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Description: Outside linebacker Shea McClellin is inactive for the Monday night game against the Jets.
Insight: Chicago has also deactivated cornerback Sherrick McManis, defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff and offensive lineman Roberto Garza and Matt Slauson. Defensive end Jared Allen and free safety Chris Conte are active.
Description: Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay had three RBI on two singles against the Cubs on Monday.
Insight: Jay has struggled late, but he remained in the lineup on Monday evern against a left-handed pitcher although Jay has hit better against lefties than righties this year. He is hitting .306 with 22 extra-base hits and 44 RBI.
Description: Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright joined Clayton Kershaw in the 20 wins club in 2014.
Insight: Wainwright threw seven scoreless innings against the Cubs on Monday, allowing just three hits and one walk and striking out eight. Wainwright has been on fire in September. He is 5-0 with a 1.38 ERA.
Description: Detroit PF/C Greg Monroe has been suspended for two games after pleading guilty to a DUI.
Insight: The loss of two games shouldn\'t change his fantasy value over an 82-game schedule. He averaged 15.2 ppg, 9.3 rpg and 2.1 apg last season. Monroe\'s season debut is now Nov 1 against the Brooklyn Nets.
Description: It is not out of the question for Tyler Myers to return to the 40-point level for the 2014-2015 season.
Insight: Myers has not reached the 40-point mark again since his rookie season in 2008-2009, the year he won the Calder Trophy as the league\'s top rookie. Myers, however, played much better under coach Ted Nolan, who took over mid-way through last year. He will also be paired with his good friend, Josh Gorges, on the blue line.
Description: Sabres right wing Drew Stafford is trying to repeat his 30-goal season from the 2009-2010 season.
Insight: Stafford told the Buffalo News that the Sabres enter this season with higher expectations despite finishing last year with the fewest points in the NHL. With the right linemates, Stafford could threaten the 30-goal mark again, but with his situation in flex, he is not a player worth spending a high pick on in the draft. We see Stafford in the 15-20 goal range this year.