Let’s face it, there’s an enormous amount of information out there on Sunday mornings. We’re not going to waste your time by repeating the news and notes about who’s in or out this week, since that’s really not what you visit us for. We’re also not going to do another article on starts or sits this week – we already have the personalized lineup advice for you on the premium content. Again, there are 100 places you can go for that, so no reason to repeat ourselves or others.
The Sunday Morning Huddle goes through each game and states what we’re looking to see from a dynasty perspective. One player will be picked from each team who has dynasty value tied to the game – players at a pivot point where their value could increase or decrease based on opportunity and performance.
KANSAS CITY AT CLEVELAND
For the Browns, this game will be less about any specific player and more about how the team is run with a new coaching staff. Following Cleveland’s Week Eight loss to the Steelers, head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley were fired, leaving defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to serve as interim head coach while little known Freddie Kitchens is the new play-caller. There are reasons to be excited about the changes but too many faces of the old regime remain.
Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was looking iffy for much of the week after tweaking his groin in last week’s win over the Broncos. By the end of the practice week though, he was not listed on the injury report and will be good to go. As discussed last week, Hill has odd home/road splits, excelling as a visitor. While the injury had me worried about Hill, he is now safe to roll with against the Browns in Cleveland. This should be another monster game for Hill and the Chiefs offense.