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  • GB Tight End #85
    Kraft caught all three of his receptions on the first two drives of the game for the Packers before fading into oblivion the rest of the way. Even so, he holds some level of fantasy relevancy for as long as Luke Musgrave remains on injured reserve.
  • GB Wide Receiver #11
    Reed came into the game listed as questionable with a rib injury, which could have affected his snap rate against the Chiefs. Both Dontayvion Wicks and Malik Heath worked into the offense, which could become more commonplace considering Christian Watson departed in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be another hamstring injury, the last of which held him out of action for the first three weeks of the 2023 season.
  • GB Wide Receiver #87
    Doubs was held out of the end zone but made his impact felt by catching four timely balls for a solid 18-yard average. More importantly for his fantasy value moving forward, fellow second-year wide receiver Christian Watson left the game with three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter with what looked like yet another hamstring injury, the previous one of which held him out of action for the first three weeks of the 2023 season. That gives Doubs the inside track to the lead wide receiver role for the Packers as the team heads into their easiest portion of their schedule, just in time for the fantasy playoffs. Managers needing help at wide receiver could do worse than targeting Doubs in a late-season trade.
  • GB Running Back #28
    In typical Dillon fashion, his long run of the game went for just 10 yards as the between-the-tackles grinder did what he could to keep the chains moving. Most importantly for his fantasy expectations moving forward, Dillon saw 19 of the available 22 running back touches on the evening, meaning he will continue to carry back end RB2 upside for as long as lead back Aaron Jones remains out of action. That said, he does not profile as a potential trade target for fantasy managers looking for a late-season push into the playoffs as most of his value will evaporate once Jones returns.
  • GB Quarterback #10
    Love couldn’t miss in the first half as the Packers converted their first two possessions into touchdowns, the first going to rookie tight end Ben Sims for his first professional touchdown and the second going to wide receiver Christian Watson. The third and final possession of the first half made it to the edge of field goal range but the team ultimately decided to punt the ball away to not allow Mahomes a short field should they miss from 57 yards. Whereas the team traded touchdowns for field goals in the first half, the script would flip in the second frame as the Chiefs came storming back into the game, scoring on their first two possessions and coming within a two-point conversion of knotting the game at 21. Two additional field goals and a timely interception would seal the game for the Packers, who now find themselves at .500 for the first time since Week 4. More importantly, the Packers are now well within striking distance of the seventh playoff spot out of the NFC and have one of the league’s easiest remaining strengths of schedule. This win was a solid launching point for their playoff push.
  • KC Wide Receiver #11
    Poor efficiency has been the common denominator for the veteran speedster, this time failing to connect with Mahomes on three deep targets in the second half. His long reception on the night went for just 16 yards, which occurred on a crossing route over the middle of the field. Valdes-Scantling has also scored just one touchdown this season, which keeps him well off the fantasy radar considering his low weekly volume.
  • KC Wide Receiver #4
    It was the second consecutive contest in which the rookie wide receiver led the team in targets, this time trailing tight end Travis Kelce in yardage. Even so, Rice appears primed for solid contributions as the fantasy season nears the playoffs. He’ll get a difficult test in Week 14 when the Chiefs host the Bills, who will have had additional time to prepare coming off their Week 13 bye.
  • KC Tight End #87
    Kelce was far from the focal point of the offense in the first half, but his production in the first frame dwarfed the one catch he managed in the second half. In fact, Kelce caught his final ball on the first play run from scrimmage in the second half and was completely erased for the remainder of the game. He still did what he could to make his presence felt, most notably serving as the clearing player on fellow tight end Noah Gray’s fourth quarter touchdown. Kelce and the Chiefs fall to 8-4 with the loss and will need to turn things around quickly before they host the Bills in Week 14.
  • KC Running Back #10
    Pacheco was the Chiefs’ most valuable player against the Packers, routinely willing himself to additional yards on the ground by keeping his legs churning through contact. He carried a pile of bodies on three separate occasions, which was the difference in him eclipsing 100 yards on the ground. He also chipped in with three receptions, aided by the absence of Jerick McKinnon. Pacheco and the Chiefs will need to regroup before hosting the Bills in Week 14.
  • KC Quarterback #15
    The Packers held the Chiefs to just two first half field goals and were able to fade a Hail Mary in the waning seconds to hold off Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs at Lambeau. Kansas City dominated time of possession in the second half after failing to get much going in the first frame, ultimately unable to overcome the first half deficit. Mahomes was not at his best in his first trip to Green Bay as the Chiefs were out-gained by 45 yards on the road. Kansas City falls to 8-4 and face a tough test against a Buffalo Bills team coming off their bye week in Week 14.
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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.


Football Morning in America

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


Packers' Love had Chiefs circled on schedule
Jordan Love talks about getting a chance to avenge his subpar debut against the Kansas City Chiefs and the SNF Final crew talk about how the Packers quarterback is developing this season.


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.
Mitch Trubisky is set to start for Pittsburgh on Thursday vs. New England and beyond.
Tempers flared between the 49ers and Eagles before Sunday’s game got underway and players got riled up at various other points of the game, but the biggest conflagration came during the third quarter.
It might be difficult for one of New England’s most effective offensive players to be on the field in Week 14.

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.

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.
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More NFL News

Jac Collinsworth, Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison spell out what went wrong for the Chiefs against the Packers in Week 13 and where they stand in the playoff picture.
Mike Florio provides the latest on Jalen Hurts, Kenny Pickett and Tank Dell, all of whom were banged up coming out of Week 13.
Jordan Love is having his way with the Chiefs’ defense on Sunday Night Football so far.
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts briefly left Sunday’s loss to the 49ers to be evaluated for a concussion, but he was able to return in the fourth quarter.
The Packers had the perfect drive to start Sunday Night Football.
Both 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw and Eagles head of security Dom DiSandro were ejected after a second-half sideline altercation on Sunday.
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.
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.