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TE Niles Paul - Washington Redskins

6-1, 224Born: 8-9-1989College: NebraskaDrafted: Round 5

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Washington Redskins TE Niles Paul (leg) was carted off the field and given an air cast Thursday, Aug. 13. It was later revealed that Paul will miss the entire 2015 season.

Week 12: vs New York Giants

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Mark and Joe say: Great matchup. These two rivals last met in Week Three, when Washington lost 21-32. The team managed 30/49 for 316 yards passing, one TD and two interceptions thrown behind Kirk Cousins in that game, and he has remained at the helm for this club ever since. This week, Cousins comes into the rematch with 'both boots on' now that DeSean Jackson (eight targets for 5/87/1 receiving vs. Carolina last week) is back on the field. Jordan Reed (nine for 6/96/0), Pierre Garcon (12 for 5/64/0) and Jamison Crowder (one for 1/5/0 last week in a disappointing effort) are the other main targets for Cousins (22/30 for 207 yards passing, one TD and one interception thrown at the Panthers last week) here in Week 12. The Giants' pass D is ranked 32nd in the NFL averaging 309.9 net yards allowed per game, with just 12 sacks generated all year (tied for dead last in the NFL). They have allowed 19 passing scores (almost two per game over 10 contests) but have generated 14 interceptions (tied for second in the NFL in interceptions). The Giants are second in the NFL with a +12 turnover differential (14 interceptions and eight fumble recoveries vs 10 turnovers of their own). This team is ranked second-most in the NFL over the past four weeks (three games) in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks (32.3 per game), second-most in fantasy points given up to opposing tight ends (15.4), and third-most in fantasy points given up to opposing wide receivers (33.2 on average during that time span). This is a great matchup for the Washington pass offense.

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