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  • Player News
    • Dante Pettis SF WR
      49ers' Dante Pettis: Stays hot in overtime win
      4m ago

      Pettis corralled all five of his targets, racking up 83 receiving yards during Sunday's 26-23 win against Seattle.

      The rookie wide receiver out of Washington has been spectacular of late, picking up at least 80 receiving yards or a touchdown in four consecutive outings (per-game averages of 4.3 catches, 84.5 receiving yards and one touchdown over that span). Pettis entered Sunday as questionable with a foot injury that landed him on this week's injury report, but there were no signs of the ailment whatsoever against the Seahawks, with three of his five receptions on the day going for 15 or more yards. Week 16's matchup has a potential to interrupt Pettis's red-hot streak of play, opposing a Bears defense that's only given up 12 wide receiver touchdowns on the season, tied for seventh-best in that category.

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    • Eli Rogers PIT WR
      Steelers' Eli Rogers: Active in season debut
      12m ago

      Rogers brought in all four of his targets for 20 yards in the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Patriots on Sunday.

      Just activated off the PUP list Saturday, the Steelers wasted no time getting Rogers involved. The third-year wideout hauled in a four-yard pass to move the chains on third down on Pittsburgh's first series, and he ended up making another grab in the drive. Rogers could play an important secondary receiver role over the final two games of the season and into the postseason, but he'll have competition for targets from rookie James Washington and Ryan Switzer.

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    • Tyler Lockett SEA WR
      Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Disappointing performance
      15m ago

      Lockett hauled in both targets for 45 yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the 49ers. He also rushed once for 11 yards.

      This is the third straight week Lockett has been kept below 53 yards and the second straight without a touchdown. The fourth-year pro lives off the deep ball as he has 15.4 yards per catch this season, ranking ninth among receivers with more than 40 receptions. That boom-or-bust mentality hinders Lockett's fantasy value if he doesn't find the end zone since he's averaging just 3.5 catches per game. Lockett will look to get back in the saddle in Week 16 versus the Chiefs, who have the league's worst pass defense.

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    • Jamie Collins CLE OLB
      Browns' Jamie Collins: Records sack in win
      15m ago

      Collins notched six solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.

      Collins' third sack of the year gives him his highest total in four seasons. His 92 tackles are also his highest mark since that same 2015 season in New England. The 28-year-old will try to break triple digits for just the second time in his career at home Week 16 against Cincinnati.

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    • Nick Mullens SF QB
      49ers' Nick Mullens: Gets back to .500 as starter
      17m ago

      Mullens completed 20 of 29 pass attempts for 275 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 26-23 win against Seattle.

      Mullens was unspectacular, but displayed workmanlike efficiency in leading San Francisco to three scoring drives during the second half and overtime, completing 9 of 14 attempts for 99 yards yards while helping the team chalk up nine points over that span -- good enough for a win in a game that resembled Harbaugh Era slug fests of 2011-2014. Coming out of Southern Mississippi having surpassed Brett Favre's school record in touchdown passes and passing yards, Mullens has jumped out to a 3-3 record over his first six starts (team was 1-7 to start the year). Week 16 is a nightmarish matchup for those who have been streaming Nick Mullens, as the 49ers host a Bears defense that's forced an NFL-high 34 takeaways this season.

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    • Josh Gordon NE WR
      Patriots' Josh Gordon: Production plummets in loss
      19m ago

      Gordon brought in one of two targets for 19 yards in the Patriots' 17-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      After several weeks of solid-to-excellent production, Gordon's numbers sunk to their lowest point since he joined the Patriots in late September. The 27-year-old reception, receiving yardage and target totals were all season worsts, as Gordon came up small at a critical time of season for fantasy owners. His quest to bounce back in Week 16 won't exactly be easy, considering he'll face a stingy Bills secondary.

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    • Nick Mullens SF QB
      49ers' Nick Mullens: Gets back to .500 as starter
      17m ago

      Mullens completed 20 of 29 pass attempts for 275 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 26-23 win against Seattle.

      Mullens was unspectacular, but displayed workmanlike efficiency in leading San Francisco to three scoring drives during the second half and overtime, completing 9 of 14 attempts for 99 yards yards while helping the team chalk up nine points over that span -- good enough for a win in a game that resembled Harbaugh Era slug fests of 2011-2014. Coming out of Southern Mississippi having surpassed Brett Favre's school record in touchdown passes and passing yards, Mullens has jumped out to a 3-3 record over his first six starts (team was 1-7 to start the year). Week 16 is a nightmarish matchup for those who have been streaming Nick Mullens, as the 49ers host a Bears defense that's forced an NFL-high 34 takeaways this season.

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    • Russell Wilson SEA QB
      Seahawks' Russell Wilson: Can't clinch playoffs
      1h ago

      Wilson completed 23 of 31 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's overtime loss to the 49ers.

      A win here and the Seahawks would lock up a playoff spot despite an 0-2 start to the season. Wilson tossed a touchdown to Doug Baldwin during the team's opening drive and threw another one to him at the end of the first half. The passing game slowed down in the second half as Wilson completed 11 of 15 for just 87 yards (5.8 YPA) while losing 20 yards on three sacks. Despite the struggles, the Seahawks had a chance for redemption in overtime but couldn't manage a first down, and the 49ers won with a field goal on the following drive. Wilson and the Seahawks will host Kansas City in Week 16 on Sunday Night Football.

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    • Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB
      Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Does enough for critical victory
      1h ago

      Roethlisberger completed 22 of 34 passes for 235 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Patriots on Sunday. He also lost three yards on two rushes.

      While the two interceptions were certainly a blemish, Roethlisberger made enough key plays to help the Steelers to the critical victory over a conference rival that had often bedeviled them in the past. Big Ben notably spread the ball around, connecting with eight different receivers. He found Vance McDonald and Antonio Brown for touchdowns of five and 17 yards in the first and second quarter, respectively, and just missed two others to McDonald and JuJu Smith-Schuster. The veteran gunslinger didn't enjoy the same downfield success he had in other games, as his 32-yard hook-up with James Washington served as Roethlisberger's his lowest game-long completion of the season. Roethlisberger did manage to extend his multi-touchdown streak to three games, and he'll look to continue it against the Saints in a Week 16 interconference showdown.

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    • Tom Brady NE QB
      Patriots' Tom Brady: Comes up short late in loss
      1h ago

      Brady completed 25 of 36 passes for 279 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Patriots' 17-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      Although his final line was certainly solid save for his one interception, Brady couldn't put together one of his trademark late-game comebacks against a Steelers defense that stiffened when it mattered most. The future Hall of Famer gave up the ball on downs on the Patriots' final drive, throwing three straight incompletions - a fourth was nullified by a New England penalty -- from Pittsburgh's 21-yard line. Prior to that series, Brady suffered an interception on an uncharacteristically careless throw off his back foot from the Steelers' 16-yard line and the Patriots down only four. Needless to say, the fourth-quarter stumbles were a rarity for Brady, and he'll look to bounce back in a divisional rematch against the stingy Bills secondary at home in Week 16.

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    • Jeff Driskel CIN QB
      Bengals' Jeff Driskel: Throws for 130 yards
      2h ago

      Driskel completed 14 of 33 pass attempts for 130 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 30-14 win over the Raiders. He also carried seven times for 32 yards.

      Driskel struggled to connect with his pass catchers, completing an uninspiring 42 percent of his pass attempts while averaging 3.9 yards per attempt. He didn't generate any plays longer than 30 yards, though he did manage to connect with Tyler Boyd for a seven-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Driskel has failed to top 175 passing yards in three of his four starts, posting five total touchdowns with three turnovers in that stretch. He shouldn't be relied on for fantasy production even in a favorable matchup with the Browns next Sunday.

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    • Derek Carr OAK QB
      Raiders' Derek Carr: Throws one touchdown pass
      2h ago

      Carr completed 21 of 38 pass attempts for 263 yards and one touchdown Sunday against the Bengals. He also lost a fumble in the 30-16 loss.

      Carr completed just 55 percent of his passes and averaged a lackluster 6.9 yards per attempt. He salvaged his day with a few big pays downfield and a one-yard touchdown pass to Lee Smith in the second quarter. Carr was coming off back-to-back games with at least 285 yards and multiple touchdowns, so it's a big disappointing he wasn't able to keep it rolling in a favorable matchup. He'll look to bounce back next Monday night against the Broncos.

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    • Sony Michel NE RB
      Patriots' Sony Michel: Non-descript production in defeat
      28m ago

      Michel rushed 13 times for 59 yards in the Patriots' 17-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      Michel's per-carry efficiency was perfectly adequate, but he simply didn't get enough opportunities to rack up strong enough numbers. The rookie's long run of the day was a modest 13 yards, and he was kept out of the end zone for the third straight game. Michel's complete lack of involvement in the passing game for the second straight week was also disappointing, and with backfield mate Rex Burkhead now healthy and serving as another adept receiver at the running back position, there doesn't seem to be any improvement in Michel's outlook in that department. The 23-year-old will look to at least up his rushing numbers versus the formidable challenge of the Bills defense in Week 16.

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    • Byron Marshall WAS RB
      Redskins' Byron Marshall: Gets one touch
      39m ago

      Marshall hauled in his lone target for a 17-yard gain and returned two kickoffs for 31 yards in Sunday's 16-13 win over the Jaguars.

      Marshall's role as the No. 3 running back was cemented Saturday when the Redskins released Kapri Bibbs. Barring another injury to Chris Thompson, there isn't much room for Marshall to get involved on offense over the final two weeks of the regular season.

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    • Chris Carson SEA RB
      Seahawks' Chris Carson: Best outing of season
      42m ago

      Carson rushed 22 times for 119 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's overtime loss to the 49ers. He also caught all six targets for 29 yards.

      Carson found the end zone for the fourth time in five games by punching in a one-yard score early in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 20. Without Rashaad Penny (knee) in the equation, Carson dominated the backfield while Mike Davis and J.D McKissic combined for just seven carries. The second-year pro capitalized on his opportunity and produced career bests with six catches and 148 scrimmage yards. Carson will look to keep the momentum rolling when the Seahawks host the Chiefs in Week 16.

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    • Jaylen Samuels PIT RB
      Steelers' Jaylen Samuels: Breaks out for stellar effort
      1h ago

      Samuels rushed 19 times for 142 yards and brought in both of his targets for 30 yards in the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Patriots on Sunday.

      Frequently bottled up in Week 14 by a Raiders run defense that was among the worst in the league coming in, Samuels played like a man unleashed Sunday. The rookie frequently found expansive running lanes against an over-matched Patriots front, and he particularly enjoyed success on counter plays that frequently seemed to catch New England defenders off balance. Samuels also appeared to run much more decisively than he had in his starting debut versus the Raiders, and his performance certainly has to give Steelers coaches confidence in his ability to fill for James Conner (ankle) in Week 16 against the Saints if necessary. Conner's outlook for that contest isn't likely to be known until late in the week, so owners of either player will have to monitor the situation frequently heading into the showdown against New Orleans.

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    • Jeff Wilson SF RB
      49ers' Jeff Wilson: Over 6.0 YPC in Week 15
      1h ago

      Wilson rushed for 46 yards on seven attempts during Sunday's 26-23 win against the Seahawks.

      From an undrafted free agent out of North Texas, to sixth-string running back at the start of training camp, Wilson's rookie campaign has reached it's apex as he prepares for what could be his second start of the season in Week 16 after Matt Breida (ankle) aggravated an injury toward the conclusion of Sunday's overtime win against Seattle. A slight-bodied back at 6-foot, 195 pounds, Wilson has been a pleasant surprise in averaging 4.4 yards per carry and 8.7 yards per touch in four appearances this year, but he's yet to get into the end zone, preventing him from attaining the RB2 upside that often comes as a byproduct of being a team's workhorse back (15-plus carries in Weeks 13 and 14). Wilson is a near-lock to hit 15 touches if Breida is in fact unable to suit up when the 49ers face Chicago's No. 2 rush defense in the penultimate week of the regular season (83.2 yards allowed per game).

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    • Matt Breida SF RB
      49ers' Matt Breida: Aggravates ankle
      1h ago

      Breida aggravated his ankle toward the end of Sunday's 26-23 overtime win over the Seahawks, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

      Breida played until the final few snaps of the game, finishing with 17 carries for 50 yards and five catches for 46 yards (on five targets). The 49ers held him out for a week the last time he aggravated his lingering ankle injury, allowing Jeff Wilson to pile up 23 carries for 90 yards in a 20-14 win over the Broncos in Week 14. While a cautious approach would make sense with the 49ers sitting at 4-10, the team has consistently been aggressive allowing Breida to play through injuries all season. Wilson would be primed for heavy usage if Breida ends up missing a Week 16 home game against the Bears.

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    • Dante Pettis SF WR
      49ers' Dante Pettis: Stays hot in overtime win
      4m ago

      Pettis corralled all five of his targets, racking up 83 receiving yards during Sunday's 26-23 win against Seattle.

      The rookie wide receiver out of Washington has been spectacular of late, picking up at least 80 receiving yards or a touchdown in four consecutive outings (per-game averages of 4.3 catches, 84.5 receiving yards and one touchdown over that span). Pettis entered Sunday as questionable with a foot injury that landed him on this week's injury report, but there were no signs of the ailment whatsoever against the Seahawks, with three of his five receptions on the day going for 15 or more yards. Week 16's matchup has a potential to interrupt Pettis's red-hot streak of play, opposing a Bears defense that's only given up 12 wide receiver touchdowns on the season, tied for seventh-best in that category.

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    • Eli Rogers PIT WR
      Steelers' Eli Rogers: Active in season debut
      12m ago

      Rogers brought in all four of his targets for 20 yards in the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Patriots on Sunday.

      Just activated off the PUP list Saturday, the Steelers wasted no time getting Rogers involved. The third-year wideout hauled in a four-yard pass to move the chains on third down on Pittsburgh's first series, and he ended up making another grab in the drive. Rogers could play an important secondary receiver role over the final two games of the season and into the postseason, but he'll have competition for targets from rookie James Washington and Ryan Switzer.

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    • Tyler Lockett SEA WR
      Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Disappointing performance
      15m ago

      Lockett hauled in both targets for 45 yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the 49ers. He also rushed once for 11 yards.

      This is the third straight week Lockett has been kept below 53 yards and the second straight without a touchdown. The fourth-year pro lives off the deep ball as he has 15.4 yards per catch this season, ranking ninth among receivers with more than 40 receptions. That boom-or-bust mentality hinders Lockett's fantasy value if he doesn't find the end zone since he's averaging just 3.5 catches per game. Lockett will look to get back in the saddle in Week 16 versus the Chiefs, who have the league's worst pass defense.

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    • Josh Gordon NE WR
      Patriots' Josh Gordon: Production plummets in loss
      19m ago

      Gordon brought in one of two targets for 19 yards in the Patriots' 17-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      After several weeks of solid-to-excellent production, Gordon's numbers sunk to their lowest point since he joined the Patriots in late September. The 27-year-old reception, receiving yardage and target totals were all season worsts, as Gordon came up small at a critical time of season for fantasy owners. His quest to bounce back in Week 16 won't exactly be easy, considering he'll face a stingy Bills secondary.

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    • Taywan Taylor TEN WR
      Titans' Taywan Taylor: Fails to deliver
      21m ago

      Taylor caught two his five targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 17-0 win over the Giants.

      Taylor finished second on the team with five targets, but failed to continue his two-game run of solid performances. The Titans' passing attack was dampened by rain, though his poor performance is reminiscent of letdowns earlier in the season. Due to his inconsistency -- he has five games with two or fewer catches -- Taylor is a deep-league option only.

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    • Doug Baldwin SEA WR
      Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Doubles down in paydirt
      32m ago

      Baldwin caught four of six targets for 77 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's overtime loss to the 49ers.

      Baldwin didn't look hampered after missing Week 14's game against the Vikings. He hauled in his first look of the day -- a five-yard touchdown pass in the back of the end zone to give the Seahawks an early lead. Later in the first half, the veteran wideout made a leaping grab in between three defenders and evaded them all for a 35-yard score to cut the 49ers' lead to one. Baldwin now has four touchdowns in the last four games he suited up, so fantasy owners who maintained faith through the lows received a generous reward.

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    • Rob Gronkowski NE TE
      Patriots' Rob Gronkowski: Can't replicate Week 14 success
      35m ago

      Gronkowski brought in two of five targets for 21 yards in the Patriots' 17-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      Gronk enjoyed a resurgence against the Dolphins last Sunday, but he was barely a blip on the radar against a team he'd frequently tormented in the past in the Steelers. The multi-time Pro Bowler didn't make his first grab until the 12:48 mark of the fourth quarter. Gronkowski was also targeted unsuccessfully on three different occasions late, and he ultimately posted less than 30 receiving yards for the second time in the last three games. He'll look to bounce back when the Patriots take on the Bills in a Week 16 divisional rematch.

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    • George Kittle SF TE
      49ers' George Kittle: Contained by Seahawks defense
      1h ago

      Kittle caught three of eight targets for 51 receiving yards during Sunday's 26-23 overtime win against Seattle.

      Kittle has blossomed in his second season out of Iowa, entering Sunday just 117 yards behind Travis Kelce for the league lead at the position. Seattle has excelled at defending tight ends all year -- ranking fourth-best in both catches and receiving yards allowed. That trend persisted in Week 15, as Kittle was contained to his second-lowest receiving output since Oct. 15, and his fewest number of receptions since Week 2. The fantasy playoff slate doesn't get any easier for those who have been leaning on Kittle's bountiful production all season, as San Francisco takes on Chicago's No. 3 scoring defense in Week 16 before closing out the year on the road against Seattle (both remaining opponents ranked top-10 in tight end receiving yards allowed entering Sunday).

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    • Jimmy Graham GB TE
      Packers' Jimmy Graham: Held to 32 yards in loss
      2h ago

      Graham caught three of five passes for 32 yards during Sunday's 24-17 loss to Chicago.

      Graham was lamenting his mediocre season just days ago. The realization didn't help as the pass-catching tight end was held to 50 yards or less for the sixth straight game, and he's failed to score in any of those contests. He was able to recreate some of the magic of earlier in his career at times this season, but Graham has slid down along with the Packers as a whole over the past month. Sunday brings a solid matchup against a so-so Jets pass defense, but -- given recent trends -- how much faith would you put in the Packers at this point?

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    • Blake Jarwin DAL TE
      Cowboys' Blake Jarwin: Leads team in receiving
      2h ago

      Jarwin caught four of seven targets for 45 yards during Sunday's 23-0 loss to the Colts.

      Jarwin tied for second on the team in targets and led the way in receiving yardage. He hadn't topped two catches or 25 yards in any game this season prior to last week, but he now has 11 catches for 101 yards combined over his last two outings. Jarwin will look to continue his recent success in a favorable matchup against the Buccaneers next Sunday.

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    • Adam Shaheen CHI TE
      Bears' Adam Shaheen: Helps lead team to win
      2h ago

      Shaheen caught two passes for 39 yards in the Bears' 24-17 victory over the Packers.

      With Chicago playing this one conservatively, Shaheen was just one of two Bears to catch a pass longer than 20 yards, and he was also second on the team in receiving yards. With just four targets over his last three games, he'll be a touchdown-dependent fantasy option down the stretch.

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    • C.J. Uzomah CIN TE
      Bengals' C.J. Uzomah: Gains 27 yards
      2h ago

      Uzomah caught one of five targets for 27 yards during Sunday's 30-14 win over the Raiders.

      Uzomah tied for the team lead in targets, but he struggled to get on the same page as quarterback Jeff Driskel. His 27 receiving yards were good enough for second among Bengals pass catchers, though that's more of a negative reflection on the current state of the team's offense. Uzomah has topped 40 receiving yards just once in the last eight games and is a middling fantasy option next Sunday even in a favorable matchup with the Browns.

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    • Ryan Succop TEN K
      Titans' Ryan Succop: Misses another attempt
      1h ago

      Succop went 1-for-2 on field-goal attempts and made both of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 17-0 win over the Giants.

      Succop missed a 48-yard field goal on the Titans' first offensive possession of the game, but did bounce back to knock through a 22-yard field goal to put the team up three scores late in the fourth quarter. He has stumbled of late, missing at least one kick in each of his past three games, though Sunday's miss could be at least partly blamed on poor weather conditions. On the positive side, Succop has now scored at least five points in four consecutive games.

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    • Cody Parkey CHI K
      Bears' Cody Parkey: Pefect in limited work
      2h ago

      Parkey connected on his only field-goal attempt while adding three extra points in Chicago's Week 15 victory over the Packers.

      Parkey's field goal was a 24-yard chip shot, giving him six points on the day. He's only had more than two field goals in a game once over his last 11 games, making him a low-ceiling lineup option.

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    • Jason Sanders MIA K
      Dolphins' Jason Sanders: Quiet in loss
      4h ago

      Sanders made his only field-goal attempt and converted both extra-point tries during Sunday's 41-17 loss to the Vikings.

      Sanders never had at a large workload Week 15, as the Dolphins found themselves down 21-0 midway through the second quarter with the game quickly heading into blowout territory. The rookie remains off the fantasy radar heading into a Week 16 matchup against the Jaguars, but will look to continue building upon what has been an impressive season. Sanders has not missed a kick in seven straight games.

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    • Kai Forbath JAC K
      Jaguars' Kai Forbath: Set to fill in Sunday
      9h ago

      Forbath will kick for the Jaguars on Sunday.

      Forbath gets the nod, with Josh Lambo inactive Sunday due to a groin injury. Forbath is thus an option for those scrambling for a Week 15 kicker, but he's a speculative fantasy option due to the state of Jacksonville's offense.

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    • Stephen Hauschka BUF K
      Bills' Stephen Hauschka: Avoids inactive list
      10h ago

      Hauschka (hip) is active Sunday against Detroit.

      Despite missing significant practice time this week due to a right hip injury, the Bills never signed a backup option for Hauschka, suggesting his Week 15 status was relatively safe. Nonetheless, there are likely higher-quality kicking options available for the fantasy postseason.

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    • Josh Lambo JAC K
      Jaguars' Josh Lambo: Inactive Sunday
      10h ago

      Lambo (groin) is inactive for Sunday's game against Washington.

      In his place, Kai Forbath will kick Sunday, but he'll be working behind a Jacksonville offense that ranks 30th in the league with an average of 16.3 points per game, making him a hit-or-miss fantasy option in Week 15.

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    • Jamie Collins CLE OLB
      Browns' Jamie Collins: Records sack in win
      15m ago

      Collins notched six solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.

      Collins' third sack of the year gives him his highest total in four seasons. His 92 tackles are also his highest mark since that same 2015 season in New England. The 28-year-old will try to break triple digits for just the second time in his career at home Week 16 against Cincinnati.

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    • Von Miller DEN OLB
      Broncos' Von Miller: Notches sack in sixth straight
      24m ago

      Miller recorded two solo tackles and a sack in Saturday's 17-16 loss to Cleveland.

      Miller now has a sack in eight of his last nine games and continues to demonstrate why he's one of the elite defensive players in the game. The 29-year-old's 14 total sacks on the year are the most he's had since 2014. He still has an outside shot at his career-high of 18 and will seek to keep chipping away at the mark Week 16 at Oakland.

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    • David Amerson ARI DB
      Cardinals' David Amerson: Evaluated for concussion
      39m ago

      Amerson suffered a possible concussion in Sunday's game against the Falcons, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

      Amerson recorded one solo tackle before his injury forced Brandon Williams to play cornerback for the first time all season, according to Urban. Dontae Johnson, Quinten Rollins and Leonard Johnson would be candidates to fill in if Amerson misses time.

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    • Bradley McDougald SEA SS
      Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Diagnosis revealed Sunday
      1h ago

      McDougald (knee) has patella tendonitis according to coach Pete Carroll, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

      It is a more specific diagnosis than anything previously reported, but it's apparently the same issue McDougald has been playing through for a while. He made one tackle before departing. With a tough matchup against the Chiefs on tap for Week 16 and the Seahawks fighting for a playoff spot, his health will be something to monitor.

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    • Brandon Copeland NYJ OLB
      Jets' Brandon Copeland: Adds to sack total
      1h ago

      Copeland had three tackles (one solo) and a sack in Saturday's loss to the Texans.

      Copeland now has a sack in back-to-back games as he posted his highest snap count (31) among Jets' outside linebackers Saturday. The 27-year-old still appears to be in rotational role and has 31 tackles and five sacks through 14 games.

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    • Ahkello Witherspoon SF CB
      49ers' Ahkello Witherspoon: Diagnosed with sprain
      1h ago

      Witherspoon has been diagnosed with a knee sprain and will have an MRI on Monday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

      It sounds like Witherspoon evaded major injury Sunday although further tests are needed to confirm the diagnosis. He was injured and departed before he could accumulate any stats against the Seahawks.

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