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  • LAC Wide Receiver #5
    Palmer has been limited in back-to-back practices to open the week as the team looks to ease him back from injured reserve. With his 21-day window for return now opened, it’s possible Palmer will suit up as early as this week when the Chargers take on the Broncos, but we’ll know more about his Week 14 outlook when the team releases their player statuses on Friday. Palmer would have some WR3 upside if he’s able to go.
  • CIN Wide Receiver #83
    Boyd wasn’t on Wednesday’s injury report, so this is something new he’s dealing with. The veteran slot receiver has been a non-factor over the last three weeks, totaling 11 receptions for 82 scoreless yards, and has only surpassed 60 yards once this season. If Boyd is unable to go, rookie Charlie Jones could be next in line to fill his role in the slot. Neither Jones nor Boyd would carry much fantasy relevance in Week 14.
  • TB Wide Receiver #14
    This story comes days after Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles said Godwin’s lack of involvement in Week 13’s win over the Panthers was due to the team “subbing him out a lot.” Which would be a good explanation if it were true. Instead, Godwin led all Bucs skill position players in snaps in Week 13 but saw only three targets in the defeat. Godwin, who was questionable with a neck injury heading into the game, said he didn’t think Bowles “had any malice in what he was saying.” This appears to be non-story, as the Bucs are now preparing for Week 14’s matchup against the Falcons.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #85
    This is big news, as Brown hasn’t logged a full practice since Week 10’s matchup against the Bengals. With Tank Dell lost for the season, the Texans will need Noah Brown to step up in ways we’ve seen earlier this season. In his first year with the Texans, Brown has totaled 21 receptions for 439 yards and one touchdown, averaging a blistering 20.9 YPR. He broke out for back-to-back 150-plus yard performances before suffering his knee injury and should have some top-24 fantasy upside with Dell out.
  • CLE Wide Receiver #2
    Cooper has yet to practice this week and is trending toward missing Sunday’s game against the Jaguars. Only four days removed from his concussion, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Cooper miss Week 14, as most players have failed to get on the field a week after first suffering a concussion. If Cooper is unable to go, Elijah Moore and David Njoku would see a slight boost in their fantasy outlooks.
  • JAX Running Back #1
    Etienne dealt with the same injury prior to Monday night’s tilt with the Bengals. The fact he’s practiced both days to start this week is enough to suggest he’ll be ready to go for Week 14 against the Browns. Etienne will be on the RB1 radar for this week’s matchup.
  • JAX Wide Receiver #7
    Jones continues to practice on a limited basis, which will likely continue through the remainder of the season. After being sidelined for five weeks with a knee injury earlier this season, the Jaguars would be wise to play it safe with Jones, especially with Christian Kirk (groin) likely sidelined for the next several weeks, if not the remainder of the season.
  • JAX Quarterback #3
    Beathard and Trevor Lawrence (ankle) were both limited in Thursday’s practice. Beathard has practiced in a limited capacity in both practices to open the week and is in line to start for Week 14 against the Browns unless Lawrence pulls off the unexpected. Lawrence, who was a DNP on Wednesday, managed to suit up on Thursday but was sporting a large brace. It’d be surprising to see him suit up this week, but reports are he’ll be pushing to play. We’ll see how things look after the Jaguars designate game statuses to the two signal-callers on Friday.
  • IND Running Back #28
    When asked about whether or not Taylor would play in Week 14 against the Bengals, head coach Shane Steichen said, “We’ll see.” Despite Steichen’s best efforts to play things close to the vest, two straight DNPs from Taylor are enough to suggest we won’t see him this weekend. Initial reports on Taylor’s injury suggested he’d miss 2-4 weeks. He’s only been sidelined for one game since his surgery, so we’d expect him to miss at least one more game, barring any surprises.
  • GB Wide Receiver #9
    The good news is Watson said he doesn’t think his current hamstring injury is as bad as the one the sidelined him for three games earlier this season. The bad news is he’s not sure if he’ll be ready to play in Monday night’s game against the Giants. Watson was a DNP on Thursday but still has a chance to suit up for Friday or Saturday’s practice. It seems unlikely he’ll play in Week 14, but we’ll let the rest of the week unfold and see what kind of status he carries heading into the weekend.

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



Lawrence refuses cart assistance after injury
Michael Holley and Mike Hill discuss Trevor Lawrence not being taken to the locker room on a cart after his ankle injury on Monday night and how the Jacksonville Jaguars "have to protect the player from himself."
Final Push For Fantasy Playoffs
Matthew Berry breaks down his Love/Hate players for Week 14 and shares the inspiring story of Jack Posnack and the Jack Attack Fantasy Football League.
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Denny Carter breaks down players running hot and cold, including Zack Moss, Taysom Hill, DeVonta Smith, and David Njoku.
Patrick Daugherty ranks and evaluates all of Week 14’s top plays at quarterback, running back, receiver, tight end, kicker and defense.
Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 14.
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.


The Saints have added receiver Chris Olave to Thursday’s injury report.
Titans running back Derrick Henry left last Sunday’s loss to the Colts in order to be evaluated for a concussion and he didn’t return, so it wasn’t a shock to see a report last Monday morning that said he was in the league’s concussion protocol.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed practice today, but the reasons weren’t immediately clear.
Nick Piazza’s job on Sundays when the Saints are at home is to stand on the sideline and put the orange first down marker in place.

Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry highlights his top plays and fades at running back for Week 14 including Kyren Williams, De’Von Achane, Zack Moss, D’Andre Swift and Keaton Mitchell.
Matthew Berry explains why Chris Olave, DJ Moore and Jake Ferguson are among his top pass catchers for Week 14 fantasy lineups, while Adam Thielen and Tee Higgins find themselves in tougher matchups.
Matthew Berry & Co. review the latest NFL injury updates, zeroing in on Rhamondre Stevenson’s Week 14 absence, several notable names in Patriots-Steelers, Ken Walker and more.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers look at who they love and and hate fantasy wise in the highly-anticipated divisional clash between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.

Simms Unbuttoned

The matchup between the Titans and Dolphins features the biggest spread of Week 14 in the NFL, and Chris Simms and Mike Florio like Miami to win and cover the 13 points.
Chris Simms and Mike Florio preview the Monday Night Football matchup between the Packers and Giants, and why Jordan Love and Green Bay’s offense may be too much to handle for New York.
The Saints are banged up at QB with Derek Carr and Taysom Hill on the injury report. The Panthers will look to take advantage, seeking their second victory of the season, but Mike Florio and Chris Simms like New Orleans.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms spell out the Vikings’ shot at getting back above .500 against the Raiders in Week 14 with Joshua Dobbs at the helm and Justin Jefferson back.

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Matthew Berry breaks down his Love/Hate players for Week 14 and shares the inspiring story of Jack Posnack and the Jack Attack Fantasy Football League.
Patrick Daugherty ranks and evaluates all of Week 14’s top plays at quarterback, running back, receiver, tight end, kicker and defense.
Patrick Daugherty ranks and evaluates all of Week 14’s top tight end, kicker, and defense plays.
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More NFL News

The Bears have added one of their key defensive linemen to the injury report.
There was a significant absence at the open portion of Ravens practice on Thursday.
The Chiefs remain without some of their key players for the second practice of the week as they get ready to play the Bills on Sunday.
If Bills coach Sean McDermott isn’t facing a playoffs-or-bust mandate, a new series of articles from could change that.
The Packers are riding a three-game winning streak into Week 14 and they could get running back Aaron Jones back to help their bid to make it four in a row.
Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is back on the practice field Thursday.
Before the football-following world became familiar with the name “Connor Stalions,” Michigan and head coach Jim Harbaugh were closing in on an extension.
Rookie cornerback Christian Braswell is on his way back to the Jaguars lineup.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms explain why they can’t in good faith back the Patriots against the Steelers in Week 14, since Pittsburgh at least is playing for something at this point in the season.
Chris Simms doubles down on his 49ers streak, explaining why they’re in a different class from the Seahawks, and Mike Florio just can’t see how Seattle would be able to beat San Francisco on the road.