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  • NO Quarterback #4
    This is Carr’s second brain injury in a month. Carr hasn’t missed a start despite multiple injuries this season but could be at risk of missing the Saints’ Week 14 contest against the Panthers. Carr will need to clear concussion protocol if he hopes to suit up, but a rib injury could also sideline him for a period of time. According to Allen, concerns over a shoulder injury to Carr don’t appear as concerning at this time, but there’s no doubting the veteran quarterback has taken a beating this season. If he’s unable to go, we’ll likely be looking at Jameis Winston as the starter against the Panthers.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    The Jets have tried Wilson, Tim Boyle, and Trevor Siemian at quarterback and aren’t any closer to an answer at the position than they were when they benched Wilson for Week 12. According to Russini, the Jets would like to go back to Wilson again, but his reluctance to step back in as the starter could force them to sign a veteran free agent off the streets. Wilson has thrown for 1,944 yards, six touchdowns, and seven interceptions for the Jets this season while going 3-6. The former No. 2 overall pick will likely be on a new team in 2024 or out of the league, but his future with the Jets is all but sealed at this point.
  • TEN Punter #4
    Stonehouse was taken out on a punt block in Sunday’s loss to the Colts and appeared to have suffered a bad knee injury. Those suspicions were confirmed by Vrabel on Monday, as Stonehouse will now head to injured reserve following surgery and begin rehabbing for the 2024 season. One of the better punters in the league, Stonehouse leads the league in yards per punt and has placed 52.8 percent of his attempts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. The Titans will likely hold tryouts for a new punter in the coming days.
  • TEN Defensive Lineman #98
    Simmons exited Week 13’s contest against the Colts in the third quarter and didn’t return to the field. The veteran defensive tackle will be out for the next several weeks, although it’s possible this is the last we see of him in 2023 with the Titans currently sitting at 4-8 and well out of the playoff race. Simmons has 5.5 sacks and 10 TFLs this season and continues to be at the top of his game as far as defensive tackles are concerned. We’ll see if the Titans opt to play him over the final weeks of the season once he’s ready to go.
  • TEN Running Back #22
    Vrabel’s announcement comes hours after it was reported that Henry was in concussion protocol following Sunday’s loss to the Colts. According to Vrabel, the team checked on Henry on Sunday night and again on Monday morning, and everything appeared fine with the veteran running back. Barring any setbacks during the week, it sounds like Henry will be good to go for Monday night’s contest again the Dolphins.
  • CLE Quarterback #17
    In addition to saying Thompson-Robinson was still in concussion protocol, Stefanski also said he wasn’t ready to name a starter for Week 14’s contest against the Jaguars. It’s hard to imagine the Browns going back to Thompson-Robinson after Flacco turned in a solid 254-2-1 outing in his first start and had the Browns in position to win for much of Sunday’s contest against the Rams. He’ll almost certainly get the nod if DTR is unable to clear protocol, but if DTR is cleared to play, we could be looking at another start for the rookie.
  • PIT Quarterback #8
    Pickett was never expected to play on Thursday. The team announced shortly after Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals that he would undergo surgery and likely miss 2-4 weeks. Although, Tomlin declined to give a timeframe for Pickett’s return on Monday. Mitchell Trubisky, who threw for 117 yards and one touchdown on 17 attempts, will get the start for the Steelers against a Patriots defense that is fresh off keeping the Chargers out of the end zone in Week 13. We’ll see if Trubisky can manage better in a prime-time matchup that has the early makings of a snoozer.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #16
    This could be nothing, or it could be something. Burks missed three straight games after suffering a concussion in Week 9 against the Steelers and hadn’t played fewer than 51 percent of snaps in any game prior to Week 13. It’s possible the Titans were easing Burks back into the lineup after nearly a month away, but the former first-round pick can’t afford to miss time down the stretch. He’s caught eight passes for 122 yards in six games this season and will likely finish with an underwhelming performance for the second straight season. His snaps will be something to monitor next week when the Titans take on the Dolphins.
  • WAS Tight End #82
    If not for a two-point conversion in the third quarter, Thomas’ fantasy points would have tied his reception total. The veteran tight end has been slowed in back-to-back weeks, totaling two receptions for 15 yards on five targets over that span. He and the Commanders now head into their bye week, and will look to bounce back in Week 15 against the Rams.
  • PHI Running Back #14
    Swift exited Sunday’s contest with an injury late in the fourth quarter, but Gainwell played ahead of him regardless. Gainwell’s 54 percent snap share marked his most since Week 1, while his 47 yards from scrimmage marked his third-most on the season. A negative game script likely fueled Gainwell’s usage, as he led the Eagles’ backfield with 32 routes run. Swift’s status will be one to watch heading into Week 14 against the Cowboys, but his 11 opportunities on the day were far from what we’ve come to expect from the Eagles’ RB1.

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.


Officiating mistakes mar end of Chiefs-Packers
Mike Florio and Chris Simms call on the NFL to enact more consistency in officiating after multiple apparent missed calls in the final minutes of the Packers’ win over the Chiefs.


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.
The last couple of minutes in Sunday night’s game between the Chiefs and Packers were a mess for multiple reasons.

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

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.
Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 13.
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More NFL News

Peter King looks into Dak Prescott’s MVP resume after helping Dallas overcome the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday.
The Cowboys always deliver large TV audiences, and a prime time game with playoff implications drew the largest audience ever for Prime Video.
Coming out of Week 13, Peter King dives into what may be the NFL’s next big rivalry: The San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.
Saints quarterback Derek Carr is back in the concussion protocol.
A strong message must be sent to all teams about sideline personnel.
Sam LaPorta had a big hand in Sunday’s 33-28 Lions win over the Saints by turning in one of the biggest days for a rookie tight end in league history.
Joe Flacco made his first start for the Browns on Sunday, mostly acquitting himself well throughout the contest against the Rams.
There were a lot of twists and turns to Sunday’s game in Nashville.
The Titans may be without running back Derrick Henry when they play the Dolphins in Week 14.
The 49ers went three and out on their first two possessions on Sunday in Philadelphia, but any thought that the Eagles were going to shut them down ended right there.