NFL Recent Player News
|10/19/2017||Ross Travis, KC, TE|
|Ross Travis had one reception for three yards Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders.|
|10/19/2017||Travis Kelce, KC, TE|
|Travis Kelce had four receptions for 33 yards and one touchdown Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders.|
|10/19/2017||Michael Crabtree, Oak, WR|
|Michael Crabtree had three receptions for 24 yards and one touchdown Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.|
|10/19/2017||Jared Cook, Oak, TE|
|Jared Cook had six receptions for 107 yards Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Analysis: This was a breakout game of sorts for Cook, who had totaled five catches and 39 yards over his previous two games.
|10/19/2017||Tyreek Hill, KC, WR|
|Tyreek Hill had six receptions for 125 yards and one touchdown Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders. He added two rushes for seven yards.
Analysis: Hill has been hit or miss this season. He had averaged just 45.7 receiving yards without a touchdown over the previous three games.
|10/19/2017||Marshawn Lynch, Oak, RB|
|Marshawn Lynch ran for nine yards on two carries Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Analysis: Lynch was ejected from the game with 5:48 left in the first half for making contact with an official during a scrum on the field that erupted after Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters had a late hit on Carr.
|10/19/2017||Kareem Hunt, KC, RB|
|Kareem Hunt ran for 87 yards on 18 carries Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders. He added four receptions for 30 yards.
Analysis: After an outstanding start to the season, Hunt has cooled off. He's averaged 79 rushing yards with no touchdowns over the past four games.
|10/19/2017||Jalen Richard, Oak, RB|
|Jalen Richard ran for 31 yards on nine carries Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He added four receptions for 45 yards.|
|10/19/2017||Akeem Hunt, KC, RB|
|Akeem Hunt ran for zero yards on zero carries Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders. He added one reception for one yards.|
|10/19/2017||DeAndre Washington, Oak, RB|
|DeAndre Washington ran for 33 yards and one touchdown on nine carries Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He added three receptions for seven yards.|
|10/19/2017||C.J. Spiller, KC, RB|
|C.J. Spiller ran for zero yards on two carries Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders.|
|10/19/2017||Alex Smith, KC, QB|
|Alex Smith was 25 of 36 for 342 yards and threw three touchdown passes Thursday in the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders. He did not throw an interception, didn't fumble and was sacked one time.
Analysis: Smith continued his outstanding season with his highest yardage total since the opener. He now has 15 touchdowns and no interceptions in seven games.
|10/19/2017||Derek Carr, Oak, QB|
|Derek Carr was 29 of 52 for 417 yards and threw three touchdown passes Thursday in the Oakland Raiders' 31-30 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He did not throw an interception, didn't fumble and was not sacked. Carr added 15 rushing yards on one carry.
Analysis: We've been waiting for a performance like this from Carr all season. He hadn't thrown for more than 262 yards this year and had less than 172 over his previous three games.
|10/19/2017||Mike Williams, LAC, WR|
|Williams is likely to get increased playing time in the second game of the first-round pick's career.
Analysis: He was sidelined for months with a back injury, but made his first NFL catch last week in the Chargers' win at Oakland.
|10/19/2017||Keenan Allen, LAC, WR|
|Allen (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday.
Analysis: Allen leads the Chargers with 33 catches and 446 yards while hauling in one TD.
|10/19/2017||Kyle Juszczyk, SF, RB|
|Juszczyk (back) won't play Sunday against the Cowboys.
Analysis: A 2016 Pro Bowl selection with the Ravens who signed a four-year contract with San Francisco in March, Juszczyk also sat out last week in Washington. He is a strong blocker and receiver, having caught eight passes for 80 yards and a TD.
|10/19/2017||Robby Anderson, NYJ, WR|
|Anderson practiced in full Thursday and will play in Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Analysis: Anderson has started all six of New York's games and had a season-high 12 targets last week.
|10/19/2017||Jordan Matthews, Buf, WR|
|Matthews practiced for the second straight day Thursday and appears to be nearing a return for Sunday's game against the Bucs.
Analysis: Matthews has been sidelined with a fractured thumb since Week 4. He scored his first TD of the season that week after averaging 19 yards per reception on each catches in his first three contests.
|10/19/2017||Leonard Fournette, Jax, RB|
|Fournette is likely to miss a second straight practice Thursday due to an injured ankle but he says he expects to play in Sunday's game at Indy.
Analysis: Fournette may just be getting a little break after another huge workload. The rookie has been a beast the last two weeks, carrying the ball 49 times for 311 yards with three scores.
|10/19/2017||Marqise Lee, Jax, WR|
|Lee is being slowed by a knee injury but is still expected to play Sunday at Indianapolis.
Analysis: Lee had a season high with 83 receiving yards last week against the Rams and was targeted 10 times. He only had seven balls thrown his way in the previous two games combined and has yet to score a touchdown.
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