Week 5 of the NFL season features a new wrinkle, with the first international game of the season scheduled to kick things off Sunday morning.
The Atlanta Falcons defeated the New York Jets, 27-20, in the early game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The traditional afternoon window features 12 games, with the Bengals-Packers game the best of the early games and Chargers-Browns topping the late schedule.
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The rookie quarterback and the New England Patriots will be without four starters on the offensive line when they play Sunday at Houston.
The Patriots did not activate left tackle Isaiah Wynn or left guard Michael Onwenu off their covid-19 reserve list Saturday. They’d previously ruled out right tackle Trent Brown because of a calf injury and right guard Shaq Mason because of an abdominal injury. Brown was placed in the injured reserve list, meaning that he will miss at least three games.
Center David Andrews is the only regular starter who remains available now. Offensive linemen James Ferentz, Alex Redmond and Will Sherman were promoted from the practice squad.
The Buffalo Bills’ quest to make Super Bowl 55 came up just short last year as they fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Josh Allen did his job both with his arm and his legs, but the Bills didn’t get much from their actual running backs who totaled just 32 rushing yards. The Bills enter Sunday Night Football with the league’s fifth-ranked rushing attack, spearheaded by Devin Singletary and Zack Moss. With Kansas City’s 30th-ranked rush defense on the other side, both of Buffalo’s ball carriers should be under consideration for your NFL DFS lineups.
Moss didn’t play in the AFC Championship Game, but should he be targeted as one of the top NFL DFS picks? And should he form an NFL DFS stack with Singletary, who is averaging a career-high of 5.3 yards per carry? Before locking in any NFL DFS picks for Chiefs vs. Bills, be sure to check out the NFL DFS advice, player rankings, stacks and top daily Fantasy football picks from SportsLine’s Mike McClure.
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