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|12/14/2017||Jeff Heuerman, Den, TE|
|Jeff Heuerman had one reception for 54 yards and one touchdown Thursday in the Denver Broncos' 25-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Analysis: Brock Osweiler's TD pass to Heuerman ended an 18-game regular-season streak without a 50-yard completion and a 13-game regular season streak without a TD pass of 40 more yards.
|12/14/2017||Cody Latimer, Den, WR|
|Cody Latimer had three receptions for 60 yards and one touchdown Thursday in the Denver Broncos' 25-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Analysis: This was a season high in yardage for Latimer, who has also recorded two TDs in the last the four games.
|12/14/2017||Jack Doyle, Ind, TE|
|Jack Doyle had seven receptions for 47 yards Thursday in the Indianapolis Colts' 25-13 loss to the Denver Broncos.|
|12/14/2017||Adam Vinatieri, Ind, K|
|Adam Vinatieri converted two of two field-goal attempts Thursday as the Indianapolis Colts lost to the Denver Broncos 25-13. He made kicks of 45 and 39 yards. Vinatieri tacked on one PAT.|
|12/14/2017||Brandon McManus, Den, K|
|Brandon McManus converted one of two field-goal attempts Thursday as the Denver Broncos defeated the Indianapolis Colts 25-13. He made a kick of 40 yards, and missed a 40-yarder. McManus tacked on two PATs.|
|12/14/2017||T.Y. Hilton, Ind, WR|
|T.Y. Hilton had five receptions for 41 yards Thursday in the Indianapolis Colts' 25-13 loss to the Denver Broncos.|
|12/14/2017||Demaryius Thomas, Den, WR|
|Demaryius Thomas had five receptions for 69 yards Thursday in the Denver Broncos' 25-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts.|
|12/14/2017||Emmanuel Sanders, Den, WR|
|Emmanuel Sanders had seven receptions for 68 yards Thursday in the Denver Broncos' 25-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts.|
|12/13/2017||LeSean McCoy, Buf, RB|
|After he was limited Wednesday due to a sore knee, McCoy was able to practice in full on Thursday.
Analysis: This might have been just be a precaution, but obviously worth monitoring for his fantasy owners who are still in the playoffs.
|12/13/2017||K.J. Wright, Sea, LB|
|Wright (concussion) missed practice Wednesday.
Analysis: Wright is second on the Seahawks with 94 tackles.
|12/13/2017||Devin Funchess, Car, WR|
|Funchess (shoulder) practiced in full Thursday after he was limited Wednesday.
Analysis: Funchess has notched a touchdown in each of the last two weeks, giving him four in four games. He has only had one 100-yard game this season and another is unlikely since his targets have been mostly steady around six or seven. He appears to be trending in the right direction.
|12/13/2017||Cam Newton, Car, QB|
|Newton was limited in practice on Wednesday due to a sore shoulder.
Analysis: He's been dealing with this issue for much of the season. There's no way Newton is going to miss this weekend's game.
|12/13/2017||Adam Thielen, Min, WR|
|Thielen was upgraded to a full participant on Thursday after he was previous limited during the week.
Analysis: Thielen has been outstanding for the Vikings, so this is good news. He has 37 catches for 632 yards and four scores in his last six games.
|12/13/2017||Jerick McKinnon, Min, RB|
|McKinnon was limited in practice on Wednesday due to a sore shoulder.
Analysis: McKinnon didn't see much action in the second half on Sunday and this could be the reason why. Keep an eye on this situation.
|12/13/2017||Kyle Rudolph, Min, TE|
|Rudolph did not practice Wednesday or Thursday due to an ankle injury.
Analysis: Rudolph apparently was injured late in Week 14 and was in a walking boot afterwards. He could be in jeopardy of sitting out this weekend.
|12/13/2017||Mike Wallace, Bal, WR|
|Wallace did not practice Wednesday and Thursday due to an ankle injury, but he insists that he'll be available Sunday.
Analysis: Wallace has shown signs of life of late, totaling 13 catches for 236 yards in his last three games while being targeted 24 times.
|12/13/2017||Mike Davis, Sea, RB|
|Davis is practicing Wednesday despite dealing with injured ribs.
Analysis: Davis has carried the load for the Seahawks the past two weeks, so this is a situation worth keeping an eye on.
|12/12/2017||Kenny Britt, NE, WR|
|Less than a week after being released by the Browns, Britt has agreed to a two-year contract with the Patriots.
Analysis: Britt goes from the outhouse to the penthouse in a matter of days, with the Patriots the latest team to attempt to resurrect the disappointing wide receiver's career. After eclipsing the 1,000-yard mark during a comeback 2016 campaign with the Rams, the 29-year-old produced just 18 catches for 233 yards and two touchdowns in nine games with Cleveland. He'll still start out behind Brandin Cooks, Chris Hogan and possibly Danny Amendola on the Pats' depth chart.
|12/12/2017||Byron Marshall, Was, RB|
|The Redskins have placed Marshall on IR due to a hamstring injury.|
|12/12/2017||Tevin Coleman, Atl, RB|
|Coleman did not practice Thursday because of a concussion and his status is questionable for Monday night against in Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Coleman has seen his usage decrease significantly since Devonta Freeman has returned from his concussion, totaling 20 offensive touches for 81 scrimmage yards in the last two games, so he may not have much more value anyway.
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