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Tiger Woods gets off on the right foot on the first two holes during the second round of the Hero World Challenge with a birdie-birdie start.
Rotoworld’s Denny Carter answers questions to help set lineups for Week 13.

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  • PHI Tight End #88
    This is big news for Goedert, who missed the first two practices to open the week and hasn’t played since suffering a broken arm in Week 9 against the Cowboys. Goedert’s injury came just before the Eagles’ bye, as he’s missed only two games thus far. He underwent surgery shortly after his injury but appears to have a chance to suit up on Sunday against the 49ers. We’ll see what kind of game-day status he carries heading into the weekend, but Philly’s TE1 appears to be set for a return sooner rather than later.
  • ARI Tight End #85
    McBride was listed as limited on Thursday despite early reports of him not practicing. A second-straight practice on Friday should be enough to earn him a questionable tag and put him on track to play in Week 13 against the Steelers. If he’s active, McBride will be a must-start for those who have him. He’s finished as a top-12 fantasy tight end in four of his last seven games and has finished twice as a top-two tight end.
  • ARI Wide Receiver #2
    Brown’s status heading into Week 13 is a unique one. The veteran receiver hasn’t logged a practice all week, but head coach Jonathan Gannon said on Friday that brown was “trending toward playing” when asked about Brown’s availability. Brown played through same same heel injury in last week’s loss to the Rams, so it’s possible his absence this week is out of precaution to ensure he’s ready for Sunday. He’ll likely draw a questionable tag heading into the weekend, making his status one to watch when the team announces their Week 13 inactives.
  • GB Running Back #33
    Jones didn’t take the practice field on Friday and will likely miss Week 13’s contest against the Chiefs. It would be the consecutive missed game for Jones and his fifth missed game this season. Injuries have completely derailed his season, as he’s managed just 66 rushes for 245 yards and two touchdowns in seven games, adding 19 receptions for 169 additional yards. Assuming Jones is out, AJ Dillon would draw the start, with Patrick Taylor spelling him on occasional downs. Dillon would be a fringe RB2/RB3 against the Chiefs.
  • TB Wide Receiver #14
    Godwin seems to have aggravated a lingering neck injury during practice this week, making him iffy to face Carolina. Godwin hasn’t eclipsed 60 receiving yards in any of his past five games and is no more than a WR3 in PPR formats if he plays. Trey Palmer would likely see more routes and targets if Godwin is sidelined.
  • MIA Running Back #28
    Achane returned from injured reserve in Week 11 but re-injured his knee on his second touch of the game. The Dolphins then held him out of their Week 12 outing. McDaniel and the Dolphins have taken a cautious approach with Achane’s second return to action, and we expect that to carry into their game plan for his usage on Sunday. Raheem Mostert will likely see more carries than the rookie, meaning Achane will rank as a volatile RB2 based on his absurd efficiency.
  • ARI Wide Receiver #2
    It’s a rosy outlook for a player who hasn’t practiced this week with a heel issue. Michael Wilson (shoulder) was already declared out against the Steelers and Trey McBride is dealing with a groin injury. It’s a mess for Arizona. Brown would be a boom-bust WR3 option if he can suit up Sunday.
  • NYJ Quarterback #8
    That, per Cimini, could change in the coming weeks as Rodgers — who tore his Achilles tendon in September — ramps up his practice participation. The Jets opened Rodgers’ 21-day practice window on Wednesday, a move that could put Rodgers back under center by Week 15 or Week 16 if the Jets are in the postseason hunt. Rodgers this week acknowledged that he could re-injure his Achilles with a rushed return to game action. “My thing is, what’s the worst that can happen? Something unfortunate again and then you just slow the rehab down,” he said. With the Jets at 4-7, there’s almost no chance we see Rodgers on the field before the start of next season.
  • SEA Wide Receiver #14
    Facing both one of his toughest team and individual assignments in the Cowboys and DROY-contending CB DaRon Bland, Metcalf somehow had by far his best game of the year, posting a new season high for yards while doubling his touchdown total. The scoring started with his 73-yard catch-and-run in the first quarter after he got a step on Bland and was off to the races at truly eye-popping speed. He then beat Bland off the line at the goal line for a one-yard score in the closing seconds of the second quarter. Bland was also the closest defender when play-action freed Metcalf in the end zone for a three-yard TD in the fourth. Awesome stuff. Also likely a one-off as the Seahawks prepare for a rematch of their Thanksgiving loss to the 49ers in Week 14.
  • DAL Quarterback #4
    Dealing with a surprisingly feisty Seahawks offense, Prescott always had the perfect counterpunch, playing a nearly flawless game as he traded scores with Geno Smith before eventually emerging triumphant. Prescott’s timing was precise and his touch feathery. He tossed zero picks for the eighth time in 12 starts, and continued to relentlessly work his connection with CeeDee Lamb, finding his No. 1 wideout for 12/116/1. He also hit Brandin Cooks and Jake Ferguson for scores. Playing like both a real life and fantasy MVP for the better part of two months, Prescott has a Week 14 fantasy smash spot in the Eagles’ leaky pass defense.

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Tiger Woods gets off on the right foot on the first two holes during the second round of the Hero World Challenge with a birdie-birdie start.

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Tiger returns at Hero
Tiger Woods gets off on the right foot on the first two holes during the second round of the Hero World Challenge with a birdie-birdie start.
Brandel Chamblee and Damon Hack review Tiger Woods’ performance during the first round of the Hero World Challenge, preview the rest of the competition, and discuss whether there’s potential concern for reinjury.
Check out every one of Tiger Woods’ shots from his return to tournament action at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Tiger Woods talks through his first round back in action at the Hero World Challenge and explains the areas that were hindered by his rust in tournament play.
Tiger Woods pulled his drive on No. 15 at the Hero World Challenge and things just went downhill from there as he ended up with a double-bogey.
Tiger Woods gets back below even-par with this lengthy putt on No. 11 at the Hero World Challenge.
Rich Lerner and Brandel Chamblee on Golf Central react to every aspect of Tiger Woods’ opening round of the Hero World Challenge. Plus, hear from Tiger himself after the round.
SNF on NBC, Peacock
Sunday’s 49ers-Eagles matchup is not just the biggest game of Week 13, it’s one of the most important games of this NFL season in its impact on the playoff picture, a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game and perhaps a preview of this season’s.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms explain why the Chiefs vs. Packers on Sunday Night Football could be an “exciting game” in what will be Patrick Mahomes’ first game at Lambeau Field.
Matthew Berry breaks down his Love/Hate players for Week 13 and vents about why David Tepper should NEVER be compared to Dan Snyder when it comes to bad owners.
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.
Pro Football Focus breaks down the players to watch in the Week 13 SNF matchup between the Chiefs and Packers, including Jordan Love and Christian Watson for Green Bay and Patrick Mahomes and Rashee Rice for Kansas City.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms run through props, provided by DraftKings Sportsbook, for C.J. Stroud against the Broncos, Jared Goff’s ability to limit interceptions against the Saints and more.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms reveal which matchups they’re keeping a close eye on in Week 13, including the 49ers’ D-line vs. the Eagles’ O-line, Browns defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz vs. Matthew Stafford and more.

Premier League

Can Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils stretch their Premier League win streak to four when they visit wounded but thriving Newcastle United?
Will Manchester City complete its quest for an unprecedented fourth-straight title?
The Premier League action is in full flow as we head into December with European competitions complicating the prediction picture.

NFL

Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert took a big step back toward the lineup on Friday.
The Buccaneers will be down a pair of veteran linebackers for Sunday’s home game against the Panthers.
The Commanders won’t have first-round pick Emmanuel Forbes to help against the Dolphins passing game on Sunday.
Patriots defensive lineman Lawrence Guy has been named the NFL Players Association Community MVP for Week 13 of the 2023 season.

Rotoworld

Kyle Dvorchak breaks down his fantasy football starts and sits for Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.
Patrick Mahomes and Jordan Love naturally headline Matthew Berry’s top players for when the Chiefs visit the Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday Night Football, but he’s also intrigued by Isiah Pacheco’s recent play.
Below is a look at the league’s most extreme run funnel and pass funnel defenses through Week 12 — teams being consistently attacked on the ground or through the air regardless of game script.
Zachary Krueger dives into expected fantasy points from Week 12 and highlights a few players who could be flying under the radar heading into Week 13.

NBA

The pregame shot was more entertaining than the Warriors win over the Clippers.
Chicago beat a top team in the East on a night Zach LaVine and DeMar DeRozan sat out.
Wembanyama had 21 points and 12 rebounds in a losing effort.
Who’s tired and who’s wired in fantasy hoops?

College Football

Notre Dame’s perimeter skill-position exodus has reached crisis levels, with promising freshman receiver Rico Flores Jr. and sophomore tight end Holden Staes joining the stampede to the transfer portal.
With Michigan likely returning to the CFP semifinals, a look at bowl predictions for all Big Ten squads.
It’s the second time DJ Uiagalelei will change schools after playing his first three seasons at Clemson.

College Basketball

Michigan State women’s basketball head coach Robyn Fralick reflects on her goals upon entering the Big Ten, bringing player Jocelyn Tate with her from Bowling Green and more.
Chyna Cornwell and Kaylene Smikle share their favorite parts of gameday, debate the best parts of the Rutgers campus, find agreement on their best WNBA player of all time, and more.
LSU coach Kim Mulkey has declined to go into detail about why Reese was not with the team for much of the past two weeks.

MLB

Shohei Ohtani, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Cody Bellinger, and Blake Snell highlight this year’s class of free agents.
Matthew Pouliot offers rankings and writeups of MLB’s top 111 free agents, from Shohei to Shelby.
Shelly Verougstraete analyzes the fantasy implications of the latest transactions from around baseball, including Luis Severino’s deal with the Mets.
Yoshinobu Yamamoto has been linked to the likes of the Dodgers and Yankees, but Dan Patrick believes the Giants could swoop in as a dark horse.

Motor Sports

Kyle Sieg will take on his first full Xfinity Series schedule.
Family was at core of Cup champion’s speech at NASCAR Awards in Nashville.
Hendrick Motorsports driver expresses appreciation to fans for the honor.

Betting

Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick reveal their best bets for Week 13, with Drew expecting the Rams to build on their recent success and Jay eyeing Tim Boyle’s passing yards on Bet the Edge.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick discuss why betting the Over (47.5) in the 49ers vs. Eagles matchup is the best way to approach this game, expecting each team to ‘score and answer’ on Bet the Edge.
Vaughn Dalzell shares his best bets for the NFL’s Week 13 slate, including Thursday Night Football, the Patriots’ first half against the Chargers, and two totals in Jets vs Falcons, and Bucs vs Panthers matchups.

Golf

Tiger Woods gets off on the right foot on the first two holes during the second round of the Hero World Challenge with a birdie-birdie start.
Brandel Chamblee and Damon Hack review Tiger Woods’ performance during the first round of the Hero World Challenge, preview the rest of the competition, and discuss whether there’s potential concern for reinjury.
Lee shot 64 in the second round of the ISPS Handa Australian Open.
“The Tour doesn’t care about you if you’re not in the top 30,” Stroud said.
Here’s a look at when Tiger Woods and Co. will be going out Friday at the Hero.

Brother From Another

Michael Holley, Natalie and Ashley Nicole Moss break down Dez Bryant’s ‘hateful’ comments toward Malika Andrews and how Bryant could have handled his frustrations differently.
Michael Holley, Ashley Nicole Moss and Natalie discuss Angel Reese’s return to the court and how LSU head coach Kim Mulkey could have handled the situation in a better manner.
Michael Holley, Ashley Nicole Moss and Natalie explain why the NBA is not being consistent with its response to the police investigation of Josh Giddey for an alleged relationship with a minor.
Michael Holley and Ashley Nicole Moss contemplate if Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers should even consider returning to the field in 2023 and discuss why being patient with his Achilles could help him long-term.

Local coverage

“Even Patrick Mahomes can’t save the Patriots.”
The Bears will face a decision about whether to keep or fire Matt Eberflus after this season.
The Eagles were back on the practice field Thursday but a few key players were not participating.
Six seconds perfectly showcased the jolt Gary Payton II so often brings the Warriors, and what they’re about to badly miss.

Latest

The Dolphins will have one of their key offensive weapons back for Sunday’s game against the Commanders.
A year after suffering a serious knee injury in his final college game at Tennessee, Lions rookie quarterback is finally on the practice field this week.
When the Titans played the Colts earlier this season on the road, running back Derrick Henry finished with just 43 yards rushing in the 23-16 loss.
Whose injury status is up in the air, and who’s hoping to be fit in time for matchweek 14?
Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon offered an optimistic update on wide receiver Hollywood Brown’s outlook for Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh.