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New York Jets head coach Adam Gase gave quarterback Sam Darnold a vote of confidence after one of the worst statistical games of his career in the Week 7 loss to the Bills. Darnold was expected to make a second-year leap under Gase, but instead he's showed signs of regression for the 0-7 Jets. It has sparked speculation that New York might draft Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence next year if they secure the top pick. Darnold threw for just 120 yards against Buffalo with two interceptions for a passer rating of 31.1, the second-lowest of his career. Gase put most of the blame on the offensive line, but Darnold has twice as many interceptions (six) as touchdowns (three) in five starts this year. The second-year signal-caller faces another tough matchup in Week 8 against the Chiefs. He could rack up some garbage-time numbers in that one, but Darnold remains a low-end QB2 in this broken Jets offense.
Washington Football Team safety Landon Collins (Achilles) will have surgery to fix a torn left Achilles tendon that he suffered in the Week 7 win over the Cowboys. An MRI exam confirmed the diagnosis on Monday, and Collins will miss the rest of the season. He will eventually be placed on Injured Reserve. Collins had a sack fumble that led to a safety in the first quarter against Dallas and finished with four tackles and a QB hurry. He was signed to a six-year deal worth up to $84 million in 2019 and will be replaced by Kam Curl in the Washington secondary. Fantasy managers will have to go in another direction now in IDP leagues, as Collins was a weekly starting option.
Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (ankle), who has been designated to return from Injured Reserve, is wearing a red jersey again on Tuesday, which means he won't take part in practice. With the Panthers playing on Thursday night against the Falcons, it increases the likelihood that McCaffrey won't be available. The 24-year-old All-Pro will be a long shot to play in Week 8 against Atlanta, so his fantasy managers will likely need to wait one more week to make his return against the Chiefs. With McCaffrey likely out for one more week, Mike Davis will have one more week of RB1 upside for those that scooped him off the waiver wire when McCaffrey went down in Week 2.
The Baltimore Ravens are signing wide receiver Dez Bryant to their practice squad on Tuesday, according to a source. It's a notable signing for the three-time Pro Bowler, but this doesn't mean that the former Cowboys star receiver will make Baltimore's active roster at any point during the rest of the season. Bryant hasn't played in the NFL since 2017, when he had 69 catches on 132 targets for 838 yards and six touchdowns. He's a big-bodied receiver at 6-foot-2, 220 pounds, but there's no telling how much he actually has left in the tank after tearing his Achilles several years ago in a comeback attempt with the Saints. For now, it's just a cool story and fantasy managers can leave him to the waiver wire.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers officially signed wide receiver Antonio Brown on Tuesday, according to a source. Brown will receive a $750,000 base salary and $250,000 per game as a roster bonus. The 32-year-old played in just one game last year with the Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady, catching four passes (eight targets) for 56 yards and a touchdown. The dynamic will be a bit different in Tampa, but he'll reunite with Brady in an explosive offense that will be missing Chris Godwin (finger) in Week 8 against the Giants. Brown's presence could have a negative effect on wideout Mike Evans, but it remains to be seen exactly how Brown will fit in. But the seven-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro needs to be owned in all fantasy leagues.
Free-agent WR Dez Bryant (Cowboys) was signed to the Baltimore Ravens' practice squad Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (finger) will miss the team's Week 8 contest against the Giants after fracturing his left index finger in the win over the Raiders. Godwin reportedly suffered the injury while making his touchdown grab in the fourth quarter against Las Vegas. Unfortunately, the injuries keep on piling up for Godwin and his fantasy managers, as he's already dealt with a concussion and a bad hamstring. Fortunately, the team is optimistic that he'll only miss their Week 8 contest and be able to return for Week 9 against the Saints. In Godwin's absence, Mike Evans (ankle) and Scotty Miller (hip) will pick up the receiving reps, with Antonio Brown not expected to suit up until the New Orleans game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans (ankle) was asked by head coach Bruce Arians what health percentage he was at before the Week 7 game, and Evans said 80 percent.
Fantasy Spin: It shows. Evans is only receiving about 5.5 targets per game, whereas he has been between 8-9 targets per game the last two years. He's unfortunately probably not going to be the 80-catch, 1,200-yard receiver you hoped for, but his six touchdowns are a great start after he had five, eight and eight the last three years. He's a top-notch WR2.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin (finger) suffered a fractured left index finger in Week 7 that required surgery Tuesday, Oct. 27. He has been ruled out for Week 8, but he could return for Week 9.
Fantasy Spin: Rob Gronkowski has had eight targets in each of the last two games and has emerged as a low-end TE1. Godwin's absence will benefit him again Monday night. Tyler Johnson also benefits as he has vultured a touchdown in each of the last two games. He'll be in the flex mix.
Updating previous reports, Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown receives a prorated $750,000 base salary with $250,000 in per-game active bonuses. If the team makes the playoffs, he'll earn $250,000 for 45 catches, $250,000 for 650 receiving yards and $250,000 for six touchdowns. He'll earn another $750,000 if the team wins the Super Bowl. His base salary is $1 million, and he can earn a maximum of $2.5 million.
Updating previous reports, Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown's deal is official.
Fantasy Spin: AB will be a popular stash, but it's tough to see him being a reliable fantasy option with so many weapons already on the roster. He'll be a mix-and-match in good matchups.
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett ended up with four receptions for 28 yards and a touchdown in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears on five targets.
Fantasy Spin: Everett was the starter with Tyler Higbee inactive and Johnny Mundt operating as the backup. While the latter had three grabs for 47 yards, Everett was targeted more and found the end zone. The Rams travel to meet the Dolphins in Week 8, and if Higbee is inactive again, Everett could be worth a look in deeper fantasy leagues and DFS.
Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods ended up with three receptions for 22 yards on five targets and he rushed four times for 23 yards in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Woods has recorded at least three receptions in five straight outings, but he has managed just 51 total receiving yards in the past two, and 36 or fewer yards in four of the past six contests. He remains more of a WR4 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more teams heading into Week 8 in Miami.
Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp ended up with six receptions and 43 yards on six targets in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears and he ran once for 16 yards.
Fantasy Spin: Kupp has been fairly quiet over the past three outings, posting 14 receptions for just 120 yards and no scores during the span. Normally he is a slam-dunk play in PPR formats, but lately he has been operating as more of a WR3 or flex option. He'll try to get untracked against the Dolphins in Week 8.
Los Angeles Rams WR Josh Reynolds has managed four receptions for a team-high 52 yards and a touchdown on a game-best eight targets in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Reynolds has scored touchdowns in each of his past two outings, and he has at least two grabs in six in a row while posting 45 or more yards in three straight. He remains more of a WR4 or flex fantasy option in PPR leagues of 12 or more teams, with lesser appeal in standard formats. The Rams travel to meet the Dolphins in Week 8.
Los Angeles Rams kicker Samuel Sloman needed to put together a strong performance in Week 7, but he still couldn't quite get the job done against the Chicago Bears on Monday night. He went just one of two on his field goals, and his miss was even blocked. The Rams brought in veteran Kai Forbath last week to push Sloman for the job, but he still didn't have a flawless week. It's quite possible we see a changing of the guard prior to Week 8 against the Dolphins. The Rams offense has potential to be profitable for whoever is their kicker, but this situation is one to avoid for now for fantasy managers.
Los Angeles Rams CB Jalen Ramsey registered four solo tackles, a pass defensed and an interception in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears.
Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff completed 23-of-33 passes for 219 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears and he ran four times for just one yard.
Fantasy Spin: Goff is working on a season-high streak with at least two touchdown passes in three straight games. Still, he is mostly a top-end QB2 in most fantasy leagues heading into Week 8 in Miami.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Josh Reynolds is often his team's third option in the receiving game, but he was the team's top option in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears on Monday night. He caught four of his eight targets for 52 yards and a touchdown. The unfortunate issue for Reynolds is his lack of consistent volume. Despite having a quarterback that averages over 31 passing attempts per game, Reynolds only averages just over four targets per game. In deeper leagues, he can be an interesting flex play based on the matchup, but he's not going to be very consistent in that role unless one of Cooper Kupp or Robert Woods misses time with an injury.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has long been one of the most consistent receivers in fantasy, but he struggled to a quiet night in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears on Monday night. He caught three of his five targets for 22 yards and he added four carries for 23 yards. This offense actively works to get the ball in the hands of Woods, and he's going to have better weeks ahead. However, he's largely a WR2/3 in most weeks unless he's able to get into the end zone. Moving forward, you're still keeping him in your lineups and you're hoping for better matchups.
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