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1/17:Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns caught one pass last week for 12 yards against the Steelers. It has been a tough season for Hurns, first with trade rumors in the preseason, then with injuries during the season and finally losing his place in the Jaguars receiving pecking order. He is a veteran receiver capable of making some plays, but he has lost snaps to Keelan Cole, Dede Westbrook and veteran Marqise Lee. Hurns will be the fourth option for a Jaguars offense that will continue to be run-first. Hurnsread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $8,200
1/17:Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon could see more opportunities after producing 77 total yards with one touchdown in the Jaguars shocker win over the Steelers. The veteran has been in and out of the lineup all season due to injuries and ineffectiveness but seized his chance last week. With star rookie Leonard Fournette working through an ankle injury, the Jaguars may lean on a running-back-by-committee during specific drives in the game. This bumps up Yeldon's chances of finding the end zone this Sunday, and he will go up against a Patriots defensiveread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $8,800
1/17:Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak has turned down a second interview for the job of head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. This has moved Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores back into the mix. Until this situation gets resolved, the fantasy values of the various Cardinals players will remain in flux. However, regardless of what new system gets put into place, players such as wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and running back David Johnson will likely already have pre-defined roles for the team.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter
1/17:Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette (ankle), if healthy, will look to carry the Jaguars offense against a Patriots defense that has allowed the 14th fewest fantasy points to running backs this season. Fournette has been limited in practice this week after tweaking his ankle en route to 109 yards and three touchdowns against the Steelers. All signs, however, point to Fournette suiting up and adding to the 46 carries he's already seen in two playoff games. The Patriots defense has allowed three running backs to run for more 90 yards against them in their last sixread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,900
1/17:It is hard to tell which Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles will show up from game to game. Will it be the quarterback that converted eight of 14 third downs against the Steelers and made some big-time throws? Or the passer that finished the regular season with five interceptions in his last two games? The play of the quarterback could be an underrated X-factor for the run-first Jaguars offense heading into a matchup with a Patriots secondary that allowed the seventh most fantasy points to opposing passers during the regular season. The unit looked impressive againstread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $10,600
1/17:Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back Leonard Fournette (ankle) was limited in practice Wednesday. It's a great sign that Fournette is practicing this early in the week after aggravating his ankle in the Divisional Round against the Steelers. Fournette returned to the game last Sunday and ran 25 times for 109 yards and three touchdowns against Pittsburgh. He should remain the focal point of a run-heavy attack against New England this weekend, making Fournette a fine DFS pick. However, T.J. Yeldon may be sprinkled in more often on obvious passing downs to keep Fournetteread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,900
1/17:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (hand) and running backs Rex Burkhead (knee) and Mike Gillislee (knee) were all limited in practice Wednesday. Brady's hand injury is unlikely to be serious, and he'll be out there for the AFC title game against the Jaguars. Brady picked the Titans apart in the Divisional Round, but it may not be that easy against Jacksonville's strong secondary, even though Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger racked up the yardage last week against them. Burkhead is expected to be back this weekend afterread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $13,900
1/17:Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen (back) did not practice Wednesday. The seriousness of Thielen's lower back injury is unknown, but we'll probably have more updates coming. There's a chance the Vikes are just giving him some rest ahead of the NFC title game against the Eagles. Thielen disappointed in the touchdown category this year with just four scores, but he was a solid and consistent WR2 otherwise. He caught six passes for 74 yards in the Divisional Round win over the Saints and should be a pretty safe DFS play against a Philly secondary thatread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ PHI
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,400
1/17:New England Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell (knee) will not be activated off Injured Reserve, meaning he'll be inactive for the rest of the postseason, according to a source. Chronic knee problems kept Mitchell from playing all of the 2017 season. He has two years left on his rookie deal, but he's unlikely to be a big part of the offense next year if he's healthy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  vs. JAX
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $8,000
1/17:Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back Leonard Fournette (ankle) is expected to take part in practice Wednesday, according to a source. It's a good sign for his availability against the Patriots in the AFC Championship on Sunday. Fournette was also involved in a minor car accident Tuesday, but he was uninjured. He aggravated his ankle injury in the Divisional Round win and hobbled off to the locker room, but he returned in the second half, and his three touchdowns were a big reason why the Jags sprung the upset on the Steelers. Fournette will be a bigread more...
Next Matchup:   1/21  |  @ NE
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $14,900
1/17:The Chicago Bears are considering former Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing as their next quarterbacks coach. Texans quarterbacks coach Pat O'Hara is also under consideration for the job. Downing, 37, was Oakland's offensive coordinator in 2017 after spending the last two years as the QBs coach working with Derek Carr. Although Carr took a big step back this season, Downing is credited with Carr's rise the last several seasons, and he'd be tasked with improving second-year quarterback Mitch Trubisky in Chicago.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chicago Tribune -read more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence is likely to be franchise tagged by the team if the two sides are unable to come up with a long-term deal. The impending free agent recorded 14.5 sacks and forced four fumbles in 2017. After a slow start to his career, Lawrence flourished, grading as Pro Football Focus' third-ranked 4-3 defensive end. If tagged, Lawrence would earn about $17 million in 2018. It remains to be seen if the team will need to use the tag or if the two sides will agree to something longer, but it's almost certain that Lawrence will beread more...
1/17:The Miami Dolphins hired former Broncos assistant head coach/running backs Eric Studesville as their new running backs coach/run-game coordinator Wednesday. Studesville and head coach Adam Gase worked together with Denver under Josh McDaniels and John Fox. Studesville will get to work with promising runner Kenyan Drake and Damien Williams in 2018. Based on what Drake did in Williams' absence in 2017, Drake should be the lead ball carrier going into next season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Legwold
1/17:Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner is the "favorite" to be promoted to offensive coordinator, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Fichtner, 54, has been coaching with the Steelers since 2007 and has been the team's QBs coach the last eight years. He is said to be "very close" with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, which is obviously a huge deal after Big Ben and ousted offensive coordinator Todd Haley butted heads. The defense is Pittsburgh's bigger concern.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
1/17:Washington Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor will likely be on the market once again, and ESPN Browns reporter Pat McManamon believes that Pryor is a "fit" for Cleveland. Pryor left Cleveland last offseason, reportedly turning down the same deal the Browns gave receiver Kenny Britt (four years, $32.5 million), and joined the Redskins only to catch 20 balls for 240 yards and one touchdown before being sent to Injured Reserve in November. After the season, he replied to a Duke Johnson post on Instagram, saying he hoped to see him againread more...
Next Matchup:   1/01  |  
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $---
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