Amaro left Monday night's contest against Buffalo in the second half with a concussion. He has 34 catches for 291 yards and two touchdowns this season. He will need to be medically cleared by an independent neurologist in order to play Week 13 against Miami.
In his waiver-wire column Tuesday, Jamey Eisenberg names the Ravens, Rams and Bengals as the top DST streaming options for Week 13.
The Ravens have a tough matchup on the way against Philip Rivers and the Chargers, though San Diego's offense hasn't been quite up to par lately. Each of their last five opponents have managed at least 8 Fantasy points, and that dovetails nicely with the Raven's own streak of eight straight games reaching that level.
The Rams and Bengals both have better matchups on the way, as the Rams are set to take on the Raiders and the Bengals heading to Tampa to take on the Buccaneers. All three are owned in fewer than 70 percent of CBSSports.com leagues, and should make for solid streaming options for Week 13.
Report: Redskins' RG3 not starting Week 13 after all?
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
According to Diana Russini of NBC 4 in Washington, Redskins coach Jay Gruden and the rest of the offensive coaching staff will meet with all of their quarterbacks Tuesday night to determine who will start Sunday against the Colts. Gruden told reporters the previous day that he has "every intent" to start Robert Griffin III at quarterback in Week 13.
During Washington's three-game losing skid, Griffin has compiled 564 passing yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions while registering a 79.3 passer rating and completing 65.8 percent of his passes.
If Griffin gets benched, the team will turn to Kirk Cousins or Colt McCoy for Sunday.
Colts running back Dan Herron is currently owned in just 31 percent of CBSSports.com leagues, but that number should increase moving forward, as Jamey Eisenberg has tabbed him as one of his waiver-wire priorities ahead of Week 13.
Herron received a big workload in Sunday's game against the Jaguars, rushing for 65 yards on 12 carries to lead the team. He added five receptions for 31 yards, while playing 43 percent of the team's snaps in Week 12.
The Colts will likely still give Trent Richardson the lion's share of the carries, but Herron is going to be a factor. If you need help at running back -- especially in PPR formats -- Herron could emerge as a starter down the stretch for you.
Blount rushed for 78 yards on 12 carries with a pair of touchdowns against a tough Lions' defense in Week 12. However, he played just 21 percent of the team's snaps, and the effective Jonas Gray still lurks as a possible spoiler, depending on the whims of Bill Bellichek.
Jamey identifies Blount as a possible starting Fantasy option down the stretch, but an inconsistent workload could frustrate his Fantasy owners.
49ers DL Justin Smith (back) should be ready for Seattle game
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
The 49ershave listed defensive lineman Justin Smith on the injury report with a back injury. When reporters asked defensive coordinator Vic Fangio about his injury, he said, "that's news to me." According to the Sacramento Bee, Smith should be ready to play Thanksgiving Day vs. Seattle.
2014 summary:Nick Swisher was never really able to get going in his second season with the Indians, and knee injuries played a key role in a disappointing year. He served two stints on the disabled list and played in a total of 97 games, marking the first time since Swisher achieved rookie status in 2005 that he played in fewer than 130 games. His season was effectively ended in August when he underwent knee surgery. Swisher batted .208 with eight home runs and 42 RBI on the year.
Playing time status: Swisher is expected to be ready for spring training and set to serve as the Indians' regular designated hitter. His ability to fill in at first base and in the outfield should mean a return to steady at-bats.
2015 outlook: Owners can reasonably expect Swisher to rebound with better health, but expectations should be tempered. His decline was already under way before last season, and even with a full season's worth of games, Swisher could struggle to reach 20 home runs or a .350 on-base percentage. Look to target him in the later rounds of standard mixed league drafts.