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  • KC Wide Receiver #19
    Toney missed Week 12 because of the pair of injuries but looks ready to return after just one absence. Toney has peaked at 35 receiving yards in a game this year and has just one touchdown. Fantasy managers should have cut bait on him weeks ago.
  • PHI Tight End #88
    Goedert went down with the arm injury in Week 9. The Eagles declined to put him on injured reserve meaning that expect him to miss fewer than four games. He has only missed two so far and looks likely to sit for a third when the Eagles take on the 49ers on Sunday. Jack Stoll will start in his place but has no fantasy value for Week 13.
  • PHI Wide Receiver #6
    Smith, A.J. Brown, and D’Andre Swift were all estimated as limited for Wednesday’s walkthrough. All three played through their injuries last week and will almost certainly do so again versus the 49ers in Week 13. Smith has seen an uptick in targets since Dallas Goedert went down. Goedert will likely sit again this week, keeping Smith near the top of the WR2 ranks.
  • PHI Running Back #0
    Swift played through the knee issue without any limitations last week and a limited session on Wednesday indicates he will do the same in Week 13. Swift gets a tough matchup with the 49ers’ stalwart defense this week. Still, operating as the lead-back on one of the best offenses in football will keep him in the RB2 ranks for Week 13.
  • PHI Wide Receiver #11
    Brown played through the thigh issue last week after missing Wednesday’s practice, so a limited session this time around is actually an improvement. There’s no reason to believe he won’t play in Week 13. Brown will sit firmly within the WR1 ranks for Philly’s matchup with San Francisco.
  • PHI Defensive Tackle #91
    Cox suffered the groin injury in the second quarter of Philly’s Week 12 matchup with the Bills. A DNP to start the week is not a good sign for his availability versus the 49ers. The Eagles’ have enough depth on the defensive line to handle his absence, though it’s never good to lose a veteran of his caliber.
  • NE Running Back #15
    The veteran played the entire game in Week 12 against the Giants, but appears to have been banged up in the process. Many veterans take Wednesday as a rest day, but with the Patriots listing Elliott on the official report with a thigh injury, it becomes something to monitor. It’s unlikely that he misses any time, but if he were to, it would be a big boost for Rhamondre Stevenson, who would have the backfield to himself.
  • PHI Tackle #65
    Johnson was added to the injury report on Sunday morning with the groin issue. He ultimately sat out of the Eagles’ matchup with the Bills. Johnson eventually said he popped scar tissue in his groin from last season, causing him to sit. A limited practice on Wednesday suggests he will be back in action for a crucial Week 13 matchup with the 49ers.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #13
    There seems to be no indication that the injury is anything serious, and Allen often gets Wednesday practices off for “vet rest.” However, the team listed him as a DNP with a quad injury on the official report, so it’s at least something to monitor as the week goes on.
  • NO Safety #6
    Defensive end Cameron Jordan also sat out of Wednesday’s practice. He is dealing with an ankle issue. Both players have started every game they have been active for this year. Jordan has two sacks and a fumble recovery while Maye has a pair of interceptions plus a sack. Losing both for Week 13 would make the Saints a slightly easier matchup for Detroit.

Football Morning in America

Peter King unpacks the Eagles’ ‘Rocky Balboa’ season after their statement Week 12 win over the Bills, Jessie Bates’ big day in Atlanta and much more in Football Morning in America.



Wilson's faith paying off with Broncos' resurgence
Liv Moods praises Russell Wilson for keeping his faith in the Denver Broncos, who have turned their season around with a five-game winning streak -- but Michael Holley isn't fully on board just yet.


Spencer Rattler once was the betting favorite to go No. 1 overall in the 2022 draft.
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was wearing a sling for his left shoulder when he spoke to reporters after Sunday’s game, saying that he felt a pop during the game.
The Seahawks got defensive lineman Leonard Williams back to full practice participation on Wednesday, but they aren’t calling him a sure thing for Thursday night’s game against the Cowboys.
Two-way players are rare in the modern NFL, but Malcolm Rodriguez has played both offense and defense for the Lions this season, and his workload is likely to increase on both sides of the ball.

Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers break down what Baker Mayfield and other available quarterbacks can provide from a fantasy perspective in Week 13.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew breaks down the top waiver wire options for fantasy football owners in need of wide receiver help in Week 13.
The FFHH crew picks out some futures bets from DraftKings Sportsbook, including Mike Tomlin’s odds for NFL Coach of the Year, Tyreek Hill’s Offensive Player of the Year odds and more.

Simms Unbuttoned

Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed analyze Trevor Lawrence’s Next Gen Stats against the Houston Texans in Week 12 and how he was able to attack the field and open things up for the Jacksonville Jaguars offense.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed explain why the Houston Texans are a smart bet to make the playoffs and examine other teams in the AFC playoff picture, with odds presented by DraftKings Sportsbook
Chris Simms reveals his headlines for NFL Week 12, including the New York Giants opening up the offense with Tommy DeVito under center and the Carolina Panthers’ continued struggles.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Hilow dissects the winning Milly Maker roster from Week 12
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 12 of the NFL season.
Lawrence Jackson explains why AJ Dillon and DeVonta Smith have better matchups than you think in Week 13.
Denny Carter looks at regression candidates like Christian Watson, Rashee Rice, Evan Engram, and more.
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More NFL News

The Buccaneers have placed a recent first-round pick on the bench.
The shortcomings of the Panthers offense were a leading reason why head coach Frank Reich was fired on Monday and a particular focus of those shortcomings has been the play of first overall pick Bryce Young.
Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons returned to practice Wednesday and has no injury designation for Thursday Night Football.
The two NFC East teams vying for linebacker Shaquille Leonard’s services will have to wait a bit for him to make a decision.
Word on Wednesday morning was that Texans right tackle Tytus Howard will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury and the team moved him off the active roster later in the day.
Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield hurt his ankle last Sunday, but he returned to the game and it doesn’t look like the ankle is going to impact his availability for this weekend’s game against the Panthers.
The Chiefs are getting one of their key defensive players back on the practice field.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had nothing to offer when it came to the identity of the team’s starting quarterback at a Wednesday press conference, but reporters at the open portion of the team’s practice passed along some information that could shed some light on plans for Week 13.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday that he would allow wide receiver Diontae Johnson to speak for himself about the lack of effort he showed in trying to make a tackle after a lost fumble by running back Jaylen Warren in last Sunday’s win over the Bengals.