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- Michael Griffin DB - TENMon, Nov 24 at 3:30pm
Griffin, who suffered a shoulder injury Sunday against the Eagles, was able to return to the game, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports.
Analysis: Griffin, who recorded a team-high 12 tackles Sunday en route to 82 tackles and three sacks overall, thus should be available to his IDP owners Sunday against the Texans.by Rotowire.com
Coach Bruce Arians noted that if the Cardinals had practiced Monday, Fitzgerald (knee) wouldn't have participated, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: That's not especially surprising, given that Fitzgerald was inactive for Sunday's game against Seattle after being considered a game-time decision in advance of the contest. In any case, the wideout's status for this coming weekend's game against the Falcons remains cloudy at this stage, though a return to practice at any point later this week could provide some optimism with regard to his potential Week 13 playing prospects.by Rotowire.com
Crabtree caught five of the seven balls thrown his way for 58 yards in Sunday's win over Washington.
Analysis: After his strong performance against the Giants last week, Crabtree reverted to his usual modest production. His style of play doesn't translate to putting up huge receiving numbers, so his value is tied to whether or not he gets in the endzone. Next week's matchup will be a tough one, when the 49ers host the rival Seahawks on a short week on Thanksgiving.by Rotowire.com
Thomas had 10 catches on 13 targets for 87 yards and three touchdowns Sunday against the Dolphins.
Analysis: Thomas' excellent run since the Broncos' Week 4 bye continues, and while his streak of seven straight games with at least 100 yards ended, his three touchdowns ended a four-game streak without a score. Thomas remains an elite fantasy wideout and will look to keep his excellent play going in Week 13 against the Chiefs, who he scored a touchdown against back in Week 2.by Rotowire.com
Allen caught 6-of-8 targets for 104 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 win over the Rams. He also lost a pair of fumbles in the game.
Analysis: It was a strong game for Allen, who showed off his nifty moves in the open field, with a season-long 35-yard catch in the first half, although a defender tracked him down from behind to strip the ball. Later in the fourth quarter, Allen took a screen pass, and once again showed craftiness in space, while breaking tackles on his way to a 29-yard touchdown. Philip Rivers, who has been banged up almost all season, hardly took any shots down the field Sunday, so we should continue to see Allen run shorter routes, taking advantage of his after-the-catch ability. He'll have a favorable matchup in Week 13, facing a injury-depleted Ravens' secondary.by Rotowire.com