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Three games down, 13 remaining. Chat live with our analysts from 10 a.m. right up until the 1 p.m. kickoffs to get the latest advice, injury updates and more!

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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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4dRenee 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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2dJim 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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5dJoe 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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4dKC 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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5dJeff 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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11dBradford 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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6dJoe 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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18dEric 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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5dTristan 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.


Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Devonta Freeman eager to get his hands back on the football. He'll miss today's game with concussion. Timetable unclear.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars WR Marqise Lee stretching. He played only nine snaps on offense last week. That number should be significantly higher today.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans RT Byron Bell reports to work for game against Raiders in the rain.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills DE Jerry Hughes tweeted Sunday morning that one of the Bills' buses to Arrowhead Stadium broke down. All buses have now arrived at the stadium, the the team says. Still over 2 hours until kickoff.

Shayne Graham kicking with heavy heart

Two days before Thanksgiving, free agent kicker Shayne Graham lost his father. Later in the week, Graham aced his workout and was signed by the Falcons. "I made this decision because I knew its what my father would want me to do," said Graham. 'A source of inspiration'

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The tarp is still on at FedEx Field and there's still a light rain falling for the Redskins-Giants game Sunday. It's cold and dreary.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons kicker Matt Bryant, already out today with quad injury, ran 20 yards then called it quits and headed back to locker room.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

With temps in the 40s, the helmet heaters are already humming on the sidelines at Paul Brown Stadium ahead of today's Rams-Bengals game.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Nice day here in Landover.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Miserable weather here in Kansas City. Tarp is on the field as a steady rain/sleet mix falls at Arrowhead Stadium. 34 degrees at moment.

Watch: 'NFL Insiders' on ESPN

ESPN's panel of insiders gets you up to date on everything you need to know for today's slate of games. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Arrowhead Stadium field is still covered in cold and rainy Kansas City before today's game between the Chiefs and Bills.

How the Panthers get to 16-0

According to ESPNs Football Power Index, the Panthers have the best chance of any NFL team to win out at 17.9 percent. The combined record of Carolina's remaining opponents is 26-24. But still, 16-0 won't be easy, writes David Newton. Here's how they'll get it done. Breaking it down

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Adam Schefter's early NFL roster notes

  • Chiefs RB Charcandrick West (questionable, hamstring) won't play today, per sources.
  • Cardinals WR Michael Floyd (questionable, hamstring) is expected to play today, per source.
  • Dolphins WRs Jarvis Landry (knee) and Rishard Matthews (illness), both questionable, both expected to play today, per source.

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Giants watching things fall their way

Talk about a fruitful vacation. Since they last played, the Giants have watched their NFC East brethren lose four of five games. A win on Sunday would leave New York up two games in the division with five weeks to go.

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Danny Amendola out vs. Broncos

New England won't have Amendola against Denver's vaunted defense Sunday, the Patriots announced. Amendola injured his knee in a win over the Bills on Monday. With Julian Edelman and Aaron Dobson out and other WRs ailing, the Pats are down to two healthy WRs (Brandon LaFell and undrafted free agent Chris Harper).

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have activated CB Jeremy Lane from the PUP list and released RB Bryce Brown from the 53-man active roster. Lane has not played a snap this year but is expected to be in uniform and have a role Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.