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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) is officially inactive for the Thursday night game against the New York Giants. Aiyuk suffered a shoulder injury in the Week 2 win over the Los Angeles Rams, but he avoided a broken collarbone after undergoing a CT scan on Monday. The good news is that this doesn't appear to be a long-term injury for Aiyuk, but the Niners aren't going to put him in harm's way on a short week early in the season. For now, fantasy managers should consider him questionable to play in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals. In his absence on Thursday night, Deebo Samuel and George Kittle should see more targets, while Jauan Jennings and rookie Ronnie Bell will compete for No. 3 duties in San Fran.
Carolina Panthers running back Miles Sanders heads into Week 3 looking for his first touchdown of the season after posting 115 scoreless rushing yards over two games. He will look to change that in Week 3's road matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle has been generous to opposing running backs in fantasy this season, allowing the seventh-most fantasy points per game to the position. Sanders has a good shot at getting into the end zone in what sets up as a favorable matchup for him in Week 3. Treat him as a mid-range RB2 this weekend.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (calf) did not take part in practice on Thursday. Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said that the team will take it "day-to-day" with Borrow after he aggravated a calf injury in the Week 2 loss that kept him out for all of training camp and the preseason, and Burrow himself said "we'll see" when asked if he'll play on Monday night against the Los Angeles Rams. Burrow's calf injury and inactivity this summer is a big reason why Cincy's offense has gotten off to a slow start, and that may not chance for a while if he's forced to miss additional time. If you drafted the 26-year-old hoping he'd be your starter each and every week, you should already be searching for an insurance policy in Week 3, especially with the Bengals' game not coming until Monday this week. If Burrow misses Monday's game, Jake Browning would make the start under center.
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (toe) missed practice on Thursday after he was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday. King Henry's absence from Thursday's practice was a combination of his toe injury and rest purposes, but fantasy managers shouldn't be worried at all that he's in danger of missing a Week 3 game against the Cleveland Browns. As long as the 29-year-old is back at practice on Friday, he should be a must-start in all fantasy lineups on Sunday. Through the first two games of 2023, Henry has 40 carries for 143 yards (3.6 yards per carry) and a touchdown, adding five catches on seven targets for 71 additional yards.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) was listed as a limited practice participant on Thursday after he took part in a full practice on Wednesday. Hopkins didn't practice at all last week but still played in the Week 2 overtime win over the Los Angeles Chargers, playing only 60 percent of the offensive snaps while catching four passes for 40 yards. The 31-year-old veteran has been practicing this week and should be fine to take on more of a snap percentage this Sunday on the road in Cleveland against the Browns. The move from a full practice to a limited session on Thursday is likely to be for rest purposes. Fantasy managers that have been starting Hopkins through two weeks need to keep him in their lineups.
Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler (knee) missed another practice on Thursday. Ekeler suffered an ankle injury in the season opener and hasn't practiced since while also missing the Week 2 overtime loss to the Tennessee Titans. He says he's made some progress, but unless he's able to get back on the field in some capacity on Friday, he's likely to miss a second straight game this Sunday on the road against the Minnesota Vikings. Joshua Kelley disappointed as a plug-and-play fantasy option with Ekeler out last weekend, but he'd be worth another shot in fantasy lineups in Minnesota against a porous defense if Ekeler misses another game. Check back on Friday for Ekeler's final status for Sunday's game.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) returned to a full practice on Thursday after he was listed as limited on Wednesday. There should be no questions about whether Hill will suit up this Sunday in a Week 3 matchup at home against the Denver Broncos. The 29-year-old All-Pro pass-catcher is already a target hog in Miami's offense, but he could see even more looks this weekend if fellow wideout Jaylen Waddle isn't cleared from the league's concussion protocol. Through the first two games of 2023, Hill has lived up to his lofty fantasy draft value with 16 receptions, 255 yards and three touchdowns for the 2-0 Dolphins. He remains a no-doubt, must-start fantasy commodity.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (knee) suffered a torn ACL during practice on Thursday, an MRI exam confirmed, according to a source. Diggs will now miss the rest of the 2023 season. The Cowboys defense/special teams unit will still be a top play for the rest of the year, but losing Diggs is huge news going forward. The 26-year-old fourth-year defensive back had already forced two turnovers and had three passes defensed in the first two games of the season. With Diggs out the rest of the way, the Cowboys are prepared to move DaRon Bland to the outside across from corner Stephon Gilmore, with Jourdan Lewis now likely to operate at slot cornerback for the Cowboys.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder), who is listed as questionable for the Thursday night game against the New York Giants, is not expected to play, according to a league source. Aiyuk injured his shoulder early in the Week 2 win over the Los Angeles Rams and ended up playing just over half of the offensive snaps after leaving the game for a while to be checked out. A CT scan ruled out a broken collarbone and he was able to practice some this week, but ultimately the Niners are expected to play it safe with Aiyuk and hold him out early in the year. With the 25-year-old out, Jauan Jennings and rookie Ronnie Bell will battle for a bigger role in the passing game for the Niners behind Deebo Samuel and tight end George Kittle. Consider Aiyuk questionable to return in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson struggled in a 26-22 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2, throwing a pick-six and losing a fumble that was returned 17 yards for a touchdown. He will look to bounce back at home against the Tennessee Titans in Week 3. Watson has a few things going for him this week as the Titans have been stout against the run but struggle to defend the pass. The Browns could use that, plus the fact that they lost Nick Chubb for the season, to dial up more passing plays for Watson and his receivers. Watson has not played well since taking over as QB for the Browns last season but he has enough working in his favor to treat as a high-end QB2 in fantasy for Week 3.
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young (ankle) missed his second straight day of practice on Thursday and is not expected to play in Week 3 on Sunday on the road against the Seattle Seahawks. Veteran Andy Dalton took first-team repetitions at practice on Thursday for the second day in a row with Young hurting, and he's now set for his first start of the season. It's doesn't sound like a particularly serious injury for the first overall pick of this year's draft, but the Panthers don't want to jeopardize his development by throwing him out there on an injured ankle. In a hostile environment, look for Carolina to lean on their ground game as much as possible with Dalton under center, which is good news for running backs Miles Sanders and Chuba Hubbard. Dalton will be a low-end QB2 option for those desperate in superflex leagues.
Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Ford filled in nicely in Week 2 after his team lost Nick Chubb for the season due to a major knee injury. Ford found the end zone on a reception and set the team up for another score with a 69-yard run down to the Pittsburgh one-yard line. He will look to repeat that success in Week 3's home matchup against the Tennessee Titans, although he may have a hard time doing so against a stout run defense. The Titans can be beat through the air but they are allowing the second-fewest fantasy points per game to opposing running backs through the first two games of the season. Fantasy gamers who picked Ford up off of waivers are likely anxious to insert him into their starting lineups but he is best left on the bench until a better matchup presents itself.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Chase McLaughlin has been a fairly reliable option through the first two weeks of the season. He had a field goal blocked during the second quarter of the Week 2 win over the Chicago Bears. Outside of that, McLaughlin has been perfect, which is great to see. However, McLaughlin hasn't seen many field goal chances this season, which is hurting his fantasy value. It probably isn't going to get any easier versus the tough Philadelphia Eagles defense in Week 3. Fantasy managers should be able to find a better streaming option for Week 3.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin has surprisingly been off to a slow start to begin the season. Through two games, Godwin has 10 receptions for 109 yards and zero touchdowns. Right now, Godwin has been mainly a short yardage passing option, while Mike Evans is getting the deep balls. Despite his slow start, Godwin has the skills and potential to be a reliable contributor. However, he'll draw a tough matchup versus the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. Oddly, the Eagles have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to wideouts this season. The expectation is that superstar defensive back Darius Slay will be on Evans this week. That means, Godwin will have an easier matchup which should lead to more success. That being said, Godwin is probably more of a WR3, but has WR2 upside for this matchup.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cade Otton was surprisingly involved quite a bit during the Week 2 matchup with the Chicago Bears. The 24-year-old hauled in six receptions for 41 yards in the victory. The second-year tight end is beginning to build more chemistry with newcomer Baker Mayfield. The hope is that Otton turns into a trusted underneath option for Mayfield this season. He'll head into a Week 3 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. A defensive unit that has struggled to contain the tight end position early in the season. That being said, Otton has some low-end streaming appeal to desperate fantasy managers looking for an option in Week 3.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has put together back-to-back strong performances to open the season. The veteran wideout has hauled in 12 receptions for 237 yards and two touchdowns during the first two games of the season. The Bucs have targeted Evans heavy in the passing game and that is likely to continue going forward. Evans will now head into a matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. A defensive unit that is normally solid, but has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing wideouts this season. That being said, Evans should remain in the WR2 conversation for the upcoming Monday night matchup.
Miami Dolphins RB Salvon Ahmed (groin) and WR Jaylen Waddle (concussion) did not participate in practice on Thursday, Sept. 21. OT Terron Armstead (back, ankle, knee), DB Elijah Campbell (knee), DT Raekwon Davis (wrist), TE Julian Hill (ankle), TE Tyler Croft (back) and LB Jaelan Phillips (back) were limited. WR Tyreek Hill (ankle) and LB Andrew Van Ginkel (rest) practiced in full. CB Xavien Howard (rest) was not given a practice designation.
Denver Broncos LB Frank Clark (hip), NT Mike Purcell (ankle) and S Justin Simmons (hip) did not participate in practice on Thursday, Sept. 21. OT Garett Bolles (ankle) was limited.
New Orleans Saints RB Jamaal Williams (hamstring) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 21.
Fantasy Spin: It seems like Williams will not be available for the Week 3 game and could miss more time because of the injury. Tony Jones Jr., Kendre Miller and Taysom Hill could all see carries in the game if Williams is unavailable. Hill can be a low-end No. 1 tight end, while Jones and Miller have a chance to be flex options in some deeper leagues.
Kansas City Chiefs LB Nick Bolton (ankle), WR Richie James (knee) and WR Kadarius Toney (toe) did not practice on Thursday, Sept. 21. In addition, LB Willie Gay (quadriceps) and RB Isiah Pacheco (hamstring) were limited and CB L'Jarius Sneed (knee), OT Jawaan Taylor (shoulder), CB Nic Jones (hand), WR Justin Watson (ankle) and CB Jaylen Watson (shoulder) practiced in full.
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