Collins was last year's top IDP among defensive backs, but had battled through injuries and fallen behind that lofty pace. After Week 11, we have to assume he's completely healthy and a decent bet to deliver big down the stretch.
Stanton is recovering from his knee sprain faster than expected and was even able to serve as the backup in Sunday's 31-21 loss to Houston. The Cardinals likely would give Gabbert another shot even if Stanton were at full strength, as Sunday's loss means the team would probably need to win each of its final six games to have a shot at reaching the playoffs. Given the unlikelihood of that scenario, it makes sense to evaluate the 28-year-old Gabbert, rather than starting a player like the 33-year-old Stanton who's proven to be no better than a competent backup.
With Sterling Shepard missing the game due to an illness, Lewis, Shane Vereen, Tavarres King and Travis Rudolph each had three catches in a low-scoring, low-output passing game. Lewis and King should be the team's co-No. 2's when Shepard returns.
Ingram's production has slowed following a torrid five-game stretch to begin the season, but he's still performing exceptionally well opposite standout pass rusher Joey Bosa. With a two week stretch against the Cowboys and Browns next on the schedule, Ingram remains an intriguing IDP option in all formats.
Aided by the Mexico City altitude, Gostkowski easily hit a career-best 62-yard attempt in the second quarter of the contest. 10 games into the Patriots' 2017 campaign, Gostkowski is on pace to rack up 167 points. His previous season-high is 158 points.
Gase apparently isn't buying into the idea of a quarterback controversy, perhaps remembering Moore's calamitous performance as the starter in a 40-0 loss to the Ravens back in Week 8. Moore undeniably has been effective as a mid-game replacement for Cutler on two occasions this season, highlighted by his 282 passing yards in the second half of Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Buccaneers. While Cutler's seat undoubtedly is getting warm, it sounds as if Moore will only get the Week 12 start if his teammate fails to clear the concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game.
The procedure will likely spell an end to what had been a breakthrough season for Thompson, who emerged as the Redskins' top offensive weapon with six touchdowns and 804 total yards through 10 games before suffering the injury while attempting to make a block in the third quarter of Sunday's 34-31 overtime loss to the Saints. With Thompson expected to join Rob Kelley (ankle) on injured reserve in the near future, a workhorse role could be in the offing for rookie Samaje Perine, who had the best game of his young career Sunday, finishing with 117 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries.
Perryman got a second straight start with Hayes Pullard (neck) still on the mend and nearly led the team in tackles for the second straight week. However, the middle linebacker was about the only Chargers defender to not register a turnover, as the defense as a whole tormented rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman. With a short week thanks to a Thanksgiving afternoon matchup against the Cowboys, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Perryman start for a third consecutive week.
Allen, whose first catch of the season came in Week 10, hauled in both of his targets Sunday for 24 yards. The arrival of fellow tight end Martellus Bennett hasn't cost Allen his blocking-heavy role in the Patriots offense, but there's still minimal fantasy upside to be had here, as long as Rob Gronkowski remains healthy.
After Peterman was pulled at halftime of his first NFL start with a historically bad stat line -- five interceptions on 14 attempts -- it widely was assumed the Bills would turn right back to Tyrod Taylor, who at least played well in mop-up duty during the second half of Sunday's 54-24 loss to the Chargers. That apparently isn't the case, as McDermott has yet to name a Week 12 starter and even seems to be dropping hints that Peterman could get the nod again. The Bills are still in the playoff hunt -- at least so far as record is concerned -- and there's little doubt the rookie was primary responsible for at least three of Sunday's five interceptions. No matter, offensive coordinator Rick Dennison is singing a similar tune, saying Monday that he thinks Peterman is smart and will learn from the experience, ESPN.com's Mike Rodak reports. Given that the decision to bench Taylor was already controversial, the Bills will get crushed by the media if they decide to stick with Peterman, though their late-season schedule and recent performance suggest they may fall out of playoff contention regardless of which quarterback starts.
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