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3 hours agoDetroit Lions left tackle Taylor Decker (back) has been ruled out in Week 2 against the Chargers. It's a downgrade for quarterback Matthew Stafford on Sunday, and he could be facing a lot of pressure from pass-rushers Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. Stafford looked good in Week 1 throwing the football, but that was also against a Cardinals team missing their top cornerbacks. Consider Stafford a low-end QB2 in a much tougher matchup against the Bolts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Chris Burke
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Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. LAC
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3 hours agoNew York Giants wide receiver Cody Latimer (calf) is active in Week 2 against the Bills. With Sterling Shepard (concussion) out, Latimer will likely start opposite Bennie Fowler with Russell Shepard in the slot in three-receiver sets. The Giants will run their offense through running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Evan Engram on Sunday in a very difficult matchup with Buffalo's defense. Latimer, Fowler and Shepard will be fighting for scraps, making them all very hard to trust in fantasy. If you're desperate, Latimer is a low-ceiling WR5 in the deepest of leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NJ Advance Media - Matt Lombardo
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. BUF
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,700
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3 hours agoThe Dallas Cowboys' contract-extension talks with quarterback Dak Prescott have reached an impasse after owner Jerry Jones called a deal imminent just last week. Not much is going on and nothing is expected to happen for the foreseeable future, according to sources. Prescott could be holding out for a shorter-term deal that a lot of recent quarterbacks have agreed to. The 26-year-old didn't let his contract talks get in the way of shredding the Giants for 405 yards and four touchdowns through the air in the season opener, and he gets another excellent matchup against Washington in Week 2. Consider Prescott a very solid QB1 against the Redskins.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ WAS
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,700
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4 hours agoThe Miami Dolphins could wind up trading defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick as early as next week, and the Dolphins are reportedly looking for a first-round pick in return. Miami isn't actively shopping him, but they are certainly open to discussing a trade for the former first-round selection. The interest around the league for Fitzpatrick is real and serious. Fitzpatrick has been unhappy with the team moving him all over the field on defense and requested the Dolphins trade him. The Dolphins got lit up by the Ravens in Week 1 and will likely be blown out this Sunday against the Patriots, especially with safety Reshad Jones out. Stay away from Miami's defense/special teams at all costs.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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4 hours agoNew York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold (illness) is out for Monday night against the Browns with mononucleosis and could miss anywhere from three to seven weeks, according to sources. The illness affected Darnold in the season-opening loss to the Bills, and he's being quarantined from the rest of the team. At the very least, you shouldn't expect to have Darnold back until after the team's Week 4 bye at this point. He's a QB2 in season-long leagues, but this news obviously hurts his stock as a fantasy backup. Trevor Siemian will take over for as long as Darnold is out, but he's a low-end QB2 play. Downgrade all Jets receivers with Darnold missing time.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
Next Matchup:   9/16  |  vs. CLE
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5 hours agoJacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone) is targeting a Week 11 return to the team when the team faces the Indianapolis Colts. Jacksonville made Foles their big acquisition of the offseason, and while rookie Gardner Minshew looked solid in his NFL debut, the team is expected to have Foles back in the starting lineup when he's eligible to return. Regardless of which quarterback is under center, the situation in Jacksonville doesn't allow for their quarterback to ever really be ranked as more than a matchup-dependent QB2, but Foles does have the higher floor of the two passers.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ HOU
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5 hours agoThe New England Patriots will have their newest acquisition -- wide receiver Antonio Brown -- suit up and play on Sunday against the Dolphins despite facing sexual-assault allegations, and the plan appears to be for the team to get Brown involved early and often offensively, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Brown's talent and the porous Miami Dolphins Defense should allow him to find space and make plays in the passing game, though it'll be interesting to see how the team handles targets between Brown, Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon. Brown is in the WR2 tier on Sunday, but there's a lot of volatility in that ranking.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ MIA
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10 hours agoCincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon (ankle) plans to play against the 49ers on Sunday. Mixon injured his ankle during the Week 1 matchup against the Seahawks and finished with just 10 yards on six carries to go along with two receptions for seven yards. The 23-year-old practiced in a limited capacity on Friday, with the final determination regarding his status coming during pregame warmups. If Mixon is in the lineup, Giovani Bernard's stock will decrease significantly in Week 2.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. SF
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10 hours agoLos Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley (groin) is not expected to play against the Detroit Lions. Badgley did practice throughout the week, and despite feeling good, he likely won't be available in Week 2, leaving punter Ty Long to handle the kicking duties once again. Long went 1-for-1 with three extra points against the Colts but shouldn't be considered a reliable fantasy option on Sunday.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ DET
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10 hours agoLos Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) will likely play against the Lions. Williams returned to practice on Friday after sitting out the previous two days, but even though he is likely to suit up, the plan is to utilize him in red-zone situations only. With tight end Hunter Henry (knee) not available in Week 2, Williams could get some targets but not enough to justify his place in formats outside of 14-team leagues.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ DET
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16 hours agoBaltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown is still experiencing some discomfort in his injured foot and only played on 14 snaps in Week 1. Out of those 14 snaps, Brown was targeted five times, catching four balls for 147 yards and two touchdowns. Although the speedster out of Oklahoma only played on 14.82% of the Ravens offensive snaps, he was targeted five times, which equals the total number of targets (five) for all other Ravens wide receivers combined. The bottom line is that at this point in time, Brown needs to catch a deep ball if he's going to come through for fantasy purposes, similar to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson earlier in his career. Brown is a boom-or-bust WR4 for Week 2.--Mike Riggall - RotoBallerSource: Jamison Hensley - ESPN
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Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. ARI
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16 hours agoBaltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards played more snaps (38.16%) than starter Mark Ingram (32.89%) in Week 1, but Ingram is the clear starter in the Ravens backfield. Last week, Edwards saw an increase in playing time because Ingram's shoulder was banged up and the Ravens had a large lead over the Miami Dolphins. Edwards was less efficient than Ingram, running for just 3.3 yards per carry compared to Ingram, who popped off an impressive 7.6 yards per carry. Edwards cannot be trusted in your starting lineup at this time, but if you are anIngram owner, you would be wise to roster Edwards as the clear handcuff.--Mike Riggall - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. ARI
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16 hours agoBaltimore Ravens wide receiver Miles Boykin played only 23.68% of the offensive snaps in Week 1. Boykin would have come up extremely small for fantasy purposes if he didn't score a touchdown on his only target of the game. That being said, the Notre Dame product may be the best red-zone threat the Ravens have at receiver, standing 6-foot-4. When Boykin does play in Week 2, he should be lined up on Arizona Cardinals cornerback Byron Murphy, who will be giving up five inches in height. The problem is we simply can't trust Boykin in fantasy lineups until he starts playing more snaps, not even in 14-team leagues. Boykin should remain on waivers until he starts earning more playing time in redraft formats.--Mike Riggall - RotoBallerSource: Kyle Barber - SB Nation
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  vs. ARI
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,800
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18 hours agoIn Week 1, Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines caught all four of his targets for just four yards. He also added four carries for 13 yards. In Week 2, he's nothing more than a dart throw in very deep leagues. During his rookie season, Hines' value came from his volume in the passing game with an average of 3.9 receptions per game. Against the Tennessee Titans this week, the outlook is not the brightest for him. The Titans allowed just four receptions to Cleveland Browns running backs for 24 yards. Unless you're playing in an ultra-deep league, you're avoiding Hines until he sees an uptick in his workload.--Gage Bridgford - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ TEN
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19 hours agoBuffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones caught two passes for 18 yards in Week 1. He was targeted four times in the game. He's the team's No. 2 receiver on paper, but slot receiver Cole Beasley will be soaking up many of the targets that would be going to a No. 2 receiver in most offenses, relegating Jones to minimal targets for the foreseeable future. Jones could end up scoring half-a-dozen touchdowns on the year, but when they'll occur will be extremely tough to predict and he's unlikely to put up solid catch and yardage totals as long as Beasley and John Brown are healthy and productive. Jones can be left on waiver wires until further notice.--Andrew Ericksen - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
Next Matchup:   9/15  |  @ NYG
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,600
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