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  • PHI Running Back #0
    It was a bad outing for Swift and the Eagles’ rushing attack, as the running backs managed 20 rushing yards on nine combined touches. Swift’s six rush attempts led the Eagles’ backfield, while his six targets were tied with Kenneth Gainwell. He managed just seven receiving yards on two receptions and was knocked from the game late in the fourth quarter with a hard, albeit legal, hit. He walked off the field under his own power, and nothing was said of it after the game. For now, we’d assume he’s fine and will be ready to go for Week 14 against the Cowboys, but we’ll see what happens when the team’s injury report drops on Wednesday. Assuming he’s healthy, Swift would be a volume-based RB2 in Week 14 against the Cowboys.
  • PIT Quarterback #8
    Pickett departed the team’s Week 13 loss to the Cardinals late in the second quarter and did not return. Further testing after the game revealed an ailment that would require surgery, which is expected to sideline the quarterback for the next two to four weeks. Expect Mitch Trubisky to serve as the interim starter under center for the Steelers, likely to draw starts against the Patriots in Week 14 and the Colts in Week 15, at minimum.
  • SF Tight End #85
    Kittle’s second and third receptions went for a combined 57 yards. The two splash plays saved him from what would have been an otherwise disappointing outing, but Kittle has totaled 68 or more yards in five of his last six games and is a weekly TE1 as far as fantasy is concerned. He’ll get a chance to makeup for a lousy 3/19 outing in Week 12 against the Seahawks when he takes them on again in Week 14.
  • TB Tight End #88
    Otton got in some good cardio work, which is nice. It comes as something of a surprise after Otton recorded at least four receptions in three of his past four games, seeing some looks in the red zone along the way. Otton should remain a low-end TE2 option in Week 14 against the Falcons based on his route volume.
  • CAR Wide Receiver #15
    Mingo led the team in routes, targets, receptions, and yards but continued with his inefficient ways. Nearly half of his receiving yardage came on a second half sideline toss form Bryce Young. The rookie — who last week made one of the worst attempted sideline catches in football history — continues to rack up air yards as Carolina’s only viable downfield threat. Mingo will be a WR4 option in Week 14 against the Falcons.
  • CAR Running Back #6
    Sanders played the part of breather back behind Chuba Hubbard, who saw 25 carries and rushed for 104 yards and two scores against Tampa. Sanders functioned as the team’s passing down back. The wildly inefficient Sanders is strictly an insurance back option for the remainder of the regular season.
  • SF Wide Receiver #11
    Aiyuk has now scored in four straight weeks and is averaging 76.8 yards and 3.8 receptions per game during his streak. He gave the 49ers their first touchdown of the day when Brock Purdy found him in the back of the end zone in the second quarter for a two-yard score, giving Purdy the first of his four touchdown passes on the afternoon. With 50 receptions for 927 yards and six touchdowns on the season, Aiyuk is on track for a career year. He needs only 89 receiving yards to set a new career high in yards and is three touchdowns off a new touchdown mark. He’ll look to continue his hot season in Week 14 against the Seahawks.
  • CLE Tight End #88
    Bryant essentially operated as the Browns’ third receiving option once Amari Cooper left the game with a concussion. Joe Flacco was able to have a lot of success on playaction, which allowed Bryant to get open over the middle of the field a few times today, including on his touchdown grab. Bryant is still operating behind David Njoku, but the Browns have a pretty thin receiving corps, so Bryant could emerge as a TE2 option if Cooper were to miss any time and Flacco were to remain under center.
  • CLE Tight End #85
    Njoku was tied for second on the team in targets, but he simply couldn’t get anything going against the Rams. He did have a 30-yard catch-and-run overturned when it was decided that a portion of the outside of his foot stepped on the white sideline before coming back in bounds to make a catch. The Browns offense looked surprisingly solid for much of the game with Flacco under center, which means better days should be ahead for Njoku, who has succeeded regardless of who the Browns play under center.
  • LAR Tight End #89
    Higbee didn’t have a huge game, and then left in the fourth quarter with a neck injury. On the bright side, the tight end was Matthew Stafford’s primary target on two first down plays, showcasing the trust Higbee has from his quarterback. He also remained third on the team in targets prior to leaving the game, but too many other receivers get involved in the passing game to rely on Higbee as anything more than a TE2 in fantasy. We’ll also have to monitor his practice reports to see how serious his neck injury in, but he did reportedly clear concussion protocol.
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In this episode of “Gets It,” Michael Smith chats with Chris Jones to discuss the identity of the Kansas City Chiefs, what makes this year’s defense so impressive, evolving as a leader and the business of the NFL.
Jordan Love finds Ben Sims open in the end zone to put the Packers up 7-0 after the extra point in the first quarter against the Chiefs.
Sunday’s 49ers-Eagles matchup was not just the biggest game of Week 13, it’s one of the most important games of this NFL season in its impact on the playoff picture, a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game and perhaps a preview of this season’s.
Mike Florio explains how Bruce Irvin came up with a huge sack on Derek Carr, despite only practicing in pads three times since January, as well as provides an update on Carr’s status.
Brock Purdy threw four touchdowns in his return to Philadelphia.
DeMeco Ryans explains all the preparation that went into Jimmie Ward’s game-clinching interception and how the safety came up big in his return.
Tua Tagovailoa explains how the Dolphins are beginning to “lock in” as a team by staying late, working harder and going the extra mile.


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.


'No reason to think' Hurts will miss SNF v. Dallas
Mike Florio reports on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts' injury status, a Nick Sirianni apology to Kyle Shanahan and the possibility of the NFL disciplining the Eagles and their head of security Dom DiSandro.


Both 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw and Eagles head of security Dom DiSandro were ejected after a second-half sideline altercation on Sunday.
After losing Sunday’s game to the Cardinals, the Steelers will at least temporarily have to continue their postseason push without quarterback Kenny Pickett.
The Lions have a significant injury concern on their offensive line.
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts briefly left today’s loss to the 49ers, but head coach Nick Sirianni didn’t sound overly concerned about his quarterback’s health afterward.

Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers, Jay Croucher and Denny Carter discuss why you should proceed with caution for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice moving forward.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss what De’Von Achane’s return will mean for the Miami Dolphins backfield, plus they highlight the top fantasy players in the 49ers-Eagles matchup.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew track a few key injuries going into the weekend and discuss New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers still not being close to game ready.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew discuss Geno Smith’s monster performance in a Week 13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys and wonder if it’s a sign of things to come for the veteran quarterback.

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 Mike Florio spell out why it’s hard to have much belief in the Bengals right now and against the Jags, who have learned a lot this season.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 13.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down his fantasy football starts and sits for Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.
Below is a look at the league’s most extreme run funnel and pass funnel defenses through Week 12 — teams being consistently attacked on the ground or through the air regardless of game script.
Zachary Krueger dives into expected fantasy points from Week 12 and highlights a few players who could be flying under the radar heading into Week 13.
Bet the Edge Podcast

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More NFL News

Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love stands tall in the face of the Kansas City pressure and finds Christian Watson in the end zone to give the Packers a 14-3 lead in the second quarter.
New Browns quarterback Joe Flacco played well for much of Sunday’s game against the Rams.
The Panthers, in their first game with interim coach Chris Tabor, did what they have done most of this season.
The Steelers do not yet know the severity of quarterback Kenny Pickett’s ankle injury.
Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander will not play in Sunday Night Football.
The good news for the Eagles is that quarterback Jalen Hurts was cleared to return after being evaluated for a concussion.
Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans extended his NFL record of 1,000-yard seasons to start a career.
The Rams have gotten into the end zone for the second time on Sunday, giving the club a 20-13 lead over the Browns.