Texans TE Pharaoh Brown (ankle/shoulder) did not practice Wednesday according to Nate Ulrich of The Beacon Journal.
Congrats on your excellent week Pharaoh! You're now in doubt to play Week 2 after having a statement game. Brown and Tyrod Taylor have chemistry on offense so his injuries could hurt what has worked for the Texans offense to this point.
There are a fair amount of mouths to feed within the Denver Broncos offense, but nonetheless, Hamler will have an opportunity to cut out a portion of the offense for himself as he returns from his own torn ACL that he suffered last season. A second-round pick in 2020, he has only seen the field in 17 career games, accruing a 35-455-3 stat line in the process.
Lamar Jackson will always cap the ceiling of any running back associated with his offense, but the RB1 in Baltimore still has plenty of upside. It would seem that the Ravens are more than likely to return to their extreme run-heavy rate in 2022 after finishing 32nd and 27th in neutral pass rate over the 2019 and 2020 seasons. If Dobbins has a full, healthy season, he will be a steal in the fifth round of fantasy drafts.
There have been reports all summer about Miles Sanders taking a multitude of reps with the 2nd team offense, and although coach Nick Sirianni is claiming that "everybody rotates," the Gainwell drumbeat has been sounding for months now. If Gainwell is the lead back in these high-leverage situations, he could sneak into FLEX territory by building on his 33-reception, six-touchdown rookie season.