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Daily Commentary 11/17 FRI (9:05pmET)

Date:
November 17, 2017

Injury news that caught my eye...

-- Philip Rivers cleared...makes my LAC DST play feel a whole lot better -- I need them to show the Steelers TNF performance what's what.

-- Ravens LT Ronnie Staley out...that's huge. I like Green Bay + points more and more Sunday. Not enough to bet, though.

-- Kam Chancellor likely out for Sunday...I think I love the Falcons + points. Russell Wilson is always scary to bet against.

-- David Amerson out...another Brady-Cooks-etc. boost

12:47pmET: If Leonard Fournette is sketchy...do you go Ivory or Yeldon? I have no idea. Yeldon based on last week but he's more the PPR guy. When Fournette was suspended a few weeks ago it was Ivory taking the bulk.

Quiet day today for FFM, I need to recover from the butt-beating I took on the TNF game. Man, I hate bad Thursday Night fantasy games...

*Sat the Steelers DST without Haden...most turnovers they've had in 20 years. I least I know they're usable rest of the way, except Week 15, without Haden

*Opposed Big Ben in some situations, felt good about that...best game he's had in years.

*Used Mariota some...not bad numbers overall -- without the 4 INTs

Time to shift some Sunday lineups into beast mode.

Today's and Saturday's Agenda...

-- Next Week 11 Projections Saturday afternoon/early-eve.

College events for my son this afternoon, charity event I'm helping with at my wife's kindergarten class, fun event Saturday night. Not sure how I'm going to get it all done.

-- Final two Week 10 game recaps today

-- The TEN-PIT bloodbath will come out Saturday night after I've had time to simmer down (now).

-- Daily notes as I can post them between events

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