Andrew Luck
Colts' Andrew Luck: Clears concussion protocol
Andrew Luck, QB, IND
1:58 PM
News: Luck (concussion/shoulder) was removed from the Colts' injury report on Saturday and will be ready to play in Monday's game against the Jets, Kevin Bowen of the team's official site reports.

Luck was originally able to return to full participation in practice on Friday, and has since been cleared from the league's concussion protocol. As a result, Luck will get the start on Monday with Scott Tolzien serving as his backup. Receiver T.Y. Hilton (back) is also expected to play, so Luck figures to have his usual array of weapons available.

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Derek Carr
Raiders' Derek Carr: Not on Week 13 injury report
Derek Carr, QB, OAK
12/2/2016
News: Carr (right finger) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bills after practicing fully all week.

Per the San Francisco Chronicle, Carr has ditched the glove he used in Wednesday's practice, and has been working with his (previously) dislocated pinkie taped. With that in mind, Carr declared earlier this week that the issue won't cause him to have any on-field limitations in Week 13.

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Tom Brady
Patriots' Tom Brady: Listed as questionable this week
Tom Brady, QB, NE
12/2/2016
News: Brady (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams after turning in another limited practice Friday.

There's little doubt that Brady will be a go this week, unlike star TE Rob Gronkowski, who is expected to miss the rest of the season. While losing a player of that caliber is never a good thing, the Patriots still have ample pass-catching weapons on offense, so Brady figures to continue to remain a productive fantasy asset down the stretch, so long as he stays healthy.

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Aaron Rodgers
Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Questionable for Sunday
Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB
12/2/2016
News: Rodgers (hamstring) is considered questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Texans.

Rodgers was limited throughout practice this week after tweaking his hamstring during Monday's win over the Eagles. Although coach Mike McCarthy previously stated his expectation that Rodgers will play come Sunday, his status will need to be confirmed over the weekend. The Packers still have another on-field workout scheduled for Saturday, so it's possible that further news regarding his availability could surface then.

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Paxton Lynch
Broncos' Paxton Lynch: Draws Week 13 start
Paxton Lynch, QB, DEN
12/2/2016
News: Lynch will start Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Lynch will draw the team's start at QB on Sunday, with Trevor Siemian having been ruled out because of a sprained left foot. The rookie is thus a lineup option in deeper formats, but overall, the first-rounder remains a speculative Week 13 fantasy play in just his second NFL start. The 2-9 Jaguars have allowed an average of 204.3 passing yards per game to date.

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Trevor Siemian
Broncos' Trevor Siemian: Ruled out this week
Trevor Siemian, QB, DEN
12/2/2016
News: Siemian (sprained left foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Siemian, who did not practice this week, will be replaced in the team's starting lineup by rookie Paxton Lynch, with Austin Davis set to serve as the team's No. 2 QB on Sunday. Siemian, who has been sporting a walking boot this week, will thus look to recover in time to potentially return to action for the Broncos' Week 14 road game against the Titans.

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Shaun Hill
Vikings' Shaun Hill: Takes over for two plays Thursday
Shaun Hill, QB, MIN
12/2/2016
News: Hill saw his first action since Week 1 in Thursday's loss to Dallas, completing his only pass for six yards while playing two plays for a temporarily injured Sam Bradford.

Bradford returned to play the second half, so Hill should remain on the bench next week against Jacksonville.

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Sam Bradford
Vikings' Sam Bradford: Throws for 247 yards, misfires on game-tying two-point conversion
Sam Bradford, QB, MIN
12/2/2016
News: Bradford completed 32 of 45 passes for 247 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions in Thursday's 17-15 loss to the Cowboys. He also gained 10 yards on two rushes and fumbled once but recovered.

While the final stat line looks serviceable in both a real-world and fantasy football sense, it was notably helped by a two-minute drill that Bradford and the Vikings successfully ran to get within two points of the Cowboys with 25 seconds remaining. However, Bradford badly missed high on the subsequent two-point conversion attempt, and what looked like a missed call by the refs of a hit to his helmet as he let go of the ball sealed Minnesota's fate on the night. Despite his numbers being helped by the aforementioned final drive, the veteran quarterback's 5.49 YPA was actually his second-lowest figure in that category this season, and the Vikings will clearly need more from him down the stretch to keep their playoff hopes alive. He'll try to rebound in a Week 14 road tilt against the Jaguars.

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Dak Prescott
Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Modest but efficient performance in Week 13 win
Dak Prescott, QB, DAL
12/2/2016
News: Prescott completed 12 of 18 passes for 139 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions in Thursday's 17-15 win over the Vikings. He also gained 37 yards on six rushes and had two fumbles, losing one.

The rookie sensation had a much quieter game than what we've grown accustomed to seeing from him, but did enough to insure a 11th straight victory for the Cowboys. Prescott's yardage total was his lowest of the season and marked his second consecutive week with under 200 yards through the air, but he rushed for over 35 yards for the second straight game as well. Prescott also threw a touchdown for the 10th consecutive contest, with his early fourth-quarter eight-yard scoring dart to Dez Bryant putting the Cowboys up 14-9 at the time. While he was impressively interception-free once again, Prescott did cough up the ball twice, losing one. He'll need to exhibit better ball security in what shapes up as a pivotal divisional battle against the Giants on the road in Week 14.

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Stephen Morris
Colts' Stephen Morris: Waived by Colts
Stephen Morris, QB, IND
12/1/2016
News: Morris was waived by Indianapolis.

He'll likely return to Indy's practice squad. He was activated from the practice squad last week with Andrew Luck sidelined with a concussion. Morris' release is a sign Luck will be able to return for Monday's game.

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