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Love/Hate: Thanks for the matchups!

In a season of injuries and first-round busts, Matthew Berry says fantasy owners can be thankful for matchups against the Eagles or the Saints. But first, about those pool noodles ...

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2dRenee Miller

NFL daily fantasy flex plays for Week 12

Renee Miller identifies top options to use in the flex spot of your DFS lineup in Week 12, including safe, upside and value plays.

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1dJim McCormick and Jeff Ratcliffe

Fantasy football: IDP rankings for Week 12

Jim McCormick and Jeff Ratcliffe provide their IDP rankings for Week 12, including Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith cracking the top three at the position.

Robert Turbin a clear handcuff in fantasy (1:21)

Fantasy Focus: Worried about Pats injuries?

Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell discuss who the Kimmy Gibbler of the podcast is, the latest on Danny Amendola and the rest of the injuries around the NFL.

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2dJoe Kaiser

Kaiser: Sell-high fantasy NBA candidates

Joe Kaiser, along with Kevin Pelton, looks at players who were off to hot starts and determines whether fantasy owners should trade them now or hold.

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Karabell: Top 10 RB handcuffs

Eric Karabell breaks down running back situations in which the backup has fantasy value, and ranks his top 10 RB handcuffs. The Seahawks' Thomas Rawls comes in No. 1.

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1dKC Joyner

Fantasy: Megatron among top trade targets

KC Joyner identifies four high-upside fantasy players to target based on statistical trends and remaining schedules, including Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson.

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2dJeff Ratcliffe

Fantasy: Top D/ST, IDP pickups for Week 12

Jeff Ratcliffe offers helpful tiers to rate all of the NFL's D/ST units -- led by the Panthers' and Cardinals' defenses -- for Week 12, and identifies IDPs to pick up.

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8dBradford Doolittle

Trend Watch: DeRozan's career-best start

Bradford Doolittle provides his latest fantasy trend watch of the season, weighing in on DeMar DeRozan, Nikola Mirotic and Ty Lawson.

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3dJoe Kaiser

Kaiser: Ty Lawson no longer a fantasy asset

Joe Kaiser provides his latest installment of a series looking at overvalued and undervalued players. He writes why Ty Lawson is being used far too often.


Fantasy Weekly: Previewing Week 12

Anita Marks and Aaron Schatz break down all the injuries you need to know, discuss waiver wire pick ups and which teams have the most fantasy friendly playoff schedule.

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15dEric Karabell

AFL notes: Profar, Meadows, Frazier climbing

Eric Karabell discusses Arizona Fall League performers such as the Rangers' Jurickson Profar, who is still an intriguing prospect.

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3dTristan H. Cockcroft

Consistency Ratings heading into Week 12

The Consistency Ratings weigh both how consistent as well as how start-worthy players have been in ESPN leagues in 2015.


Packers looking for fourth-quarter magic

Aaron Rodgers has 12 regular-season fourth-quarter comebacks in his career. He's looking to make it 13 as he has the ball with the Packers trailing the Bears 17-13 at the 2-minute warning. Follow live


Aaron Rodgers PICKED OFF by Tracy Porter. Just his 4th Int of the season, tying him with Tom Brady.

'A special night, but different'

Brett Favre was honored to have his No. 4 retired by the Packers, but it was extra special to have Bart Starr join him for the ceremony.


Norman: Dez's disrespect 'through roof'

Josh Norman said several of the younger Carolina defensive backs came to the locker room during warm-ups before Thursday's game against the Cowboys and told him Dez Bryant had called him out.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

After getting his left wrist checked out during the Bears last series, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers returned to the game without missing a play. But he'll have to come up with a rally. The Packers trail 17-13 with 12:15 to play.

Starr, Favre embrace at Favre ceremony

Brett Favre's No. 4 jersey was retired by the Packers at a halftime ceremony, and Favre got an extra bonus in former Green Bay QB Bart Starr, who returned to Lambeau Field for the first time since suffering multiple strokes and a heart attack in the fall of 2014.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

After Aaron Rodgers came to the sideline holding his left wrist after the last series, backup QB Scott Tolzien immediately started getting loose.

Aaron Rodgers injures left wrist/arm

The Packers QB took a helmet to his non-throwing arm late in the third quarter and left the field holding his arm in pain. He is being examined on sideline for apparently left wrist/hand injury. Backup Scott Tolzien is warming up on the sideline. Follow live

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Favre shakes hands and hugs Rodgers. Gives a few final waves to the crowd before exiting through Lambeau tunnel.

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Bart Starr return to Lambeau reminiscent of Ted Williams to Fenway in 1999. Hall of Famers in their own right paying deep respect.

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

When Brett Favre made his 1st start with the Packers in 1992, the season ticket waiting list was at about 12,000. It's now at 120,000.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Bart Starr and Brett Favre together again at Lambeau Field.