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NFL DFS Plays: Champ Week

NFL DFS Plays: Champ Week
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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports coach Jason Garrett is expected to be "more involved" with offensive play-calling next season.

Dallas' assistant coaching positions will continue to live in perpetual motion this offseason as ex-Cowboys QB Jon Kitna will reportedly be brought on as the team's QB coach, likely bumping Kellen Moore to OC. Garrett being involved in play-calling would still be an odd juxtaposition since that's the same role he "gave up" to Bill Callahan back in 2013. Scott Linehan had formerly been the team's play-caller from 2014 on. After all of the dust and smoke settles, the Cowboys are expected to have the same offensive blueprint as they did in the latter half of 2018.
Jan 20 - 1:54 PM

Saints declared TE Benjamin Watson, WR Keith Kirkwood, DT Tyrunn Walker, OL Will Clapp, LB Manti Te'o, OL Derek Newton, and RB Dwayne Washington inactive for the Conference Championship against the Rams.

TE Dan Arnold is active in place of Watson after being healthy-scratched in the Divisional Round. The Saints are also expected to utilize Michael Thomas, Ted Ginn, and rookie Tre'Quan Smith in three-wide sets without usual slot wideout Kirkwood available on Sunday.
Jan 20 - 1:44 PM

Rams declared RB Justin Davis, DB Darious Williams, OLB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, OLB Trevon Young, OL Jamil Demby, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, and DT Tanzel Smart inactive for the Conference Championship against the Saints.

It's the same list of players that were inactive in the Divisional Round. The Rams are seemingly at full strength for their showdown with the Saints in the Superdome.
Jan 20 - 1:42 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Cowboys QBs coach Kellen Moore is a "leading candidate" to replace Scott Linehan as the team's offensive coordinator.

TEs coach Doug Nussmeier and Georgia OC James Coley are also in the running, though Moore appears to be the favorite to succeed Linehan as OC. It may seem like a leap of faith for Dallas to entrust its offense in the hands of a 30-year-old with only one year of coaching experience, but in reality Moore's role shouldn't change much as he'll likely cede play-calling duties to head coach Jason Garrett. Assuming he's promoted, Moore's old post as QBs coach will likely be filled by former NFL journeyman Jon Kitna.
Jan 20 - 1:22 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs are expected to extend Patrick Mahomes' contract after next season.

That's the earliest the Chiefs can offer an extension. The 23-year-old Texas Tech alum has taken the league by storm, throwing for over 5,000 yards this year while becoming just the third player in NFL history to reach 50 touchdown passes in a single season. There's not much Mahomes can't do on a football field and it wouldn't be surprising if he became the league's first $200 million player. The likely NFL MVP can lead Kansas City to its Super Bowl appearance in 49 years with a win over New England in Sunday's AFC title game.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 20 - 1:05 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, there is a "strong possibility" Rob Gronkowski will retire this offseason.

Gronkowski nearly called it quits last offseason before returning for a ninth season in Foxboro. Clearly diminished by years of injuries, the 29-year-old hasn't been the same player in 2018 and is apparently eyeing a post-football career as a movie star in Hollywood. The WWE also remains a possibility for Gronk, though according to Rapoport, he's much more likely to pursue acting. Arguably the greatest tight end ever during his prime, Sunday's AFC title match in Kansas City could very well be Gronk's final game in the NFL.
Jan 20 - 12:34 PM
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