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Daily Commentary 12/14 THU (7:28pmET)

Date:
December 14, 2017

7:28pmET: Projections Updated

-- I'm going to type this, and maybe I'm the only one...but...did you know there are two Saturday games this week? It doesn't even seem possible.

4:30pm CHI at DET

8:25pm LAC at KC

Plan accordingly. Many of us with Tyreek Hill will get a good glimpse of what me might need to do/change (or not) for Sunday. We need 'one of those games' from Tyreek in a huge spot.

-- Damien Williams back, but I don't think that changes much for white hot Kenyan Drake.

Morning Notes...

-- Word is Marcus Mariota will potentially need offseason ankle surgery...that he has hamstring, leg, and ankle problems -- which probably explains the sharp drop off in his passing skills. Either way, I don't want him for FF 2017, and I'm about done with him for dynasty. I like the talent but he's injured way too much and better options are pouring into to dynasty (Trubisky, Garoppolo, Goff, Dak).

-- Seattle working out LB Mike Morgan, which means there is fear one or both of Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will be out this week. They also activated a LB from the practice squad. Seattle's going to be ripe for the picking due to all their injuries this week. The Rams are moving into Blazing Five range.

-- Sleeper DFS play tonight...Marlon Mack. Short week for 34+ yard old Frank Gore, and why push Gore down the stretch?

-- The Vikings were down 2 OLs last week and gave up a season high 6 sacks...both those missing OLs look like they'll be back, but then starting LT Reiff is going to be out. The Keenum hot projection could fall some if MIN end up down 2-3 OLs vs. the one we project.

-- Carolina could be down their starting RG Trai Turner this week

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