Steelers - Ravens has been moved to Tuesday. It will be a week 12 game.
It will count in your week 12 standings.
There will be no waivers on Tuesday.
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Five Fantasy Takeaways from Week 12
Denver Broncos rookie quarterback K.J. Hamler was not targeted in the passing game and ran the ball twice for negative-eight yards in the 31-3 blowout loss to the Saints in Week 12. With Denver's entire quarterback room out due to COVID-19, Hamler and the Broncos offense had zero chance with practice-squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton under center. The Penn State product had 26 targets in his previous three games, but it amounted to only 160 scoreless yards. Hamler has intriguing long-term upside in Denver's offense out of the slot, but he's too far down the receiving pecking order in an inconsistent offense to be anything more than a WR4/5 option for managers in deeper leagues. The rookie remains more of a dynasty/keeper stash for the time being.
Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon III led the team with 12 rushing attempts in the 31-3 blowout loss to the Saints in Week 12, but he only managed 31 yards (2.6 yards per carry). Fantasy managers would've been wise to bench the entire Broncos offense on a day in which they had a practice-squad wide receiver doubling as a quarterback due to COVID-19. Gordon has had double-digit carries in each of the last three weeks, but it's also concerning that he hasn't caught a pass in the last three games. He's become a low-ceiling RB3/flex for fantasy managers, but he could have some RB2 upside next week against the Chiefs if Phillip Lindsay (knee) is forced to miss time due to his injury. Gordon will only be worth starting in Week 13 if quarterback Drew Lock returns.
Denver Broncos running back Royce Freeman surprisingly led the team in rushing in their Week 12 31-3 blowout loss to the Saints on Sunday, carrying the ball eight times for a season-high 50 yards. Almost half of Freeman's yardage came on a 23-yard run. The 24-year-old led the team in rushing on a day in which they used a practice-squad wide receiver as their starting quarterback, but Freeman's role could expand in the coming weeks if Phillip Lindsay (knee) is forced to miss time after suffering an injury. However, with a Week 13 meeting with the division-rival Chiefs on tap, it'll be hard to trust any Denver running back in a game where the Broncos could easily find themselves down multiple scores early once again.
Denver Broncos practice-squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton was forced to start at quarterback in Week 12 against the Saints with Drew Lock and the rest of the team's QB room inactive due to COVID-19. As expected, it was an ugly day overall for all of the Broncos offense, including Hinton. The 23-year-old from Wake Forest completed just one of his nine passing attempts for 13 yards and two interceptions. He was also sacked once and ran the ball two times for seven yards. Hinton put up negative points on the day for those fantasy managers trying to take advantage of his receiver eligibility. It was likely just a one-time experiment for the Broncos with their backs against the wall this week. If Lock and the rest of Denver's QBs cannot play in Week 13 against the Chiefs, expect them to sign a quarterback off the street instead of rolling with Hinton again.
Green Bay Packers center Corey Linsley (knee) is believed to have suffered an MCL sprain on Sunday night, but an MRI exam on Monday will tell the full story, according to a source. Head coach Matt LaFleur said after the Week 11 win over the division-rival Bears that initial indications are that it's not a season-ending injury. Linsley might have to miss some time, but thankfully for the team it looks like he won't miss the rest of the season. Green Bay's offensive line has been excellent in protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, as he's been sacked just 11 times in 2020. Linsley missing time would be bad news for the Packers, but it wouldn't be enough to lower Rodgers' sky-high fantasy ceiling.
Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said that defensive end Myles Garrett is on track to be cleared by Wednesday. Garrett has missed the last two games after testing positive for COVID-19, but it looks like he's on track to return for Week 13 against the Titans. The 24-year-old pass-rusher has 31 tackles (23 solo), seven tackles for loss, 14 QB hits, a league-high four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 9.5 sacks in his nine games played this season. He's a continuous disruptive force on the defensive line and is a must-start IDP commodity when he's on the field. The Browns Defense is a much scarier unit when he's active, and it looks like fantasy managers should have him back this weekend.
Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz (ankle) will not be activated from the Reserve/Injured list to play Monday, Nov. 30.
Fantasy Spin: Dallas Goedert and Richard Rodgers have both been relevant - and canceled each other out to a degree. Goedert is a low-end TE1 if you waited until tonight to use the slot.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz (ankle) won't be activated from Injured Reserve before the Monday night game against the Seahawks in Week 12, according to sources. Head coach Doug Pederson said the other day that Ertz was unlikely to return on Monday night against Seattle, but there's a chance that he returns in Week 13 against the Packers. Dallas Goedert and Richard Rodgers will handle the tight end position for another week with Ertz out. Goedert is the fantasy relevant tight end of the two and caught five passes for 77 yards and his second touchdown of the season last week against Cleveland. Seattle's defense has been decent against tight ends in 2020, but Goedert will have plenty of TE1 appeal with Ertz still sidelined.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was 21-for-29 for 211 yards with four touchdowns and a 132.3 passer rating in the blowout win over the division-rival Bears in Week 12 on Sunday night. Rodgers leads the league in passer rating (117.6) and is second behind MVP front-runner Patrick Mahomes in touchdown-to-interception ratio (33-4). Green Bay is averaging 31.7 points per game (second-most in the league), the most by Green Bay since 2011 (35.0 points per game) when they finished 15-1 and when Rodgers won his first MVP. He has four straight games with a 70-plus completion percentage, which is the longest active streak in the NFL. Sunday night was his 23rd career game with four or more TDs, no picks and a 125 or better passer rating, tied for the most by any player since at least 1950. He's been sacked just 11 times in 2020 and continues to dice up opposing defenses at will. Continue to roll with Rodgers with confidence as the fantasy playoffs approach.
Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back James Robinson has been the lone bright spot in 2020 for a 1-10 Jaguars team that fired general manager Dave Caldwell on Sunday night. Robinson had 128 rushing yards and a touchdown on 22 carries (5.8 yards per carry) and also recorded five catches for 31 yards in the Week 12 loss to the Browns. He has 1,170 scrimmage yards through 11 games and is 159 yards away from breaking Dominic Rhodes' record (1,328 in 2001) for most scrimmage yards by an undrafted rookie. Robinson has averaged 106.3 scrimmage yards per game this year, so he should be able to achieve the record, barring injury. The rookie is also one 100-yard game shy of tying Clark Gaines for the most 100-yard games (seven) by an undrafted rookie. Even on a bad team using their third quarterback of the year, Robinson is a must-start fantasy asset every week.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (ankle) had his day cut short in the Week 12 blowout loss to the Falcons after just 10 touches and a fumble after he suffered an ankle sprain, according to a source. Jacobs is undergoing tests on Monday, but it sounds like the injury looked worse than it is. The second-year back hasn't missed a game this season, but he might be in danger of sitting out in Week 13 in an excellent matchup against the winless Jets. He'll be a no-doubt RB1 for that matchup if he can play. If he can't, the Raiders will likely use some combination of Devontae Booker and Jalen Richard out of the backfield. The 22-year-old from Alabama had just seven carries for 27 yards on Sunday and caught all three of his targets for 17 yards.
The New York Giants are bracing for quarterback Daniel Jones (hamstring) to miss some time after he suffered a hamstring injury in the Week 12 win over the Bengals, but he'll undergo an MRI exam on Monday to determine his prognosis. Jones went 16-for-27 for 213 yards in the game before leaving and was replaced by Colt McCoy, who would become a desperation low-end QB2 in superflex leagues if he were to make any starts in Jones' absence. Fantasy managers that started Jones in the nice matchup against Cincy were disappointed obviously, but he has a chance to help out again in Week 13 (if he plays) against a porous Seahawks secondary. Stay tuned for more updates on Jones' condition on Monday. If he misses time, all of New York's pass-catchers will have to be downgraded.
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone and the coaching staff will remain in their positions for the rest of the season.
Los Angeles Rams DL Aaron Donald posted five tackles (four solo), including two for a loss (one sack), a pass defensed, four quarterback hits and forced a fumble in Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods hauled in seven of his 12 targets for 80 yards and rushed one time for eight yards in Week 12 versus the San Francisco 49ers.
Fantasy Spin: On a day where Jared Goff did little to help the Rams, Woods still managed to come through with a strong fantasy line. Over the last two games, the 28-year-old has 19 catches for 210 yards and a score. Woods may lack the ceiling of some other top fantasy receivers, but head coach Sean McVay does a fine job of making sure he gets the ball at least seven times per game via the running and passing game. That usually gives him a solid WR2 floor, and that is about what he should be in Week 13 against the Arizona Cardinals.
San Francisco 49ers TE Jordan Reed (illness) had two receptions for 18 yards versus the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Nov. 29.
Fantasy Spin: Reed trailed only Deebo Samuel in looks, but that only resulted in two grabs. He's a capable producer, though, and as long as Reed is healthy (and George Kittle isn't) he offers weekly TE1 potential.
Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp tallied two catches on five targets for 41 yards in Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Fantasy Spin: He was held without a catch until he broke loose for 33 yards late in the third quarter. Kupp hasn't been the superstar fantasy receiver he was for most of last season, but San Francisco has really locked him down in 2020. In two games against the 49ers, the fourth-year pro has mustered five receptions for 52 scoreless yards. In nine games against everyone else, he has 61 catches for 711 and two touchdowns. Kupp should be able to find his way into the WR2 discussion in Week 13 versus the Arizona Cardinals.
Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff finished 19-of-31 for 198 yards and no touchdowns with two interceptions in Week 12 versus the San Francisco 49ers. Goff added 11 yards rushing on five carries and lost a fumble.
Fantasy Spin: This effort marks the second time in three weeks Goff has failed to throw for a touchdown and comes on the heels of a game in which he picked apart the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His first interception was a pick-six in which he was hit as he was throwing, but his second miscue was a brutal decision that will probably go down as one of Richard Sherman's easiest interceptions. Given his recent inconsistency, Goff is hard to trust as anything more than a wild-card QB2 in fantasy, including in Week 13 against the Arizona Cardinals.
Green Bay Packers WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (Achilles) did not have a catch and was not targeted in Week 12 against the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Coming off his critical fumble in last Sunday's loss to the Colts, MVS was MIA on SNF. He did pop up on the injury report with an Achilles issue leading up to the game so perhaps it's as simple as that. Still, it's suspicious timing, and it makes Valdes-Scantling likely bench fodder for Week 13.
Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams had six receptions for 61 yards and a touchdown against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, Nov. 29.
Fantasy Spin: It wasn't a great game for Adams, who Rodgers missed for what would've likely been an 80-yard TD early and then couldn't haul in what looked like a very catchable ball late. On the bright side, Adams extended his touchdown streak to six games. Next week he draws the Eagles, which he posted 10 catches and 180 yards against in a meeting last season. He's a high-end WR1.
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