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  • 'A lot of buzz' about Rivers landing in Tampa
    CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports there's "a lot of buzz" about Tampa Bay being a possible landing spot for Philip Rivers.

    Advice: Rivers recently packed up his home in San Diego and moved cross country to Florida to be closer to his family (in Alabama). That doesn't necessarily make the Bucs his first choice, but the declining 38-year-old impending free agent will undoubtedly have fewer options than past years following his fewest touchdowns thrown (23) since 2007. Rivers isn't the worst one-year stopgap if Tampa Bay fails to iron out a deal with Jameis Winston. Tom Brady, Ryan Tannehill, Marcus Mariota and Teddy Bridgewater will also likely crop up at some point as potential fill-ins under center. Rotoworld.com 23 minutes ago
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    22.89 (15th)
     
  • Derrick Henry mum on upcoming free agency
    When asked about his upcoming contract negotiations, impending free agent Derrick Henry said, "I am sure it will get worked out."

    Advice: "Right now, we just lost a game. I am not even thinking about no contracts or things like that," said Henry in the aftermath of Sunday's season-ending loss to Kansas City. Coming off a season that saw him lead the league in rushing yards with 1,540, the former Heisman winner should be a coveted free agent, though the Titans have more than enough cap space ($60.15 million) to retain him on a lucrative long-term deal. The 26-year-old could command a deal similar to the market-setting six-year, $90-million windfall Ezekiel Elliott received from Dallas last summer. Rotoworld.com Today, 5:51 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    15.76 (44th)
     
  • 49ers not ruling Coleman out for Super Bowl
    Speaking following Sunday's NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan refused to rule Tevin Coleman (shoulder) out for Super Bowl LIV.

    Advice: Coleman's injury was tough to watch on replay, but initial testing evidently returned good news. "I’m hoping he’ll be all right next week," Shanahan said. "I don’t totally know yet. I know he’s not ruled out or anything. I think there will be a good chance (for him to go)." Raheem Mostert was literally historically good in Coleman's absence vs. the Pack, but Coleman led the Niners' attack in the Divisional Round. The 49ers will do most of their install this week but will not be required to issue official injury reports until next week. DFS players will have to sit tight for the time being, though Mostert will obviously be the priority play even if Coleman is active. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:44 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.97 (207th)
     
  • Matt Breida touches ball once vs. Packers
    Matt Breida rushed once for two yards in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.

    Advice: Breida was not targeted in the passing game. It was a disappointing stat line on an evening where Tevin Coleman was lost early to a shoulder injury. Raheem Mostert was simply rolling too hot for coach Kyle Shanahan to turn elsewhere. With Coleman all but certain to miss Super Bowl LIV against the Chiefs, Breida will certainly get more than one touch, but Mostert will have the first crack at establishing the fabled "hot hand." Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:26 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.49 (274th)
     
  • Deebo Samuel totals 89 yards vs. Packers
    Deebo Samuel caught 2-of-3 targets for 46 yards in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers, adding two rushes for 43 additional yards.

    Advice: Samuel was the only Niners pass catcher to clear 20 yards receiving on a night where Jimmy Garoppolo attempted eight passes. The 49ers' ground game was just that good. That included Samuel, who contributed a 32-yard rush on an end-around. A true game-breaker, Samuel will be a potential X-factor for Super Bowl LIV against the Chiefs, though it is obviously tough to count on volume from any Niners wideout at this point. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:23 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    11.76 (84th)
     
  • Emmanuel Sanders held without catch vs. GB
    Emmanuel Sanders was held without a catch on one target in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game win over the Packers.

    Advice: With the 49ers absolutely pasting people on the ground, Sanders has been needed for only two grabs this postseason. That should change against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs' dynamic passing attack, but Kansas City is more vulnerable on the ground than through the air. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:22 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.16 (79th)
     
  • 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
    1.14 (383rd)
     
  • Jake Kumerow catches 23-yard pass vs. 49ers
    Jake Kumerow posted a 23-yard reception on his lone target in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: Soon-to-be 28-year-old Kumerow received only sporadic opportunities for the Packers' woefully undermanned receiver corps this season, turning them into 12/219/1. That does come out to a scintillating 18.3 yards per grab. A mediocre athlete already nearing 30 years of age, Kumerow is far from guaranteed of being re-signed as a restricted free agent. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:54 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.24 (313th)
     
  • 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
    0.72 (401st)
     
  • Valdes-Scantling not targeted in NFCCG
    Marquez Valdes-Scantling was not targeted in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: The second-year pro began the year in three-receiver sets but was mothballed halfway through the season. Just 36 of his 452 yards came after Week 7. MVS displayed zero chemistry with Aaron Rodgers and took a backseat as Allen Lazard and Jake Kumerow took their cracks. Zero of the Packers' non-Davante Adams wideouts made a positive impact in 2019. Already 25, MVS might not be guaranteed a spot on the 53-man roster for what is sure to be an overhauled receiver corps in 2020. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:47 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    1.79 (360th)
     
  • Geronimo Allison ends season on quiet note
    Geronimo Allison caught 2-of-3 targets for eight yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: So ends a nightmare season for Allison that saw him fail to clear 40 yards after the month of September. Allison was given the opportunity to make noise in the slot, but he did no such thing. The 6-foot-3 Allison did play nearly 75 percent of his snaps in the middle of the field, but he ground to a "production" standstill with Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling behind Davante Adams. The Packers learned they have a truly dire need behind their No. 1 wideout. 25-year-old Allison is headed to free agency and may not be back in 2020. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:42 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.30 (280th)
     
  • Tajae Sharpe held catchless in AFC Title loss
    Tajae Sharpe didn't record a catch in Tennessee's Conference Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Sharpe accrued fewer than 330 receiving yards for the second straight year, being treated as a committee wideout with Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown when all were healthy. The latter's sheer talent eventually moved him solely into Tennessee's No. 2 role once Ryan Tannehill took over in Week 7, but Sharpe stayed stuck as their No. 4 option and was only looked to once Humphries was injured to close the year. With all expected to return, Sharpe's role will only move further from making an impact until he's allowed a change of scenery. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.95 (146th)
     
  • Allen Lazard closes book on year with 3/36
    Allen Lazard caught 3-of-4 passes for 36 yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers.

    Advice: Lazard was the Packers' second most productive receiver this season, but that wasn't saying much. He went 35/477/3 during the regular campaign before adding 3/36 in the postseason. He reached five catches twice, 100 yards once. Like every Packers wideout not named Davante Adams, Lazard had little in the way of discernible chemistry with Aaron Rodgers, though the "eye test" can lie in that regard. Although he just turned 24 last month, the second-year UDFA cannot return as the Pack's No. 2 wideout under any circumstance. He is best utilized as a down-field threat that can make noise in traffic. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:37 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.20 (110th)
     
  • Dion Lewis gets one catch in AFC Title loss
    Dion Lewis caught his only target for six yards in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Derrick Henry's monstrous four-game stretch (87/585/7) to close ‘18 clearly forced Lewis to the bench this year as the latter's 54 carries were his fewest since 2015 (and over 100 fewer than his workload the previous year). The Titans, however, were afforded a two-year 'out' when initially inking the 29-year-old to his four-year, $19.8 million contract, needing to take on only $1.125 million in dead cap space in 2020 to shed his deal — an inevitable scenario since it saves their books from his $5.162 million cap hit, freeing over $4 million to use towards Ryan Tannehill and/or Henry. Lewis will undoubtedly land elsewhere as an efficient third-down back and could easily pop up on late-round radars with the right suitor. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:25 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.21 (261st)
     
  • Jamaal Williams bottled up in NFCCG
    Jamaal Williams rushed three times for six yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers, "adding" two receptions for one yard.

    Advice: The 1B to Aaron Jones' 1A, Williams was out-touched 285-146 by his more talented backfield mate in 2019-20. Williams would occasionally win the touch battle as the Pack tried to keep Jones fresh, but Jones decisively pulled away in the second half of the season. We now have years of data of Jones being more explosive than Williams on a per-touch basis — both on the ground and through the air — but there is little reason to believe the Pack will change their two-back approach in 2020. They think it is the best way to keep Jones healthy. 2020 is the final year of Williams' rookie deal. What little dynasty league value he has is of the handcuff variety. The 24-year-old is not a future lead back. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:19 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (616th)
     
  • Henry (19/69/1) contained in AFC Championship
    Derrick Henry rushed 19 times for 69 yards and a score in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Henry initially earned his opportunity with a ludicrous four-game stretch (87/585/7) to close ‘18 and leveraged that newfound role into 303/1,540/16 on the ground, including the league’s 2019 rushing title and 83/446/2 in three postseason games. While his nonexistent receiving-game usage (24 targets) and invisibility in negative game scripts hindered his weekly floor, the Titans need only take on $1.125 million in dead cap this offseason to shed Dion Lewis’ contract and gift Henry further opportunity in 2020. Henry himself enters the new league year as an unrestricted free agent, but one would imagine GM Jon Robinson allocates an Ezekiel Elliott/Todd Gurley-like annual amount for the 26-year-old bruiser. Recency bias aside, Henry projects as a first-round pick for early Best-Ball leagues prior to the draft. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 5:21 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    15.76 (44th)
     
  • Tevin Coleman carted with shoulder injury
    Tevin Coleman was carted from Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Packers with a shoulder injury and will not return.

    Advice: Coleman's arm got twisted awkwardly at the end of a red zone run. It had the looks of a serious issue. An upper-body carting could be anything from a separated shoulder to torn biceps. Coming off a scintillating Divisional Round appearance, Coleman had taken a backseat to Raheem Mostert before departing. With Jeff Wilson inactive, Mostert and Matt Breida will be fed heavily in Coleman's absence. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:30 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.97 (207th)
     
  • Rivers moves family from San Diego to Florida
    ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter report Philip Rivers has "permanently" moved his family from San Diego to Florida.

    Advice: Rivers, who hails from Alabama, is moving cross country to be closer to his family. "What this means football-wise is to be determined but it was time for us to move back closer to home," Rivers said in a text message to ESPN Sunday morning. This could be a sign the long-time Charger is preparing to play elsewhere in 2020. The 38-year-old Rivers will soon join a loaded free-agent class that includes fellow quarterbacks Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Jameis Winston, Ryan Tannehill, Marcus Mariota and Teddy Bridgewater. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 9:44 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    22.89 (15th)
     
  • Titans 'hoping' to bring back Derrick Henry
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Titans are "hoping" to re-sign impending free agent Derrick Henry.

    Advice: In the words of Grammy-nominated recording artist Billie Eilish, duh. Henry has been a rockstar for the Titans, cruising to 588 rushing yards over his last three games while leading Tennessee to consecutive road upsets over the defending champion Patriots and top-seeded Ravens. The rushing champ and former Heisman winner could be retained on the franchise tag, though the Titans may opt to use the tag on quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is also headed for free agency. With over $60 million in available cap room, the Titans have more than enough cash to re-sign both at competitive salaries. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 9:39 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    15.76 (44th)
     
  • Allen Lazard not listed
    Packers WR Allen Lazard (ankle) wasn't listed on the team's final injury report.

    Advice: Lazard is good to go for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers. It's a brutal matchup for everyone involved against the league's No. 2 defense in pass DVOA during the regular season. Still, Richard Sherman (PFF's No. 1 CB) doesn't move around the formation, so Davante Adams and Lazard could match up against Ahkello Witherspoon (No. 79) and K'Waun Williams (No. 9) whenever they please. Get your popcorn ready. Rotoworld.com Friday, 1:49 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.20 (110th)
     
  • Geronimo Allison not listed
    Packers WR Geronimo Allison (illness) wasn't listed on the team's final injury report.

    Advice: Allison is good to go for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers. Still, he's worked behind Allen Lazard and Davante Adams for most of the second half of the season. The continued involvement of Marquez Valdes-Scanting and Jake Kumerow renders all of these complementary WRs as low-floor/ceiling fantasy options in this tough matchup against the beastly 49ers' secondary that ranked among the league's top-three units in net yards allowed per attempt (No. 1), explosive pass-play rate allowed (No. 3) and pass defense DVOA (No. 2). Rotoworld.com Friday, 1:48 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.30 (280th)
     
  • Allen Lazard (ankle) remains 'limited'
    Allen Lazard (ankle) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.

    Advice: Lazard's injury is not believed to be serious. The Packers are simply monitoring his reps ahead of the biggest game of the year (so far). Lazard played through the issue in the Divisional Round. He will continue to rotate snaps/targets with the Packers' gaggle of non-Davante Adams wideouts. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 1:52 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.20 (110th)
     
  • Allen Lazard (ankle) limited on Wednesday
    Allen Lazard (ankle) was limited for Wednesday's practice.

    Advice: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport added that Lazard's ankle injury is "minor" and he "should be OK." Lazard exited in the first half of Green Bay's Divisional Round win over Seattle but was able to return. No matter the 24-year-old's final status heading into Sunday, both Jake Kumerow and Geronimo Allison are also expected to be involved in a committee approach for the Packers' No. 2/3 spots. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 2:07 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.20 (110th)
     
  • Allison absent from practice on Wednesday
    Geronimo Allison wasn't available for Wednesday's practice.

    Advice: The Packers were relatively healthy for Wednesday's practice, missing only WRs Ryan Grant and Allison for health reasons. Bryan Bulaga (illness) also returned after being removed from Green Bay's Divisional Round win over the Seahawks with the flu. No matter Allison's final status for Sunday, both Jake Kumerow and Allen Lazard (ankle) are fully expected to be involved as a rotating group in three-wide sets behind him. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 12:33 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.30 (280th)
     
  • Lazard isn't targeted in win over Seahawks
    Allen Lazard wasn't targeted in the Packers' Divisional round win over the Seahawks.

    Advice: Lazard left in the first half with an ankle injury but quickly returned. He just never saw a target. Davante Adams saw 11 of them, and the next closest Packers player drew four looks. Lazard is mainly in the game for his run blocking at 6'5/227 while he remains raw as a wideout. The Packers face the Niners in the NFC title game. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 7:39 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.20 (110th)
     
  • Jamaal Williams gets two touches in victory
    Jamaal Williams rushed one time for three yards and caught a nine-yard pass on his lone target in the Packers' Divisional round win over the Seahawks.

    Advice: Williams was on the injury report early in the week with a shoulder issue. Aaron Jones again dominated backfield work with 21-62-2 on the ground, and Williams was actually out-carried 2-1 by Tyler Ervin. Williams will not be a DFS option for the NFC title game against the Niners. Rotoworld.com Jan 12, 7:23 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (616th)
     
  • Tajae Sharpe held catchless in Divisional win
    Tajae Sharpe didn't record a catch in Tennessee's Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Sharpe took a backseat in the slot with Kalif Raymond back and that move immediately paid dividends for the Titans as the latter beat Marlon Humphrey up the seam for a 45-yard touchdown to start the second quarter. With Ryan Tannehill being scaled back to just 29 attempts and 160 passing yards in two postseason wins, there's not much room for any of Tennessee's wideouts to flourish, let alone one stuck in a committee for their No. 3 job. Sharpe isn't an option for any format moving forward. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 9:40 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.95 (146th)
     
  • Dion Lewis doesn't see the field in upset win
    Dion Lewis didn't see the field in Tennessee's Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Lewis got three unexpected touches in the Titans' Wild Card win, which was three more than he was needed for in Tennessee's domination over Baltimore through all four quarters. He's now been out-touched by Derrick Henry 99 to 4 in the team's last three games. Lewis won't be an option for any format on AFC Championship weekend. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 9:34 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.21 (261st)
     
  • Henry carries Titans to AFC Championship game
    Derrick Henry rushed 30 times for 195 yards in Tennessee's Divisional Round upset over Baltimore.

    Advice: Henry became the league’s first running back since the merger to rush for at least 180 yards in three consecutive games, simultaneously finishing as the first in NFL history to run for 175-plus in the same postseason. Baltimore corralled the 26-year-old to 56 yards on 11 carries in the first half but watched him gash their front-seven for a 66-yard dash up the gut in the third quarter before lining up in the Wildcat formation and Tebow’ing a three-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis. With potentially two games to go, Henry currently sits just 233 yards shy of trumping John Riggins’ postseason record of 610 rushing yards in 1982. The Titans will either travel to Kansas City or Houston for next week’s AFC Conference Championship game. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 8:31 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    15.76 (44th)
     
  • Deebo Samuel totals 48 yards vs. Vikings
    Deebo Samuel caught 3-of-6 targets for 42 yards in the 49ers' Divisional Round win over the Vikings, adding a six-yard rush.

    Advice: Samuel's six targets led the 49ers' offense on an afternoon where the passing attack wasn't needed much. Samuel nearly committed a monumental mistake, appearing to lose a first half fumble, but the gaffe was overturned on review. It was smooth sailing for the 49ers from there. Hot down the stretch of the regular season, Swiss-army Samuel will have X-factor potential for the NFC Championship Game. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 5:04 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    11.76 (84th)
     
  • Emmanuel Sanders held to two catches vs. MIN
    Emmanuel Sanders caught 2-of-2 targets for 33 yards in the 49ers' Divisional Round win over the Vikings.

    Advice: Jimmy Garoppolo completed only 11 passes as the 49ers rode their dominant ground game and defense to an easy win. When Jimmy G did throw the ball, he targeted each of George Kittle, Deebo Samuel and Kendrick Bourne more often than Sanders. Sanders will still be the 49ers' most likely No. 2 option in an NFC Championship Game where more should be needed from the Niners' passing game against either Green Bay or Seattle. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 4:59 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.16 (79th)
     
  • Tevin Coleman randomly revives for 22/105/2
    Tevin Coleman rushed 22 times for 105 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the 49ers' Divisional Round win over the Vikings.

    Advice: The two-score day came after Coleman found the end zone once in nine games following his four-score outburst in Week 8. Both Cousins and Raheem Mostert were gutting the Vikings' defensive front on an afternoon where Jimmy Garoppolo had zero success as a passer. Today's revival probably wasn't terribly instructive ahead of an NFC Championship Game showdown with either the Packers or Seahawks. Coach Kyle Shanahan will continue to ride the "hot hand." It could just as easily be Mostert as Coleman in Week 20. Rotoworld.com Jan 11, 4:24 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.97 (207th)
     
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