Only three of 16 on Broncos injury list threatened with inactivity
Five Patriots probable for Week 14 game
The others are wide receiver
Patriots release long list of questionables for Sunday game
Included are tight end
Also questionable are cornerback
Five Saints listed as questionable Week 14
Bunkley and Strief were able to participate in limited practice Friday. Bush, Dawson and Foster did not practice Friday.
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Be careful with the Panthers DST in Week 14
The Panthers DST has just two games this season with single digits in Fantasy points in a standard league, which was Week 2 at Buffalo and Week 12 at Miami. Otherwise they have been dominant with five games scoring at least 20 Fantasy points, including Week 13 against Tampa Bay.
But facing the Saints and all their weapons will be tough. Only three opposing DST units have scored double digits in Fantasy points against New Orleans, but one happened last week with the Seahawks.
We consider the Panthers DST just a No. 2 Fantasy option this week. If you can afford to bench them then do so, but if you start them just realize it could be a long night in New Orleans.
Two Patriots red-lighted for game against Browns
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Greg Olsen looks to keep rolling vs. Saints
We like Olsen as a must-start Fantasy tight end this week. He has five catches in each of his past three games with at least seven targets in each of those outings.
It won't be easy. The Saints have allowed four touchdowns to tight ends this season and four to score at least nine Fantasy points. And Olsen has just one touchdown in his past four meetings with New Orleans.
But with the way Olsen is playing now, we expect him to post another quality stat line. If he's been your tight end getting into the Fantasy playoffs then continue to ride him in this matchup at New Orleans.
Five on defense probable for Jets
Nine offensive players probable on Jets injury report
They are linemen
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Can you trust Brandon LaFell or Ted Ginn this week?
It's a tough matchup because the Saints have only allowed six receivers to reach double digits in Fantasy points with nine touchdowns all season. They should be able to contain LaFell and Ginn this week.
Ginn has a touchdown in two of the past three games, but he only has one game with double digits in Fantasy points since Week 3. And LaFell has also scored in two of his past three games, but he has only one game with double digits in Fantasy points since Week 6.
LaFell and Ginn could do well in this matchup, but it's risky to trust them, especially at the start of the Fantasy playoffs. Consider them boom-or-bust No. 4 Fantasy receivers this week.
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