Jason Heyward went 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a pair of runs scored against the Phillies on Friday.
While this game extended Heyward's hit streak to eight and his multi-hit game streak to four, this was his first home run since June 15, a span of 28 games. The under-achieving outfielder started to come out of his shell towards the end of the first half, but the lack of power has been a little troubling for fantasy owners. If he can start hitting for more power in the second half then perhaps he salvages some of what has been yet another lost season, but you'll have to go in with cautious optimism. Between the injury history and the years of disappointing play, you just can't assume that he's suddenly going to break out finally.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Eagles coach Chip Kelly is still drawing interest from USC.
With the Eagles struggling over the past couple of weeks and likely falling out of contention there has been a lot of talk that Kelly will be out as Head Coach. With the talks about his job in jeopardy comes talks about where he may end up next. It appears that some college teams are interested in his services with USC drawing the most interest with Kelly. Analysis: Dillon Conklin
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce is expected to play Week 12 against the Bills.
Kelce injured his ankle in practice this week but is expected to be able to suit up for the Chiefs. Kelce has been underwhelming over the past couple of seasons and has been a fantasy disappointment after a big season was expected out of him. The Bills defense tends to be pretty stingy with TE's so do not expect much from Kelce today especially if the ankle is not 100% yet. Analysis: Dillon Conklin