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  • CHI Running Back #21
    Foreman left the Bears’ Week 11 game with the ankle issue and did not return. He sat out of the following game but got the bye week to recover and is now good to go. Roschon Johnson took over the backfield in Week 12, but it’s anyone’s guess as to who leads the way in carries versus the Lions. Foreman is likely to weakest option of the bunch for fantasy purposes, though this is ultimately a situation to avoid altogether until we get more clarity.
  • CLE Quarterback #15
    Dorian Thompson-Robinson was back at practice as he works his way through concussion protocol, but he was taking reps with the second-team on Wednesday. That could just be a one-day split since this is DTR’s first practice since suffering the concussion; however, Flacco looked good in his first start of the season on Sunday and could be the steady, veteran presence that the Browns need to claim a playoff spot. As of now, the team has not yet decided on a starting quarterback for Week 14.
  • SF Defensive Tackle #91
    49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that Armstead is unlikely to play on Sunday. The big defensive tackle came into the game against the Eagles with a foot injury and aggravated it, leaving the game early. It now appears that he’ll miss Week 14 as well in order to heal up for the rest of the season. He has five sacks and four TFLs this season, so his presence will be missed on the interior of that defensive line.
  • NYG Tight End #12
    Waller was placed on injured reserve after re-aggravating a lingering hamstring issue in Week 8. He is eligible to return now and told reporters he has been running routes. With Waller eying a return next week, Daniel Bellinger will draw the start for the Giant’s Week 14 matchup with the Packers. Bellinger hasn’t caught more than three passes in a game this year and is not on the fantasy radar.
  • JAX Quarterback #16
    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said that it was too soon after Monday’s game for Lawrence to be practicing; however, he made it clear that this does not impact Lawrence’s potential availability for Week 14. Pederson said the Jaguars policy is to not have players practice if there’s a chance a player can risk further damage to that injury. As a result, it would seem unlikely that Lawrence will practice until later in the week, if at all.
  • CLE Cornerback #29
    Mitchell was the 142nd overall pick in this year’s draft out of Northwestern after putting together two-straight collegiate seasons with PFF tackling grades of 83.0 and 87.7. The rookie appeared in eight games to start the season, starting one of them. In that time, he made nine tackles and had one pass defended. His return, when paired with the return of Browns’ starting cornerback Denzel Ward, should add depth to the Cleveland secondary for their playoff push.
  • PHI Tight End #88
    “Dallas in Dallas has a ring to it,” he said on Wednesday. “I’m really glad I’m able to go and put everything else to bed and get out there and play football again.” While the team has yet to officially announce Goedert’s return, his own words make it seem as though it’s a given. While no tight end has stepped up for the Eagles without Goedert, DeVonta Smith has seen a major increase in workload and performance since the star tight end was been sidelined. Since Week 10, Smith has a 33 percent target share and 52 percent of the team’s air yards, compared to a 21 percent target share and 30 percent of the air yards before Goedert got hurt. That’s not to say the Eagles will revert back to using Smith the same way and ignore the recent success he’s had, but he may not fly as high as he has been.
  • NYG Quarterback #8
    Jones told reporters that doctors did not find any additional damage when he underwent surgery on his torn ACL. Jones went down with the knee injury in Week 9. A mix of Tyrod Taylor and Tommy DeVito has been the team’s unsuccessful answer to Jones’s absence. General manager Joe Schoen has already said Jones is the team’s starter when healthy, so as long as Jones is available for training camp, he should have a shot at suiting up in Week 1.
  • CLE Cornerback #21
    This is big news for a defense that has their star player, Myles Garrett, nursing a major shoulder injury that prevented him from making a tackle on Sunday. While another week could help Garrett heal up, having Denzel Ward back in the secondary would also be a huge boost for a Browns defense that is hoping to help its team sneak into the postseason. Ward being back on Wednesday doesn’t mean he’s a lock to play on Sunday, but it’s certainly a step in the right direction and makes the Browns a more attractive option as a fantasy defense against a Jaguars team that may not have Trevor Lawrence at quarterback.
  • CLE Quarterback #17
    While Thompson-Robinson is still working his way through the concussion protocol, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski announced that the quarterback would practice on Wednesday. He also said that the team has not committed to a starting quarterback for Sunday and wants to wait to see how the week of practice goes. Fantasy managers should be hoping for Joe Flacco to get another nod under center. Flacco attempted 19 passes that traveled more than 10 air yards last weekend, which was the most by any Browns quarterback in five years. If he plays, Browns receivers have a better chance of making plays and putting up big fantasy days.

Football Morning in America

Peter King dives into what may be the NFL’s next big rivalry: The San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.



49ers played man vs. Eagles to shut down run
Chris Simms shares why the 49ers, who don't normally play man coverage, did so against the Eagles to shut down Jalen Hurts and Philadelphia's running game, as well as the bad habits that he's still seeing from Hurts.
Final Push For Fantasy Playoffs
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Denny Carter breaks down players running hot and cold, including Zack Moss, Taysom Hill, DeVonta Smith, and David Njoku.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew talks about who is hot before Week 14, including Ja’Marr Chase lighting things up and De’Von Achane running wild while healthy.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Patrick Daugherty and Denny Carter break down why Nico Collins is now a WR1 candidate and how De’Von Achane’s return bodes for his performance moving forward.
Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 14.
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 13 of the NFL season.


Despite an ugly performance against the Bears in Week 12, the Vikings are sticking with Josh Dobbs.
Colts running back Jonathan Taylor missed last week’s game after undergoing surgery to repair his injured thumb.
The Titans worked out punters on Tuesday and they signed one of them on Wednesday.

Matthew Berry

The FFHH crew gives their early line alerts for NFL Week 14, including the Bengals remaining underdogs at home and an alt line for Rams-Ravens presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew takes a look at the injuries their tracking this week and talk about how Bailey Zappe potentially starting for the Patriots will affect the betting lines for the game.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers break down what Ezekiel Elliott, Tyjae Spears and other available running backs can provide from a fantasy perspective in Week 14.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers recap the Bengals upset win in MNF vs. the Jaguars, including the injury to Trevor Lawrence and the stellar play of backup QB Jake Browning.

Simms Unbuttoned

Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed give you the headlines for NFL Week 13 where Sam LaPorta is the key to the Lions’ success and Tyreek Hill makes a case for MVP after another class performance for the Dolphins.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed react to the 49ers running over the Eagles in NFL Week 13 and dive into the numbers on how a more rested San Francisco took over the game on the ground.
Chris Simms and Mike Florio are both confident in their pick between the Arizona Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 13, largely because the game’s conditions will benefit one team.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms discuss their best bets for Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season, including the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys.

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Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 13 of the NFL season.
Eric Samulski gives out his fantasy football awards for Week 13 action
Bet the Edge Podcast

Bet the EDGE with Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick is here to provide listeners with sharp actionable insight, market analysis and statistical data to help bettors gain more information before placing their wagers. So whether you’re targeting spreads and totals, looking for value in futures markets or circling player props, give our podcast a listen to give you that extra edge.

More NFL News

In one of the lowest-scoring games of the season, field position was at a premium.
Lions linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin helped his team hold off the Saints last Sunday with key plays on defense and special teams.
Houston cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. came up with two big interceptions in Sunday’s win over Denver.
The Buccaneers got a much-needed win last Sunday and safety Antoine Winfield Jr. had a big hand in providing it.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy is not going to let appendicitis keep him off the sidelines for Sunday night’s big game against the Eagles.
Jake Browning put together an impressive performance against the Jaguars on Monday night and now he’s been rewarded for it.
The 49ers won the biggest game on the Week 13 schedule and wide receiver Deebo Samuel had a big hand in the victory.
The Panthers will have a new head coach for the 2024 season and they will also have a new plan for training camp.
Miller turned himself in after an arrest warrant for domestic violence was issued last week.
Earlier this season, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made it clear that he has no problem with the short-yardage play the Eagles have perfected.