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CC Sabathia allowed six runs on seven hits, including one home run, walked five, and struck out five but still got the win as the Yankees defeated the Red Sox 9-6 Sunday night as New York took two out of three at Fenway Park this weekend.

Sure, he got the win, but that doesn't make this an encouraging outing. Sabathia has fallen on difficult times and seems to be struggling to deal with declining velocity/quality of pitches. He has more name value than actual statistical value for the remainder of this season, and while he throws a lot of innings and will battle, I'm not taking the plunge any more this fantasy baseball season.ANALYST:
These types of wins will be harder to come by than in years past, as the Yankees lineup is still just a shell of what it was even two years ago. Owners in shallow leagues with start limits should probably consider dropping Sabathia, though his start Friday at Tampa Bay isn't a terrible matchup.ANALYST:

Coach Jason Garrett anticipates Kellen Moore getting called up from practice squad this week to be No. 2 QB.

Tony Romo is out for the year and Matt Cassel will be starter, likely for the rest of the year, but they do need a backup. Moore won't see the field unless something happens to Cassel and until then he won't have any value. Analysis: Matt Selz

Chris Thompson is day-to-day with a AC joint sprain.

There has been a shuffling three-headed attack out of the Washington backfield this season that is making it very hard on fantasy owners to play any of the options from week to week. Thompson has been a threat at times this season but even if he's a full go it could be hard to rely on solid points from him in Week 13. Analysis: Matt Selz

Derrick Morgan said his shoulder is better and may play in Week 13.

He's been a key to the Titans surprisingly decent defense this season and they missed him in the lineup Week 12. Morgan has so far just needed rest for the shoulder and that's all he should continue to need. If he's out there in Week 13, the Jaguars could face a slightly sterner test on Sunday. Analysis: Matt Selz

Andrew Sendejo had a MRI on his knee and is awaiting the results.

Minnesota's strong safety left Sunday's contest against Atlanta with the knee injury in the first quarter. Once the results are available, extant and expectation of time missed will be better known but until those are in hand, Robert Blanton will slot into the starting SS spot in the Vikings defensive backfield. Analysis: Matt Selz

Ricky Rubio practiced in full on Monday.

Well it's good to see Rubio make it through a full practice with the ailing ankle but it's still hard to count him in as a definite play until the ball is actually tipped. Minnesota plays it's next contest Tuesday and if Rubio is a go then he should be in your lineup, however if it's Zach LaVine there is good value there too. Analysis: Matt Selz

Bengals waive former 4th round pick LB Sean Porter from Reserve/PUP.

A career filled with injuries is how Porter will be remembered in Cincinnati, if he's remembered at all. Since being drafted in 2013, the linebacker has had a torn labrum, nagging hamstring injuries, and a torn ACL that has not allowed him to play but a handful of games in his time with the Bengals. If he catches on with another team it will likely be on the practice squad. Analysis: Matt Selz

Knicks sent Cleanthony Early to the D-League, but he will likely be back with the Knicks for Wednesday's game.

Early has been buried on the depth chart all season only logging 24 minutes of action the entire campaign so far. Even if he does come back up to the active roster in time for Wednesday's game he has zero fantasy relevance. Analysis: Matt Selz

Chris Kaman (ankle) will not play Monday.

The big man has only played in three games this year and logged a totaled of 48 minutes on the court. Kaman also didn't play Saturday with the ailing ankle so this will now be two games in a row missed. Even when healthy now he clearly doesn't play enough or log enough stats to make him in anyway worth rostering in fantasy leagues. Analysis: Matt Selz

MRI shows Rob Gronkowski has a bruised knee, with no tears and is considered week to week.

This is about the best possible news Gronk owners and New England could have gotten after what looked to be a concerning situation Sunday night seeing him carted off the field. His playing in Week 13 will likely come down to whether or not he can play through the pain. Owners of his should make sure to follow his practice time closely as it's a key part of the season to make correct lineup decisions. Analysis: Matt Selz

49ers TE Garrett Celek is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his ankle.

The Niners TE had his ankle rolled up on during the first half of Sunday's loss to Arizona and had to be carted off the field. The extent of the injury won't be known until the MRI results come back but he seemed to be in quite a bit of pain when it happened. Updates will follow. Analysis: Matt Selz

Norris Cole felt good after Monday's practice and is listed as day-to-day.

Cole is expected to make his season debut on Tuesday according to Pelicans' Head Coach Alvin Gentry after spraining his ankle at the end of the preseason. If he does make his debut he will be in the second unit for the Pelicans and will provide much needed depth off the bench in the back court. He has limited value in fantasy realms due to the expected limited minutes off the bench. Analysis: Matt Selz

Jets CB Marcus Williams is week-to-week with an MCL sprain.

Williams filled in quite well for Darrelle Revis on Sunday against Miami as he came up with an interception in the first quarter. When he left Darrin Walls filled in for him, it will be interesting to see who plays corner for the Jets in Week 13 against the Giants as Revis is still up in the air with the concussion. Analysis: Matt Selz


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