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| Report: Rishard Matthews out indefinitely|
Suffered multiple fractured ribs in Week 12 loss to Jets
By: Doug Orth | Mon Nov 30, 6:15 pm
|Dolphins WR Rishard Matthews suffered multiple fractured ribs yesterday against the Jets. No clear timetable for his return. (Rand Getlin on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Matthews has evolved into a solid No. 2 receiver in Miami behind Jarvis Landry, but the timing of this injury is bad for the free-agent-to-be. The Dolphins just fired OC Bill Lazor on Monday and have little left to play for this season, which should open the door for the team to see what it has in first-round pick DeVante Parker. As a result, the rookie is worth an add in all fantasy leagues this week.
| Jarvis Landry, Matthews expected to play|
Dolphins should have both starting receivers available
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Nov 29, 7:00 am
|Dolphins WRs Jarvis Landry (knee) and Rishard Matthews (illness), both questionable, both expected to play vs Jets, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: The Dolphins passing offense has sputtered in recent weeks but should be able exploit a Jets-D that will be missing their top cover corner Darrelle Revis. Landry is a viable WR2 in PPR leagues while Matthews is a FLEX consideration.
| Jets' Revis ruled out|
CB recovering from consussion
By: John Canario | Fri Nov 27, 4:20 pm
|The Jets on Friday made the expected official, as they ruled out star cornerback Darrelle Revis for Sunday's home game against the Dolphins. Revis sustained a concussion in last week's loss at the Texans. "He comes in for the morning, for treatment, and then he gets sent home," Jets coach Todd Bowles said of Revis' status. "He's doing a little better each day, but not good enough for physical activity. There's always a concern when somebody gets a concussion, so we're trying to take our time and get it right with him." Bowles said he's not sure how far along Revis is in the NFL's post-concussion assessment protocol, which will determine when he can practice and play again. (NJ.com)|
FFToday's Take: Revis' absence should give Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews a little more space to get free in the Jets' secondary this Sunday.