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10/20:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (ankle, back) is "highly unlikely" to play in Week 7 against the Bears after not traveling with the team to Chicago, according to a source. Players that don't travel with the team pretty much never play, so this is big news. Gronk owners need to find a replacement from a very poor lot of tight ends that are available on the waiver wire. With Gronk not expected to play, receivers Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan and Josh Gordon should see more work, as well as running back James White. Dwayne Allen should be the team's top pass-catching tight end if Gronkowski is out, but he'd only be a desperation TE2.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
Next Matchup:   10/29  |  @ BUF
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,600
10/20:Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn expects wide receivers Calvin Ridley (ankle) and Mohamed Sanu (hip) to play on Monday night against the Giants, as well as defensive tackle Grady Jarrett and defensive end Derrick Shelby. Ridley has been practicing the last two days, while Sanu returned to practice on Saturday. It's good news for quarterback Matt Ryan in somewhat of a tough matchup against New York's underrated secondary. Ridley will be in play as a WR3 if he suits up, while Sanu is more of a touchdown-dependant WR4/flex. Having Jarrett and Shelby available will be a big boost to a defense that has lost their best playmakers to injury already this year.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Jason Butt
Next Matchup:   11/4  |  @ WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,500
10/20:New York Giants wide receiver Russell Shepard (neck) is questionable for Monday night against the Falcons. Shepard has just four catches on eight targets for 61 yards in five games this year, so he wasn't on the fantasy radar to begin with, but his role was set to increase with Cody Latimer on Injured Reserve. Rookie Jawill Davis or Bennie Fowler could serve as the third wideout behind Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard on Monday.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Jordan Raanan
Next Matchup:   10/28  |  vs. WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,000
10/20:Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (hip) is back at practice on Saturday and is running routes after sitting out both Thursday and Friday. It remains to be seen what his status will be for the Monday night game against the Giants, but Sanu will probably be listed as questionable. Returning to practice Saturday gives him a good shot to play, however. While Sanu has touchdowns in three of the last four games, he remains third in the receiving pecking order and is a touchdown-dependent WR3/flex if he plays. Justin Hardy could see work in three-receiver sets if Sanu is inactive.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: AtlantaFalcons.com - Kelsey Conway
Next Matchup:   11/4  |  @ WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,500
10/20:Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will try to find the end zone for the third straight week Monday. This is assuming Sanu is able to suit up. The receiver has been battling a hip injury for the past couple of weeks, and he aggravated it more earlier in the week. Coach Dan Quinn thinks that Sanu should be able to play through the injury. If he does he’ll draw a difficult matchup against a stout Giants secondary. It’s worth noting that fellow wide receiver Calvin Ridley is also questionable, but it sounds like he’ll be good to go. If Ridley was out, Sanu would get a bump as the team’s No. 2 receiver. Since he has had such a big end zone presence, Sanu is a solid WR3/Flex play in all formats.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   11/4  |  @ WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,500
10/20:Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley will face a tough secondary Monday against the New York Giants. Ridley has been battling an ankle injury all weak, but the Falcons are optimistic that he’ll be able to suit up. Even though some might be surprised, the Giants have a well-rounded secondary. They rank second in the league in fantasy points allowed to wide receivers this year. If fellow wide receiver Mohamed Sanu is out, then Ridley will see a nice bump. If not, he’ll take from Ridley’s share along with tight end Austin Hooper. Assuming Ridley is healthy he is still a must start in deeper leagues, and a slightly risky WR2 in other formats.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   11/4  |  @ WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,000
10/20:Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones is finally starting to emerge as the team’s No. 1 target, and will look to keep things going Sunday against the Colts. He draws a great matchup against a weak Colts secondary that ranks around the bottom of the league in fantasy points allowed to receivers. Unfortunately Jones will be working without his starting quarterback Josh Allen. Instead Derek Anderson, who hasn’t even been on the team for 10 days, will be taking the snaps. This is a downgrade for Jones and it’s hard to say who Anderson will be targeting. Since there is so much uncertainty, and the Bills will probably be pounding McCoy most of the day, Jones is a weak flex option in deeper leagues.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   10/29  |  vs. NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,900
10/20:Buffalo Bills quarterback Derek Anderson will look to get the team on track Sunday versus the Indianapolis Colts. Wow, that was weird to say. Anderson joined the team less than 10 days ago, so we shouldn’t expect much in terms of pass production. It sound the starting quarterback Josh Allen will be back in a couple of weeks, so expect a heavy dose of LeSean McCoy until then. Anderson definitely isn’t worth picking up off the waivers, and should be a risky but cheap DFS play.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   10/29  |  vs. NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,900
10/20:Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy should be in for a big workload on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. With quarterback Josh Allen out this week, the Bills should resort to a heavy dose of the run. In the past two weeks McCoy has gotten 24 and 16 carries respectively. It wouldn’t be that bold to say he should get at least 20 carries Sunday. He draws a decent matchup against a Colts defense that is middle of the pack at stopping the run. While Shady is getting a boost with a backup quarterback in, there still is the offensive line issues. The line has failed to get much push up front all year, which has made for tough running conditions for McCoy. So, Shady can be looked at as a RB2 at best in most leagues, and should be a good value play in DFS.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: NFL
Next Matchup:   10/29  |  vs. NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,300
10/20:Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki remains a low-end TE2 option in Week 7 as he has not seen any significant increase in targets. Gesicki has proven to be a good pass-catcher but has been more involved in blocking than in running routes so far this season. The Dolphins offense has been relatively quiet this season so there is still a chance for Gesicki to move into a more significant fantasy role. Regardless, Gesicki can be avoided for now and will only reach value if he scores a touchdown.--Corey Johnson - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   10/25  |  @ HOU
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,800
10/20:The Baltimore Ravens are hoping wide receiver Michael Crabtree has put his propensity to drop passes behind him. Crabtree is coming off a stellar Week 6 performance where he had six catches for 93 yards and one touchdown. It was the first time that he reached the end zone since the opening game of the season and it marked his first game of 90 or more receiving yards since 2016. He now has 12 receptions over the last two contests, giving him four games of at least five catches this season. The 31-year-old, who has dropped a league-high six passes, is tied for the team lead with 30 receptions, as his 35.2 percent target share tops the team. New Orleans has one of the most porous pass defenses in the league. The Saints are surrendering about 17 receptions, 228 yards and two touchdowns a game to receivers. With that said, Crabtree is a solid WR3 play against the Saints, who are permitting the most fantasy points to wide receivers this year.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
Next Matchup:   10/28  |  @ CAR
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,300
10/20:Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins is coming off a solid 54-yard, two-touchdown performance on a season-high 19 carries in a 21-0 win over the Titans last week. While he averaged an uninspiring 2.8 yards per attempt, he only had two negative runs and garnered five orread more...
Next Matchup:   10/28  |  @ CAR
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,800
10/19:New England Patriots right tackle Marcus Cannon (concussion) did not practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 7 against the Bears. Quarterback Tom Brady's protection won't be as good as usual against a strong Chicago pass rush, although All-Pro defensive end Khalil Mack (ankle) is questionable and was slowed by his injury last week. Still, it's something to keep an eye on for this Sunday. If New England's offensive line is struggling, expect the Patriots to get the ball out quickly, which would favor receiver Julian Edelman and running back James White.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Patriots.com
10/19:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler (groin) practiced in full all week and is no longer on the Week 7 injury report against the Redskins after sitting out in Week 6. While Butler could see a role against Washington, he has yet to catch a pass in 2018 and would be behind Allen Hurns, Cole Beasley, rookie Michael Gallup and Deonte Thompson in one of the worst passing offenses in football, so you can continue ignoring him.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: DallasCowboys.com
Next Matchup:   11/5  |  vs. TEN
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,100
10/19:Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) will play again this season, but his long-term future is in doubt. Tannehill continues to battle injuries and has not lived up to expectations in the first seven weeks of the season. Before the knee injury that kept him out for all of 2017 he had a quarterback rating of 93.5 and completed 67.1 percent of his passes in 2016. His QB rating through five games this year is at 92.9 with a completion percentage of 65.9. Tannehill is scheduled to cost $26.6 million against the salary cap next year, while releasing him after the year take $13.2 million off the cap. It all likely depends on whether Tannehill can improve in the second half of the season when he returns from his right shoulder injury. Until then, Brock Osweiler will fill in under center. Tannehill will probably be dropped in shallow leagues with him likely to miss at least the next two games.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Miami Herald - Armando Salguero
Next Matchup:   10/25  |  @ HOU
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,300
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