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  • LAR Wide Receiver #10
    No surprises here as Kupp was able to practice in full three times this week. Kupp only got in one full session last week after missing Wednesday’s practice outright, so he appears to be trending in the right direction after the notable injury scare. Coming off a quiet game of three catches and 18 yards, a rebound looks likely for the star receiver, even if he is up against the Browns’ shutdown defense this week. Kupp will rank as a high-end WR2 for Week 13.
  • CLE Defensive End #95
    Garrett went down with the shoulder injury in Week 12. After the game, head coach Kevin Stefanski called him day-to-day. Garrett did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday but was back on the field for the final session of the week. Despite the injury scare, he is good to go for Week 13. With 13 sacks to his name this season, Garrett will attempt to close the gap on T.J. Watt, who has 13.5 sacks, with a few takedowns of Matthew Stafford.
  • CIN Wide Receiver #5
    Higgins was limited to start the week but upgraded to full on Friday. The veteran receiver has missed each of the Bengals’ last three games with a hamstring injury suffered in practice but is trending toward a return on Monday night against the Jaguars. While Higgins’ return is good for the Bengals, fantasy managers will need to consider whether or not he’s worth starting with Jake Browning under center. Browning and the Bengals managed just 222 total yards in last week’s loss to the Steelers and were 2-for-10 on third down. Higgins shouldn’t be counted on as anything more than a WR3.
  • NE Wide Receiver #81
    Douglas suffered the head injury in Week 12 and has been in the league’s concussion protocol ever since. He did not practice at all this week, putting his status for Week 14 in doubt as well. DeVante Parker will seemingly operate as the team’s top wideout this week, though he is at WR5 at best given the state of New England’s offense.
  • HOU Tight End #86
    Brevin Jordan is expected to draw the start, with Schultz now ruled out. The veteran tight end didn’t practice all week and was trending toward being ruled out after being listed as DNP on Friday. While Jordan is expected to get the starting nod, he’ll be hard to trust as anything more than a touchdown-dependent TE2 against the Broncos.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #85
    Texans beat writer Aaron Wilson said Brown should be considered “truly questionable” after he popped up as a DNP on Friday following two days of limited practices. Wilson reported earlier on Friday that Brown looked “fairly limited in practice,” but apparently, whatever he did wasn’t enough for the team to credit him with limited participation on the day. Brown has missed back-to-back games with his injury, and it sounds like he’s trending toward missing a third-straight game.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #3
    Dell is listed as questionable, but head coach DeMeco Ryans has expressed confidence in Dell playing on Sunday against the Broncos. The rookie receiver should be in line for a big day with tight end Dalton Schultz (hamstring) ruled out and Noah Brown (knee) listed as questionable. Dell has finished as a top-24 PPR receiver in each of his last four weeks and is a fringe WR1 this week if active.
  • DEN Wide Receiver
    Mims will be active for Week 13 against the Texans but continues to be off the fantasy radar. The rookie receiver has caught two or fewer passes in each of his last six games and has yet to top three receptions in any game this season.
  • DEN Wide Receiver #10
    Jeudy didn’t practice to start the week but closed out Friday with a full practice. He’ll be good to go for this week’s contest against a Texans defense that’s allowed the 11th most fantasy points to opposing receivers over the last two weeks, although it’s worth noting Jeudy hasn’t cleared 60 receiving yards since Week 7.
  • CLE Quarterback #15
    Flacco was named the backup over P.J. Walker earlier this week. Knowing Dorian Thompson-Robinson was unlikely to play due to a concussion, head coach Kevin Stefanski was functionally naming Flacco the team’s Week 13 starter. As expected, DTR was ruled out on Friday, paving the way for Flacco to make his debut as a member of the Browns. At 38 years old, it’s fair to wonder how much Flacco has left in the tank. On the other hand, Cleveland’s tandem of Walker and Thompson-Robinson has created one of the worst offensive environments in the NFL. Even a modest improvement via Flacco will go a long way. The move will keep Amari Cooper in the WR3 conversation while giving Elijah Moore some FLEX potential versus the Rams.



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