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NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (neck) "intends to play" in 2018.

That's "if he gets medically cleared." Coach Pete Carroll has said this is not a guarantee. It's hardly surprising Chancellor is going to give it a shot, as his $6.8 million salary fully guaranteed earlier this month. It could be a while before we gain clarity on Chancellor's health.
Feb 13 - 1:56 PM

Baker Mayfield (ankle) is expected to play Week 7 against the Bucs.

Mayfield suffered a nasty looking ankle injury against the Chargers, but he played through it the rest of the game. He will need "treatment" this week, but he is expected to be fine for Sunday. In a great matchup against the Bucs, Mayfield will be a back-end QB1.
Oct 15 - 10:55 AM

NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports there has been "no sign of" Le'Veon Bell at the Steelers' facility on Monday.

Bell will supposedly report to the team this week, but the Steelers remain in the dark about his plans. Even if he does, Pittsburgh could decide to pursue a roster exemption for Bell, potentially keeping him on the sidelines and reducing his pay. The Steelers are also expected to keep utilizing James Conner even once Bell returns, limiting the star's fantasy upside. This situation continues to be an absolute mess.
Oct 15 - 10:41 AM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Matt Breida (ankle) is "pushing to play" Monday night against the Packers.

It would be surprising to see Breida on the field after he managed just one limited practice this week, but he has made a habit of playing through injuries so far this season. Alfred Morris' value would take a hit if Breida suits up.
Oct 15 - 10:36 AM

Tyreek Hill caught 7-of-12 targets for 142 yards and three touchdowns in the Chiefs' Week 6 loss to the Patriots.

Even the huge stats don't do justice to how good of a night Hill had. Hill’s first two touchdowns came in the red-zone, and he smoked the Patriots on a blown assignment for a 75-yard TD to tie the game with under four minutes. Hill got most of his yardage on chunk plays, but his speed was too much for New England's zone schemes. It’s a needed breakout for Hill after he'd been held to 166 scoreless yards over the last three games. Hill is in a great spot against the Bengals in another Sunday night matchup next week.
Oct 14 - 11:52 PM

Tom Brady completed 24-of-35 passes for 340 yards and a touchdown in the Patriots' Week 6 win over the Chiefs.

This was a gritty one for Brady, who had just 113 yards at half. The Patriots went with a run-heavy attack early, but were forced to throw in a second-half boat race with the Chiefs. Brady made up for his lack of touchdowns with a rushing score in the fourth quarter. His only real mistake was a late third-quarter fumble, but he engineered a game-winning field goal drive for the win. Brady has looked much better over the last three weeks with an improved supporting cast. He'll get a matchup with Chicago in Week 7.
Oct 14 - 11:38 PM

Corey Davis vacuumed just one of his four targets for 24 yards in the Titans' Week 6 romping to the Ravens.

Davis fell victim to the Titans' miserable pass protection, hauling in just one catch from Marcus Mariota, who was on his back 11 times throughout the afternoon. The only positive to come from this is that four of Mariota's 15 attempts were directed at Davis. As the Titans' O goes, Davis goes, and both went nowhere in a hurry Sunday. He'll remain a low-end WR2 in Week 7 against the Chargers' secondary.
Oct 14 - 9:19 PM

John Brown hauled in 2-of-3 targets for 28 yards in the Ravens' Week 6 win over the Titans.

Brown's two-catch day wouldn't have been so bad had he not seen 14 targets just last week. Instead it was Michael Crabtree (6/93/1) who finally broke out, with Willie Snead (7/60) quietly leading all in targets (10) and catches (7). There are better days on the horizon for Brown, who's still the team's primary deep threat and second on the Ravens with a 17% target share. Consider both he and Crabtree simultaneous WR2's against New Orleans' porous secondary in Week 7.
Oct 14 - 8:23 PM

Broncos LG Ronald Leary suffered a torn Achilles' in the Week 6 loss to the Rams.

He's obviously done for the season. Leary was replaced in the lineup by Max Garcia, who will now hold the gig the rest of the way. 29-year-old Leary has two more years left on his deal at $8.15 million annually. He could be a candidate to be cut next offseason. The Broncos are a total mess.
Oct 14 - 8:22 PM

Michael Crabtree caught 6-of-9 targets for 93 yards and one touchdown in the Ravens' Week 6 victory over the Titans.

The volume had been there all along, but Crabtree still hadn't recorded more than 70 yards in a single game prior to Sunday. He finally turned in a terrific outing against Tennessee, hauling in the team's only receiving score on the day. John Brown (2/28) still profiles as the Ravens' deep threat, but both wideouts are capable of WR2-type outings on any given week. Pending who the Saints stick Marshon Lattimore on, both wideouts have a chance for monumental performances against New Orleans' shoddy secondary next week.
Oct 14 - 7:56 PM

Cole Beasley racked up nine catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns on 11 targets Sunday in the Cowboys’ Week 6 victory over the Jaguars.

The first of Beasley's two touchdowns came on a play where he was left inexplicably wide open, taking it to the house for a 17-yard score in the second quarter. He followed that up with a nine-yarder just before halftime. Sunday's breakout ended a 12-game touchdown drought for Beasley. It was also the 29-year-old's first 100-yard receiving game in almost three years. Despite his success against Jacksonville, Beasley won't be of much fantasy interest next week at Washington.
Oct 14 - 7:55 PM

Ezekiel Elliott rumbled to 106 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries while gaining 11 yards on his lone catch Sunday in Dallas’ Week 6 win over the Jaguars.

Coming off a brutal outing against Houston in Week 5 (54 yards on 21 carries), Zeke was much better Sunday, shredding the Jags for 61 rushing yards in the second half. Elliott tallied his fourth touchdown of the year on a 15-yard scamper early in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys' offense isn't what it was a few years ago but Elliott has remained productive, leading the NFL with 586 rushing yards through six games. Even with his clunker against the Texans, Zeke has still cleared 100 yards rushing in three of his last four contests. He'll look to make it four out of five when he takes on the Redskins in Week 7.
Oct 14 - 7:53 PM




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