Breaking Fantasy Football News & Lineup Alarms
WR - SF
49ers have a decision on WR Michael Crabtree (Achilles). The deadline to take him off PUP is Tuesday, but could be activated today pre-game. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
WR - NYJ
Jets WR Stephen Hill had no catches for the third straight game Sunday. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
DEF - NYJ
Updated: Antonio Cromartie left Sunday's game in the fourth quarter with a hip injury, but did not seem particularly concerned.'It's good. Right now I'm OK, feel fine, just got to go from there,' Cromartie said. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
RB - NYJ
Updated: Chris Ivory said he sprained his ankle on his first run of the game. The running back was asked if it was an upper or lower ankle sprain, to which he responded, 'Both.' Ivory said he believes he will undergo an MRI on the ankle. He remained in the game and rushed for 35 yards on nine carries. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
RB - SD
The Union-Tribune San Diego confirms Ryan Mathews' latest hamstring injury is an aggravation of an existing issue. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
TE - Den
Jaccob Tamme led Broncos receivers in the absence of starting tight end Julius Thomas who was inactive for Sunday's game. Tamme finished with team high five catches and 47 yards with a touchdown in the overtime loss. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
WR - Den
Wes Welker a non-factor in overtime loss to the Patriots as he caught four passes for just 31 yards. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: It was thought that Welker would be a big factor in Sunday night's game considering the windy conditions, but that was clearly not the case. Welker was targeted eight times in the game, but was only able to convert four into receptions, making for a miserable night for his fantasy owners. However, he should be able to bounce back nicely next week in a favorable matchup against the Chiefs, who allowed eight catches to him a week ago.
RB - Jac
Maurice Jones-Drew finished Sunday's win over the Texans with a season-high 144 total yards as he rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and added six receptions for 60 yards. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: MJD has been rejuvenated of late having scored a rushing touchdown and caught at least four pass in each of his last three games.
QB - TB
Mike Glennon has 10 touchdowns to one interception over his last 6 games. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Glennon has now thrown multiple touchdown passes in three of his last four games, as he continues to prodide solid fantasy production. However, his remaining schedule indicates that maybe his better days are behind him, with matchups against the Panthers, Niners, Rams and Saints in four of the Buccaneers last five games. So if you were rolling with him the last few weeks, it may be time to jump ship.
RB - KC
Jamaal Charles is the top Fantasy Running Back (PPR leagues) through Sunday's games with 14 carries for 115 yards, two rushing touchdowns and four catches for 42 yards for 31 PPR Fantasy Points. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: After three straight weeks of failing to find the end zone, Charles crossed the line twice in a losing effort to the Chargers. After seven games of carries, the Chiefs appear to be limiting Charles' touches, totaling only 30 carries over the team's last two games in an effort to keep him healthy down the stretch. With that said, he has solid matchups to finish out the regular season, so even if he continues to be limited, he should be able to make the most of his time on the field.
TE - Dal
Jason Witten had four catches for just 37 yards in Sunday's 24-21 win over the Giants, but two of them were for touchdowns. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Witten made the most of his seven targets Sunday, helping lead the Cowboys to a victory over the Giants. With a very soft schedule the rest of the way, Witten could build off of this performance to finish the season strong after a mediocre year thus far.
WR - Det
Nate Burleson was impressive in his first game back since breaking his arm with seven receptions for 77 yards and a touchdown in the 24-21 loss to Tampa Bay. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Burleson picked up right where he left off prior to suffering a broken arm, having now recorded at least six receptions in each of his four games played this season. With opposing defenses concentrating heavily on Calvin Johnson, expect Burleson to make the most of his opportunities as a solid fantasy contributor moving forward.
RB - Den
Knowshon Moreno left stadium on crutches with right foot in a walking boot. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: After setting a career-high with 224 rushing yards on 37 carries, it appears the Broncos may have overworked their top running back in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. If this injury is serious, expect Montee Ball to see an increased workload despite losing another fumble in Sunday's contest.
WR - SD
Keenan Allen showed no signs of being slowed by sore knee that had previously bothered him as he caught nine passes for 124 yards in Sunday's win over the Chiefs. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Many fantasy experts suggested sitting Allen this week (myself being one of them), but clearly his injury was not as bad as originally expected. Fantasy owners should not be concerned with his knee moving forward and should be remain a starter in all fantasy formats.
DEF - Den
Von Miller had a big night in losing effort to the Patriots. Miller had eight tackles, six solo, two sacks, two tackles for a loss, three quarterback hits, and a fumble recovery for the games first touchdown. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Those of you who patiently awaited his return from a six-game suspension are finally starting to get rewarded after a monster game on Sunday night. Miller has now recorded a sack in three of four games, so he appears to have worked his way back up to speed following an extended absence.
RB - GB
Eddie Lacy's strong performance was slowed by asthma. Lacy had to leave Sunday's game on two occasions as his asthma acted up. 'It's worse in the winter time,' Lacy said. 'I've had it since I was little. Sometimes it's worse than others.' (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
WR - Den
Demaryius Thomas caught four passes for 41 yards and a touchdown in the overtime loss to New England Sunday night. (RotoInfo.com) (11/25)
Expert Advice: Demaryius Thomas now has six touchdowns in his last five games, with at least one receiving score in four of his last five games.
RB - Den
Knowshon Moreno rushed for a career-high 224 yards and a touchdown on 37 carries and caught a pass for six yards, but it was not enough as the Broncos fell to the Patriots 34-31 in overtime. (RotoInfo.com) (11/24)
QB - Den
Peyton Manning completed just 19 of 36 passes for only 150 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in the overtime loss to the Patriots. (RotoInfo.com) (11/24)
Expert Advice: Despite a lackluster performance, Manning did set a record for most passing yards through the first 11 games to start a season in NFL history.
RB - NE
Stevan Ridley was benched again Sunday as he fumbled, again. Ridley carried the ball only four times for 14 yards in the Patriots overtime victory against the Broncos. (RotoInfo.com) (11/24)
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