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  • 9/25, 10:00 pm
    • Heuerman caught two of four passes...

      Heuerman caught two of four passes for seven yards during Denver's 27-14 loss in Baltimore.

      Analysis: With the Broncos driving for a comeback midway through the fourth quarter, Case Keenum saw Heuerman cutting across the middle, threw off of his back foot, and was picked off for a game-crushing interception. The play was bad, but it was a good show of confidence for Heuerman who has tallied just 32 receiving yards thus far this season. Neither he, nor backup Jake Butt, have been particularly memorable this season, but Butt leads across receiving categories and logged just six fewer offensive snaps than Heuerman on Sunday. If Heuerman doesn't begin producing a little more in the passing game, it is possible that he and Butt will switch roles.

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  • 9/25, 9:59 pm
    • Cox recorded four tackles (two solo)...

      Cox recorded four tackles (two solo) and half a sack across 52 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Colts.

      Analysis: At 27, Cox could be on his way to a career year, as he has already recorded 12 tackles and four sacks through three games. His high level of play makes him a major IDP candidate as the Eagles head to Tennessee to face the Titans on Sunday.

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  • Jake Butt TE-DEN
    9/25, 9:55 pm
    • Butt pulled in two of three...

      Butt pulled in two of three targets for eight yards during Sunday's 27-14 loss in Baltimore.

      Analysis: It was Butt's weakest outing thus far, but he still looks like the Broncos tight end to have on your squad. Through three games, Butt has eight catches on 13 targets as compared to five catches on eight targets for starter Jeff Heuerman. Neither option has been particularly effective, but Butt seems to be climbing a bit as he logged more than half of the offensive snaps for the first time this season, 41 to 35 behind Heuerman. It should be interesting to see whether the two trade places in the coming weeks.

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  • 9/25, 9:52 pm
    • The Packers signed CB Bashaud Breeland...

      The Packers signed CB Bashaud Breeland before Week 4's game against the Bills.

      Analysis: Breeland has the likes of a top cornerback, but he's been unable to stay healthy to this point. He'll bolster a secondary that desperately needs guys that can make plays on the ball, and he's broken up 60 passes over four years in the league. The Bills just finished trouncing the Vikings 27-6, but its offense still accrued just 292 yards since it was gifted good field position by its defense. The facts remain the same about the Bills' offense: it has a brutal offensive line and no run game as long as LeSean McCoy (ribs) sits out. Don't hesitate to line the Packers defense up against the Bills in fantasy settings.

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  • 9/25, 9:49 pm
    • Sutton caught two of three targets...

      Sutton caught two of three targets for 37 yards during Sunday's 27-14 loss in Baltimore.

      Analysis: Sutton had two nice grabs on Sunday, but it was his drop that stood out. With Denver trying to start a late first-half drive, Sutton let a would-be first down slide through his hands, setting up a short field for the Ravens offense -- which promptly drove for a late field goal. Sutton continues to be firmly entrenched in Denver's offense, his 53 offensive snaps trailing starter Demaryius Thomas by just one, but he is still going through growing pains. A Monday night game against a bottom-ranked Chiefs pass defense and an opposing offense that will force the Broncos to keep up might be what the doctor ordered.

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