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  • Deshaun Watson (ankle) listed as full Monday
    Deshaun Watson (ankle) was listed as a full participant on the Texans' estimated practice report Monday.

    Advice: The Texans didn't actually practice Monday, but they're required to submit an estimated injury report. Watson appeared to badly hurt his ankle in Week 11, but didn't miss any game action. He's fully expected to suit up Thursday night against the Colts. Watson is an auto-start fantasy QB, although don't underestimate the chances that this injury limits his sky-high rushing floor. Overall, only Lamar Jackson (9) has more games with at least 30 rushing yards than Watson (6) this season. Rotoworld.com Today, 1:28 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    28.11 (3rd)
     
  • Patricia: Stafford (back) is week to week
    Coach Matt Patricia said Matthew Stafford (back) remains week to week.

    Advice: Backup QB Jeff Driskel has performed admirably in Stafford's absence, particularly against the Cowboys in Week 11. Overall, Driskel completed 15-of-26 passes for 209 yards and a pair of scores through the air while adding an additional 51 yards and another touchdown on the ground after having a whole week to work with the starting offense. Stafford will flirt with mid-tier QB1 potential if active Sunday against the Redskins, but don't sleep on Driskel providing upside QB2 value thanks to his rushing ability. Rotoworld.com Today, 1:18 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Nagy: Trubisky dealing with right hip pointer
    Bears coach Matt Nagy said Mitchell Trubisky suffered a "right hip pointer" at the end of the second quarter Sunday night.

    Advice: "Every decision that was made, it had zero to do with [Trubisky's] play," Nagy said. "It was completely based off the injury that he had last night and where he was at." Sure. Down 17-7 with 3:24 remaining, Nagy pulled the plug on Trubisky before the team's final drive just as he was hitting his stride on 24-of-43 attempts on the evening. Nagy wouldn't speculate if Trubisky would practice this week but did confirm the former first-rounder's "absolutely" the starter if healthy. Chase Daniel's chances of closing the year under center increase with every rep Trubisky takes. Rotoworld.com Today, 10:18 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    17.42 (40th)
     
  • Jared Goff's struggles continue
    Jared Goff completed 11-of-18 passes for 173 yards with an interception in the Rams' Week 11 win over Chicago.

    Advice: This was another ugly game for Goff, who the Rams hid behind a run-heavy gamescript. His interception was an ill-advised throw under pressure that went directly to Roquan Smith. Goff was playing without much of a supporting cast with Robert Woods a surprise inactive. He's had a rough start to November, with no touchdowns and three interceptions over the last two games. Goff will likely continue his downward trend in a matchup with the Ravens on Monday night in Week 12. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:20 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    21.80 (19th)
     
  • Mitchell Trubisky exits late with hip injury
    Mitchell Trubisky left with a right hip injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday night's game with the Rams.

    Advice: Trubisky was pulled with three minutes left in the fourth quarter. He had been struggling before his departure, averaging 4.4 YPA while completing just 56 percent of his passes and throwing an interception. We wouldn't be surprised if this was a phantom injury. Chase Daniel replaced Trubisky and could be in line to start Week 12 against the Giants. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:09 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    17.42 (40th)
     
  • Ryan Finley disastrous under pressure in loss
    Ryan Finley completed 13-of-31 passes for 115 yards and one pick in Cincinnati's Week 11 loss to the Raiders.

    Advice: Even with a plethora of backups and rookies on the field, Oakland's defense kept Finley in a constant state of duress as the No. 104 overall pick was sacked four times by fellow rookie Maxx Crosby and another time by mid-week acquisition Dion Jordan. Cincinnati's only touchdown occurred with a short field following Josh Jacobs' (23/112) fumble on the 15-yard line. Finley's four turnovers in first two starts out of the team's bye isn't encouraging for his outlook beyond 2019. The winless Bengals remain the league's best-bet to pick No. 1 overall in April's draft. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 5:49 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    15.30 (49th)
     
  • Carson Wentz quieted in loss to New England
    Carson Wentz completed 20-of-40 passes for 214 yards and a touchdown while spanning 17 yards on three rushing attempts Sunday in Philadelphia’s Week 11 loss to the Patriots.

    Advice: Wentz absorbed five sacks (though it felt closer to five hundred), resulting in a loss of 40 yards. He simply had no time to throw, a problem exacerbated by the loss of RT Lane Johnson, who bowed out with a first-half concussion. Playing without two of his top weapons in Alshon Jeffery (ankle) and DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Wentz never had a chance against the vaunted Patriots. He was lucky to escape with only one turnover, which came on a fumble scooped up by Danny Shelton with two minutes and change to go in the second quarter. Wentz's lone touchdown was initially ruled an interception, but Dallas Goedert was later credited with a five-yard score after officials ruled Goedert had possession before Jonathan Jones snatched it in the end zone. The 5-5 Eagles will be in danger of falling under .500 next week against the Seahawks, who should be well-rested coming off their bye. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 5:11 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    22.67 (16th)
     
  • Tom Brady struggles in Week 11 nail-biter
    Tom Brady completed 26-of-47 passes for 216 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions while losing a yard on his lone rushing attempt Sunday in New England’s Week 11 victory over the Eagles.

    Advice: Brady was sacked once for a seven-yard loss. This was nothing like Brady's masterful Super Bowl performance against the Eagles two years ago (Super Bowl record 505 passing yards). The 42-year-old looked his age in this one, struggling to find any semblance of rhythm while facing near-constant pressure from Philadelphia's potent pass-rush. Brady did well to avoid turnovers but struggled to sustain drives as the Pats wound up punting eight times in the victory. His longest completion came on a shovel pass to Rex Burkhead, who burst ahead for a 30-yard pick-up. New England's lone touchdown pass was surprisingly delivered by Julian Edelman, who threaded the needle to Phillip Dorsett on a well-executed flea flicker. Brady and the Pats—who just clinched their 19th consecutive winning season—host Dallas in Week 12. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 5:09 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    26.79 (6th)
     
  • Carr scores first rushing TD since '18 in win
    Derek Carr completed 25-of-29 passes for 292 yards, one touchdown, and one pick in Oakland's Week 11 victory over the Bengals.

    Advice: He not only completed his first 14 passes out the gates but also evaded oncoming defenders late in the second quarter and dove head-first for his first rushing score since October 28 last year. Carr was surgical against Cincinnati's Swiss cheese secondary, driving Oakland down the field with ease in a one-score contest in the fourth quarter as he hit Darren Waller (5/78) for a 32-yard gain and peppered Zay Jones just short of pay dirt to put the Raiders up 17-10 with less than 10 minutes to play. Despite having an efficient campaign for the Raiders on the field, Carr's floor is the only thing he brings to the table on fantasy rosters as he has yet to exceed 300 yards once this year. If he's ever going to eclipse that dreaded mark, however, it's likely next Sunday against the Jets' giving secondary. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:52 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    23.68 (12th)
     
  • Kyler throws 2 TDs, runs for another in loss
    Kyler Murray completed 24-of-33 passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns in the Cardinals' 36-26, Week 11 loss to the 49ers, adding 67 rushing yards and a third touchdown as a runner.

    Advice: Murray averaged a horrendous 4.5 yards per attempt and took four sacks. Arizona jumped out to a 16-0 lead but quickly blew it. Murray's first score went to Larry Fitzgerald, and the second was to Pharoh Cooper. Murray later put the Cardinals back on top 26-23 with his 22-yard touchdown scamper. This offense was just too conservative yet again, as they tried to dink and dunk against the Niners. Murray and the Cardinals get a bye before going on the road to face the Rams in Week 13. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:38 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    19.01 (29th)
     
  • Garoppolo has 424 yards, 4 TDs in Week 11 win
    Jimmy Garoppolo completed 34-of-45 passes for 424 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions in the 49ers' 36-26, Week 11 win over the Cardinals.

    Advice: Garoppolo didn't play as well as the numbers would suggest, as his two interceptions were horrendous throws in the red zone, the first tossed literally right to LB Jordan Hicks and the second a poor ball behind the tight end that went off his fingertips. On Garoppolo's longest pass play, Richie James did all the work for 57 yards. Garoppolo's scores went to Kendrick Bourne, Jeff Wilson, and two to Ross Dwelley. The 9-1 Niners get a big test from the Packers in Week 12. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:34 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    23.66 (13th)
     
  • Dwayne Haskins has rough day vs. NY Jets
    Dwayne Haskins completed 19-of-35 passes for 214 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Redskins' Week 11 loss to the Jets.

    Advice: The stat line doesn't paint the whole picture for Haskins, who missed passes and took too many hits in the pocket to get the offense in any rhythm. In particular, the rookie is having major issues diagnosing pressure and isn't athletic enough to get himself out of trouble, but he's also getting zero help from his coaching staff, offensive line, and receivers not named Terry McLaurin. It's simply not an environment for a rookie quarterback to succeed in. Haskins has another easy matchup with the Lions next, but expectations are low, even for a Redskins organization that hasn't shown much in decades. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 2:45 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    17.66 (38th)
     
  • Drew Brees tosses three scores in easy win
    Drew Brees completed 28-of-35 passes for 228 yards and three touchdowns in New Orleans' Week 11 win over the Bucs.

    Advice: There's no doubt Brees could've done more had he needed to. The Saints opened with five consecutive scoring drives of 60, 69, 16, 52, and 75 yards to lead 27-10 heading into the fourth quarter. Brees connected with three different receivers on all three of his touchdowns, most impressively finding Jared Cook on a jump-ball over S Andrew Adams in the corner of the end zone to open the second quarter. An encouraging bounce-back after barely being able to breathe inside the pocket against the Falcons in Week 10, consider Brees a confident low-end QB1 back home in the Superdome against the Panthers in Week 12. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 2:36 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    26.93 (5th)
     
  • Brandon Allen has 258-yard day vs. Vikings
    Brandon Allen completed 17-of-39 passes for 240 yards, one touchdown and an interception in the Broncos' 27-23, Week 11 loss to the Vikings.

    Advice: Allen added three rushes for 18 additional yards. Allen was playing pitch and catch with Courtland Sutton against the Vikings' struggling secondary but on the whole he missed more throws than he made. Troy Fumagalli was the recipient of his three-yard touchdown pass, while his interception was a red zone back-breaker in a situation where the Broncos could have gone up 27-0 before the half. Allen has put a few good things on tape but not nearly enough to hold off second-rounder Drew Lock, who is going to be inserted under center sooner rather than later. It should be Allen starting against the Bills in Week 12. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 2:25 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    15.65 (46th)
     
  • Driskel: 209 and 2 TD passing, 8-51-1 rushing
    Jeff Driskel completed 15-of-26 passes for 209 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Lions' 35-27, Week 11 loss to the Cowboys.

    Advice: Driskel added 51 yards and another score on the ground. He wasn’t awful by any stretch, regularly extending the play with his plus athleticism and giving his beastly WRs chances to win 50/50 balls down the field. Unfortunately, the Lions defense largely didn’t even come close to slowing down Dak Prescott and company. Up next is a plus matchup on the road against the Redskins. Treat Driskel as an upside QB2 considering he’s demonstrated the ability to both rack up yards on the ground as well as continue to produce fantasy points with negative game script. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 1:57 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    18.33 (33rd)
     
  • Fitzpatrick piles on 323 yds in loss to Bills
    Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 32-of-45 passes for 323 scoreless yards while gaining zero yards on his lone carry Sunday in Miami’s Week 11 loss to the Bills.

    Advice: Fitzpatrick will be feeling this one after taking seven sacks, resulting in a loss of 43 yards. He didn't turn the ball over, which is better than most can say against Buffalo's formidable defense. There was certainly some padding built into his stats as 200 of Fitzpatrick's yards came with Miami trailing in the second half. Fitzpatrick didn't get much help from the running game (the Dolphins averaged a pathetic 1.77 yards per carry on the ground) or were his offensive line, though he still had success throwing to DeVante Parker, who set season-highs in both catches (seven) and receiving yards (135). As he's proven in recent weeks (Miami had won two straight prior to Sunday's disappointment), FitzMagic still has a few tricks up his sleeve. Unfortunately his supporting cast is among the league's weakest, which obviously limits his fantasy potential. At least he'll avoid Myles Garrett (suspended indefinitely for attacking Mason Rudolph with his own helmet) next week at Cleveland. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 1:41 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    21.20 (24th)
     
  • Watson has awful day as Texans get destroyed
    Deshaun Watson completed 18-of-29 passes for 169 yards, zero touchdowns and an interception in the Texans' 41-7, Week 11 loss to the Ravens, also losing a fumble.

    Advice: Watson added just three rushes for 12 yards. It was one of the worst starts of his career, as well as the first where the Texans lost by two-or-more scores. That is remarkable. Under siege, Watson took six sacks for 49 yards, and nearly got his right leg destroyed in the process. Watson appeared to suffer a bad ankle sprain late in the first half but miraculously stayed in the game. He was trying to do too much on both of his turnovers, refusing to go down on the fumble and tossing the ball across his body into a pack of 4-5 Ravens for his pick. It was a horrendous decision. Watson has just four days to get ready for a Thursday night matchup with the big-play limiting Colts. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 1:02 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    28.11 (3rd)
     
  • Stafford (back) officially inactive Sunday
    Lions declared QB Matthew Stafford, DL Da’Shawn Hand, T Rick Wagner, DE Romeo Okwara, T Dan Skipper, G Beau Benzschawel and CB Michael Jackson inactive for Week 11 against the Cowboys.

    Advice: Stafford's back injury could sideline him for up to six weeks. Jeff Driskel will continue to start under center. The good news is RB Ty Johnson (concussion) is good to go. He'll be joined in the backfield by J.D. McKissic as well as Bo Scarbrough. The Lions are presently 7.5-point underdogs at home against the Cowboys. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:33 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Stafford (back) could miss up to six weeks
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Matthew Stafford's back injury could sideline him up to six weeks.

    Advice: Slated to miss his second straight game after making 136 consecutive starts—the sixth-longest streak by a quarterback all-time—it doesn't appear we'll see Stafford on the gridiron anytime soon. Per Rapoport, the long-time Lions signal-caller is dealing with "tiny, non-displaced fractures in the upper thoracic spine." Jeff Driskel should remain the starter throughout Stafford's absence, though it's worth noting the Lions were one of eight teams to attend Colin Kaepernick's workout Saturday in Metro Atlanta. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:28 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Matthew Stafford to miss second straight game
    Lions coach Matt Patricia confirmed Matthew Stafford (back) won't play Week 11 against the Cowboys.

    Advice: It will be his second straight absence. Stafford remains week to week with fractured vertebrae in his back. Jeff Driskel will be under center for his seventh career start Sunday against Dallas. He's a capable backup and significantly more mobile than Stafford, though his presence is still a downgrade for all Detroit pass-catchers. Rotoworld.com Friday, 8:24 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Stafford (back) logs another DNP Thursday
    Matthew Stafford (back) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.

    Advice: Still feeling the effects of a fractured back, Stafford appears headed for his second straight absence following a streak of 136 consecutive starts. Jeff Driskel is obviously a downgrade from Stafford, though he didn't embarrass himself in a spot start last week, slinging a 47-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Golladay while also showing some mobility with a team-leading 37 rushing yards in a loss to Chicago. Still, Driskel is little more than a last-gasp QB2 for fantasy purposes. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 10:19 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Update: Matthew Stafford (back) DNP Wednesday
    Updating a previous item, Matthew Stafford (back) is not practicing Wednesday.

    Advice: Lions beat writers assumed Stafford would be out there after coach Matt Patricia didn't list him with the injured players in his pre-practice media session, but the writers were wrong. Stafford merely observed practice off to the side as Jeff Driskel took the first-team reps. Stafford remains 50-50 for Week 11 against the Cowboys. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 10:22 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Matthew Stafford (back) practicing Wednesday
    Matthew Stafford (back) is practicing Wednesday.

    Advice: That puts Stafford on track to return this week against the Cowboys. Stafford is having one of the best years of his career, and his return would obviously boost the entirety of the Lions offense. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 9:45 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Garoppolo struggles badly as 49ers dip to 8-1
    Jimmy Garoppolo completed just 24-of-46 passes for 248 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the 49ers' 27-24, Week 10 overtime loss to the Seahawks Monday night.

    Advice: Garoppolo's 46 attempts were easily a new season-high by nine throws, and his 52.2% completion rate marked a season low. Garoppolo absorbed five sacks and numerous hits despite getting LT Joe Staley and RT Mike McGlinchey back from month-plus injuries. Jadeveon Clowney wrecked this game for the Seahawks defense, and Garoppolo could have easily thrown five picks Monday night. He looked scared in the pocket at times and collapsed as things crumbled around him. The Niners took their first loss of the season and fall to 8-1 and hold just a half-game lead in the division ahead of a Week 11 date with the Cardinals. Rotoworld.com Monday, 9:16 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    23.66 (13th)
     
  • Patricia: Stafford (back) is week to week
    Coach Matt Patricia said Matthew Stafford (back) is "truly day by day, week to week."

    Advice: Patricia isn't known for giving away too many injury details. Still, Stafford does appear to be dealing with a potential multi-week injury after missing his first game since 2010. Jeff Driskel will continue to start under center if Stafford remains sidelined. The former 2016 sixth-round pick wasn't perfect against the Bears, but he did show the ability to create off script along with a willingness to test the defense downfield. Another tough matchup against the Cowboys awaits in Week 11. Rotoworld.com Nov 11, 1:09 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Fitzpatrick at QB for 'foreseeable future'
    Coach Brian Flores said Ryan Fitzpatrick will remain the QB for the "foreseeable future."

    Advice: Fitzpatrick has led the Dolphins to consecutive wins over the Jets and Colts, playing reasonably well along the way. Still, his presence under center means the team won't have much of a chance to evaluate season-year signal caller Josh Rosen. Perhaps a bust game or two from Fitzpatrick will change Flores' mind, but don't expect a change at QB anytime soon. Rotoworld.com Nov 11, 11:47 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    21.20 (24th)
     
  • Haskins named starter for rest of the season
    Washington coach Bill Callahan said Dwayne Haskins will start for the rest of the season.

    Advice: This was inevitable after Haskins made his first official start against Buffalo prior to the team's Week 10 bye. Case Keenum will officially stick as Washington's No. 2 quarterback with Colt McCoy backing both up as their third-stringer. In the short-term, Sunday makes the third rookie signal-caller to face the Jets in a four-game span. It's still a concerning move for fellow rookie Terry McLaurin long-term since the budding star recorded 25/407/5 in seven starts with Keenum under center and just 3/42 on Haskins' 44 attempts to date. Rotoworld.com Nov 11, 10:59 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    17.66 (38th)
     
  • Goff has 0 TDs, 2 INTs, 1 fumble in road loss
    Jared Goff completed 22-of-41 passes for 243 yards, two interceptions, and one lost fumble in the Rams' Week 10 loss to the Steelers.

    Advice: "Road Goff" and "Versus Pressure Goff" predictably showed up in this one against a strong Steelers' pass rush. Goff wasn't on the same page with his primary targets -- Cooper Kupp and Todd Gurley failed to make a catch -- and he had two bad turnovers, one inexcusable interception and one fumble that went for a defensive touchdown before ending the game with a tipped interception. Goff needs his surroundings to be ideal to pop in fantasy and his offensive line isn't playing at 2018 levels. The Rams will enter Week 11's home matchup against the Bears with a 5-4 record. Goff will be a high-end QB2 then. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 5:00 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    21.80 (19th)
     
  • Fitzpatrick scores on the ground, throws INT
    Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 21-of-33 passes for 169 yards, zero touchdowns and an interception in the Dolphins’ 16-12, Week 10 win over the Colts.

    Advice: Fitzpatrick added an 11-yard touchdown on the ground. He briefly left the game in the fourth quarter to go through the concussion protocol, but quickly returned. The Dolphins didn’t move the ball with much consistency, but Fitzmagic pulled enough rabbits out of his hat to keep the game close and ultimately come out on top. He’ll continue to offer a brutal floor, although the Dolphins are slowly but surely beginning to offer some signs of fantasy value between DeVante Parker (10 targets) and potentially Mike Gesicki (6). Fitzpatrick is nothing more than a desperate dart throw in next week’s brutal matchup against the Bills. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 4:25 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    21.20 (24th)
     
  • Brees sacked 6 times; manages just 9 points
    Drew Brees completed 32-of-45 passes for 287 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Saints’ 26-9, Week 10 loss to the Falcons.

    Advice: Brees and the Saints’ offense couldn’t get going all afternoon. He’d been sacked just once all season entering Sunday, but the Falcons’ mediocre pass rush managed to get their long-time rival to the ground on six separate occasions. It was the most sacks Brees had taken in a game since 2013. Overall, the game marked the first time in the Brees-Sean Payton era that the offense failed to reach double-digit points. Brees and the offense will have better days, perhaps as early as next week against the Buccaneers’ brutal secondary. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 1:59 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    26.93 (5th)
     
  • Ryan Finley has 1 TD, 1 INT in blowout loss
    Ryan Finley completed 16-of-30 passes for 167 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Bengals' Week 10 loss to the Ravens.

    Advice: Finley's first career start went about as well as you'd think it would. The Bengals took the air out of the ball, forcing Joe Mixon to rush 30 times despite trailing multiple touchdowns for most of the game. Finley was ultra-conservative when he was asked to pass and made one critical mistake on an out route that went for a pick-six thanks to Marcus Peters. The fourth-round rookie's first touchdown was a nice back-shoulder fade to Tyler Eifert, but it was a forgettable game outside of that. Finley will barely be on the 2-quarterback league radar next week in Oakland, assuming he gets another start. Finley is getting a tryout for the Bengals' starting job in 2020, but the Bengals are a near-lock for a first-round quarterback next offseason. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 1:46 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    15.30 (49th)
     
  • Kyler Murray throws for 324/3 in narrow loss
    Kyler Murray completed 27-of-44 passes for 324 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the Cardinals' 30-27, Week 10 loss to the Bucs, adding three rushes for 38 additional yards.

    Advice: It was arguably Murray's best start of the season, though a few critical mistakes kept it from being perfect. Murray's fourth quarter pick was a bad decision, though it might have merely been an incompletion had Trent Sherfield not fallen down. Murray and coach Kliff Kingsbury then combined for painfully bad clock management on the Cards' final drive. Before that, Murray heated up his connection with Christian Kirk for 6/138/3. TD1 was a 33-yard laser in stride. TD2 was a 69-yard pass down the sideline once again delivered in stride. No. 3 tipped off a linebacker's fingers. Coming off easily his best two-game stretch of the year, Murray gets a Week 11 rematch with the daunting 49ers. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 1:46 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    19.01 (29th)
     
  • Trubisky (3 TDs) helps Bears snap 4-game skid
    Mitchell Trubisky completed 16 of 23 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns while scrambling for an additional eight yards on three carries Sunday in the Bears’ Week 10 win over Detroit.

    Advice: Trubisky was dropped for five sacks, resulting in a loss of 28 yards. The former second overall pick engineered a touchdown drive late in the first half, capping the Bears' 10-play, 80-yard march with an 18-yard dart to backup tight end Ben Braunecker with 25 seconds to go in the second quarter. He also slung touchdown throws to Tarik Cohen (nine yards) and Taylor Gabriel (24 yards) with both of those breakthroughs coming in the third quarter. Trubisky cooled off down the stretch as Chicago wound up punting on its last five possessions. Below-average in every aspect except for his mobility, Trubisky has surprisingly feasted on Detroit, gutting the Lions for seven touchdowns (six passing, one rushing) in his last two starts against them. The win snapped a four-game losing skid for the Bears, who will take a 4-5 record into next week's primetime showdown with the Rams in Los Angeles. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 1:30 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    17.42 (40th)
     
  • Jeff Driskel slings 269 yds in loss to Bears
    Jeff Driskel completed 27 of 46 passes for 269 yards with one touchdown and one interception while adding five rushes for 37 yards as a ball-carrier Sunday in Detroit’s Week 10 loss to the Bears.

    Advice: He was sacked twice for a loss of 10 yards. Given the circumstances—he was filling in last minute for an injured Matthew Stafford in a tough road matchup against one of the league's top defenses—Driskel should be pleased with his performance. Making his sixth career start, Driskel got off to a roaring start, completing 5-of-6 throws for 56 yards on Detroit's opening drive. Not all of his throws were masterpieces—Nick Kwiatkoski picked him on a third-quarter slant intended for Kenny Golladay. But Driskel still kept the Bears on their toes with his impressive mobility (he accounted for a team-high 37 rushing yards) while showing big-play flair with a daring 47-yard deep hurl to Golladay for his only touchdown of the afternoon. The Lions' comeback bid eventually fell short but Driskel was far from a liability in a game that went down to the wire. With Stafford nursing a fractured back, Driskel could be tasked with making another start when Detroit hosts Dallas in Week 11. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 1:28 pm
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    18.33 (33rd)
     
  • Back fracture ends Stafford's 136-game streak
    Lions declared QB Matthew Stafford, OG Beau Benzschawel, DT Da'Shawn Hand, CB Michael Jackson, S Miles Killebrew, DE Romeo Okwara and S Tracy Walker inactive for Week 10 against the Bears.

    Advice: Stafford was ruled out with a back fracture earlier Sunday morning. Remarkably, this will be his first absence since 2010, snapping a streak of 136 consecutive regular-season starts. With Stafford absent, Jeff Driskell will draw his sixth career start in a tough road matchup against the Bears. OG Joe Dahl (ankle), DT Mike Daniels (foot), OG Graham Glasgow (back), DT Damon Harrison (groin), P Sam Martin (abdomen) and DT A'Shawn Robinson (ankle) are all active for Week 10. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 8:40 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
  • Matthew Stafford (back) to miss Week 10
    Matthew Stafford (hip, back) is out for Week 10 against the Bears.

    Advice: Stafford went for an MRI Friday, which revealed fractured bones in his back. The veteran wanted to play through it, but couldn't get the green light from Detroit's medical staff. Sunday will spell the end of Stafford's streak of 136 consecutive regular-season starts, the sixth-longest run by a quarterback in league history. With Stafford unavailable, the Lions will turn to ex-Bengal Jeff Driskel Sunday in the Windy City. Driskel made a handful of starts for the Bengals a year ago but obviously won't be a recommended streaming option in a tough road matchup. Stafford's absence lowers ceilings for all Lions pass-catchers including mainstays Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones. Rotoworld.com Nov 10, 6:09 am
    Week 11 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (495th)
     
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