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Football Morning in America

Peter King examines the Bills’ convincing win over the Dolphins in Week 4, Deion Sanders mania in Colorado and more in Football Morning in America.

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  • NO Wide Receiver #10
    The former longtime Saint is headed to Denver after spending over five seasons in New Orleans. After being placed on injured reserve before the regular season, Smith is looking to provide depth in the Broncos receiving room.
  • CHI Wide Receiver #10
    After being inactive on Sunday, Chase Claypool was away from the team on Monday and is not expected to practice or play this week. At this point, it would be a shock if he played another snap for the Bears, which is a disaster considering they gave up the 32nd overall pick to acquire him from the Steelers last year.
  • CHI Defensive Back #33
    Joining Johnson on the sideline was starting free safety Eddie Jackson. While Jackson has said he expects to play, both players not being able to suit up on Tuesday is a bit of a concern with the Bears taking on the Commanders on the road on Thursday night. If the Bears are down half of their starting secondary again, that will only make things even more enticing for Sam Howell, Terry McLaurin, and the rest of the Washington offense.
  • NYG Guard #67
    Pugh was the team’s 2013 first-round pick and will now return with the Giants in desperate need of offensive line help. Left tackle Andrew Thomas is still working his way back from injury and rookie center John Michael Schmitz suffered a shoulder injury on Monday night. While Pugh will begin on the practice squad, it’s not a stretch to see him on the active roster and seeing snaps in a couple of weeks.
  • SEA Quarterback #7
    Carroll was asked if Geno was OK during his weekly radio show and said, “I think so.” While it’s not a heartening endorsement of health, Carroll later said, "“He kind of twisted his knee a little bit, yeah. It really was knee and ankle at first, but I think it just came down to taping up the ankle and then his knee was a little bit — he might be sore [Tuesday.] He’ll need a break.” It sounds like Geno may sit out a few practices, but should be fine long-term given that the Seahawks have a bye this week.
  • DET Wide Receiver #11
    Mims finds a new home after spending a short time with the Lions. The Steelers need receiver depth and are looking for Mims to fill a void. He’s still recovering from an ankle injury that he suffered in training camp with the Lions.
  • PIT Quarterback #8
    In other words, embattled offensive coordinator Matt Canada will continue calling plays for the NFL’s worst offense. Tomlin has offered some mild critiques of the Steelers offense — 31st in EPA per play this year — but has stopped short of scaling back Canada’s role. It’s hard to say if the Steelers offense will get worse if Kenny Pickett (knee) misses time. Tomlin said Pickett would practice Wednesday, though he seems iffy for Week 5 against Baltimore.
  • PHI Tight End #88
    Running a route on 86 percent of the team’s drop backs through Week 4, Goedert has a meager 14 percent target share and has yet to score a touchdown, disappointing those who drafted him in the middle rounds. He has a 19 percent target share in 2022. “Trust me — I promise you he’s still part of the plan of us wanting to get him the football,” Sirianni said when asked about Goedert’s slow start. “We need to get him the football. Sometimes there’s a dry spell in there, too, with what’s kind of going on right now. There are some different things that defenses are concerned of with Dallas that has affected some of the touches he’s gotten. It’s a bit of both. He is a great player. We rely on him.” Sirianni complimented Goedert’s run blocking — cold comfort for fantasy managers. Goedert drafters have little choice but to keep starting him, with the waiver wire barren of legit fantasy options. In Week 5, the Eagles play a Rams defense that gave up 107 yards and two touchdowns to Colts tight ends in Week 4.
  • TB Wide Receiver #13
    Fowler described Evans’ hamstring injury as “mild,” which “bodes well for his return” after the Bucs’ Week 5 bye. Evans left Tampa’s Week 4 game against the Saints with the injury and did not return. Evans drafters can be cautiously optimistic they’ll have him back for Week 6 against the Lions. Evans is ninth in receiving yards (337) this season.
  • NYG Wide Receiver #13
    The rookie continues to function as a part-time player in the struggling Giants offense. He ran a route on about half of the team’s drop backs against Seattle and was not targeted deep, as one might expect for the blazing fast wideout. Hyatt is nothing more than a stash in deeper formats for now.
Best of Week 4
Peter King examines the Bills’ convincing win over the Dolphins in Week 4, Deion Sanders mania in Colorado and more in Football Morning in America.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones took 10 sacks on Monday night, the most a quarterback had endured in one game in five years.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher share their thoughts on the Bills’ blowout of the Dolphins, Justin Fields’ career day and Puka Nacua’s bounce back.
Relive the best of the SNF action from Week 4, where the Chiefs defeated the Jets on the road 23-20.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms analyze what went wrong for the Giants against the Seahawks and explore why Daniel Jones has had one of the hardest last four years out of any QB.
Maria Taylor, Mike Florio, Devin McCourty and Jason Garrett dive into Week 4, where the Bills handed the Dolphins their first loss of the season, the Cowboys gave Bill Belichick the worst loss of his career and more.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes and RB Isiah Pacheco discuss Kansas City’s 23-20 win over the New York Jets on Sunday Night Football, including the team’s offense, Zach Wilson’s performance and more.



Bills blow past Dolphins; Bengals' struggles
Charles McDonald joins Brother From Another to discuss the Buffalo Bills' win over the Miami Dolphins and what the AFC North looks like with the Ravens' 3-1 start and the Bengals' struggles.


As October begins, the launch of the Christmas season looms.
The Bears turned in their second injury report of the week on Tuesday and it looked exactly like the first one.
Lions receiver Jameson Williams was on the practice field for the first time in the regular season.

Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher provide their best bets for the Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants Monday Night Football matchup.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher preview the Week 4 Monday Night Football matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss the Week 4 fantasy football duds, including Joe Burrow and Chris Olave.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss Christian McCaffrey and Michael Wilson’s big performances during Week 4.

Simms Unbuttoned

Chris Simms gives his headlines for Week 4 of the NFL, where the 49ers rode Christian McCaffrey’s huge day to another win and the Cowboys demolished the Patriots in Dallas.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed go inside the numbers after Josh Allen’s five-touchdown performance against the Dolphins in Week 4, where he displayed maturation in the Bills’ convincing win over their division rival.
Chris Simms and Mike Florio preview over the AFC West rivalry between the Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers, where both teams have question marks on defense entering Sunday’s showdown.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms explain why they like the Seahawks over the Giants at home in Week 4 because, though the New York defense is disruptive, the Seahawks offense has more “firepower.”

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Patrick Daugherty and Denny Carter debate how they plan to rank Rams rookie WR Puka Nacua when superstar Cooper Kupp returns from injury.
Eric Samulski gives his full defense rankings for Week 5 of the Fantasy Football season.
Gary Davenport examines the Team Defense landscape for Week 5 of the 2023 season, including some streaming options.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down the biggest waiver wire targets heading into Week 5 of the NFL season.
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More NFL News

We’ll soon find out whether Aaron Rodgers has been immunized from an attack by the Swifties.
Colts linebacker Shaquille Leonard has started every game this season, but his share of the playing time has not remained the same.
Cowboys offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer says third-string quarterback Trey Lance, who spent the last two years in San Francisco, will be a resource for Dallas as it prepares for Sunday night’s showdown against the 49ers.
49ers running back Christian McCaffrey is building an MVP resume.
Seahawks QB Geno Smith was sidelined for part of Monday’s game after hurting his knee.
The Giants offensive line was a disaster against the Seahawks on Monday night and the team is bringing back an old friend as they try to find a way to elicit better performances in the future.
When Aaron Rodgers was on The Pat McAfee Show last week, the Jets quarterback said he wanted the team to stop pointing fingers when things are going badly and do a better job of holding their poise.
The betting odds say the 49ers are the most likely team in the NFL to win their division, followed by the Chiefs.