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  • 11/14, 8:04 pm
    • Thomas caught his only target for...

      Thomas caught his only target for one yard during Sunday's win over the Jets while seeing action on 41 percent of the offensive snaps. He also completed a 15-yard pass on a fake punt.

      Analysis: The trick play was a thing of beauty and certainly contributed to the big win, but other than that Thomas didn't have much production. Neither he nor Jason Croom (no catches) took advantage of starter Charles Clay being shelved with a hamstring injury, as the Bills simply spread Clay's usual modest targets elsewhere in the offense. The Bills are taking a good look at many of their younger players in what's turned out to be a rebuilding season, so Thomas will continue to have a small role even if Clay returns to action following the team's Week 11 bye. That role won't yield more than a few sprinkled catches, however.

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  • 11/14, 7:25 pm
    • Alford collected five tackles during Sunday's...

      Alford collected five tackles during Sunday's 28-16 loss to the Browns.

      Analysis: The sixth-year defensive back has dealt with an ankle injury for the past two weeks, but his level of play overall this season has been well below par. Alford owns a season-long performance grade of 48.5 from Pro Football Focus, a career low for him, and easily the worst of any of the Falcons' top four cornerbacks. After Atlanta got diced up by Baker Mayfield on Sunday (85 percent completion rate, three passing touchdowns), Alford and the Falcons secondary look to get back on track in Week 11 facing Dak Prescott and the Cowboys' bottom five pass offense (194 yards per game).

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  • 11/14, 7:11 pm
    • The Vikings forced six turnovers in...

      The Vikings forced six turnovers in their last four games. They play the Bears in Week 11.

      Analysis: The Bears haven't coughed up the ball much this season, ranking 11th in the league with just 11 turnovers in nine games. Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky has ran wild this year, but his accuracy has suffered at times, dropping under 60 percent over the last four games. The Vikings will look to contain him, and they appear to be well-equipped with a league-high 31 sacks. The Bears' backfield has been largely ineffective outside of Tarek Cohen's play-making abilities, which have proven to be spotty on a week-to-week basis and the Vikings' defense ranks third in the league against the rush. A low-scoring game gives the Vikings D/ST enough upside to be a viable Week 11 threat in 12-team leagues.

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  • 11/14, 7:00 pm
    • The Eagles rank third in the...

      The Eagles rank third in the league with just 12 passing touchdowns allowed. They play the Saints in Week 11.

      Analysis: Part of the Eagles' success against the pass has been CB Ronald Darby, who tore his ACL in Week 10 and will be out for the year. To add to their worries, cornerbacks Jalen Mills (foot) and Sidney Jones (hamstring) are both dealing with injuries. That spells trouble against the Saints, who have racked up over 30 points in seven of eight games this year while QB Drew Brees has thrown 24 touchdowns and just one interception. The Eagles rank ninth in the league with 26 sacks, but Brees has shown mobility as well and has only been dropped nine times in as many games. It doesn't add up for this battered unit, so Philly D/ST shouldn't be considered in the fantasy realm.

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  • 11/14, 6:02 pm
    • Jenkins was a full participant at...

      Jenkins was a full participant at Wednesday's practice despite a wrist injury, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

      Analysis: Jenkins was a late addition to the injury report but his full participation should quell any major concerns. The 30-year-old was sporting a wrap/light cast on his right wrist Wednesday but the injury shouldn't affect his availability for Sunday's game at New Orleans.

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