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  • 10/15, 12:33 am
    • Edelman caught four balls for 54...

      Edelman caught four balls for 54 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Chiefs. He also added a seven-yard carry in a 43-40 victory.

      Analysis: Edelman only trailed Josh Gordon in targets (seven to nine) Sunday, but the former was the lone recipient of a touchdown pass, resulting in the superior fantasy line. The 32-year-old hasn't lost his status as Tom Brady's preferred short- to mid-range receiving option after serving a four-game suspension. Edelman should continue to be a strong PPR option after racking up 11 receptions (16 targets) in two games since his return.

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  • 10/15, 12:24 am
    • Gronkowski caught three passes (four targets)...

      Gronkowski caught three passes (four targets) for 97 yards in Sunday's 43-40 victory over the Chiefs.

      Analysis: Gronk was held in check for the majority of the game as the Patriots tried to control the ball on the ground against the Chiefs' high-octane offense. The 29-year-old entered the fourth quarter with just one catch for 16 yards, but he came alive on New England's final two drives with gains of 39 and 42 yards respectively, setting up the eventual game-winning field goal as time expired. Gronkowski didn't appear to suffer a setback to his ankle, but don't be surprised if he carries a questionable tag (as he usually does) heading into Week 7's matchup with the Bears.

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  • 10/15, 12:13 am
    • Kelce hauled in five of nine...

      Kelce hauled in five of nine targets for 61 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.

      Analysis: Kelce had a solid day at the office, but his stat line paled in comparison to the receiving numbers Tyreke Hill and Kareem Hunt put up. The All-Pro tight end is no longer the top receiving target in Kansas City for the first time in a while, but he has still posted usable fantasy numbers with 462 yards and three touchdowns over the last five weeks. Kelce will look to continue his consistent production against the Bengals on Sunday.

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  • 10/15, 12:03 am
    • Hunt carried the ball 10 times...

      Hunt carried the ball 10 times for 80 yards and added 105 receiving yards and a touchdown on five receptions in Sunday's 43-40 loss to New England.

      Analysis: Hunt put his ability as a pass catcher on display on a day where the Chiefs were playing for behind for the entire contest. The majority of the 23-year-old's damage was done on a wheel route where he burned his assignment for a 67-yard score. The 185 combined yards marked a new season high for the dynamic back. Pat Mahomes and Tyreke Hill may dominate the headlines for Kansas City on a weekly basis, but Hunt has proven to be a key cog of this explosive offense with seven touchdowns through six weeks. The sophomore will face a stiff test against the Bengals' dominant defensive line Week 7.

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  • 10/14, 11:40 pm
    • Michel (knee) toted the rock 24...

      Michel (knee) toted the rock 24 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 43-40 win over the Chiefs.

      Analysis: Michel didn't appear to be limited by his nagging knee injury, dominating the backfield touches (24 of 35 non-QB rushes) in an impressive team rushing display. The rookie hit paydirt for the third consecutive week, averaging 22.3 carries and 105.3 yards over that span. The Patriots are notorious for rotating their backfield touches, but Michel has clearly emerged as Bill Belichick's primary early-down and goal-line rusher. The 23-year-old should be heavily involved again to help mitigate an aggresive Chicago pass rush in Week 7.

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