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 Injury roundup: Benjamin misses Panthers practice
chainsaw: Cam Newton's top target continues to deal with a concussion. Kelvin Benjamin missed his second day of practice as he goes through concussion protocol, per the Associated Press' Steve Reed. The Panthers also practiced without Fozzy Whi...
via http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000411784/article/injury-roundup-benjamin-misses-panthers-practice
 Darrell Bevell: I must get Marshawn Lynch the ball
chainsaw: Darrell Bevell has heard you, Seattle Seahawks fans. The offensive coordinator heard the rampant consternation and deep-throated queries wondering how Marshawn Lynch got just 10 carries in Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys, including j...
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  Cowboys likely to suppress Murray's historic pace
chainsaw: Ride Him, Cowboys DeMarco Murray has had an historic start to the 2014 season, with five straight 100-yard games. Despite the success, the Cowboys plan to dial back the running back's usage to keep him healthy and fresh for the end of th...
via http://mmqb.si.com/2014/10/07/dallas-cowboys-demarco-murray/
 Report: Lions to sign former Broncos kicker Matt Prater
chainsaw: The Lions are signing former Broncos kicker Matt Prater, Michael Rothstein of ESPN reported on Tuesday night. Detroit chose the 30-year old, a Pro Bowler in 2013, over former Cardinals kicker Jay Feely after the two tried out for the tea...
via http://www.si.com/nfl/2014/10/07/matt-prater-lions-kicker-sign
 Tom Brady on Patriots: 'There is no place I'd rather be'
chainsaw: Several Patriots players told NFL Media's Albert Breer last week that Gillette Stadium was an "uncomfortable" place following a Week 4 meltdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. Battista: Behind Brady's revival Just when it looked like th...
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 Fantasy Fast Forward: Real Packers offense finally shows up
chainsaw: Hopefully all fantasy owners listened to Aaron Rodgers when he said everyone just needs to relax. The real Packers offense showed up on Sunday, and Rodgers, as he usually does, directed all of the action. He threw for 302 yards, 10.8 yards ...
via http://www.si.com/fantasy/2014/09/28/fantasy-football-week-4-green-bay-packers-aaron-rodgers
 Fantasy breakdown: Forte, Gore back to big workloads
chainsaw: Week 4 brought an interesting mix of players among the top targets and touches leaders. And while there were a number of players who saw the ball quite a bit, it didn't translate to big fantasy production in every circumstance. Just a not-s...
via http://www.nfl.com/fantasyfootball/story/0ap3000000402894/article/fantasy-breakdown-forte-gore-back-to-big-workloads
 Eli Manning yet to find groove on deep-ball throwing
chainsaw: Eli Manning has appeared far more comfortable in Ben McAdoo's new offense in the past two weeks. The New York Giants quarterback has completed 70 percent of his passes overall -- his QB coach's magic number -- against the Arizona Cardina...
via http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000400577/article/eli-manning-yet-to-find-groove-on-deepball-throwing
 DeSean Jackson (shoulder) expected to play vs. Giants
chainsaw: The New York Giants should expect to face a longtime nemesis Thursday night when they meet the Washington Redskins. DeSean Jackson is expected to play tonight, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, according to a team source. Jacks...
via http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000400497/article/desean-jackson-shoulder-expected-to-play-vs-giants
 Injury roundup: Arian Foster a game-time decision
chainsaw: Roddy White is ready to make his return to the Atlanta Falcons' starting lineup. The evolution of the NFL: Take a look at how the NFL has evolved from its humble roots, and the efforts being made to ensure it continues to grow. The ...
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