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WAIVER WIRE WONDERS: Week 12

RB Gus Edwards BAL

Baltimore will be without both J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram against Pittsburgh on Thursday night, so Gus Edwards will be the starter. He has been on the outside looking in as far as getting in game touches in the last couple of games, but that will not be an issue this week.

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IDP WAIVER WIRE: Week 12

LB Isaiah Simmons ARI

If Isaiah Simmons does get the nod again in Week 12 it will be in a favorable matchup with run-heavy New England, and if the youngster stays in the starting lineup he has the talent to be a real difference-maker down the stretch.

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STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE: Good/Bad Matchups – Week 12

QB Tua Tagovailoa MIA

As of this writing, there isn’t much clarity into whether or not Tagovailoa was benched or got banged up in Week 11 or both. If he is injured or flat out benched this week, then insert Ryan Fitzpatrick. The reason it doesn’t matter who is at the helm is because Miami gets a date with the lowly Jets this week.

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ON SECOND THOUGHT: Week 12

WR Michael Pittman IND & CB Pierre Desir NYJ

Last week I mentioned Michael Pittman Jr. I mentioned that he had steadily been getting better every week he has been playing. None of that has changed except last week he was available in 95% of leagues and this week he is available in 75%.

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STREAMING DEFENSES: Week 12

CB Eli Apple New Orleans Saints

The Saints defense has been steadily improving over the last few weeks. Getting starters back from injury has been huge for them, and they are creating more pressure in the pocket as a result. A matchup against the struggling Broncos should help continue their success.

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GRAB BAG: Week 12

WR Curtis Samuel CAR

It seems like each week we look at Curtis Samuel and think, “he won’t be relevant again.” Then week after week, he proves us wrong. Samuel has scored five touchdowns in his last five games while averaging six catches in that time.

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TRAPS & TRENDS: Week 11

RB J.K. Dobbins Baltimore Ravens

Out-touching Edwards and Ingram by a count of 17-3-2 in the game doesn’t mean that Dobbins’ name is cemented in stone as Baltimore’s No. 1 runner, but the team clearly wants him to stake his claim to the job.

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