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1 +12-0-01.000W2664.60470.85
2 +32-0-01.000W2472.25440.95
3 +11-1-0.500L1469.10456.60
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9 -10-2-0.000L2469.85611.45
10 -10-2-0.000L2397.80531.85
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League Player News

  • 9/17, 3:37 pm
    • The Rams gave up 244 total...

      The Rams gave up 244 total yards to the Saints in Week 2 and are set to face the Browns on Sunday.

      Analysis: Los Angeles has only given up 587 total yards through two games in 2019, good for fifth-best in the league in that category. The Browns' offense has been average so far - ranking 14th in passing yards (549) and 23rd in rushing yards (172) - but as time goes on they'll likely improve as QB Baker Mayfield and WR Odell Beckham begin to mesh and RB Nick Chubb gets comfortable in his starting role. The Rams' secondary will certainly have to be careful of Beckham on Sunday, who caught six passes for 161 yards and a touchdown - including an 89-yard score - against the Jets in Week 2. Even against a middle-of-the-pack offense like Cleveland, the Rams' defense remains a middling fantasy option this week.

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  • Ty Johnson RB-DET
    9/17, 3:28 pm
    • Johnson will take over as the...

      Johnson will take over as the Lions' No. 2 running back after C.J. Anderson was released, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

      Analysis: Johnson was efficient but not overly productive for Maryland in college, generating 7.7 YPC, 506 yards and three touchdowns in his senior season. The rookie sixth-round pick impressed during limited action Week 2 versus the Chargers, rushing six times for 36 yards and catching both of his targets for six yards. Johnson has the foundation to be a stud as well with a 4.26-second 40-yard dash, and the Lions clearly feel comfortable with him if they released Anderson. The Lions fed Anderson 16 touches through the first two games, and Johnson figures to absorb a good chunk of those moving forward, although he's still playing second fiddle behind Kerryon Johnson.

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  • 9/17, 3:19 pm
    • Quinton Dunbar (knee), Fabian Moreau (ankle)...

      Quinton Dunbar (knee), Fabian Moreau (ankle) and Jonathan Allen (knee) all missed Washington's Week 2 matchup and are at some risk of missing Monday's contest against Chicago as well.

      Analysis: The Redskins have given up 63 points and 910 total yards through two games this season, ranking them as third-worst in the league in both categories. Luckily for Washington, the Bears have had about as much success on offense, scoring 19 points (T-31st) and earning 527 total yards (30th). Despite injuries to a few of their bigger names, the Redskins' defense could be a decent fantasy option this week, given the Bears' lack of production on offense so far in 2019.

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  • A.J. Brown WR-TEN
    9/17, 3:17 pm
    • Brown (knee) was a full participant...

      Brown (knee) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.

      Analysis: Brown's knee injury was revealed when he was a limited participant in Monday's practice, but that issue was short-lived and he'll be ready for Thursday's game versus the Jaguars. Although he's still marked as the No. 4 wideout, Brown played 44 percent of offensive snaps in Week 2. However, he couldn't follow up his 100-yard NFL debut, posting three receptions for 25 yards on five targets in Week 2 versus the Colts.

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  • 9/17, 3:02 pm
    • Lee (knee) was a full participant...

      Lee (knee) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.

      Analysis: Lee sat out of Week 2's game versus the Texans with this knee issue, but it appears he's made a speedy recovery. He'll be ready to go for Thursday's game versus the Titans, barring a setback, and he could have an increased role if Chris Conley (hip) is ruled out. However, when the receiving corps was healthy in Week 1, Lee only played 12 offensive snaps and didn't receive a target.

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