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Nov
29

49ers WR Samuel leaves game with injury

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL suffered an apparent groin injury in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings and did not return to action. After theMore game, head coach Kyle Shanahan sounded hopeful but added that the team would await the results of an upcoming MRI to determine the extent of Samuel’s injury. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
29

Vikings RB Cook injures shoulder, MRI coming

Minnesota Vikings running back DALVIN COOK suffered a shoulder injury in the second half of Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers and was carted off the field. Head coach MikeMore Zimmer did not give an update on Cook after the game, but he will undergo an MRI that will determine the extent of the injury and determine how long he might be out. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
29

Eagles QB Hurts throws 3 interceptions vs. Giants

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback JALEN HURTS struggled against the New York Giants on Sunday, throwing 3 interceptions and disappointing fantasy owners that had high hopes heading into the game. Head coach NickMore Sirianni said after the game that Hurts had an ankle issue and was hobbled at the end of the game. Fantasy owners will want to check his status in the days ahead. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
29

Patterson returns to revive Falcons running game

The Atlanta Falcons revived a dismal running game on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, with running back/wide receiver CORDARRELLE PATTERSON returning from injury to lead the way. Patterson set career highsMore in rushing yards (108) and rushing touchdowns (2) as he appears to have recovered from an ankle injury that kept him out of last week’s game against New England. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
29

Fournette leads Bucs with 4 touchdowns

Tampa Bay running back LEONARD FOURNETTE scored 4 touchdowns in Sunday’s comeback win over the Indianapolis Colts. Fournette ran for 100 yards and 3 of his touchdowns while adding a fourth touchdown receiving to go along with 31 receiving yards.

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Nov
29

Mixon leads Bengals with career day vs. Steelers

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON rushed for a career-best 165 yards on 28 carries against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Mixon also ran for 2 touchdowns to reward fantasy owners.More With the Bengals routing the Steelers, Mixon actually spent much of the second half on the sidelines while still managing to deliver a monster fantasy outing. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Nov
29

Rookie WR Waddle leads Dolphins vs. Panthers

Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver JAYLEN WADDLE topped 100 receiving yards for the first time in his career in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. Waddle is on pace to setMore the NFL’s rookie receptions record and the franchise’s rookie record for receiving yards. Waddle also added a touchdown to complete a successful fantasy outing. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Nov
29

Titans get running game going despite loss

For the first time without DERRICK HENRY this season, the Tennessee Titans got their running game going with the combined effort of DONTRELL HILLIARD and D’ONTA FOREMAN. Forman had the bulkMore of the carries but Hilliard had more yards and found the end zone on behalf of any fantasy owners he may have out there. Both running backs fumbled and the Titans lost the game, but the progress in the absence of Henry is worth noting. Less

Source: Tennessean

Nov
28

No injury listing for Ravens' Jackson; Brown should go

The Ravens will definitely have QB LAMAR JACKSON back in their lineup for tonight's game vs. Cleveland; Jackson carries no injury designation after missing last week's game with a non-Covid illness. He should have his top target, too: WR MARQUISE BROWN (thigh) is also expected to return to action.

Source: various

Nov
28

Browns should have Hunt back for SNF

Cleveland has activated RB KAREEM HUNT (calf) and OT Jack Conklin (elbow) from injured reserve, and both appear likely to play tonight at Baltimore.

Source: various

Nov
28

"Some optimism" on Aaron Jones, but ...

Several media sources report that Green Bay RB AARON JONES (knee) may suit up today vs. the Rams, but there is a very good reason (beyond his injury) to suspect JonesMore would be limited even if active: the Packers have their bye next week, so he can spend an additional two weeks healing if they hold him off the field for this one. In any case, given the late (4:25 PM Eastern) kickoff, you'll want to be far more confident about Jones's status than we are before you plug him back into your lineups. Less

Source: various

Nov
28

Elijah Mitchell should play

Nothing certain yet, but both ESPN's Adam Schefter and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport are reporting that San Francisco RB ELIJAH MITCHELL (finger) should return to action today vs. Minnesota. The gameMore does not kick off until 4:25 PM Eastern; be sure to confirm Mitchell's status before making your final lineup decisions. Less

Source: various

Nov
28

Pats should have RBs, TEs

New England running backs DAMIEN HARRIS (neck) and RHAMONDRE STEVENSON (knee) and tight ends HUNTER HENRY (neck) and JONNU SMITH (shoulder) are all listed as questionable for today's game vs. Tennessee,More but all are expected to play, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Harris and Stevenson likely remain in an even-or-close-enough split in the backfield; Henry has been by far the more useful fantasy tight end to date. Less

Source: ESPN

Nov
28

Saquon Barkley expected to play

Giants RB SAQUON BARKLEY (ankle) should play today vs. Philadelphia, per various media sources, and is finally getting healthy after dealing with various injuries/injury rehabilitation all season.

Source: various

Nov
28

Titans move A.J. Brown to IR

We knew Tennessee WR A.J. BROWN was badly banged up after last week's loss to Houston, what with chest and rib and hand injuries, so it shouldn't have come as aMore shock when the Titans ruled him out for Week 12 on Friday. But it's still quite surprising that they then placed him on injured reserve on Saturday. Brown will miss the next three games at minimum, and with the team also having its bye next week, is not eligible to play again before Week 16. Tough blow for fantasy teams in tight playoff battles. Less

Source: various

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