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  • JAX Wide Receiver #7
    Jones dealt with the knee issue earlier in the year. His addition to the injury report as a limited participant is likely nothing more than maintenance. Jones saw eight targets with Christian Kirk departing Week 13 early and will be asked to step up again in Week 14 versus the Browns. He will rank on the WR3/4 border once removed from the injury report.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    It was the star wide receiver’s first full practice since Week 5. The team activated Jefferson off the IR last week and then went on bye, but Jefferson will certainly be back for Week 14 against the Raiders. His return will be a boost for Joshua Dobbs, who was named the starting quarterback for the weekend, and the entire Vikings offense. Given how long he’s been sidelined, we should expect that Jefferson will be 100 percent healthy when he steps onto the field this weekend. Get him into your lineups.
  • JAX Quarterback #3
    Beathard took over for Trevor Lawrence on Monday Night Football when the latter quarterback went down with an ankle injury. Lawrence didn’t practice today and appears to be a coin flip to play in Week 14. If he can’t go, Beathard will get the start. This shoulder issue shouldn’t prevent Beathard from playing, but it’s at least worth noting given Lawrence’s status. Nathan Rourke, currently on the Jags’ practice squad, will back up Beathard if Lawrence is ruled out.
  • HOU Safety #1
    Ward had been battling a hamstring injury just a few weeks ago, but is now not practicing as he nurses a shoulder injury. However, the veteran was present at practice out on the field, so there’s some optimism that his injury isn’t overly serious. We’ll have a better sense of that after Thursday’s practice, but you could argue that the Texans may not rush him back with a showdown against the Jets in Week 14.
  • CIN Running Back #30
    Brown was just activated off the IR after missing the majority of the season with a hamstring injury. However, there was no indication after Monday’s game that Brown had aggravated the injury, so this is most likely just the Bengals being cautious with the rookie in his return to the field. Brown showed good explosion in limited work against the Jaguars, playing just 11 snaps but rushing nine times for 61 yards in his first meaningful action of the season. He has clearly worked his way into the back-up role in Cincinnati and could be a solid dynasty target, where available, as the potential long-term replacement for Joe Mixon.
  • JAX Running Back #1
    Etienne played through the rib issue on Monday. He rushed 11 times for 45 yards and added another 34 yards via four receptions. Etienne was on the field for 63 percent of the Jags’ snaps, a normal amount for him over the past month, so they don’t seem too concerned with the young back’s workload. He will rank as a high-end RB2 for his Week 14 matchup with the Browns.
  • TB Linebacker #54
    David missed Week 13 because of the groin issue but appears to be ready to return after missing just a single game. David has three sacks and 14 TFLs on top of his 90 total tackles this year. His return will help Tampa Bay’s defense fend off a strong ground game from the Falcons.
  • TB Nose Tackle #50
    Cornerback Jamel Dean and linebacker Devin White did not return to practice after missing Week 13. Neither player looks likely to suit up this week. Vea has 4.5 sacks and eight TFLs as the anchor of the Bucs’ defensive line this season. Losing him in addition to the other starting members of the Tampa Bay defense would be a big blow to the unit for Week 14.
  • NYJ Running Back #20
    Hall was ostensibly healthy for the Jets’ Week 13 loss to the Falcons; however, fellow running back Dalvin Cook had his first double-digit carry game of the season and out-gained Hall on the ground with 35 yards to Hall’s 16 yards. There didn’t appear to be any injury suffered during the game either, but Hall will now not practice to start the week as he manages this ankle injury. Jets head coach Robert Saleh was vocal about Hall needing to dance around less and pick up “grimy yards,” so it wouldn’t be surprising to see Cook continue to get even more work as Hall deals with his coach’s frustration and this ankle injury.
  • ATL Wide Receiver #18
    Hollins suffered the ankle injury in Week 9 and has been out ever since, but it appears he’ll be making his return in Week 14. He’ll return to an ancillary role in a Falcons passing attack that is a distant second priority to the running game. As such, he remains off the fantasy radar outside of the deepest formats.

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Final Push For Fantasy Playoffs
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Denny Carter breaks down players running hot and cold, including Zack Moss, Taysom Hill, DeVonta Smith, and David Njoku.
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.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Patrick Daugherty and Denny Carter break down why Nico Collins is now a WR1 candidate and how De’Von Achane’s return bodes for his performance moving forward.
Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 14.
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 13 of the NFL season.


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The Patriots will officially be without some of their top players for Thursday’s game against the Steelers.
The Cowboys are coming off a mini-bye, having played back-to-back Thursday games.

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The FFHH crew gives their early line alerts for NFL Week 14, including the Bengals remaining underdogs at home and an alt line for Rams-Ravens presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew takes a look at the injuries their tracking this week and talk about how Bailey Zappe potentially starting for the Patriots will affect the betting lines for the game.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers break down what Ezekiel Elliott, Tyjae Spears and other available running backs can provide from a fantasy perspective in Week 14.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers recap the Bengals upset win in MNF vs. the Jaguars, including the injury to Trevor Lawrence and the stellar play of backup QB Jake Browning.

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Chris Simms shares why the 49ers, who don’t normally play man coverage, did so against the Eagles to shut down Jalen Hurts and Philadelphia’s running game, as well as the bad habits that he’s still seeing from Hurts.
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Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed analyze the Green Bay Packers’ impressive showing against the Kansas City Chiefs, and take a closer look at Matt LaFleur’s gameplan that led to a huge victory over the Chiefs in Week 13.
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Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 13 of the NFL season.
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More NFL News

Lions linebacker Alex Anzalone could be back in the team’s lineup this week.
Giants tight end Darren Waller has not played since late October due to a hamstring injury.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen remains on the team’s practice report with his nagging right shoulder, but he again had a full practice.
Derek Carr was on the practice field for the Saints on Wednesday, but Taysom Hill was not.
The NFL suspended Colts defensive lineman Al-Quadin Muhammad without pay for the next six games for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances, NFL Media reports.
Christian Elliss started at linebacker for the Eagles in last Sunday’s loss to the 49ers, but he won’t be part of the defense in Dallas this weekend.
Veteran pass rusher Bruce Irvin played his first game as a Lion on Sunday, and despite playing only 11 snaps, he had a major impact on the game: Irvin sacked Derek Carr in the first quarter, and he later knocked Carr out of the game with a hit that drew a roughing the passer penalty.
49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said on Monday that the team was still waiting for more information about defensive tackle Arik Armstead’s outlook for Week 14 and the word they’ve gotten has them planning to play without him against the Seahawks.
The Raiders made an addition to their defensive line coming out of their bye week.
After suffering a high-ankle sprain on Monday, Trevor Lawrence will at least be sidelined for the first on-field work of the week.