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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) is unlikely to return this season, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "If the Jets are eliminated from the playoff picture, Rodgers is not expected to play," writes Rapoport. Given that the Jets are 4-7 and Rodgers , who recently returned to practice, wasn't planning to play again until Week 16 at the earliest, there's a very strong chance that the team is eliminated by then. Since there's no reason to rush Rodgers back for meaningless games, it looks like we could see a combination of Tim Boyle, Trevor Siemian, and Zach Wilson at quarterback for the Jets over the final six games. All three of them lack fantasy appeal and could have trouble supporting fantasy-relevant production from players like Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall.
Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (thumb) will likely miss three to five weeks after undergoing surgery, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The star playmaker had recently been diagnosed with a UCL tear in his right thumb, which was treated with an internal brace during his recent operation. Until he's able to return, Zack Moss will lead the Colts' backfield. Over his four games as the Colts' lead running back earlier this season, Moss was dominant, totaling 445 rushing yards, 74 receiving yards, and four touchdowns. For fantasy purposes, he instantly becomes a solid RB2 option.
New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle) will be a game-time decision versus the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Despite missing all three practices this past week, he is listed as questionable and "has a shot" to play, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Jordan hasn't missed a game all season, registering 34 tackles, two sacks, and one fumble recovery. His presence would be huge for the Saints' defense as they look to slow down the Lions' strong offense.
New England Patriots running back Ezekiel Elliott (thigh) is expected to play versus the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday despite being listed as questionable. The veteran was limited in practice all week long but appears to be trending in the right direction ahead of kickoff. As the Patriots' passing offense continues to falter, the ground game has become more involved. Even as the clear backup to Rhamondre Stevenson, Elliott has 140 scrimmage yards over his last two games. He's a high-end fantasy RB4 who could warrant FLEX consideration in some circumstances.
New York Jets running back Breece Hall (hamstring) is expected to be active for Week 13 versus the Atlanta Falcons, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Hall had been listed as questionable but was trending in the right direction after logging a full practice on Friday. The second-year standout is the clear No. 1 running back in New York but has suffered from the Jets' extremely poor offensive play. He has fewer than 30 rushing yards in each of his last three games, though he does 15 catches over that span. Hall's fantasy value could be salvaged by catching a large amount of check-downs from Tim Boyle on Sunday. He's a mid-to-high RB2 this week.
New York Jets running back Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is expected to play on Sunday versus the Atlanta Falcons, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The veteran had been listed as questionable after being a late addition to the practice report on Friday. It appears he will ultimately suit up, though he'll do so in a backup role behind Breece Hall (hamstring). Cook has been a minimal factor on offense lately, averaging just 2.2 carries and 0.6 receptions over his last five games. He remains off the fantasy radar heading into Week 13.
Houston Texans tight end Brevin Jordan could operate as the team's No. 1 tight end in Week 13 versus the Denver Broncos. With teammate Dalton Schultz (hamstring) ruled out for the first time this season, Jordan and Eric Saubert are expected to receive more snaps. So far, Jordan has the advantage in the passing attack. While Saubert has played in just three games and has not been targeted this season, Jordan has logged seven appearances with six catches, 60 yards, and one touchdown. As fantasy managers navigate injuries and bye weeks, Jordan carries some streaming appeal at the tight end position in deeper formats.
Los Angeles Rams kicker Lucas Havrisik struggled during the team's Week 12 blowout victory against the Arizona Cardinals. The 24-year-old has made five of his seven field goal attempts and six of his seven extra-point tries since taking the team's kicking duties in Week 8. Despite the opportunity that he has in an aggressive Rams offense, Havrisik has not yet proven to be a reliable option at the position. Try to stay away from him in a tough matchup against the Cleveland Browns in Week 13 and wait to see if he starts providing some consistency.
Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee finally got into the endzone in the team's Week 12 win against the Arizona Cardinals. Higbee went scoreless for 10 straight games to start the season but got in twice last week. The 30-year-old has played in 91% of all offensive snaps this season but is averaging under five targets a game. His involvement in the red zone against Arizona is a positive sign that the team is actively trying to get him the football more. However, he now faces the Cleveland Browns in Week 13, who have allowed the least amount of fantasy points to opposing tight ends. Cautiously consider Higbee as a low-end TE1 this week.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua continued his inconsistent play in Week 12. The 22-year-old rookie has surpassed 45 yards just twice since Week 6 and has scored just one touchdown during that span. After a historic start to his NFL career, Nacua has slowed down, which should have been expected with Cooper Kupp's return. However, both Nacua and Kupp have been struggling and are not providing any type of consistency to be considered weekly must-starts. Treat Nacua as a low-end WR2 with an unstable floor in a tough Week 13 matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Tutu Atwell led the team in receiving yards during their Week 12 blowout win against the Arizona Cardinals. Despite playing just 36% of offensive snaps, Atwell hauled in all three of his targets for 76 yards. The entire offense has been inconsistent as of late and it is becoming difficult to trust anyone outside of Kyren Williams. Atwell is seeing less opportunity as the season progresses and offers an extremely low floor weekly. Consider him as a WR4 at best during the team's Week 13 matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (ankle) was removed from the team's injury report ahead of their Week 13 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Kupp suffered the low-ankle sprain in Week 11 but has been removed from the injury report for two weeks straight. Regardless of his health, the former All-Pro has not put together a great performance since Week 6. He is averaging just over two catches and 25 yards per game over the last five while being scoreless over that time. This has been the worst slump of Kupp's career and you should be cautious when playing him this week.
Los Angeles Rams running back Kyren Williams returned from injured reserve in Week 12 and looked better than ever. The second-year back totaled over 200 yards and two touchdowns in the team's win against the Arizona Cardinals. Williams was a top-three back before his injury and is right back to that now that he is healthy. The 23-year-old is a three-down workhorse and should be treated as a high-end RB1 weekly. Despite a semi-tough Week 13 matchup against the Cleveland Browns, Williams is a must-start in all leagues and provides both a high floor and ceiling.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is coming off his most productive game of the season. Stafford threw for four touchdowns in the team's blowout victory against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 12. However, he now faces a dominant Cleveland Browns defense that has been number one against the pass this season. Led by Defensive Player of the Year candidate Myles Garrett, Cleveland has been a nightmare for opposing offenses through 12 weeks. Despite the team getting Kyren Williams back and being at full strength, Stafford should be treated as a high-end QB2 with an extremely low floor in Week 13.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd is on pace to have one of the worst seasons of his career. Throughout 11 games, the 30-year-old has just 50 catches for 462 yards and two touchdowns. In all fairness, the Bengals offense hasn't looked good for most of the year, and things aren't expected to get better now that Jake Browning is under center for the injured Joe Burrow (wrist). Without question, Boyd is a talented player capable of having some big fantasy showings. However, he's hard to trust in Week 13 versus Jacksonville, even more so with Tee Higgins (hamstring, ankle) back in the equation.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon had his worst game of the year in the Week 12 loss to Pittsburgh, amassing 16 yards off eight touches. The former Sooner entered that contest having found the end zone in his previous four games. While fantasy managers are no longer expecting the version of Mixon from a few seasons ago, it's safe to say nearly anyone who had him in the lineup was disappointed. At any rate, Mixon is hard to trust in any fantasy setup. But he's still capable of having big showings, making him a flex option, at the very least, on Monday night versus Jacksonville.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Jake Browning got his first start of the season in the Week 12 meeting with the Steelers. Replacing the injured Joe Burrow (wrist), Browning threw for 227 yards, one touchdown, and one interception off 19-for-26 passing. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough, as Cincinnati ended up losing for the third straight week. In all fairness, Browning's performance wasn't the worst showing from a fantasy quarterback. Still, the Bengals offense hasn't been consistent all season, making the signal-caller hard to trust, even with a favorable matchup versus the Jaguars on the horizon.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase has had his share of struggles this season. In the wideout's defense, the Bengals offense hasn't looked like a well-oiled unit, and it's not expected to improve with Jake Browning under center for the injured Joe Burrow (wrist). Chase entered the Week 12 AFC North clash with the Steelers having caught a touchdown in three of his four previous contests. However, despite amassing 81 receiving yards versus Pittsburgh, Chase had just four catches. That said, he's still a must-start in all fantasy formats on Monday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars, even though he hasn't played at an elite level all year.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave (head) is expected to be on the field for the Week 13 meeting with the Lions. The 23-year-old had seven catches (nine targets) for 114 yards versus the Atlanta Falcons in Week 12. Unfortunately, fantasy managers expecting even more production from Olave saw him get ruled out with a concussion. That being said, the former Buckeye should be in all fantasy lineups, assuming he gets the official green light.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Arizona Cardinals tight end Trey McBride (groin) is likely good to go for Sunday's game versus the Steelers. He missed practice on Wednesday before logging limited sessions on Thursday and Friday, earning him a questionable tag for Week 13. But it appears Kyler Murray will have two of his top receiving options, with Marquise Brown (heel) also expected to be on the field. Nevertheless, McBride has been more involved of late, catching 33 of his 44 targets for 351 yards and a touchdown in his last five games, giving him credibility for all fantasy lineups.
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