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Bills LB Matt Milano (knee) is active for today's game against the Jets. He managed only a single limited practice this week, though, and carries risk in IDP lineups.

Patriots RB Damien Harris (thigh) is doubtful for Monday night’s game against the Cardinals. That means another game of Rhamondre Stevenson as workhorse back. The fantasy football ceiling is high.

Bills LB Matt Milano (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets. He put in only a limited Friday practice and looks like a player better avoided in IDP lineups this week. We'll watch Milano's status over the weekend.

Patriots RB Damien Harris (thigh) did not practice on Thursday. He seems unlikely to play vs. the Cardinals on Monday night, which would again leave RB Rhamondre Stevenson in an every-down role.

Surgery on the right knee of Bills EDGE Von Miller this week revealed that he tore the ACL on Thanksgiving against the Lions. Doctors believed the meniscus to be the big issue, as MRI did not reveal the ACL damage. Miller is now obviously out for the rest of this season. We'll see how he fares in getting ready for 2023.

The Bills have placed EDGE Von Miller (knee) on IR. He'll miss at least 3 more games (after missing Thursday night's win at New England), which makes Miller cuttable in IDP redraft leagues.

Patriots RB Damien Harris (thigh) is out for Thursday night's game vs. the Bills. That figures to leave RB Rhamondre Stevenson in a workhorse role. He's averaged 15.4 carries and 6.4 targets in the 5 games that Harris missed all or most of this season.

Patriots RB Damien Harris (thigh) did not practice on Tuesday. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said yesterday that Harris is not expected to play against the Bills on Thursday night. That'd leave RB Rhamondre Stevenson in a workhorse role. He checks in as a top-4 RB across scoring formats in the Week 13 Rankings.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Patriots RB Damien Harris isn't expected to play Thursday night against the Bills because of the thigh injury that knocked him out of the Thanksgiving night game. His absence would make Rhamondre Stevenson the clear backfield leader. Rookies Pierre Strong and Kevin Harris are the only other RBs on the active roster, with J.J. Taylor a candidate for elevation from the practice squad.

Bills EDGE Greg Rousseau returned to practice Sunday after missing the past 3 games with an ankle sprain. "I'm feeling good man, pretty close for sure," he said afterward, according to the team website. We'll see what the team practice reports say over the next 3 days, leading up to Thursday night's clash with the Patriots.

Bills EDGE Von Miller tore the lateral meniscus in this right knee in Thursday's win over the Lions, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Miller will be evaluated again in 7-10 days, and Rapoport adds that he'll need surgery on it at some point. The question will be whether it can wait until after the season. Missing Miller will hurt a defense that has dealt with myriad injuries -- and suffered for it by the fantasy numbers.

Patriots RB Damien Harris suffered a thigh injury in Thursday night's game against the Vikings and has been ruled out. We'll see about his outlook heading into Week 13.

Bills RB James Cook carried only twice (for 4 yards) and caught 2 of 5 targets for 14 more in Thursday's win over the Lions. He did tie for 3rd on the team in targets, but even that put him way behind leaders Stefon Diggs (15) and Isaiah McKenzie (10). RB Devin Singletary rushed 14 times for 72 yards and caught his lone target for 8 yards.

Bills QB Josh Allen was far from peak performance in Sunday's narrow win at Detroit, completing just 57% of his passes for 253 yards and an INT. But he also delivered 2 TD throws and ran for 78 yards and another TD to post a strong score for fantasy football lineups. Allen now gets just the usual layoff before next Thursday night's visit to New England. After that comes a home rematch with the Jets, who limited him to 205 yards in Week 9 and snagged 2 INTs.

Bills EDGE Von Miller left in the 1st half of Sunday's game against the Lions with a right knee injury. He has been ruled out with what has been deemed at least a knee sprain. There's fear that he tore the ACL. We'll see what doctors say. Miller previously tore his right ACL back in 2013.

Bills QB Josh Allen threw for a mere 197 yards and 1 TD in Sunday's win over the Browns, adding just 7 yards on 3 rushing attempts. Those marked season lows in each yardage category for Allen, but it was his 3rd straight game with 1 TD pass or fewer. We weren't concerned when he just happened to run for 2 scores against the Jets. But the past 2 have followed the right-elbow injury he suffered late in that game. It's worth noting that Buffalo leaned run much more than usual against Cleveland, logging just 30 dropbacks vs. 33 rushing attempts. A Thanksgiving Day game at Detroit just 4 days from this one will be a good test for that elbow and signal what the Bills want to do on offense.

Bills QB Josh Allen (elbow) was limited in practice all week but isn’t listed on the final injury report. That right elbow likely still isn’t at 100%, but it didn’t seem to be much of an issue last week and isn’t a concern for Allen vs. the Browns on Sunday.

The NFL is moving Sunday's Bills-Browns game to Detroit, according to The Athletic's Tim Graham. Buffalo is expected to get pounded with 4+ feet of snow over the next few days. Moving from those conditions to a dome is obviously great news for all of the fantasy players in this game.

Bills QB Josh Allen (elbow) was limited in Wednesday's practice. It's a reminder that he's still not at 100%. But Allen is fully expected to start Sunday's game vs. the Browns and remains a high-end fantasy option.

Bills TE Dawson Knox collected 4 catches for a season-high 57 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Vikings. It’s a fine outing on the surface, although Knox’s first target didn’t come until deep in the 2nd quarter. Two of his catches (and 20 yards) came in the 4th quarter with the Vikings in a major prevent defense. He entered Week 10 with just 35 yards over his past 2. Week 11 turns up a meeting with Cleveland.

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