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  • Tom Brady sees big drop in postseason accuracy
    Tom Brady has an adjusted completion rate of 68.6 percent over his three 2021 postseason games. 

    Advice: That marks a 6.5-point drop from his regular season adjusted completion rate, which accounts for throw aways, drops, spiked balls, batted passes, and passes where the quarterback was hit while he threw the ball, per Pro Football Focus. Only Russell Wilson -- who only played one playoff game -- has a lower adjusted completion rate this postseason. Brady and the Bucs made it out of Green Bay with a Super Bowl berth despite his three interceptions to go along with three touchdown tosses against one of the league's top secondaries. Brady hasn't gotten much help from his pass catchers, who have recorded a dozen drops in three postseason contests (the adjusted completion rate accounts for drops). The 43 year old's accuracy issues could pose problems for the Bucs offense in the Super Bowl against a Kansas City secondary that allowed the league's fourth lowest completion rate in 2020.  Rotoworld.com Today, 8:12 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    21.11 (9th)
     
  • Ravens GM talks up run game when asked about WRs
    Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said he was happy with how the team's wideouts played in 2020. 

    Advice: In a wide-ranging interview with reporters Monday morning, DeCosta said he's not singularly focused on bolstering the receiver position this offseason. “We have a running attack that’s the best in football and probably the best in the history of football," DeCosta said when asked about adding pieces to a Baltimore passing offense that struggled throughout 2020. DeCosta said he was "very happy" with rookie wideouts Devin Duvernay and James Proche, and called Marquise Brown a "legitimate playmaker." "Everybody is going to talk about WRs a lot this offseason, but it doesn't sound like [DeCosta] envisions some silver bullet 'fix' there," Ryan Mink, the team's editorial director, said on Twitter. The Ravens would figure to be in the running to sign free agent wideouts like Kenny Golladay, Chris Godwin, and Allen Robinson, but it sounds like DeCosta isn't committed to pouring resources into the team's passing attack. Any free agent receiver addition would be an iffy bet for fantasy purposes in the Ravens' low-volume passing offense.  Rotoworld.com Today, 7:37 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    11.22 (77th)
     
  • Ravens GM wants Lamar for 'many, many years'
    Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said the team could sign Lamar Jackson to a contract extension this offseason. 

    Advice: This should (temporarily) quiet the L-Jax skeptics who have been critical of his passing acumen in recent months after his completion rate dipped and his otherworldly 2019 adjusted yards per attempt of 8.9 fell to 7.6 in 2020. The team is 34-12 in Jackson's starts over the past three seasons on the strength of an efficient offense predicated on dominating opponents on the ground. It's crystal clear that the Ravens are committed to Jackson, who, at 24, might already be the best dual threat quarterback in league history. He has 2,906 rushing yards over his 46 NFL games, or 63.17 yards per contest. The team will need to improve their wide receiver group and make the offense far less predictable in 2021 if Jackson is going to make the leap as a passer. He would become an unrestricted free agent in 2023 if the Ravens can't come to terms on a long-term deal.  Rotoworld.com Today, 7:12 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    25.83 (1st)
     
  • McKenzie catches six-yard TD against Chiefs
    Isaiah McKenzie caught his lone target for a six-yard touchdown in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: The Bills' fifth wideout, McKenzie was in on a quarter of the offensive snaps this season after re-signing on a one-year deal. He ended the year with career highs in catches (30), yards (282), and touchdowns (5) on 34 targets as a high-percentage option out of the slot and near the line of scrimmage. McKenzie will be 26 this offseason and could be brought back for his sure hands and reliability. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:11 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.68 (170th)
     
  • Gabriel Davis posts goose egg in loss to Chiefs
    Gabriel Davis failed to catch any of his three targets in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: It was a rough finish to what was a flashy rookie season for the fourth-rounder. Davis played 73% of the Bills' snaps and was a regular in three- and four-wide sets with John Brown in and out of the lineup most of the season. Davis appeared in all 16 games and went 35-599-7 on 62 targets, averaging a robust 17.1 yards per catch as a big-play specialist and red-zone threat. Davis is a legit NFL wideout and could be in line for a bigger 2021 role if the Bills decide to move on from Brown in the final year of his contract. Davis' arrow is screaming upward in an aggressive passing offense. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:07 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Dawson Knox goes 6-42-1 in loss to Chiefs
    Dawson Knox caught 6-of-8 targets for 42 yards and one touchdown in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: The targets tied a season high for Knox while the six grabs were his most of the year. Knox's sophomore campaign was pretty similar to his rookie one, producing a 24-288-3 line on 44 targets after turning 50 looks into 28-388-2 last season. Knox has a ton of athleticism and a nose for the end zone with two playoff scores, but he's unlikely to be drafted inside the top 12 tight ends in 2021 fantasy leagues. Still, there's hope for a third-year leap in an aggressive Buffalo offense. Knox will likely be hyped as a late-round sleeper at the position. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:03 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.98 (224th)
     
  • Hardman muffs punt but catches TD in win over BUF
    Mecole Hardman caught 2-of-3 targets for four yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills, adding 50 rushing yards on one attempt.

    Advice: Hardman's night started off in the worst way possible, muffing a first-quarter punt inside his own five-yard line that the Bills recovered and then scored a three-yard touchdown a couple plays later. Hardman made up for it, however, with a three-yard touchdown catch on a screen to the left. With Sammy Watkins hurt and inactive, Hardman and Byron Pringle combined for eight targets as deep third or fourth options. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:00 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.79 (98th)
     
  • John Brown catches two passes in loss to Chiefs
    John Brown caught 2-of-3 targets for 24 yards in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Brown combined for 10-152-2 across Weeks 1-2 to open the season, but then the injuries started piling up and ruined Brown's year for the most part. He scored just one more touchdown the rest of the way and finished with a 33-458-3 line in nine games. Injuries have always been Brown's downfall, and he turns 31 this offseason. With just one year left on his deal and Gabriel Davis looking for an expanded role after a flashy rookie year, Brown could be cut. The Bills would save over $8 million against the cap by releasing Brown this offseason. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:55 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.89 (159th)
     
  • Darrel Williams leads Chiefs RBs with 14 touches
    Darrel Williams rushed 13 times for 52 yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills.

    Advice: He added one catch for nine yards on one target in the pass game, out-touching Clyde Edwards-Helaire 14-7 in CEH's first game back from his Week 15 hip injury. Williams pounded in his touchdown from six yards out in the second quarter. The Chiefs seem to really like what Williams has been giving them since CEH's injury, and it wouldn't be a surprise to again see Williams pace the backfield in touches and playing time against the Bucs in the Super Bowl. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:53 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.12 (113th)
     
  • Cole Beasley catches seven passes in loss to K.C.
    Cole Beasley caught 7-of-9 targets for 88 yards in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: With Stefon Diggs clamped much of the night one the outside, Beasley led the Bills in catches and yards in this one. With Josh Allen stepping up and the Bills embracing an aggressive pass-first offensive approach in 2020, Beasley set career highs in targets (107), catches (82), and yards (967) while scoring four touchdowns. It was enough to make Beasley the overall WR33 in half-PPR points per game. Beasley was a very useful WR3 for fantasy, particularly over the second half of the season when John Brown was battling injuries. Beasley has two more years left on his contract and will turn 32 this offseason. He should be back in the slot for Buffalo in 2021. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:45 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (726th)
     
  • Singletary handles eight touches in loss to Chiefs
    Devin Singletary rushed six times for 17 yards in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: He caught 2-of-3 targets for nine yards in the passing game. Singletary split work pretty much down the middle with rookie Zack Moss all season, but Moss missed this game. On the year, Singletary produced a 156-687-2 rushing line, seeing just five more carries than he did last year as a rookie. Singletary added 38-269-0 as a receiver. Touchdowns are always going to be the problem with Moss and Josh Allen ahead of him for looks at the goal line. Singletary looks like an RB3 headed into 2021 fantasy drafts. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:41 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.43 (209th)
     
  • CEH's seven touches produce seven yards, TD in win
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed six times for seven yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills.

    Advice: His one catch went for no gain, so CEH produced seven yards on his seven touches but did find the end zone from one yard out in the second quarter. It was the rookie's first action since injuring his hip in Week 15. It was still Darrel Williams who led this backfield with Le'Veon Bell injured and inactive, as Williams' 14 touches went for 61 yards and one score. Look for Edwards-Helaire to get his hip even closer to 100% over the next two weeks before taking on the Bucs in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs, however, seem to like what Williams is giving them right now. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:37 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • Stefon Diggs' career year ends with 6-77 in AFCCG
    Stefon Diggs caught 6-of-11 targets for 77 yards in the Bills AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: The Chiefs pressed Diggs at the line most of the night and got him off his marks. He was on 2-12 receiving deep into the second half. All in all, Diggs had a career year in his first season with the Bills after coming over from the Vikings in a trade last offseason. Diggs appeared in all 16 games for the first time in his career and led the NFL with 127 catches and 1,535 yards on 166 targets, scoring eight touchdowns. Diggs was the overall WR3 in half-PPR points per game this season, trailing only Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill. Still just 27 years old, Diggs has three years left on his contract and will be drafted in the first round of fantasy leagues next summer. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:32 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.90 (121st)
     
  • Kelce scores twice en route to 13-118-2 vs. Bills
    Travis Kelce caught 13-of-15 targets for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills.

    Advice: Kelce was targeted on 39.5% of Patrick Mahomes' 38 attempts in this one and caught the quarterback's second and third scores of the night, producing one- and five-yard touchdowns. The first was an underhand flip from Mahomes at the goal line and the second a wide-open lob to the tight end in the end zone. Kelce's 15 targets were his most in a game this season, and this was his eighth 100-yard game of the year. Kelce has now scored in six straight games and gets a date with the Bucs in the Super Bowl. When these teams met in Week 12, Kelce caught all eight of his targets for 82 scoreless yards. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:25 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.84 (229th)
     
  • Tyreek Hill runs through Bills for 9-172 output
    Tyreek Hill caught 9-of-11 targets for 172 yards in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills.

    Advice: His longest gain went for 71 yards when Hill caught one close to the line of scrimmage in the second half and started weaving in and out of the Buffalo secondary down inside the 10-yard line before Travis Kelce capped it off with one of his two touchdowns. The only thing missing for Hill was a score. He and Kelce combined for 26 targets on 38 Patrick Mahomes passes. Hill gets a date with the Bucs in the Super Bowl. Hill went 13-269-3 against Tampa Bay in Week 12, going over 200 yards in the opening quarter. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:22 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (664th)
     
  • Bucs advance, Brady headed to 10th Super Bowl
    Tom Brady completed 20-of-36 passes for 280 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions in the Bucs' 31-26, NFC Championship Game win over the Packers. 

    Advice: Well that settles (insert debate here). Brady's record-shattering 10th Super Bowl appearance will also be the first time a team has hosted the championship game in their home stadium. Practically flawless in the first half in Green Bay, Brady nearly gave the game away after the break, where he tossed all three of his interceptions. He went from excellent to flat-out bad, something he will have two weeks to chew on as he prepares to face either the Chiefs or Bills. Missing Antonio Brown today, Brady made up for AB's loss by finding Tyler Johnson and Scotty Miller for big plays, including a 39-yard touchdown strike to Miller. Brady and the Bucs were rocky in their November loss to Patrick Mahomes' squad, yet they somehow almost pulled that one out, too. They did not face the Bills this season.  Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 3:18 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    21.11 (9th)
     
  • Gabriel Davis (ankle) good to go versus Chiefs
    Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is active for the AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. 

    Advice: As is DT Vernon Butler, the Bills' only other questionable player. Big-play threat Davis should get some opportunities down the sideline, but his snaps figure to be limited after he barely practiced during the week. Inactive for the Bills are QB Jake Fromm, LB Tyrel Dodson, OL Jordan Devey, TE Tyler Kroft, DE Trent Murphy, CB Dane Jackson and WR Kenny Stills.  Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 2:15 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Glazer: Edwards-Helaire will be active vs. Bills
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) will be active for the AFC Championship Game against the Bills. 

    Advice: The report comes via FOX's Jay Glazer. It will be CEH's first appearance since Week 15. With Le'Veon Bell (knee) looking doubtful, Chiefs backfield work will fall to CEH and Darrel Williams. It has been Williams who has taken the lead in CEH's absence, and it will probably remain Williams between the tackles against the Bills. CEH's touches are extremely difficult to project following the long layoff, but he will not lack for DFS upside in a game with a 54.5 over/under.  Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 11:48 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • CEH (hip, questionable) expected to play vs. Bills
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, questionable) is expected to play in the Conference Championship game against the Bills.

    Advice: CEH has been out since Week 15 while dealing with hip and ankle injuries. Darrel Williams has played well as the starter with him out and has notably gotten more work than Le'Veon Bell, who is not expected to play today. After logging nearly two weeks of limited practices, CEH is likely as close to healthy as he's going to get at this time of year. The split between him and Williams will be murky until kickoff but both are viable tournament options in DFS. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 6:00 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • CEH (hip) questionable after another limited day
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip) is questionable for the Conference Championship game against Buffalo.

    Advice: Edwards-Helaire is fully expected to play after being limited for every practice throughout the week. Le'Veon Bell (knee) has been a non-factor but will still likely be sidelined since the veteran was unable to get in any amount of work ahead of Sunday. With Patrick Mahomes officially cleared from the league's protocol and under center, it's entirely possible Edwards-Helaire at least gets reps on passing downs over Darrel Williams. The latter is still expected to lead this backfield in touches Sunday. Rotoworld.com Friday, 12:33 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • Gabriel Davis (ankle) questionable for Sunday
    Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is questionable for the Conference Championship game against Kansas City.

    Advice: Davis fortunately got in a limited session to close the week but was unable to practice until that point. He'll head into Sunday as a true question mark given his limited availability. Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley meanwhile both practiced in full on Friday and were cleared to play. If Davis can't go, gadget wideout Isaiah McKenzie will take his spot in four-wide sets. Rotoworld.com Friday, 11:49 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Beasley (knee) good to go against Kansas City
    Cole Beasley (knee) was removed from Buffalo's injury report.

    Advice: Gabriel Davis (ankle) meanwhile was limited for Friday's practice and remains questionable. Beasley was downgraded on Thursday but encouragingly practiced in full to close the week and will ultimately suit up against the Chiefs. Even if his full motion is limited, Beasley's availability is tremendous news. Rotoworld.com Friday, 11:25 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (726th)
     
  • Gabriel Davis (ankle) misses another practice
    Gabriel Davis (ankle) did not practice Thursday. 

    Advice: Davis was seen hobbling during last week's game against the Ravens after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter. A missed Thursday practice is hardly a good sign that Davis will be available for the AFC title game against the Chiefs this Sunday. Buffalo would likely use fewer four-receiver sets and Dawson Knox could see more run against KC if Davis is inactive.  Rotoworld.com Thursday, 12:36 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Cole Beasley added back to injury report Thursday
    Cole Beasley was added to the Bills' injury report on Thursday, getting in a "limited" session with a knee issue.

    Advice: We would guess this is just maintenance after Beasley was absent from Wednesday's report, though it will be worth monitoring on Friday. Beasley has nowhere to go but up for Sunday's title tilt after being held to 0/0/0 in the Divisional Round. With Gabriel Davis (ankle) not practicing, Beasley's floor inches up a tad.  Rotoworld.com Thursday, 12:36 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (726th)
     
  • Cole Beasley (knee) absent from injury report
    Cole Beasley is absent from the Bills' injury report for the AFC Championship Game.

    Advice: Beasley had a doughnut against the Ravens, but it wasn't because he suffered a setback with his knee. For Sunday's title bout, Beasley will be rematching with a Chiefs defense that held him to 4/45/1 in a windswept Week 6 loss. With Gabriel Davis (ankle) not practicing, another Beasley zero isn't going to be an option for a Bills team trying to advance to the Super Bowl for the first time in almost 30 years.   Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 3:06 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (726th)
     
  • Edwards-Helaire practices Wednesday
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip) practiced Wednesday.

    Advice: Wednesday was a light day for the Chiefs, as coach Andy Reid noted Thursday is the big day for practice. Edwards-Helaire is trending in the right direction after initially getting hurt in Week 15. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 11:29 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • Harbaugh expects Ravens to extend Lamar Jackson
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he's "totally certain" the Ravens will sign Lamar Jackson to a long-term extension.

    Advice: “Eric [DeCosta] and I have talked about that and other contracts, so I’m very confident that Eric and those guys will do a great job,” Harbaugh said. “Absolutely, we want Lamar to sign a long-term deal and be with us. I’m totally certain that’s going to happen. When it happens, that’s the details. That’s what we’ve got to figure out.” Harbaugh was commenting on a report that the Ravens plan to explore an extension for Jackson this offseason. Baltimore is a lock to pick up Jackson's fifth-year option in May.  There's optimism the sides can reach a long-term deal before next year's training camp. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 8:40 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    25.83 (1st)
     
  • Gabriel Davis (ankle) misses practice Wednesday
    Gabriel Davis (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday.

    Advice: Davis injured his ankle in the first quarter of Saturday's win over the Ravens. The missed practice puts his status for the AFC Championship game in question. The Bills would be forced to cut back on their four-wide sets if Davis can't get cleared. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 6:36 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Darrel Williams operating as RB1 with CEH out
    Darrel Williams has out-snapped Le'Veon Bell 101-31 in two games with Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) sidelined. 

    Advice: That accounts for the running backs' usage in meaningless contests, not the team's meaningless Week 17 game against the Chargers. Williams out-touched Bell 17-2 in Sunday's win over the Browns, running 30 routes to Bell's seven routes. Williams is clearly the preferred option over Bell and Week 17 standout Darwin Thompson as long as CEH is out. Expect Williams to be a popular DFS option this week against Buffalo is Edwards-Helaire remains out.  Rotoworld.com Jan 18, 7:39 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.12 (113th)
     
  • Brady, Bucs capitalize on turnovers, move to NFCCG
    Tom Brady completed 18-of-33 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns in the Bucs' 30-20, Divisional Round win over the Saints.

    Advice: He also rushed for a one-yard touchdown on a QB sneak in the fourth quarter following a Devin White interception, and it staked the Bucs to a commanding 30-20 lead that they wouldn't relinquish. Both Brady and Drew Brees struggled to move the ball most of the night, but it was Brady who came up with the needed big plays and took care of the football. His two touchdowns were a three-yarder to Mike Evans for Evans' only catch of the game, and the second was a six-yard hookup with Leonard Fournette. Brady and the Bucs will head to Green Bay next Sunday for the NFC title and a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. It will be Brady's 14th conference championship game. Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 6:52 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    21.11 (9th)
     
  • Mecole Hardman totals 62 yards vs. Browns
    Mecole Hardman caught 4-of-4 targets for 58 yards in the Chiefs' Divisional Round win over the Browns, adding a four-yard rush. 

    Advice: With Sammy Watkins (calf) still sidelined, Hardman produced his most yardage since Nov. 1. The DFS story will remain the same for the AFC Championship Game against the Bills. Hardman theoretically has slate-breaking upside, but he far too often fails to produce notable box scores.  Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 5:56 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.79 (98th)
     
  • Tyreek Hill goes 8/110/0 as Chiefs survive
    Tyreek Hill caught 8-of-10 targets for 110 yards in the Chiefs' Divisional Round win over the Browns. 

    Advice: It was the biggest playoff effort of Hill's five-year career. His most important catch was a five-yard strike from No. 2 QB Chad Henne. With the Browns thinking the Chiefs were merely trying to draw them offsides on 4th-and-1 from the Chiefs' 48-yard line with 1:14 remaining, Henne snapped the ball with five seconds remaining on the play clock, rolled to his right and found a streaking Hill. With the Browns out of timeouts, that was the ballgame. Patrick Mahomes will likely be cleared from his concussion in time for next week's AFC Championship showdown with the Bills, but even if he's not, Hill's game-breaking upside will still warrant strong consideration on a two-game DFS slate.  Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 5:06 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (664th)
     
  • Kelce goes 8/109/1 as Chiefs hang on to advance
    Travis Kelce caught 8-of-11 targets for 109 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' Divisional Round win over the Browns. 

    Advice: Even with Patrick Mahomes missing the final 20 minutes with a concussion, Kelce did his thing, catching a critical 24-yard pass from No. 2 Chad Henne. Mahomes is tentatively expected to be cleared for the AFC Championship Game, but even if he can't go, Henne will undoubtedly lock onto his mammoth middle-of-the-field target.  Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 5:03 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.84 (229th)
     
  • Darrel Williams out-touches Le'Veon Bell 17-2
    Darrel Williams rushed 13 times for 78 yards in the Chiefs' Divisional Round win over the Browns, adding four receptions for 16 additional yards. 

    Advice: With Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) still not ready, Williams was the Chiefs' lead back, out-touching Le'Veon Bell 17-2. Williams moved the chains on a number of critical occasions, including after Patrick Mahomes (concussion) was lost for the game's final 20 minutes. CEH seemed reasonably close to suiting up, but even if he goes for the AFC Championship Game, it is possible Williams will be given the lead against the Bills. CEH never really got going between the tackles during the regular season, and he will be more than a month removed from his most recent carry next Sunday.  Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 3:50 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.12 (113th)
     
  • CEH and Watkins out for KC
    Chiefs declared WR Sammy Watkins, RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, CB Rashad Fenton, LB Willie Gay, OT Martinas, Rankin DE, Tim Ward, and DT Khalen Saunders inactive for the Divisional Round against the Browns.

    Advice: The Chiefs listed OL Mike Remmers (illness) as questionable for this game just a few hours before kickoff but he appears to be active. With Sammy Watkins and CEH out, expect the Chiefs' skill position depth to be tested. Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson will split the No. 2 receiver role. Darrel Williams and Le'Veon Bell should both get work in the backfield with CEH out. Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 10:38 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • CEH (hip/ankle) will not play in Divisional Round
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) will not play in the Divisional Round against the Browns.

    Advice: That leaves Le'Veon Bell and Darrel Williams to split Edwards-Helaire's role. Bell would be the assumed starter but Darrel Williams out-carried him 10-7 and out-targeted him 6-3 in the Chiefs' final meaningful regular season game. Both players are risky DFS options for the Divisional Round. Schefter added that Edwards-Helaire "very close to returning and if KC wins today, should be back for AFC Championship Game." Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 9:23 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • CEH (ankle/hip) facing an "uphill battle" to play
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) "has an uphill battle" to play in the Divisional Round against the Browns.

    Advice: One would assume that Le'Veon Bell would be in line to take the bulk of CEH's workload on but Week 16 muddies the waters a bit. Darrel Williams out-carried Bell 10-7 and out-targeted him 6-3 in the Chiefs' final meaningful regular season game. Whoever gets the majority of the backfield touches for an offense as potent as Kansas City's is going to be valuable. Knowing which back that will be before kickoff may be impossible.  Rotoworld.com Jan 17, 6:32 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
  • Marquise Brown ends streaky season with 4-87-0
    Marquise Brown caught 4-of-7 targets for 87 yards in the Ravens' Division Round loss to the Bills.

    Advice: Brown was unusable for the first half of the 2020 season in fantasy circles, but he caught fire down the stretch to somewhat save his end-of-year stat line (58-769-8 on 100 targets). The second-year pro was utilized downfield even more this season, which partially explains his streaky production. It's worth questioning if Brown profiles as an NFL team's No. 1 receiver. At the very least, the Ravens need to bring in a capable No. 2 receiver this offseason to ease Brown's individual matchups. Nonetheless, his elite speed will keep his fantasy hopes alive as a flex option. He's averaged 45.1 yards per game through two seasons. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 9:20 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    11.22 (77th)
     
  • Singletary sees just 7 att. despite a 14-point win
    Devin Singletary rushed seven times for 25 yards in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: The Bills completely abandoned the run until the fourth quarter when the game was essentially wrapped up. Buffalo called a designed run just once going into halftime, and it's hard to hate the play-calling. The Bills offense has been far better passing than rushing, and Singletary hasn't done enough between the tackles to justify taking the ball out of Allen's hands. Singletary will be involved as a check-down option in the AFC Championship against the Chiefs or Browns, but he's unlikely to see more than 10 carries even with Zack Moss out. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:38 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.43 (209th)
     
  • Dawson Knox has two catches in Division Round win
    Dawson Knox caught 2-of-2 targets for 18 yards in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: At best the No. 4 or No. 5 target, Dawson was a part-time route runner with the Bills utilizing four-receiver sets at league-high rates. His production is tied to random touchdowns. The Bills will travel to Kansas City for the AFC Championship if the Chiefs beat the Browns on Sunday. Knox will project for two or three receptions then. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:35 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    5.98 (224th)
     
  • Gabriel Davis catches 0-of-4 targets vs. Ravens
    Gabriel Davis failed to catch any of his four targets in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Davis had a drop in a contested-catch situation in the red zone. On that play, Davis' leg was landed on and he ended up limping away. He seemed to be affected by the minor injury for the rest of the contest, which partially explains his goose egg stat line. The Bills are likely to use four-receiver sets again in the AFC Conference game against the Chiefs or Browns. Davis will be big-play dependent then. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:32 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.49 (131st)
     
  • Cole Beasley takes a backseat (0 catches) vs. BAL
    Cole Beasley didn't catch either of his two targets in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Beasley was matched up with Marlon Humphrey for a chunk of the night and didn't look as shifty as normal. He was limited in practice all week and appears to be at less than full health. Another week away from his late-season injury should improve his odds of producing in the AFC Championship. The Bills will face the Chiefs or Browns next week. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:30 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (726th)
     
  • John Brown has 8 catches after a rare 0-0-0 game
    John Brown caught 8-of-11 targets for 62 yards in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: Despite being an every-down player, Brown came up catchless in last week's Divisional Round win, but tonight proved that the Colts' game was an outlier. Brown looked healthy against the Ravens and finished tied in targets with Stefon Diggs. Cole Beasley is playing through a knee injury, so Brown's target share could be a tad higher than normal in the AFC Championship. That will either be against the Chiefs or Browns. Both are plus matchups for Brown on paper. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:24 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.89 (159th)
     
  • Stefon Diggs posts 8-106-1 in Bills win vs. Ravens
    Stefon Diggs caught 8-of-11 targets for 106 yards and one touchdown in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

    Advice: As always, Diggs was phenomenal in the intermediate part of the field. He had multiple grabs on comeback routes and scramble drills, plus had a walk-in touchdown off a screen in the red zone. Diggs now has at least 100 yards in five of his last six games. Another 100-yard outing versus the Chiefs or Browns is certainly in reach with the Bills completely abandoning the run game. He's in the mix for being a top-five NFL receiver. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 8:18 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    8.90 (121st)
     
  • Lamar Jackson (concussion) ruled out vs. Bills
    Lamar Jackson (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of the Ravens' Divisional Round game against the Bills.

    Advice: Jackson followed an NFL-leading 36-touchdown season in 2019 with 26 in 2020 across 15 games. The Ravens offense was very inconsistent, partially because of Jackson's iffy accuracy and partially because of Baltimore's bottom-five receiver depth chart. Jackson's 7.3 yards per attempt average is enough for this offense to be potent through the air if Baltimore can bring in another pass-catcher this offseason. As a rusher, Jackson remains in a tier of his own. He had 1,005 rushing yards and seven scores on 159 carries (6.3 YPC). Jackson needs more around him for the Ravens to reach the Super Bowl, but he's a locked-in top-five fantasy quarterback regardless. The Ravens will be picking up his fifth-year option this offseason. Hopefully they give Allen Robinson a phone call, too. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 7:51 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    25.83 (1st)
     
  • Lamar Jackson injured as Ravens trail to BUF, 17-3
    Lamar Jackson left with trainers in the Ravens' Divisional Round game against the Bills.

    Advice: Jackson was chasing the second bad snap of the game when he went down. The combination of twisting and a defender landing on him led to him being placed in the concussion protocol. Baltimore is heading into the fourth quarter down by two touchdowns. The Ravens have Tyler Huntley, an undrafted free agent rookie from Utah, as Jackson's backup. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 7:30 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    25.83 (1st)
     
  • Ravens plan to explore Lamar Jackson extension
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Ravens are expected to explore a contract extension for Lamar Jackson this offseason.

    Advice: Jackson has one year left on his rookie deal but the Ravens will make the easy decision to pick up his fifth-year option. Baltimore has a history of extending players early and a deal could get done sometime before next year's training camp. Currently without an agent, it's not clear if Jackson plans to represent himself in contract talks. Jackson had a down 2020 but is going to command top-five quarterback money.  Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 9:18 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    25.83 (1st)
     
  • Edwards-Helaire (hip) to be game-time call vs. CLE
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip) is questionable for the Divisional Round against the Browns.

    Advice: CEH got in some practice reps this week, and coach Andy Reid said the Chiefs will take this thing up to game time to decide if the rookie back is ready to return after getting hurt in Week 15. He's had three weeks of rest, but the injury looked significant at the time, so it's no surprise Edwards-Helaire is still fighting it. If he sits, Le'Veon Bell and Darrel Williams will split duties. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 11:36 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1116th)
     
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