Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sunday morning Foolishness

Good morning, Fools. It's the last day of the regular season (for most of us) and postseason berths are on the line (for many of us).

So let's get to it.

You know RG3 is out and Colt McCoy is back in. That shouldn't affect your treatment of the Redskins WRs (tough matchup, but DeSean Jackson is an every-week starter regardless; Garcon is iffier...) Jordan Reed is also active, and will share looks at TE with Niles Paul.

Arian Foster is back for a terrific matchup with the Titans. Too bad for those of you banking on Alfred Blue (and for me, since I'm facing two teams with Foster today).

Interesting situation in Minnesota with Jerick McKinnon inactive today due to a back injury. Matt Asiata will get the start, and we'll also likely see some of newly acquired Ben Tate and Joe Banyard. You know Asiata's history...either he punches in 3 TDs or none. I'm not predicting three today, but he does have a very tasty matchup.

Shooting star Latavius Murray has not progressed through the concussion protocol yet and has been ruled out for the Raiders. So it's back to the scintillating RB duo of Run DMC and MJD.

Tre Mason's matchup just got even better with news that Benny Cunningham is inactive.

Jordan Cameron will not be back for the Browns today. Same for Dwayne Allen, which is good news for those counting on Coby Fleener.

Don't expect Julius Thomas to be available later today either. (Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman already ruled out for the Broncos.)

For the Monday nighter, Charles Clay is doubtful, but both Lamar Miller and Mike Wallace are expected to suit up for the Dolphins. The Jets will be without Jace Amaro. And Geno Smith will be under center. Oh boy...

That's it for now. Over to Twitter for inactives, late-breaking news and to address your lineup conundrums. Good luck, Fools!

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