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  • GB Tight End #88
    Packers listed Luke Musgrave (abdomen) as DNP on Monday’s estimated practice report.
    Musgrave was shaken up in the Packers’ Week 11 win over the Chargers. While the team never formally announced an injury for the rookie tight end, this abdomen issue is likely what left him temporarily sidelined. The Packers didn’t hold an official practice on Monday, but an estimated DNP still isn’t great. We’ll have a better sense on his Week 12 status when the Packers take the field on Tuesday for their first practice of the week. If he draws a second DNP, it’d be safe to assume Musgrave is on the wrong side of playing in Week 12.
  • ARI Wide Receiver #2
    Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon said Marquise Brown (heel) is “trending in the right direction” to play Week 13 against the Steelers.
    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.
  • ARI Wide Receiver #14
    Michael Wilson (shoulder) is out for Week 13 against the Steelers.
    Wilson sustained a setback to his shoulder injury two weeks ago and has not practiced since. The Cardinals’ receivers are banged up headed into Week 13, with Marquise Brown iffy with a heel injury. Greg Dortch could be a volume-based WR2 option if Brown and Wilson are out this week.
  • NYJ Running Back #33
    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Dalvin Cook (shoulder) “should be fine” for Week 13.
    Cook is again dealing with a shoulder injury but should suit up against the Falcons on Sunday. He is not fantasy relevant and should remain on all waiver wires.
  • NYJ Quarterback #8
    ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) is “not close to being game ready.”
    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 Running Back #31
    DeeJay Dallas rushed one time for six yards in the Seahawks’ Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.
    Completely mothballed behind every-down back Zach Charbonnet in Ken Walker’s (oblique) continued absence, Dallas’ only handle came after Charbonnet departed in the waning moments with a knee injury. Dallas would be the Seahawks’ lead back for Week 14 against the 49ers if neither Walker nor Charbonnet can go.
  • DAL Running Back #23
    Rico Dowdle rushed five times for 15 yards in the Cowboys’ Week 13 win over the Seahawks, adding a seven-yard reception.
    With garbage time never materializing in a surprisingly competitive contest, Dowdle was limited to pure breather handles as he got out-touched 23-6 by Tony Pollard. This, after Dowdle took the ball only four times in Dallas’ Thanksgiving blowout of the Commanders. Dowdle’s apparent mid-season momentum has stalled without him establishing standalone FLEX value. He is a pure contingency option behind the inefficient Pollard.
  • SEA Tight End #87
    Noah Fant caught 3-of-4 targets for 43 yards in the Seahawks’ Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.
    The 43 yards were Fant’s most since Week 3, while he should have scored his first touchdown of 2023. Instead, the refs ruled the Cowboys called timeout before the Seahawks snapped the ball. 25 of Fant’s yards came on a beautiful diving grab in Cowboys territory. It was a nice reminder of what Fant is capable of, but he is too buried in the Seahawks’ targets mix to offer true TE2 value headed into Week 14 vs. San Francisco.
  • DAL Wide Receiver #3
    Brandin Cooks caught 4-of-4 targets for 45 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ Week 13 win over the Seahawks.
    Cooks’ second score in as many weeks was his fifth of the season and fifth in seven games. With the Cowboys going pass heavy for the better part of two months now, Cooks has shaken his slow start to become a WR3, if a volatile one. He will have an excellent Week 14 setup against an Eagles defense continuing to bleed aerial production in the second half of the season.
  • DAL Tight End #87
    Jake Ferguson caught 6-of-8 targets for 77 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ Week 13 win over the Seahawks.
    Coming off a super quiet Weeks 11-12, Ferguson had one of his best overall outings of the season. The catches and yards were both his second most, while his fifth score of the year was his fourth in six weeks. One of Ferguson’s missed connections was an unconverted end zone look. For the score that did go in the books, he seemed to bewitch Seahawks S Jamal Adams. Now a bona fide TE1 in this elite offense, Ferguson will be party to a high-end Week 14 scoring environment vs. Philadelphia.
  • SEA Wide Receiver #16
    Tyler Lockett caught 5-of-8 targets for 47 yards in the Seahawks’ Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.
    It was yet another disappointing outing in an increasingly disappointing season for the veteran wideout. One of Lockett’s missed connections was a brutal drop, while he was the intended target on Geno Smith’s only interception. Lockett did contribute a 40-yard DPI to set the Seahawks up at the Cowboys’ nine-yard line, but he has now exceeded 60 yards just three times in 12 appearances. Life isn’t going to get any easier in next Sunday’s 49ers rematch.