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    • Justin Reid HOU SS
      Texans' Justin Reid: Becomes full-timer
      25m ago

      Reid has played 99.1 percent of the defensive snaps over the last five games.

      Reid has emerged as an every-down player for the Texans, taking advantage of injuries in the secondary to hasten his development. He's started six of 10 games, registering 52 tackles (42 solo) and three interceptions, including one he returned 101 yards for a touchdown in Week 11's win over Washington. The rookie third-round pick out of Stanford told Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle that he uses the draft-day snub as motivation. "It's definitely a chip on my shoulder, and I leave it there," Reid said. "I don't live in the past. I move forward to the future, but I feed off of my emotional energy. When 31 teams passed on me twice, it left a pretty big chip and I'm going to continue to leave it there." His level of play earned him a spot on Pro Football Focus' midseason All-Rookie team. Whether by motivation or opportunity, the younger brother of former NFL Pro Bowler Eric Reid is thriving as part of Houston's 8th-ranked pass defense.

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    • Ty Montgomery BAL RB
      Ravens' Ty Montgomery: Gains five yards in debut
      8h ago

      Montgomery picked up five yards on a lateral play during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Montgomery took the lateral inside the red zone late in the third quarter from rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, setting up Gus Edwards' game-tying touchdown run. It wasn't a spectacular debut and Montgomery certainly doesn't fit the Ravens' mold of big-bodied backs, but the play showed that Montgomery can add dimensions to a Jackson-led offense, like option plays, to go along with his receiving ability. Keep an eye on whether it's Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center Sunday against Oakland, a team ranked 25th in the league with 4.8 yards per opponent carry.

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    • Javorius Allen BAL RB
      Ravens' Javorius Allen: Held to two yards
      8h ago

      Allen carried the ball once for a two-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Allen can't blame his uneventful day on the insertion of a run-first quarterback and sudden emergence of rookie Gus Edwards, but they certainly didn't help. Allen now has just six carries since Week 6. He had kept his value up as a receiver, with 14 catches in his previous four games, but that worth might be diluted if Jackson continues to play in place of Joe Flacco (hip). Allen's value is probably low as a runner no matter what, but keep an eye on the quarterback situation to see if Allen is likely to see a couple of passes come his way. Sunday brings a Raiders defense ranked 17th in opponent passing yards at 245 per game.

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    • Chris Moore BAL WR
      Ravens' Chris Moore: Totals 22 yards
      8h ago

      Moore caught his lone target for a gain of 14 and added an eight-yard run during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Sunday, despite the change at quarterback, was more of the same for Moore, who has caught two or fewer passes in seven of his last eight games. In theory, if Lamar Jackson and a run-heavy attack continues in place of Joe Flacco (hip), Moore's susceptible to even less usage, but he's probably not worth turning to regardless, even against a mediocre Oakland pass defense Sunday.

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    • Mark Andrews BAL TE
      Ravens' Mark Andrews: Targeted once
      8h ago

      Andews caught his lone target for a 19-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Coming into Sunday, the rookie tight end had been targeted at least four times in three of his previous four games. That went away as Baltimore went run-heavy with fellow rookie Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Andrews is probably the member of the Ravens' deep tight-end corps most likely to produce in the passing game on any given week, but whether its Lamar Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) Sunday against the Raiders obviously impacts his potential opportunities and value. The situation is worth monitoring.

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    • Nick Boyle BAL TE
      Ravens' Nick Boyle: Comes down with four catches
      8h ago

      Boyle hauled in all four of his targets for a total of 36 yards during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Boyle was one of the few targets in Baltimore that benefited from Lamar Jackson's start as he nabbed a season-high four catches. Still, the fourth-year player wasn't able to turn those into big gains - no completion going for more than 16 yards. Boyle's level of production in the passing game sets a fairly low bar and, even if Jackson starts in Joe Flacco's (hip) stead again, he's unlikely to be able to capitalize on a solid matchup against a Raiders defense that has been mediocre against the pass this season.

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    • Brock Osweiler MIA QB
      Dolphins' Brock Osweiler: Returns to No. 2 role
      17h ago

      Osweiler is in line to serve as the Dolphins' backup quarterback Sunday against the Colts with coach Adam Gase naming Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) the Week 12 starter, Adam H. Beasley and Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald report.

      After missing the Dolphins' previous five games with an injury to his throwing shoulder, Tannehill cleared up any lingering concern about his health coming out of the team's Week 11 bye at Tuesday's practice. While Tannehill didn't display his usual game velocity on the throws, the report notes he showed good accuracy while incrementally increasing his throwing distance. Gase apparently agreed with that assessment, prompting him to turn the gig back over to Tannehill after Osweiler went 2-3 while completing 63 percent of his attempts for 1,212 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions during his run as starter. Unless Tannehill's shoulder acts up again over the Dolphins' final six contests of 2018, don't expect Osweiler to see any snaps outside of garbage time.

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    • Ryan Tannehill MIA QB
      Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill: Confirmed as Week 12 starter
      17h ago

      Coach Adam Gase confirmed after Tuesday's practice that Tannehill (shoulder) would start Sunday's game against the Colts, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

      Per Beasley, the Dolphins feel "good" about where Tannehill stands on the health front after the unspecified shoulder injury kept him out for the team's final five games prior to a Week 11 bye. Tannehill had previously increased his odds of playing Sunday by throwing last week without any reported complications and displayed no apparent limitations while completing passes from multiple distances during the media-access portion of Tuesday's practice. With Tannehill back in action this weekend, Brock Osweiler will return to the backup role after guiding Miami to a 2-3 record while completing 63 percent of his attempts for 1,212 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions during Tannehill's absence.

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    • Derek Anderson BUF QB
      Bills' Derek Anderson: Dons helmet for practice
      18h ago

      Anderson (concussion) was spotted with a helmet at Tuesday's practice, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. The quarterback still remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, however, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

      While Anderson still needs to receive clearance from an independent neurologist before being removed from the protocol, his presence on the field Tuesday at least suggests he's progressed to the point of participating in light football activity. Anderson previously hadn't been wearing his helmet at any of the Bills' practices since suffering the head injury Oct. 29 against the Patriots. It appears the veteran signal-caller will have a realistic shot at clearing the protocol prior to Sunday's game against the Jaguars, but he may have dropped from second to third in the pecking order at quarterback behind Matt Barkley, who shined in the Bills' Week 10 win over the Jets while both Anderson and No. 1 option Josh Allen (elbow) were sidelined.

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    • Ryan Tannehill MIA QB
      Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill: Looks normal at practice
      19h ago

      Tannehill (shoulder) appeared to be throwing without any pain at practice Tuesday, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.

      Earlier reports indicated Tannehill had ramped up to throwing passes from up to 50 yards out during the Dolphins' Week 11 bye. He made that evident to the media Tuesday, completing throws from various distances without any noticeable discomfort. Coach Adam Gase may provide further insight following the session regarding Tannehill's health and chances of suiting up Sunday against the Colts. In a matchup that could have significant AFC wild-card implications, the Miami offense would like having its top quarterback under center after he missed each of last five games. Brock Osweiler has led the team to a 2-3 record in his absence and will likely get the call again in Week 12 if Tannehill isn't cleared to return.

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    • Mitchell Trubisky CHI QB
      Bears' Mitchell Trubisky: Set to miss practice Tuesday
      19h ago

      Coach Matt Nagy said he doesn't expect Trubisky (shoulder) to practice Tuesday but is "cautiously optimistic" the quarterback will be able to start Thursday's game against the Lions, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. "I can't make any promises. I hope [Trubisky plays Thursday] but it's a day-to-day thing for us," Nagy said. "He wants to play, I know that. We've gotta make sure in these situations we're doing the right thing."

      Though Trubisky didn't miss out on any snaps during the Bears' Week 11 win over the Vikings, Nagy confirmed the signal caller was hurting after taking a late hit to his throwing shoulder from safety Harrison Smith in the fourth quarter, per Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site. According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com, Nagy relayed the team is confident Trubisky's shoulder injury isn't a long-term concern and won't necessitate surgery, but contending with the issue with a short turnaround between games is a less-than-ideal scenario for the 24-year-old. The Bears will presumably see how Trubisky is feeling after Wednesday's practice before rendering a verdict on his availability for Thanksgiving Day.

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    • Mitchell Trubisky CHI QB
      Bears' Mitchell Trubisky: On track for Thanksgiving Day game
      20h ago

      The Bears are optimistic that Trubisky (shoulder) will be available for Thursday's game against the Lions, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Trubisky was labeled a non-participant on the Bears' estimated practice report Monday due to the right shoulder injury, which he likely picked up in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Vikings. The second-year signal-caller wasn't forced to miss any action due to the issue and finished with 165 passing yards and a touchdown to go with 43 yards on the ground. It's possible the Bears are just managing Trubisky's reps carefully due to the quick turnaround between games, but he'll still probably need to practice in some capacity Tuesday or Wednesday to avoid an injury designation heading into Thanksgiving Day. Chase Daniel would receive his first NFL start since 2014 in the event Trubisky can't play this week.

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    • Ty Montgomery BAL RB
      Ravens' Ty Montgomery: Gains five yards in debut
      8h ago

      Montgomery picked up five yards on a lateral play during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Montgomery took the lateral inside the red zone late in the third quarter from rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, setting up Gus Edwards' game-tying touchdown run. It wasn't a spectacular debut and Montgomery certainly doesn't fit the Ravens' mold of big-bodied backs, but the play showed that Montgomery can add dimensions to a Jackson-led offense, like option plays, to go along with his receiving ability. Keep an eye on whether it's Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center Sunday against Oakland, a team ranked 25th in the league with 4.8 yards per opponent carry.

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    • Javorius Allen BAL RB
      Ravens' Javorius Allen: Held to two yards
      8h ago

      Allen carried the ball once for a two-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Allen can't blame his uneventful day on the insertion of a run-first quarterback and sudden emergence of rookie Gus Edwards, but they certainly didn't help. Allen now has just six carries since Week 6. He had kept his value up as a receiver, with 14 catches in his previous four games, but that worth might be diluted if Jackson continues to play in place of Joe Flacco (hip). Allen's value is probably low as a runner no matter what, but keep an eye on the quarterback situation to see if Allen is likely to see a couple of passes come his way. Sunday brings a Raiders defense ranked 17th in opponent passing yards at 245 per game.

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    • Troymaine Pope SEA RB
      Troymaine Pope: Released from practice sqaud
      8h ago

      Pope was released from the Seahawks' practice squad Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

      Pope joined the team's practice squad in early November as he had previous stints with the team, but the running back depth is apparently no longer needed with J.D. McKissic (foot) nearing a return. The Jacksonville State product hasn't seen game action since 2016 with the Jets and Seahawks.

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    • Jonathan Williams IND RB
      Colts' Jonathan Williams: Promoted to active roster
      9h ago

      Williams was elevated to the Colts' 53-man roster from the practice squad.

      Williams joined the Colts' practice squad in early October after being waived by the Saints after three games. The 24-year-old should serve as a depth back with Marlon Mack, Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins all currently healthy.

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    • Samaje Perine WAS RB
      Redskins' Samaje Perine: Limited Tuesday
      12h ago

      Perine (calf) was listed as a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.

      Perine missed Sunday's game against the Texans and was listed as a non-participant Monday's estimated injury report. His return to practice on a limited basis is encouraging, but because the Redskins play on Thursday, he might not be fully ready in time for Week 12.

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    • Spencer Ware KC RB
      Chiefs' Spencer Ware: Rarely plays in Week 11
      12h ago

      Ware saw the field for just 11 offensive snaps (15 percent) Monday against the Rams and didn't record a stat.

      Just a week after he scored his first touchdown of the season, Ware was basically invisible Monday night. Ware has yet to see more than 24 offensive snaps this season and there's no reason to believe that will rise much as long as starting running back Kareem Hunt remains healthy.

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    • Chris Moore BAL WR
      Ravens' Chris Moore: Totals 22 yards
      8h ago

      Moore caught his lone target for a gain of 14 and added an eight-yard run during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Sunday, despite the change at quarterback, was more of the same for Moore, who has caught two or fewer passes in seven of his last eight games. In theory, if Lamar Jackson and a run-heavy attack continues in place of Joe Flacco (hip), Moore's susceptible to even less usage, but he's probably not worth turning to regardless, even against a mediocre Oakland pass defense Sunday.

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    • John Brown BAL WR
      Ravens' John Brown: Targeted once against Cincinnati
      8h ago

      Brown gained 23 yards on his single target and did not gain any yardage on his lone carry during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Entering Sunday, Brown had been targeted at least six times in seven of his previous eight games. That went out the window with rookie Lamar Jackson and a run-first approach against the Bengals. It's seldom a good idea to read too much into one game, but Brown's worth Sunday against the Raiders will likely depend heavily on whether it's Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center. If it's Flacco with, presumably, a more pass-heavy attack, the speedy Brown has a great matchup against a Raiders defense dead last in the league in yards per reception at 14.0.

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    • Michael Crabtree BAL WR
      Ravens' Michael Crabtree: Limited to one catch
      8h ago

      Crabtree converted his three targets into a single, seven-yard catch during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Lamar Jackson's start brought a lot of excitement to Baltimore, but there's at least one person hoping Joe Flacco (hip) gets better soon. Crabtree was targeted fewer than six times for the first time this season. It's hard to read too much into one game, but the Ravens' run-first approach with Jackson under center and the rookie's apparent rapport with Willie Snead should be noted before placing Crabtree in your lineup. His value depends heavily on who starts Sunday against Oakland, a pass defense that has been so-so this season with 245 yards surrendered per game

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    • Bruce Ellington DET WR
      Lions' Bruce Ellington: Limited again Tuesday
      9h ago

      Ellington (back) was a limited practice participant Tuesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

      Ellington apparently suffered the injury in Sunday's win over the Panthers and has been limited at both practices this week. Unless the 27-year-old is able to put in full practice session Wednesday, he seems likely to wear the questionable tag for Thursday's game against the Bears on a short week of preparation.

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    • Rashard Davis OAK WR
      Rashard Davis: Let go from practice squad
      11h ago

      The Raiders released Davis from their practice squad Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

      Davis joined Oakland's practice squad just a week prior to being cut. The 22-year-old -- who has yet to appear in an NFL game -- will look for another opportunity in the NFL.

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    • Jalen Tolliver ARI WR
      Cardinals' Jalen Tolliver: Promoted to active roster
      11h ago

      The Cardinals promoted Tolliver from the practice squad to the active roster, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

      Tolliver signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in May, and now will get his first shot on an NFL roster. His playing time is likely to be scarce, however, as he's buried on the depth chart.

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    • Mark Andrews BAL TE
      Ravens' Mark Andrews: Targeted once
      8h ago

      Andews caught his lone target for a 19-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.

      Coming into Sunday, the rookie tight end had been targeted at least four times in three of his previous four games. That went away as Baltimore went run-heavy with fellow rookie Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Andrews is probably the member of the Ravens' deep tight-end corps most likely to produce in the passing game on any given week, but whether its Lamar Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) Sunday against the Raiders obviously impacts his potential opportunities and value. The situation is worth monitoring.

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    • Nick Boyle BAL TE
      Ravens' Nick Boyle: Comes down with four catches
      8h ago

      Boyle hauled in all four of his targets for a total of 36 yards during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.

      Boyle was one of the few targets in Baltimore that benefited from Lamar Jackson's start as he nabbed a season-high four catches. Still, the fourth-year player wasn't able to turn those into big gains - no completion going for more than 16 yards. Boyle's level of production in the passing game sets a fairly low bar and, even if Jackson starts in Joe Flacco's (hip) stead again, he's unlikely to be able to capitalize on a solid matchup against a Raiders defense that has been mediocre against the pass this season.

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    • Ryan Malleck PIT TE
      Ryan Malleck: Waived off IR
      8h ago

      Malleck (undisclosed) was waived off injured reserve by the Broncos on Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

      Malleck landed on injured reserve with the undisclosed injury in early August, and it remains unclear whether he is still ailed by the injury. The 25-year-old has struggled to stick on a roster since going undrafted in 2015 but will look to latch on elsewhere.

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    • Michael Roberts DET TE
      Lions' Michael Roberts: Remains limited at practice
      9h ago

      Roberts (shoulder) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

      Roberts has taken a step forward after missing Sunday's game against the Panthers and not practicing last week, but he shoulder issue continues to linger. Wednesday's practice participation should provide a better idea of how the 24-year-old's shoulder is recovering ahead of Thursday's game against the Bears.

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    • Adam Shaheen CHI TE
      Bears' Adam Shaheen: No practice Tuesday
      12h ago

      Shaheen is under the league's concussion protocol and sat out Tuesday's practice.

      Shaheen suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter of Sunday's matchup with the Vikings. The tight end will need to clear the league's concussion protocol before he's eligible to play, though with the Bears set to face off with the Lions on Thursday, that seems like a long shot. Ben Braunecker will likely see an increased workload if Shaheen is inactive.

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    • Demetrius Harris KC TE
      Chiefs' Demetrius Harris: Minimal impact in Week 11
      12h ago

      Harris snared just one of his two targets for three yards Monday against the Rams.

      Harris was on the field for 54 percent of the team's offensive snaps Monday, but he remains well down the pecking order for targets. There's no reason to believe that will change in the coming weeks as long as Travis Kelce remains healthy.

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    • Zane Gonzalez CLE K
      Zane Gonzalez: Signs with Arizona's practice squad
      11h ago

      The Cardinals signed Gonzalez to their practice squad Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

      Gonzalez was added to Arizona's practice squad in order to provide depth for Phil Dawson (hip), who missed Sunday's contest against the Raiders. The second-year kicker was cut by the Browns in September after repeated struggles.

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    • Aldrick Rosas NYG K
      Giants' Aldrick Rosas: Scores eight points
      13h ago

      Rosas made his only field goal as well as all five of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 38-35 win over the Buccaneers.

      Rosas converted from 52 yards on his lone field-goal attempt. Thanks to that effort, he's still missed just one of 21 field-goal opportunities this season, and remains a perfect 17-for-17 on extra points. That's allowed the second-year pro to post a respectable 77 points through 10 contests.

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    • Harrison Butker KC K
      Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Misses XP in loss
      19h ago

      Butker made his only field-goal attempt from 21 yards and made six of his seven extra-point attempts Monday against the Rams.

      Butker was busy all night in a game that featured one of the highest scores in NFL history. The Georgia Tech product will likely be a top fantasy option playing for one of the best offenses in the league after the Chiefs return from bye in Week 13.

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    • Brandon McManus DEN K
      Broncos' Brandon McManus: Delivers game-winner
      19h ago

      McManus hit both of his extra-point attempts and a 34-yard field goal during Sunday's 23-22 win over the Chargers.

      After missing attempts of more than 50 yards right before halftime and to end the game against Houston in Week 9, McManus buried a 34-yarder to give the Broncos the last-second win. The Temple product is a perfect 24-for-24 on extra-point attempts, and 12-for-12 on field goals of less than 50 yards this season.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Turns in another strong showing
      21h ago

      Zuerlein hit both his field-goal attempts and six of seven extra-point kicks during Monday's 54-51 win over Kansas City.

      The veteran kicker is putting up fantasy points like clockwork, as he's now connected on 12 of 13 field-goal attempts and 17 of 18 extra-point kicks through five games since returning from a groin injury in Week 7. Zuerlein is positioned to finish the season strong and should be considered a high-end option following Los Angeles' Week 12 bye.

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    • Mike Badgley LAC K
      Chargers' Michael Badgley: Missed extra point proves critical
      2d ago

      Badgley made one of his two extra-point attempts and knocked in all three of his field-goal attempts Sunday during the 23-22 loss to the Broncos.

      Badgley's lone extra point miss was critical given the scoreline, but it's worth pointing out that's Badgley's first miss of any kind this season. The rookie kicker replaced Caleb Sturgis as the starter in Week 10 and remains a solid fantasy option given his place in an excellent Chargers offensive attack.

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    • Justin Reid HOU SS
      Texans' Justin Reid: Becomes full-timer
      25m ago

      Reid has played 99.1 percent of the defensive snaps over the last five games.

      Reid has emerged as an every-down player for the Texans, taking advantage of injuries in the secondary to hasten his development. He's started six of 10 games, registering 52 tackles (42 solo) and three interceptions, including one he returned 101 yards for a touchdown in Week 11's win over Washington. The rookie third-round pick out of Stanford told Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle that he uses the draft-day snub as motivation. "It's definitely a chip on my shoulder, and I leave it there," Reid said. "I don't live in the past. I move forward to the future, but I feed off of my emotional energy. When 31 teams passed on me twice, it left a pretty big chip and I'm going to continue to leave it there." His level of play earned him a spot on Pro Football Focus' midseason All-Rookie team. Whether by motivation or opportunity, the younger brother of former NFL Pro Bowler Eric Reid is thriving as part of Houston's 8th-ranked pass defense.

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    • Darian Thompson DAL DB
      Cowboys' Darian Thompson: Rejoins Cowboys
      8h ago

      Thompson signed a contract with the Cowboys on Tuesday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

      Thompson was released Saturday so the team could sign Christian Ringo to bolster their depth at defensive tackle, and he is rejoining the team with Ringo now waived. Thompson first joined the Cowboys in early October and has played only one defensive snap while with the team.

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    • Justin Houston KC OLB
      Chiefs' Justin Houston: Records strip-sack
      9h ago

      Houston had four tackles (all solo), a sack and a forced fumble in Monday's 54-51 loss to the Rams.

      Houston jarred the ball loose from Rams quarterback Jared Goff in the fourth quarter, and teammate Allen Bailey then returned the fumble for a touchdown, though it still wasn't enough to stem the explosion of offenses. Houston has shown to still have playmaking abilities -- he has four sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception in seven games -- but his low tackle total of 16 makes him difficult to rely upon for IDP purposes.

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    • Lamarcus Joyner LAR FS
      Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Grabs first interception
      9h ago

      Joyner had seven tackles (five solo) and an interception in Mondays 54-51 win over the Chiefs.

      Joyner's first interception of the season came in one of the best games of the year, as the Rams were able to force five turnovers from Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Joyner heads into the bye week with 56 tackles (38 solo), one sack and one interception through 11 games.

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    • Vic Beasley ATL DE
      Falcons' Vic Beasley: Turns back clock to 2016
      10h ago

      Beasley collected two sacks and three combined tackles during Sunday's 22-19 loss to the Cowboys.

      Following a six-game drought, Beasley got back in the sack column Sunday by dragging Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott to the ground twice for a total of minus-17 yards. Prior to his Week 11 breakout, Beasley had averaged one sack every 3.83 games since the start of the 2017 season. This after averaging nearly one sack per game (15.5 in 16 appearances) and being named a First-Team All-Pro in 2016. Atlanta desperately hopes to get the best out of Beasley and this Falcons pass rush Thursday night, going up against a No. 1 scoring Saints offense that's allowed an NFL-low nine sacks this year.

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    • Marcus Davenport NO DE
      Saints' Marcus Davenport: Limited Tuesday
      11h ago

      Davenport (toe) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice.

      Davenport has missed New Orleans' last thee games with a toe injury, but his return to practice is encouraging for his status on Thursday. We should know more about his availability on Wednesday, though if he's unable to suit up, Trey Hendrickson should see an increased workload behind Alex Okafor and Cameron Jordan.

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