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1/13:Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards had a disappointing end to a fantastic rookie season. Edwards was limited to just 23 yards on eight carries in the AFC Wild Card playoff loss to the Chargers last week. He closed the regular season by rushing for 67 yards or more in each of his previous seven games, which included three 100-yard games. The undrafted 23-year-old finished the campaign (including the postseason) with 743 yards and two touchdowns on the ground for a robust 5.1 yards per carry average along with two receptions for 20 yards. While Edwards produced 10 or more fantasy points four times in standard league scoring, his fantasy value was hurt because he was not involved much in the Ravens' passing game and that may be an issue going forward. With the Rutgers product likely to share carries next year with Kenneth Dixon and his lack of involvement in the passing game, look for him to start next season as an RB3.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Reference
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1/13:Tampa Bay Buccaneers new head coach Bruce Arians is planning to lobby wide receiver DeSean Jackson to stick around. Jackson has struggled to get on the same page with quarterback Jameis Winston and asked for a trade in the middle of the season, so he clearly wants out of Tampa. However, D-Jax could have a place as a significant deep threat in Arians' offense next season. The 32-year-old is a boom-or-bust deep threat in standard-scoring leagues, but he still put up an impressive 18.9 yards per catch in 12 games in 2018. If Jackson returns, it'd be bad news for Chris Godwin.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/13:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who continues to battle through injuries, is expected to strongly consider retirement for the second straight offseason. People who are close to him believe this will be the year that he actually calls it quits. Gronk just hasn't looked like himself this year, so it wouldn't be much of a surprise to see him walk away from football. The 29-year-old is no longer a top-tier fantasy tight end and had only 47 catches for 682 yards and three touchdowns all season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/13:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (knee) is as healthy as he's been all year heading into Sunday's divisional round game against the Chargers, but he suffered an MCL sprain while going out for a pass against the Titans on Nov. 11. The bye in the first round of the playoffs helped Brady and he's good to go against LA. Perhaps the knee injury is what kept Brady from looking like his elite self late in the year, but the fact is he's not that attractive of a DFS pick against an underrated Chargers offense this weekend.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/13:The Denver Broncos are expected to be one of many teams interested in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, and rival general managers predict the Steelers will be able to get at least a second-round pick for him. The Jets, 49ers and Colts could be other teams looking to land Brown. Any team in the NFL would be happy to have one of the best receivers in the league on their team, but the question is are they willing to give up a high pick for the headaches that Brown could bring to the locker room? The 30-year-old has six straight 1,000-yard seasons and has scored double-digit touchdowns in four of the last five seasons. Wherever he's playing in 2019, he'll be a first-round fantasy selection.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/13:Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry (knee) is active for the divisional round against the Patriots on Sunday. Henry tore his ACL last spring and missed all of the 2018 regular season, so this will be his first game active. While he could be an option on third downs and in the red zone, Henry's snaps are likely to be limited, making him an extremely risky DFS play. His return also hurts the already low ceiling of veteran Antonio Gates.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Patriots.com
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1/12:Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron caught five of his nine targets for 51 receiving yards in a 13-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round. Ebron finished the contest tied for the most receptions on the Colts with teammate read more...
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1/12:Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton caught four of his 10 targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in a 13-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round. As the only pass catcher who escaped the Colts offense's brutal performance with aread more...
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1/12:Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck completed 19 of his 36 pass attempts for 203 yards and a touchdown in a 13-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round. He also added two carries for 17 yards on the ground. In a juicy matchup against a bottom-two passing defense from the regular season, the entire Colts offense was a virtual no show and was outscored in the game by their special teams unit. Luck's usual velocity and comfort in the pocket was disrupted by both the snowy weather and the Chiefs pass rush, which managed to sack him three times. While his fantasy owners might not be too happy about his lackluster performance in the NFL playoffs, Luck should remain the front runner for the Comeback Player of the Year Award and be recognized as one of the stronger options at the quarterback position in fantasy football.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
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1/12:The Baltimore Ravens top-ranked defense will almost certainly undergo significant cosmetic changes with five starters uncertain whether they will return in 2019. The five starters are outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, middle linebacker C.J. Mosley, safety Eric Weddle, cornerback Jimmy Smith, and defensive end Brent Urban. Weddle, who isread more...
1/12:Kansas City Chiefs running back Spencer Ware (hamstring) will work out prior to the divisional round game against the Colts on Saturday, but the hopes aren't high that he will be able to suit up, according to a source. That means that Damien Williams will once again be the main horse in this backfield with rookie Darrel Williams and Charcandrick West backing him up. Damien Williams was always the better DFS choice than Ware if he returned, but it looks like Williams will be safer for fantasy owners now.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
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1/12:The Dallas Cowboys are cautiously optimistic that both wide receiver Cole Beasley (ankle) and tight end Blake Jarwin (ankle) will be active for the divisional round against the Rams on Saturday, according to a source. Both players are listed as questionable despite not practicing at all this week. They have a solid chance to play, but neither player will likely be 100 percent and they should both be considered extremely shaky DFS plays against LA.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/12:Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins (foot), who is questionable for the divisional round against the Colts on Saturday, is expected to play, according to a source. Watkins hasn't played since Week 11, so expecting him to return and put up big numbers against Indy is foolish. Expect Watkins to split snaps with big-bodied wideout Kelvin Benjamin behind Tyreek Hill and Chris Conley.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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1/11:The Chicago Bears hired former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano as their defensive coordinator on Friday. Pagano did not coach at all in 2018 and is a bit of an uninspiring choice to run this already strong defensive unit, although Pagano has been a bright coaching mind in the league for a while. He'll have plenty to work with for a Chicago D that led the league in takeaways with 32, led by pass-rusher Khalil Mack. The Bears allowed the third fewest yards per game (299.7), were ranked seventh in passing yards allowed per game (219.7), allowed the fewest rushing yards per game (80.0) and also allowed the fewest points per game (17.7). They'll be one of the first defenses off the board in fantasy drafts this fall.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
1/11:The Cleveland Browns are working on a deal to hire former Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks as their next defensive coordinator, according to sources. The Browns have a strong nucleus to work with on that side of the ball, lead by cornerback Denzel Ward and defensive end Myles Garrett. Wilks ran successful defensive units in his time with the Panthers before becoming the lead man in the desert for one season. Cleveland's defense ranked 30th in yards allowed per game (393.0), 25th in passing yards allowed (257.8), 28th in rushing yards allowed (135.2) and 21st in points allowed per game (24.5) in 2018. On the bright side, they were second in the NFL with 31 total takeaways.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
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