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MMQB's Peter King expects impending free agent Le'Veon Bell to "go to the highest bidder" and names the Raiders as a team to "watch" for Bell.

King doesn't do much reporting in terms of breaking news anymore, but he still has many connections throughout the league. The new staff in Oakland has been mum when it comes to Marshawn Lynch's future with the team, so Beast Mode could very well be one-and-done for his hometown Raiders. Oakland could use that money to go after a younger stallion like Bell, but he'll have no shortage of suitors should he reach the open market. It's going to be tough for the Steelers to use the franchise tag on Bell again this year since they have very little cap room at the moment. However, creating cap space is a relatively simple task.
Jan 22 - 10:59 PM

The Miami Herald confirms Albert Wilson is dealing with a hip injury.

Wilson was previously listed with a leg injury. He'll undergo an MRI to determine the severity, but with Miami playing on Thursday night, he's likely out this week. The Dolphins may be forced to hold on to DeVante Parker if Wilson misses extended time.
Oct 21 - 4:55 PM

Latavius Murray rushed 15 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns in the Vikings' Week 7 win over the Jets.

He added two catches for 14 yards on a pair of targets. Murray's first score was an 11-yard scamper up the middle, and the second was an untouched run through the left side from 38 yards away. With Dalvin Cook still struggling to get healthy, Murray has emerged as a strong RB2 with reliable workloads. If Cook sits again, Murray will again be in play Week 8 against the Saints.
Oct 21 - 4:52 PM

Keke Coutee (hamstring) doesn't expect to play in Week 8 against Miami.

Coutee had a setback with his hamstring Sunday. It shouldn't keep him out the three games it cost him earlier this year, but he's not going to be ready with the Texans playing on a short week. The Texans will go with Vyncint Smith in three-wide sets with Coutee out.
Oct 21 - 4:50 PM

Sam Darnold completed just 17-of-42 passes for 206 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions in the Jets' 37-17, Week 7 loss to the Vikings.

Darnold was horrible with one of the worst quarterback performances of the season. He missed open receivers, overthrew Robby Anderson on a potential 81-yard touchdown, and was also hurt by a couple drops. The interceptions were a pass thrown right to CB Holton Hill, another tipped by Xavier Rhodes to Harrison Smith, and a drop-turned-INT by Charone Peake to Trae Waynes. Darnold was able to score a one-yard rushing touchdown to boost his stats, but his 40.5% completion rate is ugly. Darnold will be harassed next week in Chicago.
Oct 21 - 4:45 PM

Deshaun Watson completed 12-of-24 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown and rushed seven times for 13 yards in the Texans’ Week 7 win over the Jaguars.

"He’s playing hurt," coach Bill O’Brien conceded after the game. Watson is believed to be dealing with lung and ribs injuries, which are why he’s been listed with a "chest" ailment on weekly injury reports. The Texans committed to their rushing attack in Sunday’s victory rather than leaning on Watson to drop back to pass against Jacksonville’s talented-if-underachieving front. Watson now has a quick turnaround in Week 8 against the Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. Due to the injuries, Watson has become an increasingly risky fantasy bet coming off consecutive sub-par box-score games.
Oct 21 - 4:39 PM

Jermaine Kearse failed to catch either of his two targets in the Jets' 37-17, Week 7 loss to the Vikings.

Sam Darnold was horrendous in this one, throwing three interceptions, and completing just 40.5% of his passes, doing a lot of work on the final meaningless possession with dump-offs to Trenton Cannon out of the backfield. Kearse was a hot name in fantasy this week after he caught 9-of-10 targets for 94 yards against the Colts last week. He was expected to play a major role with Quincy Enunwa (ankle) and Terrelle Pryor (groin) both out. He wasn't targeted in the second half and had no chance on his two first-half ones. Kearse will be tough to get behind next week on the road in Chicago.
Oct 21 - 4:38 PM

Adam Thielen caught 9-of-10 targets for 110 yards and one touchdown in the Vikings' 37-17, Week 7 win over the Jets.

Thielen got the scoring started with a 34-yard touchdown on the opening drive, beating backup-turned-starter CB Darryl Roberts as he was falling away in the end zone. With his seventh-straight 100-yard game to open the season, Thielen has set a new record. Thielen is an obvious elite WR1 and will be involved in a potential shootout next week at home against the Saints.
Oct 21 - 4:34 PM

Mitchell Trubisky completed 26-of-50 attempts for 333 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in the Bears' Week 7 loss to the Patriots, adding 81 yards and a touchdown on six carries.

Trubisky was just 8-for-20 in the first half, but he also made important plays in big spots including a Hail Mary which fell just inches short on the final play. He converted two third downs early in the game on scrambles, and he did even better on the third drive, making the Patriots pay for a fumble on a spectacular "eight-yard" touchdown scramble in which he escaped several defenders in the backfield. He continued to hurt the Patriots with his legs early in the second half, scrambling for 39 yards down to the one-yard line on the opening touchdown drive. The scrambles eventually dried up, however, and Trubisky struggled to get anything going down the field. His risky throws caught up to him on an interception near the end of the third quarter, and he was picked again early in the fourth on an underthrown pass. He did find Trey Burton for a touchdown late and connected on the Hail Mary, but this was not a good showing. He will look to rebound next week against the Jets.
Oct 21 - 4:32 PM

Tom Brady completed 25-of-36 passes for 277 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception in the Patriots' Week 7 win over the Bears.

It could not have been much easier for Brady early in this one. Focusing on the short-passing game, Brady peppered his running backs and Julian Edelman with targets on his way to an opening touchdown drive. Edelman caught that touchdown, and he found James White for his other two scores -- a short pass into the flats in the second quarter and a shovel pass on a jet sweep in the fourth. He did push the ball down the field later in the game, finding Josh Gordon with a tight-window pass for 20 yards on the final play of the first quarter and then hitting the receiver again for a fourth-down conversion. He found Gordon again for a 55-yard gain in the second half to set up his third touchdown. Brady now has three touchdowns in three of his last four games, and he has topped 300 yards in two of those. He will be a high-end QB1 in Buffalo next Monday night.
Oct 21 - 4:27 PM

Torrey Smith needed X-rays following Sunday’s Week 7 win over Philadelphia.

He was seen limping to the X-ray room after the game. Smith contributed a massive 35-yard catch on fourth down with only a few minutes remaining to keep alive what wound up being the game-winning drive. Smith finished with four catches for 61 yards on six targets. If he can’t play in Week 8 against the Ravens, D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel could get more playing time.
Oct 21 - 4:27 PM

Derek Anderson completed 20-of-31 passes for 175 yards with no touchdowns, three interceptions and one lost fumble Sunday in the Bills’ Week 7 loss to the Colts.

Anderson took two sacks for a loss of seven yards. The 35-year-old looked like he'd rather be on a golf course somewhere than playing football, committing as many turnovers (four) as Andrew Luck had touchdown passes. Anderson mostly kept it together in the first half, completing 11-of-14 throws for 90 yards and an interception. He went into self-destruct mode after that, however, continually forcing difficult throws into tight windows. That's an ill-advised strategy when your best receivers are a noticeably checked-out Kelvin Benjamin and draft bust Zay Jones. The fact that Anderson, a street free agent who barely knows the playbook, seemed like a markedly better option than Nathan Peterman shows just how bleak Buffalo's quarterback situation has gotten. With Josh Allen's elbow still healing, Anderson will likely draw another start next week against the Patriots, winners of four straight, on Monday Night Football.
Oct 21 - 4:24 PM




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