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Quizzed on whether he is the father, which could lead to a long jail sentence, Eremin said: 'No, absolutely not.I would not have come here if I had anything to do with the pregnancy of my step-daughter.'He told the audience: 'I am ready to undertake a DNA test and to prove that I am not the father of this child.'I am afraid of nothing.Lviv regional police say a criminal investigation has been opened relating to underage sex.Police say they have ordered separate DNA tests over the paternity and point out that the neighbour can face prosecution over his admission of sex with the girl when she was 11.We’re done with Thursday games for the remainder of the season, but we still have two Saturday games this week, so make sure all of your lineup needs for those games are set early on.As for the token disclaimer, the goal of this article is to provide a top-down, statistical snapshot for each game each week, running down weekly point spreads, team totals, play calling splits, and statistical bullet points on the players and teams involved.'I received a call from the laboratory in Lviv and they said it was not him.'Andriy's father Oleg had paid for this DNA test in Lviv. I told Tanya about the test and asked her - so who was it then? Tanya told me: 'Mama, it was Andriy, our neighbour.' From the hospital I went straight to the police.'Tanya said that throughout her pregnancy, she didn't have any symptoms. And neighbour Alexandra Virt claimed: 'All of us could see that Tanya was pregnant.'We told her mother many times about it, I told her, other our women told her. I even told Ivan: 'Your Tanya is pregnant.''He said: 'What are you talking about? I know who is suspected but I don't want to talk about it.'Half brother Viktor Dimiyon said: 'I am not guilty and I don't know who is the father of her child.'Baby Diana was recently baptised in an Orthodox church when Ivan Eremin held the baby with his wife.
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The Jets have allowed the fourth-fewest receptions to opposing tight ends, but have allowed the third-most touchdowns) Jaguars @ 49ers Trust: Blake Bortles (he’s been a QB1 in four straight weeks and has 16 or more points in seven of his past eight games while the 49ers have allowed 16.9 or more points to seven of the past nine quarterbacks they’ve faced with only Drew Stanton and Mitchell Trubisky being the exceptions of that group) Bust: Jimmy Garoppolo (while his performance to date has been a success, he has thrown just two touchdowns while this is by far his toughest matchup where that touchdown production can’t be expected to see an uptick), Carlos Hyde (he’s lost his receiving floor, which is why he’s posted just 66, 78 and 39 yards from scrimmage over the past three weeks and we can’t chase a touchdown against the Jags) Reasonable Return: Marquise Goodwin (he's had 99 or more yards in three straight games and while the matchup is tough, he should hang on to WR3 viability as the targets have nowhere else to go and the Jaguars have allowed six pass plays of 40 or more yards to opposing wide receivers over their past four games with four of those being touchdowns), Dede Westbrook / Keelan Cole (Westbrook still played more snaps and ran more routes than Cole last week, so their target volume could flip back to the way it was prior to last week's game, but both are on the board as options with Marqise Lee out against a 49ers team that has allowed double-digit points to seven wideouts over their past six games while we like Bortles to have a strong game), Leonard Fournette (he’s been a roller coaster here over the back half of the season in terms of availability and performance, but even with the 49ers being improved against backfields recently, he’s still going to be a high-volume option if he’s ready to return) Seahawks @ Cowboys Trust: Ezekiel Elliott (he’s not returning from injury and supposedly in even better shape than when he left based on the Apollo Creed running on the beach photos making the rounds while the Seattle defense has allowed 225 and 176 yards from scrimmage to the past two backfields they have faced), Russell Wilson (his first hiccup in two months was ill-timed, but everything that could go wrong did while the Cowboys have allowed multiple touchdown passes in six of their past seven games) Bust: Dak Prescott (the matchup is not as daunting with the Seattle defense still missing key pieces, but it’s hard to expect the light just switching completely back on for Prescott solely based on the return of Elliott after being the QB17 or lower in five of his past six games, especially with his pass catchers not being trustworthy options and Tyron Smith expected to be out or limited), Jason Witten (there’s not much of a floor or ceiling to latch onto he’s been the TE14 or lower in nine of his past 12 games regardless of matchup with just one reception in six of those games), Dez Bryant (it’s hard to elevate him above WR3 expectations as he now has just 21 targets over his past four games with three or fewer catches in three of those games), Mike Davis (he’s had one game in which he was higher than RB36 while running backs are not finding the end zone against the Cowboys since they are allowing so many passing scores), Jimmy Graham (you just have to keep pushing him out given the tight end landscape, but he’s had fewer than 40 yards in nine games while Dallas has allowed just four TE1 weeks on the season), Paul Richardson/Tyler Lockett (you can play either as a desperation target as no team allows wide receivers to score at a higher rate than the Cowboys, but without a touchdown, each have bottomless floors) Reasonable Return: Doug Baldwin (he’s had more than three receptions in just two of his past six games, but still has 70 yards or a touchdown in six of his past nine games while the Cowboys have struggled the most from lead receivers who primarily are involved in the slot) Giants @ Cardinals Bust: Eli Manning (looking for him to repeat last week’s performance on the road with the way the Cardinals have played since their bye is a lot to ask for), NYG RBs (Wayne Gallman once again out-snapped Orleans Darkwa, but Darkwa got the goal line the opportunity while Arizona is fifth in rushing points allowed to opposing backfields), Drew Stanton (he's more of a punt option in DFS that can hit value at cost than a true streaming choice in league play as the Giants are an inflating matchup, but Stanton was in the back half of scoring in each of his first two starts with one of those being an extremely favorable draw against the 49ers), Ricky Seals-Jones (you can always throw a worse dart than targeting a tight end facing the Giants as they’ve allowed a league-high 13 touchdowns to the position, but his usage did not move at all with Jermaine Gresham out last week as he ran just 12 routes and Gabbert is out from center, who was the one targeting Seal-Jones heavily) Reasonable Return: Sterling Shepard (he’s always a threat to get jammed with targets given the state of this offense and runs 83 percent of his routes from the slot, so he’ll avoid Patrick Peterson most of the afternoon, but anticipating another 50 plus pass attempts in totality from this passing game is in the lower range of outcomes), Evan Engram (Arizona has allowed just four TE1 weeks on the season and five or more receptions to just five players at the position, but his opportunity per game at his position is enough to keep him going through most matchups), Larry Fitzgerald (Stanton targeted Fitz the most of all Arizona passers so far while the Cardinals offense has been gutted since those early starts by Stanton), Elijhaa Penny (with Kerwynn Williams doubtful, he'll get the bulk of carries and touchdown chances against an exploitable run defense that has allowed over 100-yards rushing in each of three games on the road since their bye) Steelers @ Texans Trust: Le’Veon Bell (the touch-machine will be leaned on even more to close the season with Brown out and the Houston defense has allowed 148.5 yards from scrimmage to opposing backfields over their past six games), De Andre Hopkins (he has 14 or more points now in every game except for one despite an avalanche of awfulness thrown at him this season while the Steelers have been hurt downfield by opposing playmakers) Bust: Jesse James (he’s a touchdown or bust option as he’s third on the team in red zone targets for the year), Eli Rogers (both of his targets last week were near the end zone, but he had just three top-30 scoring weeks all last year when he had a better opportunity in this passing game), T.