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  • LAC Linebacker #97
    Chargers HC Brandon Staley said LB Joey Bosa (foot) is likely headed to injured reserve.
    Even though the Pro Bowl pass rusher avoided structural damage after X-rays came back negative on the afflicted foot, it appears as if he will miss the next four games, at minimum, with a foot sprain suffered early in the team’s Week 11 loss to the Packers. In what is quickly becoming yet another lost season for the Chargers, it would appear to make the most sense to place the veteran linebacker on injured reserve to let his foot heal fully.
  • MIA Linebacker #55
    Dolphins LB Jerome Baker (knee) is week-to-week but will avoid a trip to the IR.
    Baker got injured in the second quarter of the Dolphins’ win over the Commanders but was not able to return to the game. Head coach Mike McDaniel said on Tuesday that Baker’s injury will not require surgery and the linebacker is considered week-to-week. Baker has 65 tackles and 1.5 sacks this season, so the Dolphins will look to replace that production in the starting lineup over the next few weeks.
  • MIA Guard #68
    Dolphins OG Robert Hunt (hamstring) is week-to-week and expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Titans.
    Hunt was the Dolphins’ second-round pick in the 2020 draft and has graded out as the 5th-best guard in the NFL this season, according to Pro Football Focus. Hunt has been equally adept in both pass blocking and run blocking, so his loss is a notable one. However, the Titans are also likely to be without stud defensive tackle Jeffrey Simmons, so Hunt’s injury might not impact the Dolphins much in Week 14, but they’ll hope he can come back soon.
  • NYJ Quarterback #15
    Jets signed QB Brett Rypien, formerly of the Seahawks.
    Rypien had been on the Seahawks practice squad after starting a game last month for the Rams. He’ll likely back up Zach Wilson, who’s set to retake the Jets starting role with the release of Tim Boyle.
  • JAX Wide Receiver #13
    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Christian Kirk (core) will likely require surgery.
    Kirk left Monday night’s game against the Bengals after catching a 26-yard pass from Trevor Lawrence — probably his final reception of the 2023 season. Kirk’s absence will create a fantasy-viable slot role for rookie WR Parker Washington, who caught all six of his targets for 61 yards and a score against the Bengals. Washington ran 80 percent of his pass routes from the slot. He should be picked up in most 12-team PPR formats.
  • FA Quarterback #7
    Jets released QB Tim Boyle.
    Boyle threw four picks and one touchdown in two games as New York’s starter after the team succumbed to public pressure and benched Zach Wilson. The team has reportedly asked Wilson to step back into to the starting job — a request not fully embraced by the third-year quarterback. Wilson will likely get the starting gig for Week 14 against the Texans now that Boyle is out of the picture. The Jets signed journeyman QB Brett Rypien on Tuesday.
  • JAX Quarterback #16
    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Trevor Lawrence has a high ankle sprain.
    Pederson qualified the injury description by calling it “just” a high ankle sprain, but as fantasy managers know, such an injury can cost a player several games. NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe reported Tuesday morning that Lawrence should be able to return to the field at some point this season. He’s definitely out for Week 14 against the Browns, meaning C.J. Beathard will be under center for Jacksonville.
  • NYG Quarterback #15
    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Tommy DeVito will start in Week 14 against the Packers.
    DeVito has played well of late, with four touchdowns and no interceptions to go along with a 68.7 percent completion rate over his past two outings. He’ll get the nod for Monday night’s game against Green Bay despite Tyrod Taylor’s practice window opening this week. Taylor continues to recover from a serious rib injury he sustained last month. DeVito is only viable in deeper superflex formats against the Packers.
  • WAS Offensive Coordinator
    NFL insider Josina Anderson reports the Bears are interested in Commanders offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.
    Head coach Matt Eberflus is “under evaluation” with the Bears over the season’s final month, per Anderson. The team is looking into Bieniemy — among others — as a head coach candidate in 2024. Without a strong finish to the season, Eberflus is almost certainly out shortly after the regular season concludes. Eberflus is 7-22 as Chicago’s head coach since the start of the 2022 season. Bieniemy could be a tough get for the Bears if the Commanders move on from head coach Ron Rivera and offer Bieniemy the top spot.
  • JAX Quarterback #16
    NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe reports Trevor Lawrence avoided a season-ending ankle injury.
    Lawrence bent back awkwardly in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s loss to the Bengals and proceeded to limp for several minutes to the Jacksonville locker room. Wolfe said Lawrence “tried to stand on ankle before leaving in walking boot/crutches.” He’ll likely miss multiple weeks with the apparently serious ankle injury but should be back in 2023, per Wolfe. Until then, CJ Beathard — who acquitted himself well against the Bengals — will be under center for the Jaguars. It’s a downgrade for all fantasy-relevant Jaguars besides, perhaps, Evan Engram, who should absorb more check downs in the coming weeks.
  • NE Running Back #38
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Rhamondre Stevenson (ankle) is expected to miss several weeks.
    Stevenson, done in by the dreaded hip drop tackle in Week 13 against the Chargers, should miss the remainder of the fantasy football season. That puts Ezekiel Elliott in the RB1 role for a run-first New England offense that has been 10 percent below its expected drop back rate since Week 10. Elliott in Week 13 saw 21 touches — including five targets — against LA. It’s a perfectly fine workload for a top-24 fantasy option. Elliott should see most or all of the team’s red zone work, with Ty Montgomery serving as the Patriots’ No. 2 back with Stevenson sidelined. Montgomery can be picked up in deeper formats in case Elliott gets dinged up.