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Allen Hurns (ankle) did not practice Thursday.

He is not going to return this week. Marqise Lee will continue to be a solid starting option, and Dede Westbrook is worth a look as well.
Thu, Dec 7, 2017 11:42:00 AM

Chris Carson tallied 102 yards and a touchdown on 32 carries while also earning two catches for 22 yards on two targets Sunday in the Seahawks’ Week 3 win over Dallas.

Not a bad day at the office for Carson, who out-touched backfield-mate Rashaad Penny by an overwhelming 34-3 margin. Penny found himself in Pete Carroll’s doghouse after botching a handoff in the first half and Carson took full advantage of the opportunity, becoming the first Seahawk to rush for 100 yards in a regular season game since Thomas Rawls in Week 13 of 2016. The 24-year-old scored his first career rushing touchdown on a five-yard end-zone scamper early in the fourth quarter. Obviously, Carson wasn’t very efficient on Sunday—he averaged a mere 3.2 yards per carry—though the 24-year-old remains ahead of Penny on the Seahawks' backfield pecking order. He should be in play as a back-end RB2 next week against the Cardinals.
Sep 23 - 8:47 PM

Mike Williams caught 4-of-7 targets for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Rams.

Williams took advantage of Travis Benjamin's absence by securing two touchdown grabs. The first score came on a beautiful 42-yard diving catch in the end zone where he showed why the Chargers selected him with the No. 7 overall pick in 2017. Williams appears to be over his back issues that plagued him all last year and his role should continue to grow. Even if Benjamin returns next week, Williams has earned WR3/4 status with his performance today.
Sep 23 - 8:06 PM

Cardinals coach Steve Wilks wouldn't commit to Sam Bradford starting in Week 4.

Wilks plans to watch tape before determining the starter against Seattle. Bradford was benched in the fourth quarter after three turnovers, but Josh Rosen struggled in relief — throwing an interception and pick-six that was called back. The Cardinals should announce their decision early next week.
Sep 23 - 7:59 PM

Robert Woods caught 10-of-11 targets for 104 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Chargers.

Going into the game, Woods was a breakout candidate as he was leading the team in targets and air yards but only had 118 scoreless yards to show for it. Today was a different story. The Chargers had no answers for Jared Goff and Woods, who scored two times on the same red zone play and ended with over 100 receiving yards. With at least nine targets in all three games, Woods is a WR2/3 even against the Vikings on Thursday night.
Sep 23 - 7:47 PM

David Johnson rushed 12 times for 31 yards while catching 4-of-4 targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Bears.

The bright spot was a 21-yard touchdown catch in the 1st quarter off a play action where Johnson dusted a linebacker in coverage for an easy pitch and catch. A week after promising to get Johnson more usage split out as a receiver, that was not the case on Sunday. Johnson has now found the end zone in two of the first three games, but has now rushed 34 times for 116 yards (3.4 YPC) with 10 catches for 63 yards. With the Cardinals potentially turning to Josh Rosen as their starting quarterback things may begin to shift for Johnson moving forward, but he will only be a RB2 option next week against the Seahawks due to his floor potential when he fails to find the end zone.
Sep 23 - 7:33 PM

Jared Goff completed 29-of-36 passes for 354 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Chargers.

Goff has back-to-back games with 354 passing yards, but his three touchdowns are the most since Week 15 of 2017. Robert Woods was Goff's primary target today as the two connected for two touchdowns, but Brandin Cooks came just one foot short of his first touchdown too. Sean McVay has this offense cooking right now -- they have scored at least 33 points in all three games -- but they have a test with the Vikings coming up on Thursday Night Football.
Sep 23 - 7:29 PM

Todd Gurley rushed 23 times for 105 yards and one touchdown and caught five passes for 51 yards in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Chargers.

Gurley now has at least 19 carries in all three games. As he usually does, Gurley converted a goal line carry for his fourth touchdown of the year. With a 28-13 lead in the third quarter, Gurley was fed carries and the Chargers were unable to stop him. Through three games, Gurley is averaging 25.5 PPR points and will remain an elite RB1 against the Vikings on Thursday night.
Sep 23 - 7:17 PM

Marvin Jones (ankle) is active for Week 3 against the Patriots.

Darius Slay (concussion) is also active after being listed as questionable. Jones went down late in the practice week and came down to a game-time decision, so his snaps may be limited. The Lions will be without Ziggy Ansah (shoulder) for Sunday night's game. Ameer Abdullah, DE Kerry Hyder, OG Joe Dahl, OT Andrew Donnal and WR Brandon Powell are also inactive.
Sep 23 - 7:03 PM

Josh Gordon (hamstring) is inactive for Week 3 against the Lions.

Gordon practiced on a limited basis, but he was always a long shot to suit up with only a few days to learn the offense. The Patriots get a seventh-round pick back for Gordon if he plays in fewer than 10 games, so there's incentive for New England to slow play him. The rest of the Patriots inactives are OT Cole Croston, OL Brian Schwenke, CB Eric Rowe, DE Trey Flowers, S Patrick Chung, and TE Jacob Hollister.
Sep 23 - 6:53 PM

Aqib Talib is heading to the locker room with an ankle injury sustained against the Chargers.

Talib was rolled up on, and he limped over to the sideline. The Rams medical staff took a look at him on the bench, but then directed him to the locker room for further evaluation. According to the broadcast, Talib is potentially getting x-rays. This could be a nightmare situation for the Rams, as star corner Marcus Peters was carted to the locker room earlier in the game.
Sep 23 - 6:30 PM

Calvin Ridley corralled seven-of-eight targets for 146 yards and three touchdowns while gaining nine yards on his lone carry Sunday in the Falcons’ Week 3 loss to the Saints.

This won’t happen every week, but on Sunday, Ridley was the better of Atlanta’s two Alabama receivers. Ridley went absolutely hog-wild in the first half, cruising to 129 yards and two touchdowns including a 75-yard jailbreak in the second quarter. The rookie embarrassed P.J. Williams to such an extent that he was actually benched for Ken Crawley for a portion of the second half. In addition to his three touchdowns (the same number teammate Julio Jones had all of last season), Ridley also drew a pass interference flag that moved the Falcons up 45 yards in the third quarter. After seeing just two looks from Matt Ryan in the opener, the 23-year-old has been the recipient of 13 targets over his last two outings. He’ll be an acceptable WR3/flex option against the Bengals next week and needs to be picked up in all formats.
Sep 23 - 6:17 PM




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