Aroldis Chapman struck out the side for a perfect ninth inning against the Cubs and picked up his 19th save on Wednesday.
Chapman has been a great fantasy asset up to this point, owning a 2.36 ERA and 0.83 WHIP through 26.2 innings while converting 19 of his first 21 save opportunities. There were many questions as to whether or not he would be able to perform at a high level following a terrible head injury, but his 52:9 K:BB rate certainly suggest he is just fine. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
The Rams will start Nick Foles Sunday.
Yuk, yuk, yuk. Case Keenum is being held out of action after his concussion suffered at the end of Sunday's game against the Ravens. Going up against the Bengals, you do not want to consider using Foles, who was recently benched after putting up awful results against the Bears in Week 10. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson
Tyson Chandler (right hamstring strain) is listed as doubtful to play Sunday.
While the team needs his presence on the court, if a hamstring injury is not allowed to heal, it is always a risk that a minor strain can end up sidelining a player for weeks if re-aggravated. It would be best to let him heal, but look to see if he is activated for the game on Sunday. The suggestion is to avoid rostering him, but perhaps he just had a mild tweak to his hamstring and is a good option. Not my choice going forward, understand. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson