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October 01
01:28 AM
J McKinnon (MIN)
M Asiata (MIN)

McKinnon Limited In Practice, Questionable For Thursday Night
Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon was limited in practice on Tuesday due to an ankle injury.

Fantasy Spin:
McKinnon is not in danger of missing Week 5 even on a short week. The Vikings are just resting him after he had 19 touches in Sunday's victory over the Falcons.
September 30
06:05 PM
B Tate (CLE)
I Crowell (CLE)
T West (CLE)

Ben Tate Back At Practice For Browns

Browns running back Ben Tate is practicing Tuesday and seems to have recovered from the knee injury he suffered in Week 1. Keep in mind Tate missed Weeks 2 and 3 and the team had a bye in Week 4.

Fantasy Spin:

Head coach Mike Pettine has said he'll start if he's healthy. Still with the performances of Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West, we don't know how big a share of the workload he'll get. Sounds more and more like an RBBC.

06:01 PM
C Palmer (ARI)
D Stanton (ARI)

Carson Palmer Says He'll Play vs. Broncos
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is probable for Sunday's game against Denver, though he also said "the nerve in his shoulder hasn't progressed as much as he had hoped," to Ed Werder.

Fantasy Spin:
It sounds like Palmer is certainly not 100 percent, and given that, management might not start him. Drew Stanton is still an option until we hear further on Palmer's condition.
05:58 PM
M Jones (CIN)
M Sanu (CIN)

Bengals Expect Marvin Jones To Be Back This Week
Bengals receiver Marvin Jones could be activated for Sunday night's game against New England.

Fantasy Spin:
Jones took part in two practices last week and should be in every practice this week. In fact, the Cincinnati Enquirer says he's expected to return, so get ready. He posted 712 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns last season.
01:24 PM
T Kelce (KCC)

Travis Kelce Implants Himself As Weekly Fantasy Option
Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce continues to progress and is quickly becoming a viable fantasy option.

Fantasy Spin:
Monday night he caught eight of nine targets for 93 yards and a touchdown. He's caught touchdowns in back-to-back games and may be the Chiefs' No. 1 receiver surpassing Dwayne Bowe.
01:19 PM
K Davis (KCC)
J Charles (KCC)

Charles and Davis Can Co-Exist In KC Backfield
Even with Jamaal Charles returning to the starting lineup, Chiefs running back Knile Davis produced for fantasy owners.

Fantasy Spin:
Davis rushed 16 times for 107 yards and caught one pass for 12 yards. It's not last weekend's total, but still double-digit fantasy points. Meanwhile, Charles rushed for 92 yards and a score and caught three balls for 16 yards and two more scores. Welcome back Jamaal.
01:54 AM
V Davis (SFO)

Vernon Davis Injury "Status Unknown"
49ers General Manager Trent Baalke told the Bay Area News Group that the extent of Vernon Davis' back injury is "not fully known."

Fantasy Spin:
Davis left Sunday's game against the Eagles with back spasms after he took a hit from inside linebacker DeMeco Ryans. Davis will likely be limited in practice this week.
September 29
11:34 PM
J Charles (KCC)

Jamaal Charles Is Active For MNF
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (ankle) is officially actice Monday versus New England.

Fantasy Spin:
He was battling a high-ankle sprain, but got in limited practices throughout the week. Charles should not have any limitations. Fire him up as an RB1.
11:33 PM
A Dobson (NEP)
K Thompkins (NEP)

Patriots Hold Out Dobson, Thompkins For Monday Night Football
Patriots receiver Aaron Dobson and fellow wide out Kenbrell Thompkins are inactive for Monday night's game against the Chiefs.

Fantasy Spin:
This is the second straight week Dobson is a healthy scratch. Tom Brady will have Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, and Brandon LaFell as his wide receiver targets in addition to a healthy Rob Gonkowski.
07:54 PM
K Orton (BUF)
E Manuel (BUF)

EJ Manuel Benched, Kyle Orton Will Start In Week 5
Bills quarterback Kyle Orton has been named the starter over E.J. Manuel for Week 5 against Atlanta.

Fantasy Spin:
Orton is a solid backup, but not a fantasy starter anymore. In four games this season Manuel never threw for more than 238 yards and the change could perk up fantasy values across the board as the offense won't be limited with a veteran under center.
05:40 PM
T Bridgewater (MIN)

Bridgewater's MRI Comes Back Clean
The latest word from coach Mike Zimmer is Vikings rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's MRI came back fine and he is expected to start Thursday against the Packers.

Fantasy Spin:
Bridgewater did everything fantasy owners could have hoped for, throwing for 317 yards and rushing for a touchdown in leading Minnesota to a win. He injured the ankle in the fourth quarter. He'll only have a short time to heal and prepare for Thursday night's game.
04:32 PM
M Evans (TBB)

Mike Evans Will Miss A Few Games
Tampa Bay rookie receiver Mike Evans is expected to miss 2-3 weeks, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1.

Fantasy Spin:
The No. 6 pick of the 2014 NFL Draft had scored the first touchdown of the game out-muscling the Steelers defenders and caught four balls for 65 yards and a TD. Louis Murphy figures to see more playing time in the interim.
02:49 PM
F Gore (SFO)

Frank Gore Has Terrific Game vs. Eagles
San Francisco running back Frank Gore complained about lack of opportunities last weekend and the "squeaky wheel got the grease."

Fantasy Spin:
Gore rushed 24 times for 119 yards and caught a 55-yard touchdown pass. That's more like it.
02:45 PM
L McCoy (PHI)

LeSean McCoy Has Miserable Game In Week 4
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy rushed for just 17 yards on 10 carries against San Francisco.

Fantasy Spin:
Seventeen rushing yards and no receiving yards, this is becoming an ugly trend. He's yet to rush for 80 yards in a game and has one touchdown. That's not what fantasy owners paid high dollar for on draft day. Hopefully the Eagles injured offensive line will get healthier and open some holes.
02:42 PM
N Foles (PHI)

Nick Foles Has Terrible Outing vs. 49ers
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles completed 21-of-43 passes for just 195 yards and two interceptions.

Fantasy Spin:
OK, everyone is allowed a bad day now and then ... except Peyton Manning. Foles couldn't do anything on offense and still had a chance to win the game on the final drive, but came up short. Credit the 49ers defense and move on.

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