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1 year agoNew England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (ankle), rookie running back Sony Michel (knee) and wide receivers Chris Hogan (thigh) and Josh Gordon (hamstring) were all limited in practice on Wednesday. All four should be fine to suit up on Sunday night in a showdown against the Chiefs. Against a KC pass defense that has struggled for most of the season, this game has plenty of shootout potential. Gronk remains an elite TE1, while Michel has RB1 upside as the main back next to James White. Hogan has been an extreme disappointment with only 11 catches on 19 targets for 143 yards in five games this year, although he does have two touchdowns. If there was a game for him to break out, this would be it, although Julian Edelman's presence lowers his ceiling for the rest of the year. Gordon has played in two straight games but still has a somewhat limited role despite scoring his first TD on a jump ball last Thursday. Gordon is a boom/bust WR3.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: The Boston Globe - Jim McBride

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