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1/15:New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead (knee), who hasn't played since Dec. 17 due to a knee sprain, is expected to play against the Jaguars in the AFC title game next weekend, according to a source. A lot will depend on how much Burkhead does in practice this week, so keep an eye on his status. Dion Lewis will remain the lead back in this backfield and is the most attractive DFS play, but Burkhead's return would lower the ceiling for Lewis' owners. Burkhead may be limited if he returns, though, soread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $10,300
1/15:New Orleans Saints impending free-agent quarterback Drew Brees would like to re-sign with the team, and he believes the team is entering "a window of time here where we can really make a run at it." Brees turns 39 Monday and has a clause in his contract that forbids the team from placing the franchise tag on him. If the Saints decide to cut Brees, he would cost the team $18 million in dead money against the salary cap. The future Hall of Fame quarterback had a down year across the board with the Saints focusingread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/15:Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey was offered a contract extension by the team. Not only has Mularkey been assured of returning in 2018, the Titans apparently now believe he is worth extending beyond that. This decision is based almost solely on Tennessee's Wild-Card win over the Chiefs, a lot of which may not have been attributed to a good coaching job by Mularkey. By all accounts, general manager Jon Robinson was ready to part ways with Mularkey following a massive step back by Tennessee's offense. It appears ownership stepped in to guarantee Mularkey's return.--Chris Zolliread more...
1/15:Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shumur and New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels appear to be the top two candidates for the New York Giants coaching vacancy, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. It is clear to many that McDaniels will be the Colts next head coach, so this would indicate Shurmur is now the favorite to succeed Ben McAdoo in New York. Shurmur has interviewed with the Giants, Lions, Cardinals and Bears. Chicago (Matt Nagy) and Detroit (Matt Patricia) have their new coaches in place, while the Cardinals and Giants searches remain open. Should Shurmur endread more...
1/15:New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill caught three passes for 54 yards against Minnesota in the second round of the playoffs. Both are season highs for a sparsely-used tight end that was a backup for most of the year. Hill, like any receiver in the Saints offense, often has a chance to score or make a big play, but he isn't a dependable option. It's unclear what the Saints will do at the tight end position next year, as starter Coby Fleener has suffered several concussions in his career andread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/15:New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn finished with a team-high eight receptions in a loss to Minnesota on Sunday. He ended up with 72 yards, but no touchdowns. Ginn made a 29-yard reception that went for a touchdown in the second quarter, but it was nullified by a penalty and wiped out. Ginn technically did not post career highs this season, but it's hard to argue that it wasn't his most successful season as a receiver. He gelled extremely well with Drew Brees and seems to have found a homeread more...
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1/15:New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas had seven receptions for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the divisional round of the playoffs. Thomas was the first to get the Saints on the scoreboard with a 14-yard score in the third quarter and followed it up with a three-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter. He winds up a terrific second NFL season in top form and has proven to be a matchup-proof, high-floor WR in all fantasy leagues.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/15:New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram ended a stellar 2017 campaign with two massively disappointing games in the playoffs. Ingram carried the ball 10 times for 25 yards and added one reception for three yards against the Vikings, one week after totaling just 35 yards against the Panthers. Ingram found himself out-touched by rookie Alvin Kamara in each playoff game as well, including the red zone. Ingram still figures to be in a timeshare situation with Kamara next season, but it wouldn't be surprising if Ingram starts playing second fiddleread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/15:New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara surpassed 100 yards from scrimmage and scored a touchdown in the divisional round of the playoffs. Kamara outrushed Mark Ingram for the second straight game, putting up 43 yards on 11 carries, and also caught four passes for 62 yards. Kamara's score came with just over two minutes left in the game and gave the Saints their first lead of the game. It didn't last long, however, as an exchange of field goals and a dramatic last-second touchdown by Stefonread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/15:New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees started off extremely slow, but finished with excellent passing numbers again in the second round of the playoffs. Brees threw for 294 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. The two picks came in the first half, as the Saints fell to a 17-0 deficit at halftime. He nearly brought his team back to victory with a 14-yard touchdown to Alvin Kamara with 2:20 left in the game and then a drive leading to a field goal a minute later. The Vikings had other plans, however.read more...
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1/14:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster turned in a slow performance in his team's 45-42 playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The rookie wideout caught three of five targets for just five yards, although he did manage a four-yard touchdown on his team's final possession of the game. Smith-Schuster far outperformed anyone's expectations in his rookie season, falling just short of 1,000 receiving yards and hauling in seven touchdowns. Look for him to take another step forward in 2018.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: www.NFL.com
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/14:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant caught only two passes in his playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, but he certainly made them count. The young wideout caught two of four targets for 78 yards and a touchdown as his team lost 45-42 in a shootout with the Jaguars. Bryant's score came on a 36-yard over-the-shoulder strike from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at the end of the first half. While he only made one other catch in the game, Bryant ends his 2017 season on a positive note after losing his spot asread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/14:Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Vance McDonald turned in his best game of the season in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. McDonald torched the Jacksonville Jaguars, catching 10 passes for 112 yards in his team's 45-42 loss. McDonald ends his first season in Pittsburgh on a positive note after struggling through much of the season and dealing with several minor injuries. On Sunday, he showed why the Steelers traded for him this past preseason, making several nice catches and showing explosiveness after the catch. If McDonald can stay healthy, look for him to take a bigread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/14:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown played through a calf injury to torch an elite Jacksonville Jaguars secondary for seven catches, 132 yards, and two touchdowns on Sunday. It wasn't enough, however, as the Steelers fell to Jacksonville in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Brown was listed as questionable heading into the game, as he injured his calf back in Week 15 against the New England Patriots. He looked no worse for the wear as he shredded a Jaguars secondary that was one of the best in the league this past season. Despite the loss,read more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
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1/14:Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell turned in a huge performance in his team's 45-42 playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional Round. Bell carried the ball 16 times for 62 yards while adding nine receptions for 88 yards. The star running back also scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving. Bell's touchdown reception was a 19-yard grab down the right sideline in the third quarter while his rushing score came on a lateral from Ben Roethlisberger. Bell will be a free agent this offseason but the Steelers are expectedread more...
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