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Monday 16th Oct 2017


WR's Larry Fitzgerald (ankle) and Leonard Hankerson (hamstring) are probable, though Michael Floyd (hamstring) remains questionable. Vincent Jackson remains (knee) is questionable.

Montitor Karlos Williams, who is facing the Pats but is questionable with "illness." He might be a good start facing the Pats. Alshon Jeffery (groin/shoulder) is also questionable but not expected to play.


In Dallas, things are looking up with Tony Romo active, Dez Bryant (knee) probable and Darren McFadden (groin) questionable. All three will likely play, giving some points against the Fish. But, Sam Bradford (concussion) is out.

Ronnie Hillman (quadriceps) and Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) are probables, as are Calvin Johnson (shoulder) and Joique Bell (ankle) facing the Raiders.

Aaron Rodgers (shoulder) is probable versus the Vikes, while DeAndre Hopkins (knee) is also probable facing the Jets.

Travis Kelce (groin) is probable, but Larry Donnell (neck) is out.

Adrian Peterson (hamstring) and Teddy Bridgewater (shoulder) are both in but Sam Bradford (concussion) and Ryan Mathews (concussion) are probables.

Malcolm Floyd (shoulder) is out, but Antonio Gates (hip) is probable against the Chiefs.

Carlos Hyde (foot) is out, and though Anquan Boldin (knee) is questionable, I would suspect he will not play either.

For the Broncos, Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) and Peyton Manning (foot) are out.


Keenan AllenJamaal Charles, Jordy Nelson, Le'Veon BellVictor Cruz, Andrew Luck and Julian Edelman.


I really like Ryan Fitzpatrick, facing the porous Houston secondary, and also like both Danny Amendola and Steve Johnson as receivers, picking up the respective slack for their teams.

Richard Rodgers has been doing well the last few weeks, and is still a bit under-the-radar, so he makes a good play against the Vikings.

Finally, I am going cheap with defense, taking the Raiders against the Lions, who have good personnel, but no organization, it seems. Remember, the Raiders played the Jets well.


Josh Donaldson earned an MVP, one year removed from Oakland, where I saw his career go from back-up catcher struggles to budding third sacker and hitter, to now the best player in the league for the year. Way to go!

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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