NFL Stats DFS - Week 2
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Eagles offensive coordinator Mike Groh said that there's a "good chance' Ajayi (back) won't be available for Sunday's game against the Colts, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
The Eagles' decision to promote running back Josh Adams from their practice squad earlier Tuesday hinted at some possible concern about Ajayi's health, and Groh's comments only further reinforce that notion. Ajayi will likely receive treatment over the next few days as he looks to move past the issue, but he may need to practice in some capacity between Wednesday and Friday to bolster his odds of suiting up this weekend. In addition to Ajayi, Darren Sproles' (hamstring) status is also uncertain, potentially opening the door for Corey Clement to handle a sizable role out of the backfield in Week 3.
Added 2:13 pm (EST)
A. Derby - TE
Derby hauled in one of his two targets for a 19-yard touchdown reception Sunday in the Dolphins' 20-12 win over the Jets.
Derby and Mike Gesicki essentially split the playing time at tight end down the middle, with the former logging 34 offensive snaps to the rookie's 33. Despite the even distribution, it was Derby who was the more active pass catcher of the two, as Gesicki didn't draw a single target in the contest. Though Derby is listed as the top tight end on the Dolphins' unofficial depth chart, he'll probably need to take on a larger portion of the snaps and draw more targets before becoming an appealing option in most fantasy leagues.
Added 2:07 pm (EST)
D. Baldwin - WR
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Baldwin (knee) could be "a little further away" from returning to the field, suggesting the wideout likely won't be available Week 3 against the Cowboys, Mike Vorel of The Seattle Times reports.
A multi-week absence always appeared to be a likely outcome for Baldwin after he sustained a Grade 2 MCL sprain in the Seahawks' season-opening loss to the Broncos, so Carroll's comments don't come as much of a surprise. After failing to practice last week, it's unclear if Baldwin will be ready to progress to field work at any point this week. In any case, with Baldwin due to miss another game, Tyler Lockett profiles as the team's top receiving threat in Week 3 after hauling in five of seven targets for 60 yards in a score in Monday's 24-17 loss to the Bears.
Added 1:15 pm (EST)
D. Carter - WR
Carter was waived by the Eagles on Tuesday.
Carter was waived in order to create a roster spot for Josh Adams, who was signed from the practice squad to the active roster this week. The move is still a curious one, however, as the Eagles now have just three healthy wide receivers rostered after waiving Carter. The wideout caught just one ball for 10 yards across the first two games of the season.
Added 1:11 pm (EST)
J. Landry - WR
Landry (knee) was listed as limited participant at Tuesday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Though the knee injury he picked up in Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Saints didn't force an early exit, Landry's practice reps could be capped throughout the week with the Browns facing a quick turnaround between games. Even if he remains limited in Wednesday's session, there's a good chance Landry will be cleared to play Thursday against the Jets. Through his first two games with Cleveland, Landry has served as the team's unquestioned top target, hauling in 12 receptions for 175 yards.
Added 1:07 pm (EST)
A. Brown - WR
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said he plans to meet with Brown later Tuesday but wouldn't reveal whether the wideout was excused from Monday's team meeting and film-review session, Judy Battista of NFL.com reports.
In addition to missing the mandatory meeting, Brown made a post on his personal Twitter account suggesting that the Steelers should trade him. While it's unclear if Brown's comments were serious or not, Tomlin clarified Tuesday that the six-time Pro Bowler hasn't requested a trade, per Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The details regarding Brown's meeting with Tomlin likely won't be made public, but regardless of what topics are discussed, the prevailing belief is that the receiver will be on the field Week 3 against the Buccaneers and draw his usual high volume of targets.
Added 12:38 pm (EST)
Ajayi said after the Eagles' 27-21 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday that his back injury would require management and acknowledged that he has to "get himself right," Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Ajayi was forced into the locker room in the first half with the injury, but he was back on the sideline for the start of the third quarter and re-entered the contest, finishing the day with 23 yards and a touchdown on seven carries to go with a four-yard reception. While it's encouraging that Ajayi was able to return, the Eagles' decision to promote Josh Adams from their practice squad Tuesday suggests there could be concern about the health of either Ajayi or Darren Sproles (hamstring) or both heading into the Week 3 matchup with the Colts. Ajayi's participation -- or lack thereof -- at Wednesday's practice should provide a better gauge of his health.
Added 12:28 pm (EST)
C. Carson - RB
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that Carson was "gassed" from playing snaps on special teams in Monday's 24-17 loss to the Bears, which contributed to the running back seeing less work on offense than Rashaad Penny, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Carson gained 24 yards on six carries and failed to corral his lone target in the first half, then didn't see any touches in the second half while Carroll leaned more on Penny. Fortunately for Carson, Penny only produced 30 yards on 10 carries on the night, but the distribution of the workload doesn't offer much credibility to Carroll's previous claim that Carson is viewed as the team's lead back. With a matchup against a tough Dallas front seven awaiting the Seahawks in Week 3, it will be difficult to count on either back to generate much meaningful fantasy production.
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