Chiefs Place Clyde Edwards-Helaire On IR, Activate T Lucas Niang From PUP List

Clyde Edwards-Helaire‘s third NFL season has skidded off track. In addition to losing his starting job recently, the former first-round pick suffered a high ankle sprain Sunday night.

The Chiefs will move forward without Edwards-Helaire in the near future, having placed him on IR. This will shut down CEH for at least four weeks. Kansas City had already changed the LSU alum’s role, though this certainly does impact the AFC West kingpins’ depth.

Coming into this season, Edwards-Helaire — thanks partially to Damien Williams‘ 2020 opt-out — had started every NFL game in which he played. But injuries led to the college dual threat missing 10 regular-season games and two playoff tilts. Edwards-Helaire then took a backseat to Jerick McKinnon upon returning from his second 2021 injury — a shoulder issue — in the postseason. CEH had already sustained an MCL sprain earlier in 2021; he missed time due to ankle and hip maladies in 2020.

McKinnon re-signed midway through this offseason, but the Chiefs have begun using seventh-round rookie Isiah Pacheco over both vets. Pacheco has totaled 31 carries over the Chiefs’ past two games. Edwards-Helaire was on the field for four offensive snaps during the Chiefs’ Week 10 win over the Jaguars, and his injury against the Chargers stands to set him back further.

The 5-foot-8 back has gained 302 rushing yards on 71 carries this season. While extended absences are not new for the former No. 32 overall pick, Pacheco’s presence has changed the Chiefs’ backfield equation. This injury also opens the door for Ronald Jones resurfacing. The offseason addition has not dressed for a game yet as a Chief but remains on their 53-man roster. Andy Reid said (via’s Adam Teicher) the former Buccaneers starter has a chance to play, though he cited multiple issues that may deter Jones from seeing a backfield role.

With CEH out and McKinnon having two full-season injury absences on his resume, the Chiefs suddenly may need Jones, whom they signed to a one-year, $1.5MM deal.

Additionally, the Chiefs activated Lucas Niang from the reserve/PUP list. The team’s right tackle to open last season, Niang suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in Week 17 of last season. The former third-round pick has not been available much during his KC career. He opted out of the 2020 season and has now missed 15 regular-season games since. The Chiefs have used veteran Andrew Wylie primarily at right tackle this year. Niang, who made nine starts as a rookie, could potentially make a late-season push for playing time on the Chiefs’ otherwise-solidified front.


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Each Friday during the 2022 NFL and fantasy football season, Eric Karabell will bring his always-reasonable perspective to highlight the biggest fantasy football storylines heading into the weekend’s games.

Everyone loves San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel, and for good reason. Samuel, the No. 17 pick in ESPN average live drafts this season (and seventh WR taken), is big and physical, and the 49ers use him in creative ways, as he piles on fantasy points as a traditional receiver but also as a running back.

The problem with this narrative is that Samuel hasn’t been piling on fantasy points lately, as he battles injury and the team’s depth, and while nobody should do something as drastic as benching Samuel (yet), one can ask if he remains an automatic weekly fantasy play. Hey, we’re just throwing it out there!

After all, Samuel enters Monday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City ranked 29th among wide receivers in fantasy points this season, fewer than injured Cardinal Marquise Brown, occasional Green Bay Packers provider Allen Lazard and his own teammate Brandon Aiyuk. Samuel scored double-digit PPR fantasy points in each of the first six games this season, though he surpassed 16 points in only one game.

The problem is he has been in single digits the past two games, while Aiyuk and recent acquisition running back Christian McCaffrey star around him and handle more volume.

The 49ers aren’t exactly an offensive juggernaut to start with, relying on an excellent defense and the efficiency and turnover avoidance from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to guide them back to the playoffs, which seems eminently plausible. Fantasy managers get into a habit of playing their most popular, most rostered players they drafted early rather than potential top options. We’re guilty of this in ranking players, too. Samuel was incredible last season. He caught 1,405 yards worth of passes on an NFL-best 18.2 yards per catch, ran for 365 yards and scored 14 total touchdowns.

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This season is not going nearly as well, and perhaps it is time fantasy managers stop expecting things to change. Aiyuk is blossoming in his third season, well on his way to 1,000 receiving yards, as he has topped 80 yards in four consecutive contests, along with three touchdowns. No, Aiyuk doesn’t get chances to run the football traditionally, like Samuel does, but then again, will Samuel continue to earn the chances he did last season? McCaffrey boasts 57 touches in his three 49ers games and another running back, Elijah Mitchell, earned 19 touches in Week 10, his first game since Week 1.

So it is that Samuel is reasonably on the hot seat for fantasy purposes, not as someone in danger of losing considerable value, but someone to evaluate each week — which managers might not have been doing — just in case one has the depth to activate better wide receivers. For example, isn’t Aiyuk just as good or even a better option this week? Our rankings laugh at this possibility, but Week 4 was the last game in which Samuel actually outscored Aiyuk for fantasy purposes. McCaffrey was a Carolina Panther then. Samuel’s role has clearly changed, no?

Perhaps Samuel dominates the Cardinals on Monday and makes any debate look ridiculous, but fantasy managers should always remain open-minded about their weekly lineups, trades and everything else, even when — and perhaps especially when — it comes to the bigger-name players, those we drafted early. The best way to do this is not to rely on statistics from the previous season. I ranked Samuel as a WR2 for this week. His upside remains tremendous, and perhaps he doesn’t need myriad touches to reach it. I also ranked Aiyuk as a WR2. Hmm, something to consider.

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Get your lineups set for your Week 11 fantasy football matchups with analysis for each of the games left to be played, last-minute pickup options, and our take on the biggest stories of the weekend.

Fantasy Field Pass
Field Yates on replacing Kupp, how to value Taylor, McCaffrey, Mitchell..

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Eric Karabell puts Deebo Samuel among players under most pressure in Week 11.

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Matt Bowen offers names to consider if you need a bye-week fill-in or if you’re streaming at a position.

Here’s a look at other situations to keep an eye on in advance of Week 11:

There are quarterbacks who are playing well (and not so well), but with higher-profile backups in the wings in case they stumble. Washington’s Taylor Heinicke is obvious. He’s winning, but overrated Carson Wentz is healthy. The Saints’ Andy Dalton is another. Jameis Winston awaits. And then there’s Atlanta’s Marcus Mariota. He’s not winning, and rookie Desmond Ridder awaits. … Denver’s Russell Wilson is hardly playing well, but what could be gained by sitting him for Brett Rypien? Eh, why bother? … Does it matter who plays QB for Carolina?

Running back

Fantasy managers are going to assume the Bears’ David Montgomery is a great play now that Khalil Herbert (hip) is out at least a month. That seems dangerous. … The Patriots’ Damien Harris is healthy, but is it too late for him to help fantasy managers with Rhamondre Stevenson thriving? … The Ravens are interesting but hard to figure. Gus Edwards might play, and if he does, much will be expected. Kenyan Drake has filled in nicely, though. … The current Chiefs backs getting touches (Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon) have pressure to keep that going, or perhaps we see the original starter (Clyde Edwards-Helaire) again. … People will rely on the Rams’ Darrell Henderson Jr. Intriguing Kyren Williams awaits.

Wide receiver

We’ll start with the Rams’ Allen Robinson II. Someone has to replace Cooper Kupp, and Robinson has the big name. I think Ben Skowronek and Van Jefferson have just as good a chance to shine, but few seem to agree. … Houston’s Brandin Cooks has four consecutive games with only four catches. He has scored one touchdown all season and led the Texans in receiving yards in only two games. Why is he still so popular? … Devin Duvernay of the Ravens caught one pass in the team’s most recent game. Rashod Bateman is out. Is Demarcus Robinson a better choice than Duvernay?


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Manila Southwoods, one of the country’s premier golf clubs, is fielding four members of the Philippine team and a Korean national training squad member in its bid to extend its domination in the 72nd Fil-Am Invitational team championships slated in the first week of December.

Kristoffer Arevalo, who will anchor the country’s campaign in the Nomura Cup this month, leads the Carmona-based squad. He will be joined by Aidric Chan, Carl Corpus and Gab Manotoc who went to college in the United States.

The team’s newest addition is 18-year-old Jeff Jung who hopes to follow in the footsteps of former Southwoods member Tom Kim, a two-time winner in the PGA Tour at the age of 20.
Southwoods is the prohibitive favorite in the Fil championship division.

The roster was announced by non-playing captain Thirdy Escano.

“We’re just playing for second place,” conceded businessman Rodel Mangulabnan, a key member of the Forest Hills squad.

Sixteen-year-old Edison Tabalin, the Singha Thailand Junior world champion, is reinforcing Forest Hills whose lineup includes Rocky Co, Gus Pacheco and Joshua Buenaventura.

The Antipolo-based has played second fiddle to Southwoods in the last several stagings but general manager Raymond Bunquin is not losing hope.

“We always field our strongest team and if all falls into place then we will be there,” Bunquin said. “Our guys practice and prepare not only for this event but on a weekly basis. Our long-time captain Raffy Garcia is always there for guidance.”

Southwoods also has a formidable team in the Am division led by Josh Jorge, Leandro Bagtas, Lanz Uy and Masaichi Otake, all members of the 2021 champion squad. Reinforcing them are Shinichi Suzuki and Marc Lu.

A total of 240 teams or 1,200 players are entered in the annual tournament spread over two weeks at Camp Hohn Hay Golf Club and Baguio Country Club. The number is near the pandemic level in 2019 when 156 teams played.

The seniors’ event, featuring the keenly-awaited showdown between Manila Southwoods and Luisita, will be played 26 November to 1 December.

The regular tournament is scheduled for 6 to 11 December.

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Best bets for the six $1 million PFL title fights

The 2022 PFL season comes to an end Friday, as all six weight classes will crown a champion at the PFL World Championships at Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden in New York (ESPN+ PPV at 8 p.m. ET, with prelims on ESPN+ at 5:30 p.m.).

In the main event, Kayla Harrison will go for her third straight win of the women’s lightweight season title as she fights Larissa Pacheco. Harrison has defeated Pacheco twice in PFL competition, most recently beating Pacheco to claim the title in 2019 via unanimous decision. Harrison is ranked No. 8 in ESPN’s women’s pound-for-pound rankings.

Also on the card, Bubba Jenkins will fight Brendan Loughnane in the co-main event for the men’s featherweight championship and former UFC bantamweight Aspen Ladd makes her PFL featherweight debut against Julia Budd.

ESPN betting expert Ian Parker shares his insights and analysis on each of the six title fights, as well as PFL’s first women’s featherweight bout.

Previous fights between Harrison and Pacheco went the distance, with Harrison winning both by unanimous decision. While both fighters have evolved over the years, Pacheco has improved her striking and still has potent KO power, which Harrison will need to pay attention to.

Regardless of the opponent, look for Harrison to do what she does best: Get the fight to the ground and dominate. Expect a lot of clinching against the cage early on, and eventually it will go to the mat. The moneyline odds on Harrison (-650) are too high, and there very well might be people that are giving Pacheco a puncher’s chance. However, I am going in a different direction. As a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt, Pacheco has skill on the mat that I think will allow her to fend off Harrison from finishing her early, even if the fight hits the ground. Over 1.5 rounds.

Men’s featherweight: Brendan Loughnane vs. Bubba Jenkins

I am surprised Loughnane is the favorite here based on the overall performance of both fighters this season. Loughnane will have the better boxing, but Jenkins isn’t far behind.

The difference in this fight will be Jenkins’ wrestling. If he can use his striking to successfully set up his takedowns, then Loughnane will be doing more defending than bringing the fight to Jenkins. Jenkins to win (+135).

Heavyweight: Ante Delija vs. Matheus Scheffel

Delija was and still is my pick to win the heavyweight championship. As long as he doesn’t get reckless, this should be a relatively easy win for him. He is the better fighter both as a striker and grappler. He also has a knockout over Scheffel earlier this season.

Don’t be surprised if Delija goes for an early takedown to avoid giving Scheffel any chance of landing a fight-ending punch. Look for Delija to dominate. Delija to win inside the distance.

Women’s featherweight: Aspen Ladd vs. Julia Budd

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I will make this simple: If Ladd can’t get the fight to the mat, she will lose this fight. Nothing that Ladd does should surprise Budd in this fight, as she has faced better wrestlers, strikers and grapplers throughout her career. Seeing Ladd as a 2-1 favorite is a surprise to me as she hasn’t won since 2019, and Budd has proved to be the better striker.

At underdog odds, take a flier on Budd. Budd to win (+180).

Men’s lightweight: Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Stevie Ray

Ray has shown his versatility this season, but he is taking on an opponent in Aubin-Mercier who is more skilled and continues to improve his overall game. Don’t expect this to be the most exciting fight, as we’ve seen Aubin-Mercier point his way to victory more often than not. But in this situation, a win is a win.

The odds are a little high on an Aubin-Mercier money line, so either place him in your parlay or take him to win by decision. Aubin-Mercier to win by decision.

This could finally be the year that Sy wins it all. As impressive as Taylor has been, Sy has the experience and has made all the adjustments needed to be a champion.

Expect Sy to use his newly found takedown defense to keep the fight standing and strike from a distance. If he can turn this into a kickboxing fight, which I believe he can, then Sy will be this season’s welterweight champ. Sy to win (-165).

Light heavyweight: Robert Wilkinson vs. Omari Akhmedov

Wilkinson can either strike from the outside to avoid the power of Akhmedov or take the fight to the mat, where he will have a grappling advantage. We’ve seen Akhmedov gas out in the past, and get dropped in two of his fights in the PFL.

As long as Wilkinson stays away from Akhmedov’s power, he should win. I don’t see how else Akhmedov wins other than by a knockout punch. And with Wilkinson so defensively sound, I don’t see that happening. Wilkinson to win (-190).

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Larissa Pacheco expects Kayla Harrison to return for 2023 season after she wins PFL title: “I’m going to win and she will not take that” |

Larissa Pacheco believes she is at her best ahead of her PFL Championship fight against Kayla Harrison.

Pacheco fought Harrison twice in 2019 in the regular season and for the inaugural PFL women’s lightweight title with Harrison winning both by decision. Since then, Pacheco believes she is a true lightweight now and has only improved since their first two fights.

“I could see what I was missing after the two fights against Kayla,” Pacheco said on Just Scrap Radio on “I was three years without fighting and I couldn’t prepare my body for the size and her grappling game. I’ve since been able to make myself stronger and prepare my body… I’m much better right now. I’ve been showing that in all my fights.”

Against Harrison, Pacheco is expecting the Olympic gold medalist to shoot early for a takedown. She doubts the champ will want to strike with her, but she is confident she will be able to keep it standing and get the win.

“I think she will try it very fast because she knows how good my punch is if I land,” Pacheco said. “I don’t think she has ever had a fighter against her with the power I do… It’s very hard to say what is going to happen but she is going to try and take me down. But I’m not going to tell you guys what my game plan is, but I think she will try and take me down, she doesn’t know my game.”

If Larissa Pacheco gets her hand raised, she also expects Kayla Harrison to enter the 2023 season. Harrison has made it clear she is not going to be part of next year’s season but Pacheco doubts that will be the case if she loses.

“Yeah, I believe so. I’m going to win, and she will not take that, she will come back (in the 2023 season) and will want to fight me again,” Pacheco said.

Along with beating Harrison and becoming a world champion, Pacheco will also win $1 million. She says that is life-changing money which will also help her become a better fighter.

“That’s going to completely change my life, I will be able to buy a house for myself and invest in my career and training. That will change my personal and professional life,” Pacheco concluded.

Do you think Larissa Pacheco will beat Kayla Harrison?

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