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  • Ray-Ray McCloud SF WR
    49ers' Ray-Ray McCloud: Catches one pass in win
    20m ago

    McCloud caught one of three targets for six yards in Sunday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    McCloud now has just one catch in each of the 49ers' first four games. Operating as San Francisco's No. 4 receiver, McCloud is not seeing enough opportunities on offense to be considered a viable fantasy starter. The 25-year-old wideout played on just nine of the team's offensive snaps, the least of any 49ers wideout in the contest. McCloud should remain off the fantasy radar when the 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Tevin Coleman SF RB
    Tevin Coleman: Plays one offensive snap
    25m ago

    Coleman failed to record a single rushing attempt in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Coleman was a complete non-factor Monday, seeing the field for just one offensive snap. The veteran running back was elevated from the practice squad ahead of Monday's night game, but it was starter Jeff Wilson who saw the vast majority of the work out of the backfield. With his lack of involvement in his first game back, Coleman is difficult to trust for fantasy at this point. The 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Jordan Mason SF RB
    49ers' Jordan Mason: Not part of offense in win
    33m ago

    Mason failed to record a single rushing attempt in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Mason did not play any offensive snaps Monday. Instead, the rookie running back saw the field for 17 snaps on special teams. Meanwhile, starter Jeff Wilson handled almost all of the team's work out of the backfield with 33 offensive snaps, ceding one carry to fellow veteran Tevin Coleman. It appeared Mason would have the opportunity to see increased involvement in the running game after injuries to both Elijah Mitchell (knee) and Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle), but that just hasn't come to fruition. The 23-year-old will look to make the most of any opportunities he may earn when the 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Justin Watson KC WR
    Chiefs' Justin Watson: Targeted once in win
    45m ago

    Watson failed to secure his lone target in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    Watson was held without a catch on one target for the second straight week, playing just 14 of the Chiefs' 80 offensive snaps Sunday. With so many mouths to feed in Kansas City, the veteran wideout find himself as an afterthought in the offense behind fellow receivers Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Juju Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman and Skyy Moore. Watson should remain out of fantasy lineups when the Chiefs host the Raiders in Week 5.

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  • Skyy Moore KC WR
    Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Catches two passes in win
    1h ago

    Moore caught two of four targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    Moore played 22 offensive snaps in Week 4, marking his highest total of the season so far. It's possible the Kansas City coaching staff is making an effort to get the rookie more involved as the season goes on, as his playmaking ability would be a great weapon for the Chiefs' high-flying offense. With that said, Moore operated as the team's No. 4 wideout behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Juju Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is spreading the ball around to his pass catchers thus far, so Moore's piece of the offensive pie could continue to be limited barring injuries to his fellow receivers. The 22-year-old's increased usage is a promising sign, but he'll likely be difficult to trust for fantasy in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.

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  • Mecole Hardman KC WR
    Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Catches one pass in win
    1h ago

    Hardman caught his lone target for four yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    On a day when the Chiefs offense was clicking, Hardman was not a major part of the game plan and saw just one target in the passing game. The veteran wideout operated as the Chiefs' No. 3 receiver, playing behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Juju Smith-Schuster while playing 46 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Though the wideout has the ability to make big plays, Hardman's limited opportunities make him hard to trust in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.

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  • Cooper Rush DAL QB
    Cowboys' Cooper Rush: Another start awaits
    14h ago

    Rush is set to make his fourth straight start Sunday against the Rams with Dak Prescott (thumb) having yet to make enough progress in his recovery to play this weekend, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Dallas formally signed Will Grier -- who had backed up Rush in each of the previous three contests -- from the practice squad Tuesday, which supports the notion that Prescott isn't on track to be available even as an emergency No. 2 option. A return Week 6 against the Eagles is still a realistic possibility for Prescott, but Rush will get at least one more chance to direct the Dallas offense. Rush has been a competent caretaker while leading the Cowboys to wins of the Bengals, Giants and Commanders. He has yet to commit a turnover this season and has completed 61.8 percent of his throws for 7.6 yards per attempt and four touchdowns.

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  • Will Grier DAL QB
    Cowboys' Will Grier: Signs to active roster
    14h ago

    Dallas signed Grier to its 53-man roster Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    The Cowboys had already used their allowed three standard practice squad elevations on him in Weeks 2, 3 and 4, so with Dak Prescott (thumb) likely sitting out another game this Sunday, they saw fit to sign Grier to the active roster. The 27-year-old signal caller did not play a snap in any of the three games for which he's been called up so far, and he's just an insurance policy in case Cooper Rush goes down.

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  • Dak Prescott DAL QB
    Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Won't be available Week 5
    15h ago

    Prescott (thumb) isn't in line to play in Sunday's game against the Rams, a source familiar with his situation tells Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News.

    Though Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy hasn't officially ruled Prescott out, the quarterback hasn't made enough progress in his recovery from right thumb surgery to realistically take back starting duties this weekend. Prescott was cleared to resume some light throwing last week, but team owner Jerry Jones noted earlier Tuesday that the 29-year-old isn't yet able to grip a football well enough to play. The Cowboys' decision to sign Will Grier off their practice squad implies that Prescott won't dress Sunday even as a backup option behind Cooper Rush, who is poised to pick up his fourth consecutive start. Prescott should still have a realistic shot at returning to action for Week 6 in Philadelphia.

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  • Russell Wilson DEN QB
    Broncos' Russell Wilson: Remains limited Tuesday
    16h ago

    Wilson (shoulder) was listed as a limited participant at Tuesday's practice, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.

    For the second day in a row, "Mr. Unlimited" found himself on the Week 5 injury report as a limited participant, though this time the Broncos actually got on the field for a walk-through session after Monday's practice was merely an estimated one. Wilson is tending to some soreness in his throwing shoulder in the aftermath of Sunday's loss to the Raiders, but head coach Nathaniel Hackett said he doesn't believe the quarterback is in danger of missing Thursday's game against the Colts, per Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site. Whether Wilson approaches the contest with an injury designation will likely be determined by what he's able to do at Wednesday's practice.

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  • Mitch Trubisky PIT QB
    Steelers' Mitch Trubisky: Demoted to No. 2 role
    19h ago

    Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Tuesday that Trubisky will serve as the team's backup quarterback Week 5 in Buffalo while Kenny Pickett takes over as the starter, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports.

    The writing was on the wall for Trubisky's demotion to the No. 2 role after he was benched for the second half of Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Jets, with Pickett stepping in to engineer two scoring drives to give the Steelers a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter that the team ultimately couldn't maintain. Even though Pickett threw three interceptions on the afternoon, he completed his other 10 passes for 120 yards in addition to scoring twice on the ground, and the spark he provided was enough for the Steelers to move the rookie first-round pick into the starting role. While playing every snap on offense in the Steelers' first three and a half games of the season, Trubisky guided the team to a 1-2 record and completed only 59.5 percent of his throws for 5.6 yards per attempt.

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  • Kenny Pickett PIT QB
    Steelers' Kenny Pickett: Overtakes Trubisky, starting Week 5
    19h ago

    Pickett is listed as the top quarterback on Pittsburgh's Week 5 depth chart, confirming he'll make his first NFL start Sunday in Buffalo, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports.

    As anticipated, the rookie first-round pick will supplant Mitch Trubisky as Pittsburgh's new starter after taking over for the second half of last week's 24-20 loss to the Jets. Though Pickett threw three interceptions in his NFL debut, he was at least able to provide a spark by completing 10 of 13 attempts for 120 yards to go with six carries for 15 yards and two scores, the second of which gave the Steelers a 20-10 lead early in the fourth quarter. Pickett didn't showcase major rushing ability in college and can't be counted on to be as useful of a contributor on the ground as he was in Week 4, but the 24-year-old at least displayed efficient passing in the preseason and shouldn't be as turnover prone as he was in his NFL debut. He'll make for a worthy speculative pickup in superflex leagues or formats that start two quarterbacks each week.

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  • Tevin Coleman SF RB
    Tevin Coleman: Plays one offensive snap
    25m ago

    Coleman failed to record a single rushing attempt in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Coleman was a complete non-factor Monday, seeing the field for just one offensive snap. The veteran running back was elevated from the practice squad ahead of Monday's night game, but it was starter Jeff Wilson who saw the vast majority of the work out of the backfield. With his lack of involvement in his first game back, Coleman is difficult to trust for fantasy at this point. The 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Jordan Mason SF RB
    49ers' Jordan Mason: Not part of offense in win
    33m ago

    Mason failed to record a single rushing attempt in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Mason did not play any offensive snaps Monday. Instead, the rookie running back saw the field for 17 snaps on special teams. Meanwhile, starter Jeff Wilson handled almost all of the team's work out of the backfield with 33 offensive snaps, ceding one carry to fellow veteran Tevin Coleman. It appeared Mason would have the opportunity to see increased involvement in the running game after injuries to both Elijah Mitchell (knee) and Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle), but that just hasn't come to fruition. The 23-year-old will look to make the most of any opportunities he may earn when the 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Jerick McKinnon KC RB
    Chiefs' Jerick McKinnon: Quiet in win
    1h ago

    McKinnon recorded two carries for minus-1 yard and caught his only target for one yard in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    McKinnon played on just 18 of the Chiefs' 80 offensive snaps and could not make any impact with his three opportunities in the contest. Starter Clyde Edwards-Helaire continued his streak of efficiency, finding the end zone twice. McKinnon and fellow depth running back Isiah Pacheco have been limited in their share of the backfield with Edwards-Helaire playing a much bigger role. It was the rookie Pacheco, however, who provided a spark on offense and looked sharp as a rusher compared to McKinnon. With that said, McKinnon has been used in scoring position on several occasions so far this season, so he has the potential to find the end zone as part of a great offense. With that said, the 30-year-old just isn't seeing enough opportunities to make him a viable fantasy starter. The veteran is best left out of lineups when the Chiefs host the Raiders in Week 5.

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  • James Cook BUF RB
    Bills' James Cook: Plays two offensive snaps
    1h ago

    Cook did not record a single rushing attempt and failed to reel in his lone target in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Ravens.

    Cook was a complete non-factor in the contest, playing on just two offensive snaps. Starter Devin Singletary is handling the majority of the team's snaps out of the backfield, leaving few opportunities for both Cook and fellow backup Zack Moss. The rookie will look to improve upon his down week as Buffalo's No. 3 running back when the Bills host the Steelers in Week 5.

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  • Zack Moss BUF RB
    Bills' Zack Moss: Quiet in win
    2h ago

    Moss rushed three times for six yards in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Ravens.

    Moss played just six offensive snaps in Week 4, marking his lowest total of the season thus far. On the other hand, starter Devin Singletary played 88 percent of the Bills' offensive snaps in the contest, which was his highest snap percentage in the first four weeks. Taking a major backseat to Singletary, Moss is becoming increasingly difficult to trust for fantasy. The veteran's limited opportunities are a concerning trend, and he should be ignored for fantasy purposes when the Bills host the Steelers in Week 5.

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  • Jonathan Williams WAS RB
    Commanders' Jonathan Williams: Plays six offensive snaps in loss
    2h ago

    Williams rushed five times for 48 yards in Sunday's 25-10 loss to the Cowboys.

    Williams operated as the Commander's No. 3 running back in the contest, playing just six of 74 offensive snaps. Through the first four weeks of the season, the 28-year-old veteran has recorded 54 yards on six rushing attempts. Williams will remain far off the fantasy radar in Week 5 when the Commanders host the Titans.

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  • Ray-Ray McCloud SF WR
    49ers' Ray-Ray McCloud: Catches one pass in win
    20m ago

    McCloud caught one of three targets for six yards in Sunday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    McCloud now has just one catch in each of the 49ers' first four games. Operating as San Francisco's No. 4 receiver, McCloud is not seeing enough opportunities on offense to be considered a viable fantasy starter. The 25-year-old wideout played on just nine of the team's offensive snaps, the least of any 49ers wideout in the contest. McCloud should remain off the fantasy radar when the 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • Justin Watson KC WR
    Chiefs' Justin Watson: Targeted once in win
    45m ago

    Watson failed to secure his lone target in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    Watson was held without a catch on one target for the second straight week, playing just 14 of the Chiefs' 80 offensive snaps Sunday. With so many mouths to feed in Kansas City, the veteran wideout find himself as an afterthought in the offense behind fellow receivers Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Juju Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman and Skyy Moore. Watson should remain out of fantasy lineups when the Chiefs host the Raiders in Week 5.

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  • Skyy Moore KC WR
    Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Catches two passes in win
    1h ago

    Moore caught two of four targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    Moore played 22 offensive snaps in Week 4, marking his highest total of the season so far. It's possible the Kansas City coaching staff is making an effort to get the rookie more involved as the season goes on, as his playmaking ability would be a great weapon for the Chiefs' high-flying offense. With that said, Moore operated as the team's No. 4 wideout behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Juju Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is spreading the ball around to his pass catchers thus far, so Moore's piece of the offensive pie could continue to be limited barring injuries to his fellow receivers. The 22-year-old's increased usage is a promising sign, but he'll likely be difficult to trust for fantasy in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.

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  • Mecole Hardman KC WR
    Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Catches one pass in win
    1h ago

    Hardman caught his lone target for four yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    On a day when the Chiefs offense was clicking, Hardman was not a major part of the game plan and saw just one target in the passing game. The veteran wideout operated as the Chiefs' No. 3 receiver, playing behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Juju Smith-Schuster while playing 46 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Though the wideout has the ability to make big plays, Hardman's limited opportunities make him hard to trust in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.

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  • Greg Dortch ARI WR
    Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sparse stat line in Week 4
    7h ago

    Dortch recorded one catch (on one target) for six yards during Sunday's 26-16 victory in Carolina.

    Dortch opened the campaign by logging between 74 and 90 percent of the offensive snaps Weeks 1-3 en route to a surprising 20-198-1 line on 23 targets. The usage seemingly was situational with DeAndre Hopkins suspended, Antoine Wesley (hip) on IR and Rondale Moore (hamstring) sidelined. While Moore made his season debut Sunday, A.J. Green sat out with a knee injury, but Dortch was a distant third (36 percent) to Marquise Brown (93 percent) and Moore (86 percent) in terms of offensive snap share. This now may be Dortch's reality moving forward, and he could fall even further down the depth chart whenever Hopkins, Green and Wesley are healthy and/or available.

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  • K.J. Hamler DEN WR
    Broncos' KJ Hamler: Catches one pass in loss
    9h ago

    Hamler caught his only target for 55 yards in Sunday's 32-23 loss to the Raiders.

    Hamler's only catch came with just under eight minutes left in the fourth quarter as the Broncos tried to mount a comeback against the Raiders. The 55-yard completion to the wideout was Russell Wilson's longest of the day and set up the quarterback's three-yard rushing touchdown on they very next play to make it a one-score game. Hamler demonstrated his impressive speed on the play, but his athletic ability wasn't enough to earn him more than four snaps in the game. The 23-year-old played well behind fellow receivers Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy and Kendall Hinton. Hamler's lack on involvement in Denver's offense is a concerning trend for anyone hoping that the speedster could carve out a significant role in the passing game. As the offense continues to grow together, it's possible Hamler could become more involved in the Broncos' offense. With that said, the veteran will be difficult to trust for fantasy purposes when the Broncos host the Colts in Week 5.

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  • Peyton Hendershot DAL TE
    Cowboys' Peyton Hendershot: Plays four offensive snaps in win
    2h ago

    Hendershot failed to see a target in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders.

    Hendershot reverted back to his role as the Cowboys' No. 3 tight end with the return of starter Dalton Schultz after a one-game absence. Hendershot played just four offensive snaps Sunday, while Schultz was featured with 55 snaps and Jake Ferguson was in on 17 snaps of his own. Barring injuries to either teammate, Hendershot should remain far off the fantasy radar when the Cowboys visit the Rams in Week 5.

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  • Jake Ferguson DAL TE
    Cowboys' Jake Ferguson: Catches one pass in win
    2h ago

    Ferguson caught his lone target for seven yards in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders.

    Ferguson returned to his depth role in the tight end ranks with the return of starter Dalton Schultz after a one-game absence. The rookie played just 28 percent of the Cowboys' offensive snaps and was unable to get going with limited work. Barring another injury to Schultz, Ferguson should continue to operate as the team's top backup at tight end. The 23-year-old should be ignored for fantasy purposes as the Cowboys visit the Rams in Week 5.

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  • Dalton Schultz DAL TE
    Cowboys' Dalton Schultz: Held catchless in win
    2h ago

    Schultz failed to catch any of his three targets in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders.

    After missing Week 3 due to a sprained PCL in his right knee, Schultz returned to his role as the Cowboys' No. 1 tight end. Unfortunately, the veteran was unable to have an impact on offense as he was unable to reel in the three targets that came his way. Schultz played 90 percent of the Cowboys offensive snaps, so it appears there were no true limitations coming off his knee injury. The 26-year-old should receive a much needed boost in the in the coming weeks as quarterback Dak Prescott (thumb) nears his return to field. Until then, Schultz will look to get going in what has been a disappointing start to the 2022 season. The Cowboys visit the Rams in Week 5.

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  • Trey McBride ARI TE
    Cardinals' Trey McBride: Records first catches of career
    7h ago

    McBride reeled in all three targets for 24 yards during Sunday's 26-16 victory at Carolina.

    McBride was on the receiving end of quarterback Kyler Murray's first pass of the game, and by the time the clock hit 0:00, the rookie second-round pick had blown away his usage from his first two career appearances, logging 32 of 76 snaps on offense after handling five combined between Weeks 2 and 3. If his increase in playing time continues, McBride now may be the Cardinals' clear-cut No. 2 tight end behind Zach Ertz moving forward. However, considering Ertz's snap share has hovered between 82 and 93 percent over the last three contests, McBride could be a hit-or-miss option without a number of absences in the team's receiving corps.

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  • Eric Saubert DEN TE
    Broncos' Eric Saubert: Leads Denver tight ends in snaps
    8h ago

    Saubert caught one of two targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 32-23 loss to the Raiders.

    Though Saubert didn't produce much for fantasy purposes in the contest, the 6-foot-5, 253-pounder led all Broncos tight ends in playing time. Saubert was on the field 41 of 53 offensive snaps, while Eric Tomlinson saw action on 24 offensive snaps. Albert Okwuegbunam surprisingly recorded just one snap in the loss, as he seems to have ceded top billing on the depth chart to Saubert. Even so, the 28-year-old finds himself in a murky situation on a struggling offense with rookie tight end Greg Dulcich nearing a return. Saubert should remain off the fantasy radar heading into a Week 5 matchup with the Colts

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  • Dalton Keene PHI TE
    Dalton Keene: Loses spot
    13h ago

    Keene was cut from the Eagles' practice squad Tuesday.

    Keene joined the Eagles' practice squad after being a casualty of the Patriots' final roster cuts. The often-injured tight end has only played in six contests since getting selected in the third-round of the 2020 Draft. He'll work to find an opportunity with another team.

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  • Brandon McManus DEN K
    Broncos' Brandon McManus: Misses extra point
    11h ago

    McManus made his only field-goal attempt but missed one of three extra-point tries in Sunday's 32-23 loss to the Raiders.

    McManus has now missed a kick in three of four games this season. Despite those misfires, he still sports 28 points on the campaign, ranking in the middle of the pack among kickers league-wide.

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  • Jason Myers SEA K
    Seahawks' Jason Myers: Hits double figures
    11h ago

    Myers made two of three field-goal attempts and all six of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 48-45 win over the Lions.

    Myers nailed a 56-yarder but went wide left from 39 yards on his second field-goal attempt. In rebounding with a 25-yard make later, along with a bunch of PATs along the way, Myers still finished with a season-high 12 points, hitting double digits for the second game in a row.

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  • Brett Maher DAL K
    Cowboys' Brett Maher: Scores season high
    11h ago

    Maher made all four of his field-goal attempts but missed one of two extra-point tries in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders.

    Maher converted from 53, 45, 28 and 29 yards on his field goals, which despite missing a PAT helped him accumulate a season-high 13 points. Through four games, Maher now sports 35 points, ranking third among kickers league-wide.

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  • Cameron Dicker 2005 K
    Cameron Dicker: Finds new opportunity
    11h ago

    Dicker signed with the Eagles' practice squad Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Dicker was a 2022 undrafted free agent out of Texas, who had spent time with the Rams and Ravens during camp. With Jake Elliot (leg) questionable for Sunday against the Eagles, Dicker will likely be the Eagles' kicker, if Elliot is unable to go.

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  • Robbie Gould SF K
    49ers' Robbie Gould: Misses field goal on MNF
    14h ago

    Gould went 1-for-2 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on point-after tries in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Gould whiffed on a 42-yard attempt in the second quarter, but he was otherwise perfect on the night. It was the sure-footed kicker's second miss this season, although the other one was blocked. Gould remains a safe play heading into a matchup against the Panthers on Sunday.

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  • Chase McLaughlin IND K
    Colts' Chase McLaughlin: Added to 53-man roster
    15h ago

    The Colts signed McLaughlin to the 53-man roster Tuesday.

    After Indianapolis cut incumbent kicker Rodrigo Blankenship following Week 1, McLaughlin took over the role and was elevated from the practice squad ahead of each the Colts' last three games. McLaughlin converted three of four field-goal attempts and all four of his extra-point attempts over that three-week stretch, which was enough for him to keep the job and earn a more permanent spot on the roster now that the Colts have exhausted his elevations from the practice squad.

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  • Nick Bosa SF DE
    49ers' Nick Bosa: Pair of sacks in Week 4
    10h ago

    Bosa recorded three tackles including two sacks in Sunday's 24-9 victory over the Rams.

    Bosa's two sacks on quarterback Matthew Stafford on Monday night now gives him a league-leading six on the year. The 266-pounder also registered five QB hits and played 78 percent of the 49ers' defensive snaps in Week 4, truly establishing himself as one of the elite pass rushers the NFL has to offer. He'll look to continue his game-wrecking efforts Sunday against the Panthers.

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  • Dre Greenlaw SF LB
    49ers' Dre Greenlaw: Logs career-high 15 tackles Monday
    10h ago

    Greenlaw recorded a career-high 15 tackles (12 solo) in Monday's 24-9 victory over the Rams.

    Greenlaw collected a whopping 15 stops in route to an impressive defensive display on Monday night against the defending Super Bowl champs. The 25-year-old linebacker is now up to 38 tackles on the year, while he has yet to miss a single defensive snap in 2022. Expect Greenlaw to boast yet another impressive outing Sunday against the Panthers.

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  • Lavonte David TB ILB
    Buccaneers' Lavonte David: Collects 10 tackles in Week 4
    11h ago

    David recorded 10 tackles (eight solo) and one pass defensed in Sunday's 41-31 loss to the Chiefs.

    David reached double-digit tackles for the first time this season, as he made 10 stops Sunday against Kansas City. The 11-year linebacker also played 100 percent of the Bucs' defensive snaps in Week 4, and he'll look to provide yet another adequate performance Sunday against the Falcons.

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  • Devin White TB ILB
    Buccaneers' Devin White: Amasses 11 tackles Sunday
    11h ago

    White recorded 11 tackles and one pass defensed in Sunday's 41-31 loss to the Chiefs.

    White continues to display elite linebacker play through Week 4, as he's now up to 35 tackles, three sacks, three passes defensed and one forced fumble on the year. The fourth-year pro played every single defensive snap Sunday versus Kansas City, and he'll look to add another productive outing when the Buccaneers host the Falcons on Sunday.

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  • Mike Edwards TB FS
    Buccaneers' Mike Edwards: Paces team in tackles again
    11h ago

    Edwards recorded 13 tackles (five solo) and one sack in Sunday's 41-31 loss to the Chiefs.

    Edwards now has back-to-back 13 tackle outings, which is also his career-high in that category. The fourth-year safety played all but one defensive snap in Week 4 against Kansas City, and he'll look to extend his solid secondary play when the team hosts Atlanta on Sunday.

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  • Nick Bolton KC LB
    Chiefs' Nick Bolton: Racks up eight tackles in win
    11h ago

    Bolton recorded eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers.

    The 22-year-old linebacker's eight tackles in Week 4 brings his total up to 37 on the year. What's even more impressive is that Bolton was able to play every single defensive snap Sunday against Tampa Bay, and he'll look to produce another effective outing when the team hosts the Raiders on Monday night.

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