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1/21:New England Patriots running back Sony Michel carried the ball 29 times for 113 yards with two touchdowns in the Patriots 37-31 victory over the Chiefs to reach the Super Bowl. The rookie running back was fantastic from the jump and the Patriots leaned on him to move the chains. Michel punched in a 1-yard score to get New England on the board and then sprinted untouched for a 10-yard score in the fourth quarter. Michel is hot at the right time and will have tons of sleeper potential as a possible Super Bowl MVP heading into the Patriots matchup against the Rams on February 3.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New England Patriots
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1/21:New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman caught seven passes for 96 yards in the Patriots 37-31 overtime win over the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Edelman was quiet for most of the game but was heavily targeted in the games final minutes, delivering clutch catch after catch. Edelman is clearly quarterback Tom Brady's preferred target in crunch time and the veteran receiver made some fantastic receptions in traffic. Edelman will be a top choice to lead the team in targets when the Patriots take on the Rams in the Super Bowl February 3.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New England Patriots
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1/21:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed 30 of 46 passes for 348 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in the Patriots thrilling AFC Championship victory over the Chiefs 37-31 in overtime. The Patriots offense got off to a slow start but the future Hall of Famer turned it on when it mattered the most. From the beginning of the fourth quarter, Brady nearly doubled his passing yards with some nearly perfect drives. When the chips were down, the Patriots put the ball in Brady's hands and delivered strike after strike as the team scored 20 points in the final quarter in addition to overtime. Brady will now play in his ninth Super Bowl on February 3, striving to win an all-time record sixth Super Bowl.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New England Patriots
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1/21:New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas caught four passes for only 36 yards in the Saints 26-23 overtime loss to the Rams in the NFC Championship Game. Thomas was targeted seven times but disappointed for a player that caught 125 passes in the regular season. The Saints offense revolved mostly around teammate Alvin Kamara and Thomas was a non-factor. Despite the disappointing end to his season, Thomas will remain a top choice among wide receivers in fantasy heading into next season.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Orleans Saints
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1/21:New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara caught 11 passes for 96 yards and added 15 rushing yards in the Saints heartbreaking 26-23 overtime loss to the Rams in the NFC Championship Game. The Saints offense leaned on Kamara and the fantasy stud delivered countless times throughout the game. He was targeted 13 times and accounted for 111 of the teams 290 total yards on offense. Kamara is one of the most dynamic, dual offensive threats in the game and will be considered as a top-3 pick in next year's fantasy draft boards.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Orleans Saints
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1/21:New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 26 of 40 passes for 249 yards, two touchdowns and one crucial overtime interception in the Saints 26-23 loss to the Rams in the NFC Championship Game. Brees was solid throughout but was hit on a pass attempt to allow the Rams to kick the game-winning field goal to seal the team's fate this season. Brees had an all-time season for a player who is on his way to the Hall of Fame but the Saints come up short in heartbreaking fashion for the second year in a row. Brees is defying his age and should still be a top-10 play in fantasy heading into next season.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Orleans Saints
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1/20:Buffalo Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander is expected to retire after the 2019 season. The 35-year-old recently re-signed with the Bills for a maximum of $4.55 million, if all bonuses are met, over one season. He received a signing bonus of $355,000 and will have a base salary of $3 million. Alexander played over 62 percent of the team’s defensive snaps and nearly 39 percent of their special team's snaps in 2018, so he figures to have a prominent role this upcoming season. The 12th-year pro finished the 2018 campaign with 6.5 sacks (second-most on the team) to go with 74 tackles (11.5 for losses), ten quarterback hits, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and a career-best two interceptions. The Bills defense was a pleasant surprise last year, ranking first in the league in pass defense and second in total defense.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBallerSource: Josh Alper, ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
1/20:The Baltimore Ravens agreed in principle to a contract extension with head coach John Harbaugh with "some lawyer stuff left to do," according to a source. Harbaugh inserted rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson into the starting role over Joe Flacco in the middle of the season and led the team to a 10-6 record, the AFC North title and their first playoff berth since 2014. The 56-year-old is the fifth winningest active coach in the league with a 114-77 record. He has taken the Ravens to the playoffs in seven of his 11 seasons, including a Super Bowl win in 2012. Baltimore has just one losing season under Harbaugh. His presence moving forward is good news for the development of Jackson under center.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jamison Hensley
1/20:The Kansas City Chiefs offseason priorities include trying to reach long-term contract extensions with wide receiver Tyreek Hill and defensive end Chris Jones. Hill, 25 in March, set career highs across the board in his third season in catches (87), yards (1,479) and touchdowns (12) and has become one of the best home run threats in football as a WR1 with quarterback Patrick Mahomes under center. Jones was third in the NFL behind Aaron Donald and J.J. Watt with 15.5 sacks in 2018. The Chiefs could also use the franchise tag on impending free-agent linebacker Dee Ford, who had an exceptional year rushing the passer for KC.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/19:Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said running back C.J. Prosise (abdomen) will be ready for the start of the team's offseason program on April 15. Going into next year, Prosise has to be considered outside looking in for a roster spot after playing in just 16 of a possible 48 games to begin his career. “C.J., he really needed the surgery that he had, it was a little more extensive than we thought," Carroll said. “But he will be back from that, that’s about an eight-week recovery or something like that, so he will be fine." Prosise will be entering the final year of his four-year rookie deal, but the Seahawks already have Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny, J.D. McKissic and Bo Scarbrough ahead of Prosise on the roster. There remains talent here, but he's well off the fantasy radar until he can prove his health.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Seattle Times - Bob Condotta
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1/19:Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate (hip) underwent arthroscopic surgery last week to fix a torn labrum in his hip that he dealt with for the majority of the 2018 season, according to a source. The procedure included the removal of bone fragments, and Brate is now on crutches. The source said his recovery time would be a "few months." The Bucs are expected to ease Brate into organized team activities this spring, but he should be ready for next season. He caught 30 passes for 289 yards and six touchdowns on the season. Brate is a fine red-zone weapon for the Bucs, but the emergence of O.J. Howard will make him merely a touchdown-dependent TE2 for next season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jenna Laine
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1/19:New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson (appendix) will not play in the NFC Championship game on Sunday against the Rams after missing several practices this week while dealing with appendicitis, according to a source. He has been able to avoid surgery, but he won't be able to play in the big game. The veteran tight end has just two touchdowns on the year and hasn't been a very big part of the offense in what is expected to be his final season. With him out, Josh Hill should have a bigger role against a Rams team that has been vulnerable to tight ends this year. Hill will have some sleeper DFS appeal.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Katherine Terrell
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1/19:Kansas City Chiefs running back Spencer Ware (hamstring) was taken off the final injury report for the AFC Championship on Sunday against the Patriots after practicing in full on Thursday and Friday. Ware hasn't played since the first week of December and will return to a backup role behind Damien Williams, limiting his DFS upside for fantasy owners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chiefs.com
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1/18:The Dallas Cowboys fired offensive coordinator Scott Linehan on Friday. The decision was mutual, according to head coach Jason Garrett. Dallas' offense finished 22nd in the league in both total offense and scoring offense, averaging just 21.2 points per game. It wasn't until the team traded for wide receiver Amari Cooper that the offense started to actually move the football with more consistency, but to be fair they didn't have many weapons outside of running back Ezekiel Elliott. The next offensive coordinator will be expected to develop a strong rapport with quarterback Dak Prescott, who is in line to receive a contract extension in the near future.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: DallasCowboys.com - David Helman
1/17:Kansas City Chiefs running back Spencer Ware (hamstring) practiced in full on Thursday after being limited in Wednesday's session. Ware sat out the divisional round after being limited in practice all week, but it looks like he's set to return for the AFC Championship against the Patriots on Sunday. He has been out since early December and will surely be the backup to Damien Williams if he's active, giving him limited fantasy upside this weekend.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chiefs.com
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