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UPDATE: 10:45 am Sunday
The big news this morning is for the Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones is inactive today due to his injured calf, which means Jamaal Williams will be the No. 1 back in Houston today Robert Tonyan, l tight end star, will play today for the Packers

Another star, New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder, was ruled out today He will be joined on the sidelines by Cincinnati WR John Ross and Cleveland TE Austin Hooper

Jets QB Sam Darnold and Carolina WR Curtis Samuel cleared to play in Week 7

UPDATE: 9:52 am Saturday
Do you remember Antonio Brown, the former fantastic wide receiver and occasional headache? Tom Brady does

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the free agent draw on Friday, signing the struggling Brown to a one-year contract He is coming out of an eight-game suspension soon and is expected to be on the field for the Bucs in two weeks

Brady and Brown have a story together A Story in One Game, as Brown caught four assists, one for a touchdown, in his only game as the New England Patriot last season He was dumped shortly thereafter and has passed the time since in varying degrees of legal danger

How long will this reunion last? We’re not guessing for too long But if you’re running low on receptors, you might as well try this repeat offender

New Orleans is particularly short this weekend as Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders have been ruled out. So are tight end John Brown and Cleveland from Buffalo, Austin Hooper

Cincinnati running back Joe Mixon won’t play on Sunday Although it improves Giovani Bernard’s stock, we believe the Bengals will replace Mixon’s production with copious amounts of assists Joe Burrow

Arizona WR DeAndre Hopkins is listed as questionable, although he is scheduled to play on Sunday Other notable questionable topics include Green Bay RB Aaron Jones and TE Robert Tonyan, Rams WR Robert Woods, Jets Wideout Jamison Crowder, Carolina WR Curtis Samuel and Chargers RB Justin Jackson KC wide receiver Sammy Watkins is considered doubtful

ORIGINAL POST: 9:49 am Wednesday
Have you recently noticed a strong smell of burning surrounding your fantasy football team? This may be due to your team being TOAST

If you had one of the top picks in your draft, chances are you used that to take on Christian McCaffrey Or Saquon Barkley Or Michael Thomas Three first-round players who spent most of the season on the list of wounded

Injury Dooms Many Fantastic Teams Underperformance Too As we approach the middle of the regular season, here are some of the players who are falling short of their preseason estimates:

Mark Ingram (Ravens RB) – If the former Heisman Trophy winner’s 2019 numbers sounded too good to be true (1,265 total yards, 15 TDs), they were despite being in a heavy offense, he only has two touchdowns and finished 57 rushing yards Additionally, he has an ankle injury that could set him aside for a few weeks
Baltimore Ravens Mark Ingram II (21) (21) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles Alex Singleton (49) in the first half of an NFL football game on Sunday Oct January 18, 2020 in Philadelphia (AP Photo / Derik Hamilton)

Nick Chubb (Browns RB) – He’ll be out for a few more weeks with a sprained knee, but Chubb was already falling behind Kareem Hunt in Cleveland’s offensive pecking order His numbers are usable (335 yards , 4 touchdowns), but fantasy freaks expected more when they drafted it towards the end of the first round
Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb (24) runs with the ball during an NFL soccer game against the Washington soccer team, Sunday, Sept February 27, 2020 in Cleveland The Browns won 34-20 (Photo AP / David Richard)

JuJu Smith-Schuster (Steelers WR) – Pittsburgh has been perfect so far this season, but his No. 1 receiver is a non-entity After scoring twice in Game 1, Smith-Schuster only managed only one touchdown since while being eclipsed by rookie Chase Claypool Just six yards to receive last Sunday in the Cleveland Steelers rout
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (19) catches Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cre’von LeBlanc (34) during an NFL football game on Sunday Oct. January 11, 2020 in Pittsburgh (AP Photo / Keith Srakocic)

DJ Moore (Panthers WR) – Another top receiver overshadowed by a teammate, as Robby Anderson became Carolina’s top receiver Moore had a breakout season last year with nearly 1,200 yards , which makes him a popular fantastic third-round pick He rewarded his supports with a single touchdown in the first six games.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver DJ Moore (12) catches a pass while Chicago Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson (33) defends during the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, NC, Sunday, Oct 18, 2020 (AP Photo / Brian Blanco)

Daniel Jones (Giants QB) – Danny Dimes has earned it as much after being billed by some as a Top 15 quarterback Eli Manning’s successor has floundered much like No 10 did in his last season Only three touchdowns in six games and barely 200 yards per game There’s no way he’ll match his rookie numbers (3,000 yards, 24 touchdowns)
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) looks to pass as offensive tackle Andrew Thomas blocks the defensive end of Washington football team Montez Sweat (90) during the first half of ‘an NFL football game on Sunday, October18 January 2020 in East Rutherford, NJ The Giants won 20-19 (AP Photo / Bill Kostroun)

Evan Engram (Giants TE) – You can’t entirely blame New York QB for the invisibility of his tight side Not only has Engram yet to score this season, but he is averaging under 30 yards per game This guy has been vastly overrated since his solid rookie campaign in 17
New York Giants tight end Evan Engram (88) sprints to the end zone for a touchdown after catching a pass in the first half of an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas , Sunday Oct 11, 2020 (AP Photo / Michael Ainsworth)

Zach Ertz (Eagles TE) – This former member of the Tight End Big Three will be injured in the next few weeks, but it will hardly affect his effectiveness The Super Bowl LII hero has not scored since the first game and he Has only managed 48 yards in his last three games His season of 116 catches in 2018 makes it feel like it was a lifetime ago
Philadelphia Eagles’ Zach Ertz (86) can’t catch a pass against Baltimore Ravens Marcus Peters (24) in the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday Oct January 18, 2020 in Philadelphia (AP Photo / Chris Szagola)

SITTING STARS
Tennessee’s Ryan Tannehill is having an MVP-like season so far, but you can expect him to calm down considerably in the Titans’ game against the equally undefeated Pittsburgh. … Rams quarterback Jared Goff has been inconsistent this season He struggled last week against the 49ers and will have similar struggles this week against Chicago… You can expect the Green Bay defense to bounce back from his humiliation against San Francisco , so it will be a problem for Houston RB David Johnson
Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) passes against the Houston Texans in the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct January 18, 2020 in Nashville, TN (AP Photo / Wade Payne)

MATCH PLAYKirk Cousins ​​couldn’t do much against Atlanta’s mediocre defense last week, but Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford should do a lot better… Jacksonville’s defense will help Justin Herbert immensely and Chargers’ Keenan Allen… Even if Philly QB Carson Wentz misses a few weapons, he could post some garish numbers against the Giants… Cleveland struggled to move the ball in Pittsburgh, but RB Kareem Hunt won’t have such a hard time against Cincinnati … And two receivers should approach their best results of the season against poor secondaries: Washington’s Terry McLaurin vs. Dallas and former Vikings legend Stefon Diggs against the humble JETS
Kansas City Chiefs’ Juan Thornhill, right, breaks a pass to Buffalo Bills Stefon Diggs during the first half of an NFL football game, Monday, October 19, 2020 in Orchard Park, NO (AP Photo / Adrian Kraus)

INJURY WATCH
Philadelphia Eagles continue to lead the league with debilitating injury In addition to Zach Ertz, they will be without 1 running back Miles Sanders in Thursday night’s NFC East ‘showdown’ with equally incompetent Boston Scott will take his place… Raheem Mostert from San Francisco is another top that will be out, at least for a few weeks Look for JaMycal Hasty to take over… Notables considered questionable this week include Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield, Cincinnati RB Joe Mixon, Denver RB Melvin Gordon, Pittsburgh WR Dionte Johnson, Miami Wideout DeVante Parker and two tight ends: Tennessee’s Jonnu Smith and Noah Fant from Denver
Miles Sanders of the Philadelphia Eagles plays during the first half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Oct January 18, 2020 in Philadelphia (AP Photo / Chris Szagola)

THE DEEPEST SLEEPER
If you check out a list of the 20 best fantasy receivers so far this year, you’ll find a surprising name down: Jaguars WR Keelan Cole The Jacksonville franchise is a hot mess, but the Gardner Minshew-led offense enjoys a lot. Stats Pad Cole caught six passes for 143 yards last Sunday in the less-than-powerful Jags loss to Detroit For the season, he has 27 catches for 362 yards and three touchdowns, placing him ahead of his better-known teammates DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault The best of Duval County will spend much of the rest of the season playing from far behind, so Cole will stay behind. a decent flex option
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Keelan Cole Sr (84) runs for the yardage after catching a pass against the Detroit Lions during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday Oct January 18, 2020, in Jacksonville, Florida (AP Photo / Stephen B Morton)

THE PICKGiants THURSDAY at Eagles (-4):
Picks: Eagles by 7
Philadelphia Eagles ‘Travis Fulgham (13) captures in the end zone for a touchdown as Baltimore Ravens’ Marlon Humphrey (44) and Marcus Peters (24) (24) defend in the fourth quarter of a football game. the NFL, Sunday October 18, 2020 in Philadelphia The Ravens beat the Eagles 30-28 (AP Photo / Rich Schultz)

NEWS IN BRIEF
We will update our column, based on the latest injuries and innuendos, until Sunday kicks off Go to TwinCitiescom / theloop

You can hear Kevin Cusick on Wednesdays on Bob Sansevere’s « BS Show » podcast on iTunes You can follow Kevin on Twitter – @theloopnow He can be reached at kcusick @ pioneerpresscom

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