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Bowen: Josh Doctson, WR, Redskins. Doctson has seen a pretty good run of volume over the past four games (23 targets) and he has Authentic Rob Gronkowski Jersey caught 13 passes for 198 yards (15.23 yards per catch) with one score. Play the matchup and the big-play ability here with Doctson as a WR3/flex against a Cowboys defense ranked 28th in fantasy scoring versus opposing wide receivers (allowing an average of 37.5 points per game).
Clay: Rex Burkhead, RB, Patriots. The do-it-all offensive weapon registered a season-high 15 touches and scored two touchdowns against Miami on Sunday. He has worked his way into a significant role in New England's high-volume, high-scoring offense, averaging 11.0 touches per game in five outings since returning from injury. Same as in Week 12, Burkhead is a top-20 running back option against the struggling Bills defense.
Foxworth: Dontrelle Inman, WR, Bears. Chicago takes on the 49ers, who are 26th in the league in passing yards given up per game. And Inman is coming off of two games when he was targeted 10 and nine times, respectively. He is clearly Mitchell Trubisky's favorite target.
Sando: Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Raiders. Oakland will be without Michael Crabtree. If the Raiders are also without Amari Cooper, that would leave Patterson as one of the last men standing among Oakland's receivers. Patterson caught three passes for 72 yards against Denver without being a big part of the game plan ahead of time. Oakland will presumably feature him more this week against the Giants.
Seifert: Alex Collins, RB, Ravens. Baltimore will face a Detroit run defense that has been gashed in recent weeks. Since losing defensive tackle Haloti Ngata in Week 5, the Lions have allowed 150 rushing yards per game. In their past three games, opponents have hit them up for 186.3 per game. Collins will have a chance to feast.
Foxworth: The Saints. Despite the Falcons' offensive reputation, the Saints lead the the division in almost all major offensive statistical categories and they have best quarterback and coach in the NFC South. Their defense, which has been one of the worst in the league over the past few years, has improved and is continuing to get better.
Sando: The Panthers. Carolina is my choice in a tough race. I trust the Panthers' defense more than the others. Cam Newton has cut down on turnovers, which is a big key. It won't be easy and it might not be pretty. Every NFC South team ranks among the NFL's top seven in hardest remaining schedules, mainly because these teams must play one another -- Atlanta's remaining schedule strength (.673) is the NFL's toughest. I'll take Carolina emerging on top at 11-5.
Seifert: The Falcons. They finally appear to have their offense in gear, having averaged 29 points per game over their current three-game winning streak. And most important, they still have four division games remaining, including two against the Saints and the regular-season finale at home against the Panthers. They've gotten hot at the right time and have a schedule that will allow them to maximize it.
There's good news on the injury front for Atlanta, with the return of running back Devonta Freeman to full practice from a concussion. If Freeman is ready to go for Sunday's game against the Vikings, the biggest injury questions marks are cornerback Desmond Trufant, who is in the concussion protocol, and nickel back Brian Poole, who was held out with a back injury. The Falcons have options if http://www.authenticredsox.com/Authentic-Hanley-Ramirez-Jersey neither players is ready by Sunday, with C.J. Goodwin capable of stepping in opposite Robert Alford at corner
Running back Christian McCaffrey showed up on the injury report as a nonparticipant Wednesday after he was dinged in the shoulder Sunday against the Jets. Coach Ron Rivera simply said McCaffrey's shoulder is sore. But if the eighth pick of the 2017 draft somehow isn't able to play Sunday against http://www.officiallightningproshop.com/Ryan_Callahan_Jersey the Saints or is limited, that takes away a huge part of Carolina's offense. Besides quarterback Cam Newton and the line, no offensive player is getting more snaps than McCaffrey. That he plays running back and wide Christian Jones Authentic Jersey receiver would make it like losing two players. -- David Newton
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