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  • NO Quarterback #4
    Saints HC Dennis Allen said Derek Carr is still in concussion protocol.
    Coming off a Week 11 bye, Carr still has plenty of time to clear concussion protocol before Week 12’s contest against the Falcons. If he is unable to get cleared in time, Jameis Winston would get the nod for his first start of the season after throwing for 122 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in Week 10’s loss to the Vikings.
  • BAL Safety #14
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Ravens S Kyle Hamilton will undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the knee injury he suffered in Week 14 against the Rams.
    Hamilton exited in the first quarter of Sunday’s win but returned and attempted to play through it. He was eventually ruled out and will now undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the injury. One of the best young safeties in the game, Hamilton had a PFF grade of 82.3 entering Week 14 and a coverage grade of 84.5. The second-year pro is on pace for a Pro Bowl-caliber year, and would be a major loss for the Ravens as they prepare for games against the Jaguars, 49ers, and Dolphins over the next three weeks.
  • LAR Wide Receiver #5
    Rams beat writer Jourdan Rodrigue reports Tutu Atwell is in concussion protocol.
    Atwell left in the second quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Ravens and did not return to the field. The veteran receiver landed hard on a contested catch near the sideline and was down for several minutes after the play. He’ll need to clear concussion protocol if he hopes to play in Week 15 against the Commanders, but Atwell will be off the fantasy radar even if active.
  • BAL Running Back #35
    Gus Edwards rushed six times for 15 yards in the Ravens’ Week 14 win over the Rams.
    Edwards has now played second-fiddle to Keaton Mitchell in back-to-back games. The veteran running back has rushed 14 times for 41 scoreless yards over that span, while Mitchell has rushed 18 times for 118 yards, averaging an impressive 6.6 YPC. When he’s not seeing his normal goal-line role, Edwards is irrelevant as far as fantasy is concerned. He’ll be a boom-or-bust RB3 in Week 15 against the Jaguars.
  • LAR Tight End #87
    Davis Allen caught 4-of-5 targets for 50 yards and a touchdown in the Rams’ Week 14 loss to the Ravens.
    It took Allen a few tries, but he eventually found the end zone on a seven-yard score for the first touchdown of his career. With Tyler Higbee sidelined, Allen stepped up to lead the Rams’ tight end room, hauling in passes of 18 and 21 yards to turn in a big outing in what was his busiest game of the season. Allen won’t be on the Week 15 radar if Higbee is active, but could have some streaming upside against the Commanders if Higbee is held out.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Vikings believe Justin Jefferson (chest) avoided serious injury in the team’s Week 14 win over the Raiders.
    Jefferson was sent to the hospital after suffering a chest injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s win but returned to the stadium and traveled home with the team. His trip to the hospital was nothing more than a precautionary trip, but according to Rapoport, the team believes Jefferson avoided any serious injuries. The Vikings are playing on a short week as they prepare to take on the Bengals on Saturday. Whether or not Jefferson will be able to suit up is anybody’s guess at this time, but there’s a chance he could miss Week 15. We’ll see what happens when the team releases their first injury report later in the week.
  • DAL Wide Receiver #3
    Brandin Cooks caught 2-of-5 targets for 37 yards in the Cowboys’ Week 14 win over the Eagles.
    Cooks was one of five Dallas pass-catchers to see five or more targets against the Eagles which contributed to his depressed box score numbers. He’ll face another difficult test in Week 15 when the Cowboys travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills.
  • DAL Running Back #23
    Rico Dowdle rushed 12 times for 46 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ Week 14 win over the Eagles, adding six yards on his lone reception.
    Dowdle mixed in with lead back Tony Pollard throughout, meaning the increased usage was likely by design and not a function of the positive game environment. Furthering that notion was the timing of his touchdown plunge, which came with six minutes remaining in the second quarter. In other words, Dowdle appears to have forced a strict timeshare with Pollard for the time being and could prove useful as a fantasy asset for managers needing an RB3 with RB2 upside.
  • DAL Wide Receiver #13
    Michael Gallup caught 3-of-5 targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ Week 14 win over the Eagles.
    Dak Prescott connected with Gallup on a rub-screen from one-yard out to end the first half. He would later add a 39-yard grab down the sideline on the team’s final possession to pad his counting stats. Gallup remains behind wide receivers CeeDee Lamb and Brandin Cooks and tight end Jake Ferguson in the target pecking order in Dallas but should return sporadic fantasy utility down the stretch.
  • DAL Wide Receiver #88
    CeeDee Lamb caught 6-of-10 targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboy’s Week 14 win over the Eagles.
    Lamb was understandably emphasized early against the Eagles, reaching pay dirt just five minutes into the game on Dallas’ first possession. The volume slowed down from there as quarterback Dak Prescott fed five or more targets to five different pass-catchers, but the fantasy returns remained elite for one of the league’s most consistent wide receivers. Up next is a difficult test against a Bills team holding opponents to just 18.8 points per game in Week 15.
  • DAL Tight End #87
    Jake Ferguson caught 5-of-8 targets for 72 yards in the Cowboys’ Week 14 win over the Eagles.
    Ferguson narrowly edged alpha wide receiver CeeDee Lamb in yardage but failed to corral his only end zone target. Even so, Ferguson’s robust red zone role continues to give him immense weekly upside on the offense averaging the most points per game through 14 weeks. Up next for Ferguson is a difficult test against the Bills on the road in Week 15.