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10/16/2017 Ryan Succop, Ten, K
Ryan Succop converted five of five field-goal attempts Monday as the Tennessee Titans defeated the Indianapolis Colts 36-22.. Succop tacked on three PATs.

Analysis: Succop went 5 for 5 to break the NFL record for most consecutive successful field goals inside of 50 yards. He connected from 48, 32 and 40 yards in the first half and then hit from 23 and 48 yards in the third. Succop began the day tied with Matt Bryant, who connected on 46 straight field goals inside 50 yards between 2013 and 2015 for the Atlanta Falcons.
10/16/2017 Jacoby Brissett, Ind, QB
Jacoby Brissett was 21 of 37 for 212 yards and threw one touchdown pass Monday in the Indianapolis Colts' 36-22 loss to the Tennessee Titans. He did not throw an interception, didn't fumble and was not sacked. Brissett added 15 rushing yards on five carries.

Analysis: Brissett went 12 of 19 for 119 yards with a TD in the first half but was just 9 of 18 for 93 yards after halftime. He has done a decent job thrust into a very difficult spot as the Colts try to survive until Andrew Luck returns. Brissett won't be much of a fantasy option next week against Jacksonville.
10/16/2017 Marcus Mariota, Ten, QB
Marcus Mariota was 23 of 32 for 306 yards and threw one touchdown pass Monday in the Tennessee Titans' 36-22 win over the Indianapolis Colts. He threw one interception, didn't fumble and was sacked one time.

Analysis: Mariota didn't move around much after missing a game with a strained left hamstring, but still managed to throw for a season-high 306 yards. He completed each of his three passes on the drive that ended with Tayan Taylor's tiebreaking score in the fourth quarter. Mariota should have a very good matchup next week at winless Cleveland.
10/16/2017 Jonnu Smith, Ten, TE
Jonnu Smith had one reception for 10 yards Monday in the Tennessee Titans' 36-22 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
10/16/2017 Kamar Aiken, Ind, WR
Kamar Aiken had two receptions for 21 yards Monday in the Indianapolis Colts' 36-22 loss to the Tennessee Titans.
10/16/2017 Robert Turbin, Ind, RB
Robert Turbin ran for three yards on three carries Monday in the Indianapolis Colts' 36-22 loss to the Tennessee Titans. He added four receptions for 37 yards.

Analysis: Turbin suffered a left elbow injury late in the fourth quarter and coach Chuck Pagano said he will get an MRI exam on his elbow. It would be very surprising if Turbin didn't miss an extended period.
10/16/2017 Marlon Mack, Ind, RB
Marlon Mack ran for 18 yards on two carries Monday in the Indianapolis Colts' 36-22 loss to the Tennessee Titans.
10/16/2017 Arik Armstead, SF, DT
Armstead broke his hand during the 49ers' loss in Washington and will need surgery, coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday.

Analysis: Armstead, a first-round pick in 2015, will miss significant time for a second straight season after having shoulder surgery that cost him the final eight games of 2016. He may go on injured reserve, where he would join fellow defensive ends Tank Carradine (ankle) and Ronald Blair (wrist).
10/16/2017 Dustin Hopkins, Was, K
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Hopkins is week-to-week with a rotator muscle strain in his right hip.

Analysis: Hopkins' availability for next Monday's game at Philadelphia is clearly in doubt, and Gruden added that the team will work out some kickers during the week. Hopkins tied for fourth in the NFL with 34 made field goals in 42 attempts last season, and he's 9 for 11 on field goal tries while making 12 of 13 PAT attempts so far in 2017.
10/16/2017 Aaron Rodgers, GB, QB
Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Rodgers will have surgery on his broken right collarbone, and that his season could be over.

Analysis: McCarthy said Monday that the two-time NFL MVP would have surgery in the near future. He says that there is no timeline for his potential return. "The key is to get Aaron healthy, it's not to develop a timeline," McCarthy said. Rodgers got hurt in the first quarter of the 23-10 loss on Sunday at Minnesota. Brett Hundley is now the starting quarterback.
10/16/2017 Jordan Matthews, Buf, WR
Matthews has had the cast removed from his broken right thumb, though it remains uncertain when the starter can begin practicing.

Analysis: Coach Sean McDermott listed Matthews as day to day on Monday, when Buffalo held a brief practice upon returning from its bye week. McDermott said it was premature to determine whether Matthews would be cleared for practice this week or potentially play against Tampa Bay on Sunday.
10/16/2017 NaVorro Bowman, Oak, LB
Bowman has agreed to a one-year, $3 million deal with the Raiders.

Analysis: Bowman earned first team All-Pro honors four times in his career, achieving it from 2011-13 and then again in 2015 after coming back from a devastating knee injury. Bowman then tore his Achilles tendon early last season and missed most of the year before coming back again this year. While he lacks some of the speed he had when he was younger, Bowman still could probably help a team at age 29.
10/16/2017 Jonathan Allen, Was, DT
Allen has a Lisfranc sprain in his foot and will miss some time, according to coach Jay Gruden.

Analysis: Allen could miss three or four weeks, Gruden said while providing injury updates Monday. Allen's injury pushes second-year lineman Anthony Lanier into an expanded role.
10/16/2017 Rob Kelley, Was, RB
Kelley will practice this week ahead of Monday's game in Philadelphia.

Analysis: Kelley began the season as Washington's top back, and his return could come at a good time with Chris Thompson and Samaje Perine struggling mightily last week against the 49ers, combining for 56 yards on 25 carries.
10/16/2017 Trevor Siemian, Den, QB
Siemian, who left Sunday's loss to the Giants briefly near the end of the second quarter with a left shoulder injury, is expected to start Sunday against the Chargers.

Analysis: Siemian, who threw for a career-best 376 yards as the Broncos' rally against the Giants came up short, next faces a Chargers team which ranks fourth in the NFL against the pass, yielding 186 yards per game.
10/16/2017 Case Keenum, Min, QB
Keenum will be back under center, starting for the Vikings in their Week 7 matchup with the Ravens.

Analysis: Keenum made his fourth start of the season this past Sunday against Green Bay with Sam Bradford ailing, throwing for 239 yards with a touchdown and interception with one of his top receivers (Stefon Diggs) out. The Ravens are fifth in the NFL against the pass, yielding an average of 189.5 yards and are second in the league with nine interceptions.
10/16/2017 Mohamed Sanu, Atl, WR
Sanu (hamstring) is expected to return to practice this week after not practicing at all last week and not playing against Miami.

Analysis: Sanu was originally expected to be sidelined two to three weeks when he was injured in Week 4. He has 16 catches for 163 yards and a touchdown in four games this season.
10/16/2017 Emmanuel Sanders, Den, WR
Sanders will miss Sunday's game against the Chargers with a sprained ankle.

Analysis: Sanders wasn't putting up great numbers with the Broncos struggling to find consistency from the quarterback position, but he's still a solid play in the right matchup when he returns.
10/16/2017 Jameis Winston, TB, QB
Winston suffered an AC joint sprain in his throwing shoulder in Sunday's loss in Arizona and is questionable to play for Tampa Bay in its Week 7 matchup at Buffalo.

Analysis: Winston left the field early in Sunday's second quarter holding his right arm limp after throwing three consecutive incomplete passes and didn't return, though it was reported he could've returned. Former Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick came in following Winston's injury and nearly rallied the Bucs to an improbable comeback win, finishing with 290 passing yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions for a 102.3 QB rating.
10/16/2017 Martavis Bryant, Pit, WR
Bryant reportedly requested a trade recently, but he seemed to shut down those reports.

Analysis: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported late Sunday that sources informed him of Bryant's trade request, adding that Steelers teammates and coaches are well aware that the receiver is unhappy. Bryant posted Sunday night on Twitter that he is happy to be in Pittsburgh. "Big win today and tomorrow right back to work tomorrow I am happy to be a steeler and can't wait to reach number 7 this year," Bryant tweeted hours after the Steelers' 19-13 victory over the Chiefs.
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