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1/9:It looks as though new Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy will keep defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in place for the 2018 season. Fangio was a favorite to jump ship and become the Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator, but they are apparently going in another direction. The Bears were an underrated defensive unit in 2017, and Fangio is known for getting the most out of his players. He has extensive experience in the NFL as a defensive guru, and the Bears could see a step forward on that side of the ball now that he is coming back forread more...
1/9:The Los Angeles Chargers are expected to retain defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, according to sources. This will give continuity to a unit that really excelled in 2017, especially down the stretch. The Chargers have perhaps two of the best pass-rushing linebackers in Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram, and they should be a top-five fantasy defensive unit next season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
1/9:The Carolina Panthers are expected to interview Norv Turner for their offensive coordinator position, and he is believed to be a top candidate for the position, according to sources. Turner is a good friend of head coach Ron Rivera's from their time coaching together for the San Diego Chargers. Turner has his fair share of experiencing guiding high-flying offenses, but on the surface he wouldn't seem to be a good fit with a running quarterback like Cam Newton. The Panthers would also need to upgrade their current pass-catching corps to give Turner more reliable deep threats,read more...
1/9:New York Jets offensive coordinator John Morton, who was rumored to be a candidate to join head coach Jon Gruden's staff in Oakland, will remain in New York as the offensive coordinator in 2018. Despite the Jets surprising with veteran Josh McCown under center for most of the year, they finished 28th in total offense under Morton. Unless the Jets solve their quarterback woes quickly, it'll be tough for Morton to guide them to new heights in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Post - Brian Costello
1/9:Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (knee) has been recovering nicely from major knee surgery last August, and he's expected to be ready for the offseason program at the beginning of April. He has been throwing and walking without a limp. It's good news for Tannehill, who will without a doubt be Miami's starting quarterback in 2018. With Jay Cutler under center in 2017, the Dolphins offense was way too inconsistent and took a step backward. However, Tannehill wasn't helping fantasy owners much in 2016 despite increased efficiency, and there's no reason to believeread more...
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1/9:After some speculation earlier in the day, a source has spoken to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post debunking any rumors of Alabama head coach Nick Saban leaving for the NFL. The source stated Saban has no interest in the New York Giants head coaching position, striking that long-shot candidate off the board after he just won another National Championship with Alabama. The Giants coaching search will continue throughout the remainder of the week.--Stephen Halupka - RotoBallerSource: Twitter
1/9:The Baltimore Ravens promoted linebackers coach Don "Wink" Martindale to defensive coordinator Tuesday. Martindale has been an assistant coach with the Ravens since 2012, and he was the Broncos defensive coordinator under then head coach Josh McDaniels in 2010. "His aggressive mentality will serve to take our defense to new levels," head coach John Harbaugh said in a team statement. Mike Macdonald was also promoted to linebackers coach and Sterling Lucas was promoted to quality control defense. With a stable nucleus on defense, not much should change with Baltimore's defensive unit in 2018, and they should remain one ofread more...
1/9:New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis heads into the Patriots playoff matchup against the Titans playing the best football of his career. He racked up a career-high 896 rushing yards this season and has scored in each of his last three games. Since taking over the lead running back duties 11 games ago, he has recorded at least 60 rushing yards in seven games and has five rushing touchdowns. He will take on a Titans defense that was absolutely destroyed by the Rams' Todd Gurley three weeks ago, but they allowed the eighthread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,100
1/9:New England Patriots running backs Rex Burkhead (knee) and James White (ankle) and wide receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder) were all limited in practice Tuesday. All three players are expected to return in the Divisional Round against the Titans this Saturday, which means running back Mike Gillislee (knee), who didn't practice Tuesday, will likely be inactive again. Burkhead is the main pass-catching back for the Patriots and can be a sneaky DFS play in PPR formats. The return of both Burkhead and White will be bad news forread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $10,500
1/9:New England Patriots wide receiver Brandin Cooks should be a top option on the outside for quarterback Tom Brady against the Titans on Saturday night. Cooks recorded his third straight 1,000-yard season in his first year with the Patriots and now will face a Titans defense that allowed the 12th most fantasy points to receivers. Speedy receivers like Doug Baldwin, Antonio Brown, Deandre Hopkins and Marquise Goodwin have made the Titans pay this season with 100-yard performances. The Titans also have surrenderedread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $12,500
1/9:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will be a top fantasy option this weekend when the Patriots host the Titans. Gronkowski is as healthy as he has been heading into the playoffs in years and finished the season with 69 catches, 1,084 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He will go up against a Titans defense that has not allowed a 100-yard game to a single tight end all season, but not many players are like Gronk. The Patriots have tried to protect him all season long, but the shackles will be off in the playoffs.read more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,200
1/9:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady begins his playoff quest for another title when the Patriots take on the Titans on Saturday night. Brady heads into the playoffs with plenty to prove after a week of off-the-field headlines and two months of a decrease in his production. He has not thrown for over 300 yards since Nov. 19 and has thrown six interceptions over his last six games. Brady will face a Titans defense that shut down the Jaguars last week and have played much better in the second half. After getting lit up by severalread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $13,900
1/9:Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen will take on a Saints defense that allowed the 13th most fantasy points to opposing receivers this season. Thielen began his career season with a bang in Week 1 against the Saints, torching them for nine catches and 157 yards. Thielen would go on to post 1,276 receiving yards and will see a Saints secondary that has allowed at least 80 receiving yards to 13 different receivers this season. Thielen has emerged as an elite go-to receiver in the NFL and will need to step up if the Vikings hoperead more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ PHI
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,400
1/9:Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs will take on a Saints defense that he burned for 93 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 of the season. A lot has changed since then -- Case Keenum is now the starting quarterback and Diggs has had to work his way back into a rhythm after missing portions of the season to lower-body injuries. But he certainly has come on of late with three straight games with touchdown catches and will go up against a Saints defense that allowed the 13th most fantasy points to opposingread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ PHI
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $13,400
1/9:Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph (ankle) hopes to be at 100 percent health heading into this weekend's playoff matchup against the Saints. The bye week came at the right time for one of quarterback Case Keenum's favorite red-zone targets, as he tries to work his way through an ankle injury. Rudolph has eight touchdowns this season but will face a Saints defense that allowed the fifth fewest fantasy points to his position. They surrendered 107 receiving yards to the Panthers' Greg Olsen last week, but they have held opposing tight endsread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ PHI
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $9,400
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