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  • FA Linebacker #56
    Foster was last seen in the USFL but could soon find himself on an NFL roster. The former first-round pick hasn’t played an NFL snap since 2018 and has 101 tackles and 10 TFLs to his name. Foster is a potential option to replace linebacker Jerome Baker, who suffered an MCL injury in Week 13’s win over the Commanders and is considered week-to-week. Foster wouldn’t be expected to see significant snaps anytime soon, even if the Dolphins do sign him.
  • DET Center #77
    Campbell said news on Ragnow’s injury postgame was more good than bad, but it’s possible he will miss Week 14. Ragnow was knocked from Sunday’s matchup against the Saints in the second quarter and didn’t return to the field. He missed time earlier this season with a foot injury and could miss at least one week with this new injury he’s dealing with. Guard Graham Glasgow took over for Ragnow after his injury and would presumably start at center next week if Ragnow can’t go.
  • NE Wide Receiver #1
    Parker stepped up to lead the Patriots with 64 yards in their Week 13 loss to the Chargers. His 64 yards were his most since Week 1, as he’s cracked 50 yards only twice in nine games. Parker won’t be on the fantasy radar for Week 14 regardless of him suiting up or not.
  • NE Wide Receiver #81
    Douglas missed Sunday’s contest against the Chargers with a concussion and will miss Week 14’s primetime matchup against the Steelers if he’s unable to clear concussion protocol. Douglas has caught 36 passes for 410 yards this season and leads the team in receiving yards. Even if he’s active against the Steelers, he’ll be hard to trust as anything more than a WR4 against a stout defense.
  • NE Wide Receiver #7
    Smith-Schuster led the Patriots in snaps against the Chargers but only had one catch for 11 yards to show for his efforts. One of the bigger offseason signings for the Patriots this offseason, Smith-Schuster is trending toward being a one-and-done player in New England. The Pats are thin at receiver, meaning he’ll have a chance to suit up on Thursday if active. He’s off the Week 14 fantasy regardless of whether or not he plays.
  • NE Running Back #15
    Zeke totaled 92 yards from scrimmage in Week 13’s loss to the Chargers, serving as the team’s lead back after Rhamondre Stevenson (ankle) was knocked from the game. Stevenson was listed as a DNP on Monday’s injury report and should be considered a long-shot to play in Week 14 against the Steelers. If Stevenson is unable to go, Zeke would be a fringe RB2/RB3 against a stout Steelers defense.
  • NE Running Back #38
    Stevenson was expected to undergo an MRI on his ankle after exiting Sunday’s contest against the Chargers. The team is expecting the MRI to reveal a high-ankle sprain, although no official word on the MRI has been released at this time. Still, Stevenson being listed as a DNP on Monday wasn’t that surprising. With the Patriots playing on a short week, it’s unlikely we’ll see Stevenson play in Week 14 against the Steelers, leaving the door open for Ezekiel Elliott to draw the start. We’ll see how Stevenson progresses throughout the week, but fantasy managers should have backup plans in place for the Pats’ RB1.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    The story out of Jets camp gets only weirder. Russini reported earlier that Wilson was “reluctant” to return as the Jets’ starter despite the team’s interest in starting him in Week 14 against the Texans. According to Russini, “Wilson remained apprehensive due to perceived injury risk” after Rodgers spoke with him, which is understandable given the current state of the Jets’ offensive line. However, Wilson is rapidly approaching the end of his football career if he doesn’t show anything redeemable over these final five weeks of the season. His time with the Jets is likely nearing an end, and his poor play over three seasons, coupled with this idea that he’s unwilling to start when his team needs him, won’t paint him in a positive light to any potential suitors.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #3
    Dell suffered a fractured fibula in the Texans’ Week 13 win over the Broncos, bringing his stellar rookie season to an end. A hand-picked receiver by rookie C.J. Stroud earlier this offseason, Dell’s season ends with 47 receptions for 709 yards and seven touchdowns. The explosive plays he became known for during his time at the University of Houston were quickly translating to the NFL, as Dell averaged 15.1 YPR while hauling in 10 receptions of 20-plus yards. He’ll now begin rehabbing in hopes of being ready for the start of 2024, in a year that could feature a massive jump for a much-improved Texans team.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    Speaking Monday, Saleh declined to name a starter for next week’s game and commented on earlier reports of Zach Wilson being “reluctant” to play, saying, “Let’s be clear, if he were reluctant to play, he wouldn’t be here.” There could be some truth to that, but Wilson being unwilling to suit up for a coach who has attempted to replace and bench him — while deserved, isn’t all that surprising. The offensive line is also a disaster, and the season is all but lost. Wilson opting to sit out and preserve his health heading into the offseason for whatever future his career holds makes some sense. The Jets are 4-8 and arguably the worst offense team of the last 20 years. Whoever gets the start won’t have any fantasy relevance beyond the skill position players they’re negatively impacting.

Football Morning in America

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


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Peter King explores the value of 49ers stud running back Christian McCaffrey and how his work without the ball is just as important as his work with it.
Relive all the action as the Packers defeated the Chiefs 27-19 at Lambeau Field in Week 13.
Jordan Love and Keisean Nixon catch up with Melissa Stark to explain how the Packers are “clicking as a unit,” what went into the critical interception, why this game was extra important and more.
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.
Mike Florio, Devin McCourty, Jason Garrett and Matthew Berry dive into Week 13, where the 49ers made a statement against the Eagles, the Lions bounced back, the Colts won in OT and more.
A.J. Dillon joins Jac Collinsworth, Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison to explain what makes Lambeau Field special in December, the differences between playing with Jordan Love and Aaron Rodgers and more.
Jordan Love throws one up to Christian Watson, who leaps into the air and comes down with it in the back of the end zone to put the Packers up 21-12 after the extra point in the third quarter.


Cowboys avoid loss in trap game against Seahawks
Dan Patrick reviews Dallas' win vs. Seattle, something he felt would be a trap game, and previews the final five games of the season for the Cowboys, which will serve as a litmus test for Dak Prescott's MVP candidacy.


Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson will be on the sideline for Monday night’s game against the Bengals and he may get to call his son’s number at some point during the contest.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin already ruled out Kenny Pickett for Thursday’s game against the Patriots, as the quarterback underwent ankle surgery on Monday.
A day after a blowout loss to the 49ers, the Eagles are bringing in reinforcements.
The Falcons lost a few players to injuries during Sunday’s 13-8 win over the Jets and head coach Arthur Smith offered updates on their conditions during his Monday press conference.

Matthew Berry

The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew discuss Dak Prescott’s performance against the Seattle Seahawks and why you can make the case for him to be the frontrunner for NFL MVP right now.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher debate New York Jets quarterback Tim Boyle’s passing props vs. the Falcons in Week 13, with odds presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.
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.

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 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.

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Patrick Daugherty breaks down all of Week 13’s biggest storylines, including Jordan Love’s continued breakout.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why fantasy managers should be cautious about trusting Justin Herbert and Austin Ekeler in the fantasy playoffs.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down the biggest waiver wire targets heading into Week 14, including Tyjae Spears and Ezekiel Elliott.
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More NFL News

The Bengals have made a couple of roster moves before Monday night’s matchup with the Jaguars.
Titans running back Derrick Henry avoided a concussion on Sunday, but a key member of the defense didn’t enjoy the same luck on the injury front.
During his Monday press conference, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said that the team would consider adding another quarterback while Kenny Pickett is recovering from ankle surgery.
After a disastrous day on special teams, the Titans have fired coordinator Craig Auckerman.
Titans running back Derrick Henry was evaluated for a concussion during Sunday’s overtime loss to the Colts, but head coach Mike Vrabel said he hasn’t been diagnosed with one.
Commanders defensive lineman Jonathan Allen grew up a Washington fan and has played there his entire career, but he wonders if he’s going to need to go elsewhere if he ever wants to win.
Pickett aggravated an ankle injury in Sunday’s loss to Arizona.
Arizona got its third win of the season on Sunday, soundly defeating the Steelers 24-10 in a game twice delayed by severe weather in the Pittsburgh area.