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    How will Tom Brady hold up against the Broncos' fierce pass rush, led by Von Miller? Alex Smith and the Chiefs have won four straight and are back in the playoff hunt. Can KC stay hot?
    Tom Brady is 2-5 in games at Denver and the Patriots' offense is running low on offensive weapons. Can they keep the streak going? Three teams that look playoff worthy? The Seahawks, Texans and ... Bucs.
    Aqib Talib has a plan to stop Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, but it involves triple-teaming a player that has scored five touchdowns in five games against the Broncos.
    Can Big Ben and the Steelers keep pace with the division-leading Bengals? They'll have to get past the Seahawks -- in Seattle. Will Brock Osweiler give the Broncos a fighting chance against the 10-0 Patriots?
    Johnny Manziel's tenure as the Browns' starting quarterback lasted about a week.
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  • Carolina Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    11/26/15WRCorey BrownSHOULDERQUESTIONABLEBrown (shoulder) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Cowboys.

    With Brown still sidelined, the Panthers' Week 12 wideout corps is in line to be headed by Devin Funchess, Ted Ginn and Jerricho Cotchery.

    (Updated 11/26/2015)
    11/26/15DTDwan EdwardsANKLEPROBABLE
    11/26/15WRTed Ginn Jr.KNEEPROBABLE
    11/26/15CJ.J. JansenHEADPROBABLE
    11/26/15GAndrew NorwellHAMSTRINGPROBABLE
    11/26/15CBCharles TillmanKNEEDOUBTFULTillman (knee) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Redskins.

    With Tillman on the shelf after missing two days of practice this week, look for Bene Benwikere to draw the start at cornerback opposite Josh Norman. This may leave the door open for Kirk Cousins and the Washington offense to target the second-year player in the passing attack.

    (Updated 11/22/2015)
    New Orleans Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    11/29/15LBStephone AnthonyLEGPROBABLEAnthony had 11 tackles (six solo) in Sunday's win against the Giants.

    It was the first time in his career that Anthony racked up double-digit tackles, though most of them were assisted. Despite the shootout nature of Sunday's high-scoring affair, Anthony continues to be a dependable IDP option at the heart of the Saints' defense.

    (Updated 11/02/2015)
    11/29/15TTerron ArmsteadKNEEPROBABLE
    11/29/15LBDannell EllerbeHIPOUTEllerbe (hip) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

    Ramon Humber and Hau'oli Kikaha will likely flank Stephone Anthony, who is easily the team's strongest IDP option at linebacker. Kikaha does have four sacks and three forced fumbles, but he's averaging just over four tackles per game. Once healthy, Ellerbe could perhaps re-enter the IDP conversation, though it seems more likely he'll have a part-time role.

    (Updated 11/27/2015)
    11/29/15LBDavid HawthorneTHIGHOUTHawthorne did not record a tackle in Thursday's game against the Falcons.

    With the return of Dannell Ellerbe to the Saints' lineup, Hawthorne's playing time has dwindled, as he played only three snaps against the Falcons, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. So long as Ellerbe is healthy, Hawthorne is not worth owning in IDP leagues.

    (Updated 10/19/2015)
    11/29/15LBRamon HumberHAMSTRINGPROBABLEHumber (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

    Humber used the bye week to get healthy, and while he may draw the start at weak-side linebacker, he's unlikely to have an every-down role. Stephone Anthony is the preferred IDP choice among New Orleans linebackers.

    (Updated 11/27/2015)
    11/29/15RBMark IngramSHOULDERPROBABLEIngram (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

    Although Ingram has been limited at practice, there's been nothing to suggest that his injury is serious. He'll likely handle his usual workload in a matchup with an improved Houston defense.

    (Updated 11/27/2015)
    11/29/15LBHau'oli KikahaANKLEPROBABLEKikaha (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Washington.

    Kikaha only missed one game with the ankle injury and is expected to be available for a full workload against the Skins.

    (Updated 11/15/2015)
    11/29/15WRWillie SneadKNEEPROBABLESnead did not have a catch in Sunday's loss at Washington.

    Snead, who was dealing with a sore knee, missed most of the week's practices leading up to Sunday, and he played only 38 of the Saints' 57 offensive snaps (67 percent), his fewest since Week 1, according to the . As such, it is not unreasonable to infer that Snead was limited by his injury, which might explain his Week 10 dud. Although Brandin Cooks continues to re-emerge as Drew Brees' top target, Snead's role as the Saints' No. 2 receiver is secure. Snead will have a chance to heal up during the Saints' Week 11 bye, and a favorable matchup against Houston awaits in Week 12.

    (Updated 11/16/2015)
    11/29/15CBDamian SwannCONCUSSIONOUTRookie cornerback Damian Swann has signed a four-year deal with the Saints, per the Baltimore Sun. It's worth $2.464 million.
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