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8/18:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams caught a touchdown pass in the second quarter of Saturday's preseason game. Williams ended up catching two passes for 16 yards, with his touchdown catch being a six-yard strike from starter Dak Prescott. Williams will have a starting role this season, but the Cowboys are likely to struggle in the passing game in general, limiting his upside significantly.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
8/18:San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo went 10-for-12 for 136 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Garoppolo engineered a 78-yard opening drive that ended with a two-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Trent Taylor. Despite the one interception on a tipped ball that could have been caught by wide receiver Dante Pettis, Garoppolo impressed all around, including a well-thrown bomb down the sideline for 40 yards to wide receiver Marquise Goodwin. So far this preseason, Garoppolo has looked solid in limited action and is pushing towards a low-end QB1 status and is worthy of a mid-round pick.--Calvin Mcalee - RotoBallerSource: Joe Fann -
8/18:Dallas Cowboys running back Darius Jackson showed up on Saturday, playing well by running the ball six times for 42 yards and catching four balls for 22 yards. Jackson was originally drafted by the Cowboys in 2016, but ended up getting cut and spending time with the Cleveland Browns. He's fighting for a spot behind starter Ezekiel Elliott and backup Rod Smith.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
8/18:Tennessee Titans wide receiver Taywan Taylor has had rave reviews from training camp this season, and he was able to transition that to the game on Saturday. Taylor grabbed four passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns, one of which was a 47-yard screen pass. Taylor showed his blazing speed on the play as he ran straight through the secondary untouched. The Titans left Taylor in a bit longer than most of the starters, likely in order to get a better look at the young receiver going into the season. He will definitely be an important part of the Titans offense this season, but his volume may be a little low to be counted on in redraft leagues.--Sam D - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
8/18:Tennessee Titans running back Dion Lewis looked impressive in limited time Saturday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Lewis only rushed once for one yard, but also added two receptions for 26 yards. While the box score may not pop out, the highlight film tells a different story. He was able to make multiple defenders miss in the open field and looked electric with the ball in his hands. Lewis will be a major facet in this improved offense going forward and can be trusted as a safe RB2 in PPR formats.--Sam D - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
8/18:If you're hoping for Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley and quarterback Jared Goff to carry your fantasy team at the start of the season, you might have to have a backup plan. Head coach Sean McVay hinted that neither of the two may play in the preseason. Presumably, this is to prevent them from sustaining any unnecessary hits or injuries. While this is certainly a smart choice, as evidenced by the various key players across the league set to miss time from preseason injuries, there will be some rust when the season starts. Players like Le'Veon Bell have shown that not playing in the preseason could bring rust at the start of the year. While the two will still be good or great as the season progresses, they could be in for slow starts, depending on how much the rust affects them.--GBridgfordNFL - RotoBallerSource: Lindsey Thiry
8/18:Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry was involved early on offense Saturday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, totaling four touches for 14 yards. Henry handled all of the running back duties on the first drive and was also a big part of the passing game as the team ran a designed screen for the bruising back. Henry appears ready to take on a much larger role this season, especially in the passing game.--Sam D - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
8/18:Dallas Cowboys running back Rod Smith ran the ball 13 times for 49 yards in Saturday's preseason game. His longest rush was a 16 yard run. Smith is the backup to Ezekiel Elliott, and while he'll have a role this season, he won't make fantasy waves unless Elliott is forced to miss time. He's a solid handcuff for Elliott owners, but not much more.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
8/18:Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis was held without a reception on just one target in his 2018 preseason debut. There appeared to be a miscommunication between Davis and quarterback Marcus Mariota on his lone target. Despite his quiet debut, Davis is still a prime breakout candidate as the primary target in an offense that is ready to improve this season.--Sam D - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
8/18:Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott completed 10 of 15 passes on Saturday, totaling 86 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown was a six-yard strike to Terrance Williams in the second quarter. Prescott looked fine in this one, but did nothing particularly eye-popping. While he certainly struggled in the second half of last season, Prescott seems to be a bit underrated in drafts this season. He's a fine option in 2QB and superflex leagues.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
8/18:Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota only played two offensive series in Saturday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he was effective, delivering four of seven passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. Mariota has now thrown two touchdowns in just three preseason series, indicating that he may be in store for some positive regression this season in an improved offense. Mariota should get an extended look in Week 3 as team's starters typically play up to three quarters.--Sam D - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
8/18:Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Bo Scarbrough (hip) suffered a hip injury in the preseason game against the Bengals on Saturday. Scarbrough was a seventh-round pick out of Alabama and is competing for a roster spot as a backup behind Ezekiel Elliott and Rod Smith. Check back to find out the severity of his injury. He's only worth a late-round flier in dynasty leagues if he makes the team.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Dallas - Todd Archer
8/18:Chicago Bears tight end Adam Shaheen (ankle) was carted off the field after suffering an ankle injury in the preseason game against the Broncos on Saturday. It's usually never good when a player is carted off the field, so expect Shaheen to miss significant time. Check back for the results of his tests for confirmation, though. Shaheen came on strong in his rookie season in 2017 and was set to share time with free-agent pickup Trey Burton in his second season. You should obviously hold off on drafting him as a TE2 until we know more about his injury.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Kevin Patra
8/18:Oakland Raiders place kicker Eddy Pineiro (groin) tweaked his groin and didn't play in the preseason game on Saturday against the Rams, according to head coach Jon Gruden. Pineiro is battling with veteran Mike Nugent for the kicking duties in training camp. Pineiro's injury isn't good, but as long as it doesn't keep him out too long he should be able to win the job heading into Week 1. The Raiders offense should improve in 2018, but whoever wins this job should be left to the waiver wire to begin the year in standard-sized leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Kevin Patra
8/18:Free-agent running back Orleans Darkwa is scheduled to work out for the Washington Redskins on Sunday, according to sources. Washington is in desperate need of bodies at the running back position with rookie Derrius Guice (knee) out for the year and with Samaje Perine (ankle) and Byron Marshall (ankle) both missing time. Darkwa had 171 carries for 751 yards and five touchdowns for the Giants in 15 games last year but suffered a serious leg injury. He's fully healed now and can provide some much-needed depth in Washington leading up to the season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Josina Anderson
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