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Swami Sez: NFL Week 5 picks

Chris Berman says “Read ‘em and weep” as he announces his Week 5 picks. Meanwhile, ESPN's FPI favors the Ravens to beat the Browns by 77% at home.


Cromartie on Beckham: 'A 1-year wonder'

Jets CB Antonio Cromartie names Dez Bryant, Antonio Brown and Calvin Johnson as his top-3 WRs in the NFL. As for Odell Beckham Jr.: "He's a one-year wonder. ... I need to see it on an every-game basis."


T.O.: I could play in the NFL right now

Former NFL WR Terrell Owens on Russillo & Kanell: "I outplayed the No. 1 receiver on two teams I went over to play for."


Gurley primed for another big week

After burning the Cardinals for 146 yards last week, Rams rookie RB Todd Gurley is in line for a repeat performance depending on how the Packers decide to defend the run. More fantasy tips (Insider)


Bills would be wise not to rush McCoy

ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak says waiting until Week 9 for LeSean McCoy to return from his hamstring injury might be Buffalo's best option.


Matthew Berry's Love/Hate Week 5

Eli Manning has been on a hot streak, tossing 7 TDs in his past 3 games. And with the 49ers coming to town, Berry believes it's a recipe for a handful of big plays vs. a team that has allowed the most 20-plus-yard plays this year. Love/Hate Week 5

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Mike Sando, @SandoESPN

Philip Rivers (4 TD, 0 INT) and Tyrod Taylor (4 TD, 1 INT) have most TDs on deep perimeter passes (outside numbers, 16+ yards past LOS).

Seahawks without Lynch again

ESPN Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia says Seattle is taking the cautious approach with Marshawn Lynch and by sitting him another week are hoping he'll be ready to go the following week vs. Carolina.


Sando: Ranking the NFL's best kickers

Kickers are under more scrutiny than ever, so ESPN's Mike Sando picked out the top kickers in the game today. Kickers' rankings (Insider)

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Players already ruled out for Week 5

Be sure you have replacements on your fantasy team for these players who will not be playing Sunday:

  • Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch
  • Bills RB LeSean McCoy
  • Bills RB Karlos Williams
  • Jaguars WR Marqise Lee
  • Lions RB Joique Bell

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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll on Marshawn Lynch: "He's very close, but we can't guarantee that he can make it through the game, so that means we'd get set back again. We're just going to wait it out and see if we can get him right next week." The Seahawks could make a roster move to add RB depth before Sunday. One option is Rod Smith, who is on the practice squad.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Cincinnati's defense caught a big break Friday afternoon when the Seahawks listed RB Marshawn Lynch as out for Sunday's game. All week the Bengals have been under the assumption Lynch would play through his hamstring injury. Their hopes of making Seattle's offense one-dimensional may have gotten a little easier.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tight end Vernon Davis (knee) will miss his second straight game for the 49ers as he has been ruled OUT for Sunday night's game at the New York Giants. Davis was limited in practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Also, outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks is DOUBTFUL as he has been away from the team following his sister's death this week. Receiver Quinton Patton (concussion) and left tackle Joe Staley (knee) are PROBABLE. Staley practiced in a limited fashion Friday after sitting out Wednesday and Thursday.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints LT Terron Armstead and P Thomas Morstead officially ruled out for Sunday's game at Philadelphia. Saints will have to throw first-round draft pick Andrus Peat into the fire at LT for his starting debut. ... G Jahri Evans and DE Bobby Richardson are questionable.

Matthew Berry @MatthewBerryTMR

Getting healthier, CJ Spiller ran a route on 76% of his snaps last wk... High upside flex & legit RB2 in PPR vs PHI as Brees keeps it short

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Haloti Ngata, Joique Bell and Eric Ebron all OUT for Lions on Sunday. At defensive tackle, with Ngata out and Tyrunn Walker on IR, figure rookie Gabe Wright and second-year DT Caraun Reid to start on the interior. Also of note, SS James Ihedigbo is questionable with a quad injury, as is RG Larry Warford (ankle).

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona Cardinals list TE Darren Fells (hip) and WR J.J. Nelson (shoulder) as questionable. Everyone else listed as probable.

Hoyer reclaims Texans' starting QB job

Brian Hoyer will start next week's game against the Jaguars after throwing for 312 yards and two TDs in relief of Ryan Mallett on Thursday. However, Hoyer's long-term prospects are up in the air, as head coach Bill O'Brien said, "I think it's 11 one-game seasons."


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Jacoby Jones (ankle) and safety Jahleel Addae (ankle) were listed as limited participants on Friday's injury report for the Chargers. Coach Mike McCoy said the two ankle injuries are similar. LT King Dunlap (concussion), LG Orlando Franklin (ankle), WR Stevie Johnson (hamstring) and CB Craig Mager (hamstring) did not practice.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have ruled RB Marshawn Lynch out for Sunday's game against the Bengals with a hamstring injury. The move comes as a bit of a surprise considering Lynch was a limited practice participant Thursday. It's the first time since Lynch joined the Seahawks that he'll miss back to back games. Expect Thomas Rawls to carry the load against Cincinnati.

Marshawn Lynch to miss 2nd straight game

A hamstring injury will keep the Seahawks' star RB out of Sunday's game against the Bengals. Lynch also missed Monday night's game against the Lions.


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL has fined Bills DE Jerry Hughes for $23,152 for abusive language towards a game official and an additional $8,681 for head-butting a Giants player after a play in the Bills' 24-10 loss last Sunday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have listed S Sean Richardson as out for Sunday's game vs. the Rams. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel just reported that his neck injury is potentially season-ending, if not career-ending.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints RB Khiry Robinson was fined $8,681 for his touchdown celebration, using the ball as a prop vs. Cowboys.