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  • Jace Sternberger goes 2/13/1 in NFCCG
    Jace Sternberger caught 2-of-2 targets for 13 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: Activated from injured reserve in Week 9, Sternberger caught zero regular season passes but emerged for three postseason grabs. His snaps increased down the stretch. Going on 24, Sternberger remains an intriguing catch-first tight end who will be a candidate for a much bigger role in 2020. Jimmy Graham is a possible, if not likely, cap casualty. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:12 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.90 (383rd)
     
  • MyCole Pruitt catches 9-yard pass in loss
    MyCole Pruitt recorded a nine-yard catch in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Primarily a run-blocking tight end, Pruitt totaled 6/90/1 receiving over 16 games in his fifth year in the league. Both he and Anthony Firkser enter the new league year as free agents, but either/both could be brought back behind Jonnu Smith pending Delanie Walker's status. Pruitt turns 28 in March. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:52 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.48 (411th)
     
  • Reduced to blocking, Kittle catches one pass
    George Kittle posted a 19-yard reception on his lone target in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.

    Advice: Reduced to run blocking for the 49ers' dominant ground game this postseason, Kittle will head into Super Bowl LIV with just four catches for 35 yards across two playoff appearances. He should be needed for more against a Chiefs defense that coughed up the 11th most tight end fantasy points this season, though perhaps the 49ers' running game is simply too locked in. The Chiefs are far more vulnerable on the ground than through the air. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:14 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    13.31 (28th)
     
  • Jimmy Graham posts 59 yards in NFCCG loss
    Jimmy Graham caught 4-of-5 targets for 59 yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: Graham appeared to score a 43-yard touchdown in the opening seconds of the fourth quarter but was ruled down at the one-yard line. He heads into the offseason with 109 yards over his past two games, his second best two-game stretch of 2019-20. That tells you all you need to know about where 33-year-old Graham's game is at this point. Still under contract for one more season, Graham has never established on-field chemistry with Aaron Rodgers and has little explosion left in his legs. Third-round rookie Jace Sternberger saw his playing time increase down the stretch. Cutting Graham would clear $8 million in cap space while leaving behind just $3.36 million in dead money. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:08 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.88 (215th)
     
  • Anthony Firsker closes year with 22-yard TD
    Anthony Firkser caught a 22-yard touchdown in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Firkser wasn't afforded an opportunity in 12 personnel until Delanie Walker suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 6. The former Harvard grad then finished the year with 13/179/1 in his last 10 games with Ryan Tannehill under center, sprinkling in two postseason touchdowns as one of the team's go-to red zone threats. 25 in February, Firsker will command very little in free agency despite being a clear receiving threat. It wouldn't be shocking to see him land back with the Titans if Walker walks away altogether. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:07 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.42 (282nd)
     
  • Jonnu Smith spikes career-highs in third year
    Jonnu Smith caught 3-of-4 targets for 38 yards in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Smith’s third year in the league began much like his last two as he stayed glued behind Delanie Walker on Tennessee’s depth chart through their first six games. The 35-year-old’s season-ending ankle injury (only one year after initially suffering a gruesome broken ankle) inevitably opened the door for Smith to finish as fantasy’s overall TE17 with career-highs in targets (44), catches (35), and receiving yards (439), including 29/342/3 from Ryan Tannehill from Week 7 on. With MyCole Pruitt and Anthony Firsker both expected to hit the open market in March, it’s plausible Smith returns in 2020 as the Titans' de facto No. 1 tight end. He should be viewed as a tremendous late-round flier pending Walker’s status. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 6:14 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.63 (157th)
     
  • Travis Kelce totals 3/30 receiving in CC win
    Travis Kelce caught 3-of-4 targets for 30 yards in Kansas City's AFC Championship win over the Titans.

    Advice: A one-on-one matchup with Kevin Byard proved to be a much tougher task than dealing with Jahleel Addae and Justin Reid. Kelce sprinkled in a couple of his catches in the first half but was ultimately shutdown for the final two quarters once the Titans shifted to more zone and double-coverage to contain him and Tyreek Hill (5/67/2) in the slot and along the perimeter. Kelce still made his impact felt with two massive seal-blocks that sprung both Damien Williams and Hill open for their scores that began from behind the line of scrimmage. One would imagine Kelce is looked to often in Super Bowl 54 in Miami. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:08 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Report: Witten could join Garrett with Giants
    ESPN's Chris Mortenson reports Jason Witten could continue playing under OC Jason Garrett with the Giants.

    Advice: Witten reportedly hasn't ruled out playing next year, which could lead to a reunion with Garrett in New York. The Giants apparently view the 37-year-old veteran as grizzled support in their young locker room and as someone who's obviously familiar with Garrett's offense. Having said that, Witten's future is still undecided and could trickle into offseason workouts before being officially resolved. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 10:44 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.66 (192nd)
     
  • Kittle (ankle) not listed on final report
    49ers TE George Kittle wasn't listed on the team's final injury report.

    Advice: Kittle practiced in full on Thursday and Friday. He's good to go for the 49ers' NFC Championship matchup against the Packers. Kittle is already redefining what the modern TE is capable of achieving, as he set PFF's 10-year record for most yards per route run in 2019 with 3.1. The Packers ranked just 23rd in explosive pass-play rate allowed this season, while the 49ers created big plays in the passing game at the league's single-highest rate. Rotoworld.com Friday, 1:38 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    13.31 (28th)
     
  • Travis Kelce (knee) good to go for Sunday
    Coach Andy Reid confirmed TE Travis Kelce (knee) will play Sunday against the Titans.

    Advice: There wasn't much doubt that Kelce would suit up this week, but Reid did note that the Chiefs' stud TE is feeling better than he did before their Divisional Round win over the Texans. The main focus of the Titans could be slowing down Kelce. Only the Cardinals (16) and Browns (10) allowed more touchdowns to opposing TEs than the Titans (9) this season. Ball-hawking FS Kevin Byard will be needed more than ever to help slow down this passing game. Byard has 17 interceptions over the past three seasons; nobody else has reached even 14. Rotoworld.com Friday, 11:21 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Jason Witten remains undecided on future
    37-year-old Jason Witten remains undecided on his playing future.

    Advice: Asked about Witten's situation on Thursday, new coach Mike McCarthy said the veteran "has a lot going on." Coming off a 2019 where he posted a modest 63/529/4 line while averaging a dreadful 8.4 yards per catch, Witten turns 38 in May. He is also technically a free agent, though the Cowboys are assuredly the only team he would play for. Witten made $3.5 million in 2019. He would likely have to take a pay cut. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 3:06 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.66 (192nd)
     
  • Kelce (knee) remains 'limited' Thursday
    Travis Kelce (knee) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.

    Advice: The Chiefs are just monitoring Kelce's reps following his monster Divisional Round performance. He will be worth paying up for in DFS contests this weekend. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 2:21 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • George Kittle practicing in full Thursday
    George Kittle (ankle) will practice in full on Thursday.

    Advice: Per coach Kyle Shanahan, Kittle was just dealing with "some" soreness when he sat out Wednesday's practice. He's expected to be close to full strength for Sunday's NFC Championship Game. Kittle caught just three balls for 16 yards in the Niners' Divisional Round beatdown of the Vikings. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 11:09 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    13.31 (28th)
     
  • Kittle (ankle) doesn't practice on Wednesday
    George Kittle (ankle) was sidelined for Wednesday's practice.

    Advice: Coach Kyle Shanahan didn't mention any injury to Kittle when talking with the media. Although he was spotted in sweatpants and sneakers at Wednesday's practice, Kittle also reportedly didn't have a limp while battling ankle soreness stemming from Saturday's Divisional Round win over Minnesota. His status will obviously be worth monitoring as the week progresses. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 3:04 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    13.31 (28th)
     
  • Travis Kelce (knee) limited for Wednesday
    Travis Kelce (knee) was a limited participant for Wednesday's practice.

    Advice: Kelce was also limited for every session last week before exploding for 10/134/3 and a 34 percent target share (!!!) on 12 looks from Patrick Mahomes in negative game script against the Texans. It's unlikely the Chiefs will be forced to come from behind by 20-plus points again, but Kelce is still fully expected to be heavily involved in Sunday's Conference Championship game barring a shocking mid-week downgrade. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 2:11 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Antonio Gates retires after 16 NFL seasons
    Former Chargers TE Antonio Gates announced his retirement from the NFL after 16 seasons.

    Advice: The 39-year-old Gates last played in 2018. The Chargers lifer and former Kent State power forward retires with 116 career touchdown catches, tops among NFL tight ends and good for seventh-most all-time. An eight-time Pro Bowler, Gates was arguably the most feared tight end in football throughout his prime, operating as the chief red-zone weapon for both Drew Brees and Philip Rivers during his 16-year run in San Diego/Los Angeles. He contributed two 1,000-yard receiving seasons while also reaching double-digit touchdowns on four occasions. Gates never won a Super Bowl—or even played in one—but there's no doubt he'll go down as one of the greatest tight ends to ever lace them up. A Hall of Fame shoe-in, Gates won't have to wait long for his enshrinement in Canton. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 11:11 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (769th)
     
  • Jacob Hollister goes 5-47 in loss to Packers
    Jacob Hollister caught 5-of-6 targets for 47 yards in the Seahawks' Divisional round loss to the Packers.

    Advice: Will Dissly tore his Achilles' in October, opening the door for Hollister to run with the tight end job in Seattle. He'd previously been unable to stay healthy despite impressing in training camps and preseasons with the Patriots. The Seahawks traded for Hollister last offseason and gave him a shot. Hollister became a favorite red-zone and chain-moving target for Russell Wilson, catching 41 balls for 349 yards and three scores after coming into the year with just eight career grabs. He'll be a restricted free agent this spring. Assuming he's back with Seattle, Hollister won't be handed the No. 1 job. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 7:42 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.17 (171st)
     
  • Jimmy Graham posts 3-49 in Divisional win
    Jimmy Graham caught 3-of-4 targets for 49 yards in the Packers' Divisional round win over the Seahawks.

    Advice: The 49 yards matches his single-game most since Week 11. Graham's big play was a third-down catch he took all the way to the marker to run out the clock on the Seahawks' season late in the fourth quarter. The spot was reviewed, but the refs let the original call of a first down stand despite it appearing short of the sticks. Graham won't be a fantasy option for next week's NFC title match with the 49ers. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 7:29 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.88 (215th)
     
  • Fells scores as Texans blow huge lead in KC
    Darren Fells chipped in with three catches for 22 yards and a touchdown on 22 targets Sunday in the Texans’ Divisional Round loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Practically un-guardable on the goal-line, the hulking 6'7," 270-pound Goliath nabbed a four-yard touchdown to stretch Houston's lead to 21 in the first quarter. Obviously that lead didn't last as the Texans came apart at the seams en route to an embarrassing 20-point loss. Fells broke out for seven touchdowns during the regular season, third-most among tight ends, though his other contributions were lacking (just 34 catches for 341 yards). Even at a desolate position, Fells won't carry much fantasy significance heading into drafts next summer. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 5:27 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.24 (259th)
     
  • KC survives slow start behind Kelce's 3 TDs
    Travis Kelce delivered 10 catches for 134 yards and three touchdowns on 12 targets Sunday in the Chiefs’ Divisional Round victory over the Texans.

    Advice: If Kelce was in any pain Sunday—a mid-week knee issue landed him on the Chiefs' injury report—you'd never know it as the tight end completely dominated, wreaking havoc on a Texans defense that was ill-equipped to handle a player of his elite caliber. Backing down defenders like Shaquille O'Neal in his prime, Kelce gobbled up three touchdowns Sunday, all within an eight-minute span in the second quarter as the Chiefs came back from 24 down to take a four-point halftime lead. On top of his touchdown frenzy, Kelce also drew a 28-yard pass interference flag, setting up a first-and-goal from the Texans' five-yard line. Kelce tweaked his hamstring late in the first half, but was back out for Kansas City's opening drive of the third quarter. With Houston conquered, the Chiefs will now take aim at the Titans, who scored a 35-32 upset when these teams met at Arrowhead in Week 10. Kelce caught all seven of his targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in the losing effort. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 3:45 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Kelce (hamstring) questionable to return
    Travis Kelce left Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Texans with a hamstring injury and is questionable to return. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 2:15 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Travis Kelce (knee) active for Texans rematch
    Travis Kelce (knee) is active for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Texans.

    Advice: While some assumed Kelce's limited reps this week were maintenance-related, he's actually dealing with a knee injury (NFL Network's Ian Rapoport referred to it as "IT band tightness") first suffered at Wednesday's practice. Nonetheless, Kelce will play through the pain in Sunday's must-win at Arrowhead. The winner will host the sixth-seeded Titans in next week's AFC title game. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 10:47 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Mark Andrews (ankle) to sit out Pro Bowl
    Mark Andrews (ankle) doesn't expect to play in the upcoming Pro Bowl.

    Advice: Andrews admitted his late-season ankle injury was something he had to "battle through." The injury proved to be a hindrance in Saturday's loss to Tennessee as the second-year tight end slumped to just 39 yards on four catches. Rather than appear in the Pro Bowl, Andrews' first such honor since arriving as a third-round pick in 2018, the hobbled tight end will cede his AFC roster spot to someone else. Andrews led all tight ends with 10 touchdowns during the regular season. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 8:48 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (734th)
     
  • Travis Kelce battling IT band tightness
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Travis Kelce (questionable, knee) is battling IT band tightness.

    Advice: Rapoport's NFL Network colleague James Palmer added that Kelce "had a good day" Friday and practiced without a knee brace throughout the week. The injury is causing Kelce a "small bit of pain," though the same could probably be said of most players at this late juncture. Needless to say, Kelce should play his usual role when the Chiefs host Houston in Sunday's Divisional Round matchup. The seven-year vet led all NFL tight ends in both catches (97) and yards (1,229) during the regular season. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 8:20 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Darren Fells set to play Divisional Round
    Darren Fells (questionable, hip) will play in Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Chiefs.

    Advice: He'll play through his questionable tag, as will Will Fuller (groin) and Kenny Stills (knee). With Jordan Akins shelved by a hamstring injury, Fells should serve in a near-every-down capacity in Sunday's Divisional Round. Fells finished third among tight ends with seven touchdowns during the regular season, though he only topped 50 receiving yards on two occasions. Notably, one of those occurrences came against the Chiefs in Week 6 (6-69-0 on seven targets). Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 5:10 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.24 (259th)
     
  • Hayden Hurst catches 4/53/1 in playoff loss
    Hayden Hurst caught 4-of-6 targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's Divisional Round loss to the Titans.

    Advice: It was the second-most receiving yards he's recorded all year. Hurst ultimately finished as the overall TE34 due to his limited production and opportunity behind Mark Andrews (64/852/10) all season. It wasn't his fault; Baltimore leaned heavily on 12 and 13 personnel, but 164 of Lamar Jackson's 401 attempts were directed at either Marquise Brown or Andrews. Hurst merely saw 39 targets, turning them into 30/349/2 receiving. He'll remain an intriguing dynasty option in 2020, but he shouldn't be counted on unless Andrews misses time. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 11:39 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.75 (218th)
     
  • Mark Andrews (4/39) limited in loss to Titans
    Mark Andrews caught 4-of-7 targets for 39 yards in Baltimore's stunning Divisional Round loss to the Titans.

    Advice: Andrews first flashed in '18, closing his rookie year with 13/308/1 and an absurd 23.6 yards per catch over Baltimore's last seven games with Lamar Jackson under center. That rapport clearly carried over into '19 as Andrews finished the year with 64/852 receiving and a position-high 10 touchdowns as the No. 5 overall tight end. With all 11 starters expected to return on offense, it's easy to project Andrews as a top-six option in 2020 in what will be his second year (barring any surprises) under OC Greg Roman. A clean bill of health after battling several nagging injuries throughout the year would also go a long way. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 10:47 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (734th)
     
  • Anthony Firkser doesn't see a target in upset
    Anthony Firkser wasn't targeted in Tennessee's Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Firkser's touchdown from Tennessee's Wild Card win was just his second all year, so his return to the norm was expected. His typical red zone shot instead went to Jonnu Smith, who made a circus-like 12-yard catch to account for one of Ryan Tannehill's two passing touchdowns on the evening. Firkser will remain on the field alongside Smith in next week's AFC Championship game, but their production is complete guesswork. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 9:29 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.42 (282nd)
     
  • Jonnu Smith makes one-handed TD catch in win
    Jonnu Smith caught 2-of-3 targets for 12 yards and a touchdown in Tennessee's Divisional Round domination over the Ravens.

    Advice: Smith's 12-yard touchdown was arguably the best catch of the season as he seemingly tipped the ball in the corner of the end zone back to himself, sitting just before he rolled out of bounds. Dan Fouts said it best: "one cheek equals two feet." Smith also saw two targets in the Wild Card round against New England, bringing his postseason receiving totals to 3/21/1 on five targets as Ryan Tannehill has clearly taken a backseat to Derrick Henry's 64 carries in that span. Smith will again be a boom-or-bust option in two-game DFS slates during next week's AFC Championship bout. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 9:23 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.63 (157th)
     
  • Irv Smith catches 3 balls as MIN eliminated
    Irv Smith caught 3-of-3 targets for 39 yards in the Vikings' Divisional Round loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: Smith bounced back from a Wild Card doughnut, coming in third on the Vikes in yards. It was a nice end to a promising rookie campaign that saw Smith draw Kyle Rudolph to a receiving standstill. Smith posted a 36/311 line to Rudolph's 39/367. It was in the red zone where Rudolph separated himself, taking advantage of his massive frame to out-score Smith 6-2. The receiving line was still quite an achievement for the No. 2 tight end in a run-first offense. Seven months shy of his 22nd birthday, Smith is an exciting dynasty league hold. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 5:22 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.90 (239th)
     
  • Kyle Rudolph limited to two receptions vs. SF
    Kyle Rudolph caught 2-of-3 targets for four yards in the Vikings' Divisional Round loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: With the Viking struggling for first downs, let alone red zone trips, Rudolph never had a chance at a big day. Seemingly certain to be traded or cut last offseason, Rudolph instead signed a June extension and remained a feared red zone weapon, making a number of highlight reel touchdown catches. That included in overtime in the Wild Card Round. Otherwise, Rudolph slumped to five-year lows in both catches (39) and receiving yards (367). There is little passing volume to go around in the Vikes' run-obsessed offense, and Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen dominate the attempts that do exist. With Irv Smith flashing as a rookie, there is nowhere to go but down for Rudolph in dynasty leagues. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 5:16 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.46 (281st)
     
  • George Kittle goes 3/16 versus Vikings
    George Kittle caught 3-of-5 targets for 16 yards in the 49ers' Divisional Round win over the Vikings.

    Advice: It was Kittle's quietest receiving performance in over a month. He was needed more as a run blocker as the Niners gutted the Vikings on the ground. Kittle will undoubtedly be needed for more as a receiver in the NFC Championship Game. Either Green Bay or Seattle is on deck. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 5:11 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    13.31 (28th)
     
  • Mark Andrews (ankle) active versus Titans
    Mark Andrews (ankle) is active for the Divisional Round against the Titans.

    Advice: Andrews reportedly was not moving super well in this week's practices, but Andrews barely practiced for long stretches of the regular season. Rarely did he appear hobbled on Sundays. Save for perhaps a banged up Mark Ingram (calf), no Raven is a better bet to find the end zone against the Titans than Andrews. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 3:48 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (734th)
     
  • Kelce (knee) expected to play vs Texans
    ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports Travis Kelce (questionable, knee) is expected to play in the Chiefs' Divisional Round matchup against the Texans.

    Advice: Kelce's status was never in doubt despite his questionable tag. There's nothing wrong with his knee, the Chiefs were just resting Kelce to deal with some "end-of-season wear." Even at less than 100 percent, Kelce is in a great spot against the Texans' leaky secondary. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 6:34 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
  • Darren Fells (hip) listed questionable
    Texans TE Darren Fells (hip) is questionable for the team's Divisional Round matchup against the Chiefs.

    Advice: Fells had a near every-down role with Jordan Akins (hamstring) sidelined last week. Fells would again be in play as a DFS salary-saving option with multi-touchdown upside in his range of possibilities if Akins is too hurt to suit up. Still, this late-week injury indicates that Fells could be playing at less than 100 percent if active this Sunday. Look for Deshaun Watson to focus most of his attention on DeAndre Hopkins, Kenny Stills (knee, questionable) and Will Fuller (groin, questionable) assuming the offense's field-stretching WRs are healthy enough to suit up. Rotoworld.com Jan 10, 1:05 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.24 (259th)
     
  • Travis Kelce (knee) listed as questionable
    Travis Kelce (knee) is questionable for the Chiefs' Divisional Round matchup against the Texans.

    Advice: Coach Andy Reid said Friday that Kelce's injury is "more of a bruise than anything." The Chiefs' long-time stud TE is fully expected to suit up this week. Only Michael Thomas (1,725), Julio Jones (1,394) and Chris Godwin (1,333) had more receiving yards than Kelce (1,229) this season. Rotoworld.com Jan 10, 12:53 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.96 (31st)
     
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