Monday night's battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams is a doozy, as just the fifth matchup since 1970 featuring two teams without multiple losses after Week 10. The victor might just be whoever has the ball last, but each offense has issues to address. 1. K.C. must protect
Taking a look at the fantasy football trade market heading into Week 11.
San Francisco's break forces you to fill in for running back Matt Breida and tight end George Kittle. Cleveland's only regular fantasy starters are Nick Chubb and Jarvis Landry. JAYLEN SAMUELS, Steelers (Owned in 0.2 percent of leagues): Le'Veon Bell is no longer relevant in Pittsburgh,
Los Angeles receiver Cooper Kupp is out for the season after tearing a ligament in his left knee, depriving the Rams' offense of a major contributor heading into a showdown with Kansas City. Coach Sean McVay on Monday confirmed the ACL injury for Kupp, who led the Rams in yards receiving last season