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Sunday 22nd Oct 2017


The big news this morning is Andrew Luck (shoulder) is out and Matt Hasselbeck is in for the Colts. There could be a late change, but play it safe with your best option if you have one other than Luck. T.Y. Hilton is listed as probable.

Also out for today are LeSean McCoy (hamstring) and Sammy Watkins (calf).

Jay Cutler is questionable, but not someone I would trust under any circumstances. Nor would I play Jimmy Clausen, even though the Raiders defense is hardly the Seahawks unit that Clausen faced last week. Alshon Jeffery is also questionable.

Chris Culliver (knee) and DeSean Jackson (hamstring) are listed as out as is Victor Cruz (calf), who sufferred a setback this past week.

Marshawn Lynch has been ruled out for Monday night, which is tough. It is hard to imagine the beast cannot play, but such is life and aging bodies.  


Drew Brees (shoulder) has been listed as the starter tonight for the Saints.

Arian Foster (groin) is listed as probable, but work him in slowly.

Devonta Freeman (toe) is expected to play today, as is DeMarco Murray.

Troy Tulowitzki is listed as a starter as of now for the Jays today.

Matt Jones makes a nice play today, but with wet weather, Alfred Morris might indeed get more touches as Jones improves his ball protection skills.

With Marshawn Lynch out, look to Jimmy Graham, Doug Baldwin and Thomas Rawls (over Fred Jackson) as the go-to guys for Russell Wilson.

Brian Quick is ready to start for the Rams while Randall Cobb and Eddie Lacy are both listed as probably against the Niners.


Mat Latos: Easy come, easy go, as Latos signed with the cross-town Angels after the Dodgers released him. Let's see if he can turn into David Wells?

Tim Hudson/Barry Zito/Jeremy Affeldt all retired this week. I saw a lot of Zito and Hudson as part of the Big Three Oakland starters in the 00's (with Mark Mulder). As for Affeldt, well, I think of how much Jason Grey loved him when Affeldt ascended to the Majors and that makes me smile.

Again, remember you can play against us at the Mastersball 50-team 50/50 Challenge and you can follow me @lawrmichaels.

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