• The Titans/Chargers London game will begin at 9:30am ET this Sunday. Be sure to set your lineups early!


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League Player News

  • 10/17, 7:23 pm
    • The Bengals rank 29th in the...

      The Bengals rank 29th in the NFL allowing 409.2 yards per game heading into Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

      Analysis: The Steelers racked up almost 500 yards of offense in last week's 28-21 loss, while the Bengals also lost the services of top-tackler Nick Vigil to a sprained MCL on Sunday. Kansas City ranks second in the league in scoring (35.8 points), fifth in yards (418.5 yards), first in sacks allowed (six), and tied for second in giveaways (five). Second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes is enjoying an impressive season, throwing for over 300 yards or multiple touchdowns in each of the first six games. Cincinnati ranks 23rd with 26.3 points allowed and is middle of the pack in takeaways with eight. The Bengals are a defense to avoid this week as they face one of the best offenses in the NFL that features a plethora of weapons for their young QB.

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  • 10/17, 6:45 pm
    • The Bills enter Sunday's game against...

      The Bills enter Sunday's game against the Colts allowing only 311.7 yards per game, good for third in the league.

      Analysis: Buffalo may have started the season by allowing 88 points over the first two games -- thanks in part to their awful offense -- but have given up an average of 15 points over the last four games. Quarterback Andrew Luck remains an elite passer for the Colts and it looks as though top wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is on track to play after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury. Indianapolis ranks third worst in the league with 13 giveaways while the Bills rank sixth with 14 takeaways, so there should be some opportunities in the turnover battle. The Bills defense has performed fairly well this year but are difficult to trust as a fantasy option against a quality QB, especially with a turnover-prone offense likely to put them in compromising field position.

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  • Mike Hull LB-MIA
    10/17, 5:56 pm
    • Hull (knee) took part in Wednesday's...

      Hull (knee) took part in Wednesday's practice session, Alain Poupart of the Dolphins' official site reports.

      Analysis: Hull will be eligible to be activated off IR on Oct. 26 and his participation in practice Wednesday suggests that he could be on target to do so. The fourth-year linebacker recorded 35 tackles (27 solo) last season and figures to return to a reserve role at linebacker when added to the 53-man roster.

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  • 10/17, 5:52 pm
    • Okoronkwo (foot) participated in practice Wednesday...

      Okoronkwo (foot) participated in practice Wednesday for the first time since landing on the PUP list to begin the season, Vincent Bonsignore of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Okoronkwo reportedly feels great as he begins participation, likely suggesting he will be activated off the PUP list well ahead of the 21 days allotted. When ready, the rookie fifth-round pick will look to make his first impact on the football field after a delayed start to his professional career.

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  • 10/17, 5:38 pm
    • McKinley is one of a group...

      McKinley is one of a group of four Falcons defenders -- including Grady Jarrett (ankle), Jack Crawford and Vic Beasley -- that when on the field together help hold opponents to 4.0 yards per pass play, which would rank first in the NFL, per Pro Football Focus.

      Analysis: It's somewhat of a far-reaching stat, but the recognition of this trend showing the effectiveness of having McKinley, Jarrett, Crawford and Beasley on the field simultaneously may motivate Dan Quinn to dial up more packages with this combination. Following an electrifying start to the season, McKinley himself has cooled off over the past two weeks. The second-year man tallied 4.5 sacks and six tackles over his first three appearances of the year, but has no sacks and just two tackles in games against the Buccaneers and Steelers since. McKinley has an opportunity to heat up against the Giants in a Week 7 Monday Night matchup, facing a swiss cheese-like offensive line that is tied for the fifth-most sacks allowed in 2018.

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