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CeeDee Lamb popped up on the Cowboys' injury report late last week and forced fantasy football owners to furiously check for injury updates throughout the day on Sunday. He's back at it again this week, officially being listed as "questionable" for Dallas' Week 6 showdown against the Eagles on Sunday Night Football. Start 'em, sit 'em decisions and potential late-minute waiver-wire runs depend on whether Lamb is playing, so let's break down what we know.
Lamb (hip) wasn't on the Cowboys' injury report early in the week before failing to practice on Friday. He was a surprise "questionable" last week with a groin issue before ultimately playing, so the hope is this week is similar, but fantasy owners can't take anything for granted given the Sunday night kickoff time.
Djokovic revealed his personal logo in 2012 through a YouTube video on his personal YouTube channel (see below). The video explains the construction and origin of the logo. Incorporating his initials, the logo refers to the Greek and Serbian alphabet in addition to flying birds. Although it is not tennis specific, it is a simple and classy design.
Previous foundation merchandise seems no longer availableNo own shop or collectionWatch on Amazon PrimeRafa Nadal AcademyNovak Djokovic: Refuse to LoseAndy Murray: ResurfacingBook Which logo do you prefer? Do you think the logos of these tennis stars are recognisable enough?
Whether someone is just learning tennis or has been playing for years, everyone can learn from The Inner Game of Tennis. Gallwey is the perfect teacher, explaining techniques and skills in a clear and concise manner.
After eight years, one game, and one sequel that never materialized, publisher CI Games is taking the entire concept back to the drawing board. The Lords of the Fallen is a series reboot for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X; this dark fantasy action game is positioning itself as a Dark Souls alternative, with the same style of punishing combat set across a more expansive world. We'll know for certain whether this reboot can do what its predecessor couldn't when it launches later this year.
Deck13 and Focus Entertainment are bringing us Atlas Fallen, another fantasy action RPG but set in a stunning sandy world. Even the weapons are sand-infused and the mysterious fighters are set to take down the legendary creatures that roam this place. Your task is to free mankind from the oppression of the gods. It's all a bit elusive right now, so let's see what else we learn about the game in the coming months.
Nightingale comes from former BioWare boss Aaryn Flynn. First revealed during the Game Awards 2021, Nightingale is described as a "shared-world survival game" that takes place in a Victorian fantasy setting. Sounds intriguing, doesn't it? You'll be able to play the survival adventure solo or with friends and other players you meet in the world. According to the official site (opens in new tab), testing is set to go live sometime next year, so it looks like we can expect to see a Beta at some stage.
Wyrdsong is a brand new game from equally brand new studio Something Wicked Games. Made up of former Bethesda Game Studios and Obsidian Entertainment, the studio's game is a fantasy RPG set in a fictional Portugal during the Middle Ages. It will apparently ask players to question "both their reality and the choices they make" in what Something Wicked hopes to be a challenge to current RPG titles.
Week 11 is no time to get complacent in optimizing your fantasy bench for the stretch run. It feels at this time of year that the NFL season has run its course and what was going to happen has already come to pass. But we know one injury, one benching, one philosophical change in an offense can trigger a flurry of fantasy fallout. Banking on the NFL season being full of unknowns has paid off handsomely for fantasy managers determined to make the most of their waiver wire additions.
Below are Week 11 waiver priorities, along with crowdsourced free agent budget data from fantasy football researcher Freeman Smith. Hopefully Smith's data (from his FAAB Lab) helps you wrap your head around how your league mates will value waiver wire players this week.
If Wilson was dropped in your league over the past few weeks, you might do well to scoop him up as a streaming option in Week 11 against the Raiders, who, as you may have heard, are abominably bad on defense. Vegas is generous in a way that should encourage opposing offenses to continue airing it out against them. No team allows a higher expected points added (EPA) per drop back while only seven teams give up a lower EPA against the rush. Even Wilson, who managed 286 yards and a touchdown last week against the Titans, should be fantasy viable against the Raiders.
Baker Mayfield (2 percent): Mayfield passes the all-important Pulse Test, in that he has one and will be under center for Carolina in Week 11 against the Ravens with P.J. Walker injured. Folks in 32-team fantasy leagues should consider Mayfield this week.
Adam Schefter's Monday report that Fournette should be ready to roll when the Bucs play after their Week 10 bye is sure to dampen enthusiasm for fantasy players who have plenty of free agent budget to burn while waiting for the perfect opportunity to blow it all. The nature of Fournette's injury and Tampa's Week 10 bye probably means you don't have to splurge on White this week. He should hit 100 percent rostership in 12-team formats though.
McKinnon over the past four games has averaged 27.3 pass routes and 4.25 targets, including 14 targets over the team's past two outings (CEH, meanwhile, has averaged 13.5 routes and 1.5 targets). It adds up to fairly reliable PPR production for the Chiefs' best running back; he has 96 yards on 12 receptions in the team's past two contests. Since Week 5, only four backs have more pass routes than McKinnon. He is a superior fantasy option to Pacheco in a Chiefs offense with the NFL's highest pass rate over expected.
Isiah Pacheco (24 percent): Everything broke right for Pacheco in Week 10 against the Jaguars and all he could muster was 8.2 fantasy points. Such is the power of the running back reception -- a power that belongs to the aforementioned McKinnon. Pacheco has three targets on the season. He's therefore completely touchdown dependent. This isn't to say Pacheco is a bad runner. The opposite is true, as only 10 backs have a higher rush yards over expected per attempt than Pacheco this season.
Gus Edwards (50 percent): Kenyan Drake's recent play has likely cemented him as Baltimore's lead back for now. Edwards, returning from a hamstring injury, will see some run behind Drake but mostly profiles as running back insurance for fantasy managers stocking their bench with contingency options.
My Twitter mentions have been overflowing recently with calls for accountability among folks who offer fantasy football advice -- the most pressing issue of our time, or any time for that matter. Such earnest and good-faith desire to hold the feet of the powerful (fantasy football writers) to the fire has inspired me to call myself out in this space.
Sometimes rookie wideouts take half a season to look like a professional receiver. That would seem to be the case with Watson. Packers coaches and Rodgers recognize that Watson can do things no other Green Bay wideout can do. Watson leads all Green Bay pass catchers with a solid 2.22 yards per route run through Week 10. He's nearly tied with Randall Cobb with 7.5 yards after the catch per reception. Watson is by far the team's best wideout. He could truly be a difference-making fantasy producer in the regular season's final eight weeks.
I begged and pleaded with folks over the past couple weeks to stay patient on Campbell as a stash. If Matt Ryan were to re-emerge as the Colts' starter quarterback, Campbell would once again be a low-end WR2 in PPR formats. New head coach Jeff Saturday pulled the plug on the disastrous Sam Ehlinger Experiment in Week 10 and threw Ryan back into the fire -- a move that changes the fantasy prospects of every fantasy-relevant Colts player.
Robinson -- who's further under his expected fantasy points than all but five wideouts -- has had something close to a 100 percent route participation rate this season and has seen at least six targets in four of his past five games. So he has that going for him, which is nice. He's also second on the Rams with a 22 percent air yards share, one that should grow with Kupp's absence.
For as soul-crushingly awful as Robinson has been for fantasy purposes in 2022, he has quietly seen solid usage in LA's offense. Robinson leads Kupp both in targets inside the 20 and inside the 10 yard line. In fact -- and maybe you find this as unbelievable as I do -- Robinson has the ninth most red zone targets of any NFL pass catcher this season. And get this: Only Justin Jefferson has more looks inside the 10-yard line than A-Rob. While he's done next to nothing with those opportunities, it's good he's getting them. He could see more -- many more -- with Kupp out.
Odell Beckham (47 percent): Folks love them some OBJ, judging by his rostership. The Cowboys have played footsies with Beckham and several other contenders are interested in the free agent coming off a February ACL tear. Run-heavy Dallas would be a horrendous fantasy landing spot for Beckham if he's able to return over the next two or three weeks. I don't see many scenarios in which Beckham, 30, delivers for those who have patiently awaited his return to the NFL.