|Acquired||One Tough Mama||Tavarres King WR NYG||Sun Nov 19 11:07am ET|
|Released||One Tough Mama||Charcandrick West RB KAN||Sun Nov 19 11:07am ET|
|Acquired||One Tough Mama||Dontrelle Inman WR CHI||Sun Nov 19 11:06am ET|
|Released||One Tough Mama||A.J. Derby TE DEN||Sun Nov 19 11:06am ET|
|Acquired||Kareem Mike Hunt||Seth DeValve TE CLE||Fri Nov 17 3:02pm ET|
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Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls and strong safety Kam Chancellor (neck) are ruled out for Week 11 against the Falcons on Monday night. Rawls is a surprise healthy inactive now that Eddie Lacy (groin) is back in action, and it reminds fantasy owners that there is little fantasy value left for Rawls. Lacy should lead this backfield in touches but is more of an RB3/flex behind Seattle's shaky offensive line. Chancellor's absence along with cornerback Richard Sherman's (Achilles) season-ending injury is a big blow to Seattle's secondary, although they will get free safety Earl Thomas (hamstring) back. Seattle's weakened secondary makes Matt Ryan's outlook less bleak on the road in Seattle.
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed missed practice Monday with the hamstring issue he has been dealing with for the last two weeks. With a game on tap for Thursday night, there's no particular reason to be optimistic that Reed will be ready, but we'll continue to monitor his status. Vernon Davis would again be a TE1 streamer against the Giants if Reed misses.
Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Duane Brown (ankle) is active for Monday night against the Falcons. It's a big upgrade to Seattle's offensive line and the protection of quarterback Russell Wilson, but it won't likely be enough to solve the Seahawks' offensive line issues as a whole for the running game. Wilson remains a high-end QB1 for the matchup against Atlanta, but it's extremely hard to trust Eddie Lacy as a fantasy starter out of the backfield, even with Thomas Rawls a healthy scratch.
Updating previous reports Washington Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor has been placed on injured reserve, ending his season. It puts a bow on what has been an incredibly disappointing year for the converted QB.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was one of the only bright spots in what was a dim Week 11 for the Chiefs. Kelce caught 8-of-14 targets for 109 yards, but didn't find the end zone in the 12-9 loss to the New York Giants. Not surprising Kelce had a good game as the Giants are one of the worst teams at covering tight ends this season. Kelce continues to be the best option for the Chiefs offense each and every week. He'll be an elite TE1 against the Buffalo Bills in Week 12.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was one of the few reliable players on the Chiefs offense in Week 11. He caught a perfect 7-of-7 targets for 68 yards in the 12-9 loss to the New York Giants. He was mainly targeted on screens and short passes. The Chiefs weren't able to get that "big-play" with Hill against the Giants. Hill continues to be a boom-or-bust WR2, but is headed into a good matchup. The Buffalo Bills have a struggling defense and Hill should be able to capitalize on that.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith had his worst game of the season in the 12-9 loss to the New York Giants in Week 11. Smith completed 27-of-49 passes for 230 yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. It was a favorable matchup for Smith especially coming out of a bye week. Smith is beginning to become a boom-or-bust type of player. He should be in for a bounce back game in Week 12 against a struggling Buffalo Bills defense.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was once again slowed down after his red-hot start to begin the season. Hunt rushed 18 times for 73 yards and failed to find the end zone in the 12-9 loss to the New York Giants in Week 11. Hunt hasn't found the end zone since Week 3, and it's beginning to become a problem. Head coach Andy Reid needs to find ways to get Hunt the ball. He'll be in line for a good game against a shaky Buffalo Bills defense in Week 12.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Sammy Watkins was held to under 40 yards for the fifth time this season in the 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. He caught three-of-four targets for 36 yards and failed to find the end zone. Watkins caught a touchdown each of the last two weeks which salvaged his fantasy day. Xavier Rhodes slowed down Watkins and most corners have done a great job of that this season. It won't get any easier as Watkins heads into a game against a tough Saints secondary in Week 12.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp had a decent fantasy day, but his real-life game was disappointing. Kupp caught six-of-seven targets for 64 yards and zero touchdowns in the 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Kupp lost a fumble at the Vikings two-yard line when the game was still tied 7-7 in the first half. He also dropped a 3rd-and-10 pass that would've put the Rams in the red zone. He's a WR3 against the Saints in Week 12, but his lack of efficiency may lead to less targets.
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley didn't have much running room in the 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. He rushed 15 times for 37 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's defeat. He added three receptions for 19 yards on four targets. Gurley scored the touchdown on the opening drive, and basically never saw the red zone again. He was still able to put together a decent fantasy day despite little running room. He'll head into another tough game against the Saints in Week 12.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods continued his impressive stretch of play on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Woods caught 8-of-11 targets for 81 yards and zero touchdowns in the 24-7 loss to Minnesota. The 11 targets lead the Rams team, but he came back down to Earth after having two monstrous games the two weeks prior. Woods left the game in the fourth quarter with a shoulder issue, and the team believes it's not too serious. The team will run some tests and have a better idea when they head to the practice field on Wednesday. If healthy Woods is a WR2 against the Saints in Week 12.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (shoulder) is not dealing with structural damage, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. Woods went down in the fourth quarter against the Vikings, but his shoulder issue is not considered serious and he could potentially play through it without missing time. There should be more clarity on Woods when the Rams return to practice Wednesday, but it looks like a bullet was dodged for fantasy owners.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Erik Swoope (knee) participated in practice on Monday and is on track to suit up for the team's Week 12 matchup with the Tennessee Titans, per Zak Keefer of the Indy Star. Swoope won't make much of a fantasy impact out the gate, as he will still operate in sub-packages behind No. 1 tight end Jack Doyle. However, quarterback Jacoby Brissett will ultimately benefit from Swoope's vertical playmaking ability as he reingratiates himself with the offense. He isn't worth rostering for 2017.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff came back down to Earth in the Week 11 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Goff was on fire in his last two games heading into Week 11, but the Vikes kept him grounded. Goff completed 23 of 37 passes for 225 yards with zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. It was a quiet game for Goff, who failed to throw a passing touchdown for the first time since Week 5. He would've had a passing touchdown, but wide receiver Cooper Kupp fumbled it at the two-yard line. Goff will be in line for another tough game against the New Orleans Saints in Week 12.
New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard (illness) and running back Orleans Darkwa (hamstring) were both limited in practice Monday. Shepard was a surprise inactive in Week 11 due to migraines, and there is no guarantee he'll be ready on a short week against Washington this Thursday. If he does return, though, Shepard is a must-start in a great matchup. If he doesn't play, Tavarres King and Roger Lewis will continue to help fill in, although neither is more than a WR4/5 option in deeper leagues. Darkwa has had at least 70 yards and 14 carries in each of the last three games and has been a productive RB2 for fantasy owners. Keep track of his practice status the rest of his week, but he should be good to go, barring a setback.
The Arizona Cardinals released running back Andre Ellington on Monday after he was a surprise healthy inactive in Week 11 against the Texans. D.J. Foster, who was active in Ellington's place Sunday, will take over Ellington's role as the backup to lead back Adrian Peterson. Foster had only two catches for 26 yards on nine offensive snaps in Week 11, so he's not a notable fantasy asset unless Peterson is injured.
Updating a previous report, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee) did not suffer damage to his ACL after undergoing an MRI exam, according to a source. However, he could miss some time, but his injury isn't a long-term concern. It's good news for Benjamin, but his owners need to start making alternate plans for at least Week 12. With Jordan Matthews (knee) also questionable after sitting out Week 11, rookie Zay Jones could be back on the map as a fantasy streamer against the Chiefs in a sweet matchup. Tight end Charles Clay, who has disappointed in his two games back, could also be a sleeper low-end TE1 streamer against KC.
Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said all three quarterbacks -- Brock Osweiler, Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian -- are in the running to start in Week 12 against the Raiders. It just goes to show how broken the Broncos offense is in the wake of the firing of offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Monday after the team's sixth straight loss. They can't seem to get any consistency under center. At this point, Lynch has to be the favorite to get some starts now that his right shoulder looks to finally be healthy. While he looked bad in two starts in his rookie season, the former first-rounder has the best arm strength and upside of the trio, at least in the long term. Lynch should be stashed in keeper leagues, but he'll be no better than a low-end QB2 if he's given the job.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer has had his cast removed today. However, he is still a long way away from getting back on the field. Until Palmer returns, it appears that Blaine Gabbert and Drew Stanton will be quarterbacks for the team. Each is a low-end QB2, while Palmer brings a considerable upgrade to the position and should be considered a borderline QB1/2 should he return.
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