on the previous play. McCoy will be an RB1 next week at Kansas City and benefits greatly with Taylor's dual-threat ability at quarterback.
Nov 19 - 7:27 PM




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