Dak Prescott QB DAL (6) 6 hours ago
Prescott completed 20 of 27 passes for 179 yards and two interceptions in Thursday's 28-6 loss to the Chargers.
He did have a long TD run called back due to a holding penalty, but otherwise Prescott was once again ineffective, and the Cowboys' offense seems to have fallen completely apart without Ezekiel Elliott. The second-year QB will get a few extra days to try and figure out how to turn things around before Week 12's home tilt against Washington.
Joey Bosa DL LAC (9) 13 hours ago
Bosa recorded four tackles in Thursday's 28-6 win over the Cowboys.
It's probably a compliment to Bosa that a four-tackle day for a defensive end is a disappointment. But given the second-year pass rusher had his six game sack streak snapped Thursday, it certainly could be viewed as such. It wasn't as if Bosa was kept in check though, as the 22-year-old very nearly missed a sack on three separate occasions, only for the elusive Dak Prescott to scramble away.
Casey Hayward DB LAC (9) 13 hours ago
Hayward recorded three tackles and intercepted a pass in the 28-6 win over the Cowboys on Thursday.
Hayward essentially iced the game with his interception, sliding in front of an errant Dak Prescott throw for his third pick in the last two weeks. Hayward continues to cement himself among the NFL's best at cornerback.
Desmond King DB LAC (9) 14 hours ago
King tallied five tackles and returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown during Thursday's 28-6 win over the Cowboys.
King put together his best game of his career, recording both his first interception and touchdown in a Thanksgiving Day rout of the Cowboys. King has been utilized as a box safety in Gus Bradley's exotic defensive scheme, providing a good mix of pressure and coverage depending on the down and distance. While he's not a reliable IDP option, he's an intriguing name to monitor in dynasty leagues, given Bradley's pension for developing star safeties.
Denzel Perryman LB LAC (9) 14 hours ago
Perryman tallied seven tackles (four solo) in Thursday's 28-6 win over the Cowboys.
The middle linebacker stifled the Cowboys vaunted rushing attack, combining with two safeties to tie for a team lead in tackles. While Perryman hasn't posted gaudy tackle numbers since his return to the field in Week 10, he's been a fairly reliable presence for IDP owners, totaling 22 tackles over the course of the last three weeks.
QJanoris Jenkins DB NYG (8) 14 hours ago
Jenkins was seen in a walking boot following the Giants' 20-10 Thanksgiving loss to the Redskins, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Jenkins injured his foot on an interception he returned for a touchdown during the third quarter. He is the first player in the league to log two pick-sixes this season. The 29-year-old has now recorded interceptions in two consecutive games, and his season total is up to three. However, his status for next week's game against he Raiders remains uncertain until the team provides more clarity on his injury.
Jahleel Addae DB LAC (9) 14 hours ago
Addae secured seven tackles (five solo) in the 28-6 win over the Cowboys on Thursday.
Addae tied for the team-lead in tackles, as the Chargers three-pronged safeties confused and bewildered their opposition. The 27-year-old continues to be a consistent IDP option, having registered at least seven tackles in four of the last five games.
Wayne Gallman RB NYG (8) 14 hours ago
Gallman led the Giants in rushing with 37-yards on nine carries, while also chipping in two receptions for six-yards in its Thanksgiving loss to the Redskins.
The Giants could not get anything going on the ground or through the air in the contest. Fellow running back Orleans Darkwa got 11 carries, so the carry count was essentially split. The rookie will attempt to breakout next week when the Giants face the Raiders.
Evan Engram TE NYG (8) 14 hours ago2 Comments
Engram was targeted seven times in Thursday's 20-10 Thanksgiving loss the Redskins and managed just 18-yards on three receptions.
After tallying just nine-yards on one reception in Week 11, Engram failed to bounce back Thursday. Most concerning was that he suffered a few drops on catchable balls. The talented rookie may be suffering from a lack of weapons on offense, as opposing defenses are able to focus more on him. He will look to turn things around next week against the Raiders.
Travis Benjamin WR LAC (9) 14 hours ago
Benjamin (abdomen) caught all three of his targets for 50 yards and also carried the ball once for six yards in Thursday's 28-6 win over the Cowboys.
Benjamin didn't appear to be hindered much by an abdominal strain that limited him in practice during the abbreviated week. Benjamin did most of his damage on one 46-yard reception and given the lack of volume he sees on a weekly basis, the 27-year-old remains merely an option in the deepest of fantasy leagues.