Player Notes

  • Bucs waive WR Donteea Dye
    Bucs waived WR Donteea Dye.

    Advice: Coach Dirk Koetter said Dye wasn't in shape after missing time with a hamstring injury. The Bucs signed Freddie Martino to replace him as their No. 5 wideout. Dye will revert to the practice squad when he clears waivers. Today, 3:44 pm
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  • Joe Flacco expected to be active Week 7
    ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley expects Joe Flacco (shoulder, questionable) to be active Week 7 against the Jets after the Ravens failed to add a quarterback Saturday.

    Advice: He is fully expected to start after getting in a full practice Friday, and Hensley said he "showed no effects" from the injury in the session. Flacco has flubbed plenty of good matchups this season, but he should find success against the Jets. He is a fine streaming option. Daily Slant: Even though the Jets are dead last in Football Outsiders’ pass DVOA metric, it may be best to avoid Flacco in daily contests. There’s been reverse line movement on this game – an indication that sharp money is on the Jets – and the total has trended downward to 40.5. Flacco has only thrown five touchdowns over six games, and he appears to be pretty banged up. Plus, there are other similarly priced quarterbacks in equally great matchups. For example, Andy Dalton has the Browns and Kirk Cousins faces the Lions. Today, 8:46 am
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  • Bryce Petty likely to see starts this season
    NJ Advance Media's Darryl Slater expects Jets sophomore QB Bryce Petty to make starts this season.

    Advice: Slater expects the Jets to roll with Geno Smith until they are officially eliminated from the playoffs, but then he believes Petty will get his shot. With both Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick headed to free agency, the Jets need to see what they have in Petty and perhaps second-round rookie Christian Hackenberg. Petty is not a bad stash in deep two-QB leagues. Today, 8:12 am
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  • Patriots using two TEs on 73 percent of plays
    The Patriots have used two tight ends on 73 percent of their offensive plays in the last two weeks.

    Advice: New England has six touchdowns and zero turnovers from that formation with Tom Brady in the lineup. With Martellus Bennett finally giving the Patriots a viable option opposite Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots have returned to the offense which worked so well from 2010-12. Both Bennett and Gronk are viable TE1s moving forward. Today, 8:02 am
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  • Ajayi 'unquestioned No. 1 option' in Miami?
    ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker said Jay Ajayi is the "unquestioned No. 1 option" in the backfield.

    Advice: Ajayi has certainly earned a long look after exploding for 204 yards and two scores against the Steelers, but Arian Foster got in full practices all week and is clearly nearing full health. Even if Ajayi is the clear starter and early-down option, Foster should siphon away some touches, especially in the passing game. Ajayi is tough to trust as anything more than an RB3 in a tough matchup with the Bills this week. Today, 7:11 am
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