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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 PPR Rest of Season Rankings
Melvin Gordon III Note
Melvin Gordon III photo 44. Melvin Gordon III RB - (vs . LV)
Gordon had two touchdowns against the Dolphins in Week 11, and re-established himself as, at a minimum, a viable fantasy asset. He'll continue to split time with Phillip Lindsay, but he should see enough volume to be borderline startable most weeks.
2 days ago
Jerry Jeudy Note
Jerry Jeudy photo 96. Jerry Jeudy WR - (vs . LV)
You won't find a bigger Jeudy fan than me, but if you're looking ahead on his fantasy schedule, there are going to be tough times. Starting in Week 12, he'll play the Chiefs (4th-worst matchup for wide receivers), Panthers (9th-worst), Bills (7th-worst), and then Chargers (8th-worst).
1 week ago
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 99. Noah Fant TE - (vs . LV)
Fant suffered a sprained ankle against the Jets in Week 4 and is expected to at least miss Week 5's game against the Patriots. He's week-to-week after that, and considering how well he played and the likely return of Drew Lock, fantasy managers should do their best to hold onto him, as he's likely a top-12 option when he returns.
8 weeks ago
Phillip Lindsay Note
Phillip Lindsay photo 107. Phillip Lindsay RB - (vs . LV)
With Melvin Gordon potentially facing a suspension after being charged with a DUI, Lindsay looks likely to inherit a large workload, similar to what he saw last year. Now past his bye with Drew Lock back, Lindsay could find himself in RB2 territory until Gordon returns, if he does this year.
6 weeks ago
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 125. Tim Patrick WR - (vs . LV)
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 173. KJ Hamler WR - (vs . LV)
Hamler suffered a hamstring injury in Week 4, and may need to miss some time. With Courtland Sutton's injury, the door is open for Hamler to produce, but he'll obviously need to prove himself healthy. With plenty of options at the position, fantasy managers can move on if they need to.
8 weeks ago
Drew Lock Note
Drew Lock photo 206. Drew Lock QB - (vs . LV)
Lock is dealing with a rib injury and may miss Week 11's game against the Dolphins. Even when healthy, he's nothing more than a low-end QB2. There's no reason to roster him at this point other than in deeper two-quarterback leagues.
1 week ago
Denver Broncos Note
Denver Broncos photo 243. Denver Broncos DST - (vs . LV)
Brandon McManus Note
Brandon McManus photo 303. Brandon McManus K - (vs . LV)
McManus bounced back from a few sub-par years, hitting 85.3% of his field-goal attempts and all but one of his extra-point attempts. The biggest difference for McManus was that he saw 34 field-goal tries, second-most of his career. With more offensive weapons for Drew Lock and a sturdy defense, McManus should again see plenty of chances. In the thin air in Denver, he's a decent bet to finish as a top-12 kicker, though should probably be drafted only in 15-team leagues.
11 weeks ago
Royce Freeman Note
Royce Freeman photo 326. Royce Freeman RB - (vs . LV)
Freeman should see an expanded role now with Phillip Lindsay sidelined with turf toe. But he saw little action even after Lindsay left the game in Week 1, so don't expect him to go back to close to a 50-50 split like he saw last year. Other than extremely deep leagues, there's little reason to concern yourself with Freeman even with his likely increase in usage.
10 weeks ago
DaeSean Hamilton Note
DaeSean Hamilton photo 364. DaeSean Hamilton WR - (vs . LV)
Jeff Driskel Note
Jeff Driskel photo 397. Jeff Driskel QB - (vs . LV)
Driskel performed well in relief of Drew Lock in Week 2, and will get his chance to start for at least the foreseeable future with Lock's shoulder injury set to keep him out of action for a bit. Driskel isn't special and he's down his top wideout in Courtland Sutton, but in a two-quarterback or superflex league, anyone under center is valuable. Just temper your expectations.
9 weeks ago