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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 8-2-0.800W66959.72779.84
2 7-3-0.700L310913.68813.82
3 +36-4-0.600W49989.72909.10
4 6-4-0.600W34922.44799.62
5 -26-4-0.600L18912.44783.46
6 -15-5-0.500L23916.12818.46
7 +14-6-0.400W15794.82938.62
8 +14-6-0.400W22754.18845.28
9 -24-6-0.400L51661.90907.48
10 0-10-0.000L107790.981,020.32
* Rank change shown is from week 9 - 10

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  • 11/18, 8:59 am
    • Woodhead (hamstring) is eligible to play...

      Woodhead (hamstring) is eligible to play Sunday against the Packers after being activated off the IR-R on Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Woodhead injured his hamstring in Week 1 and has been sidelined since. The Ravens seemed optimistic regarding the veteran running back's status throughout the week, so this news does not come as too much of a surprise. He has been practicing with the team for two weeks, but it remains to be seen what type of workload he will see in his return. Javorius Allen figures to see his role as the prime pass-catching back take the biggest hit in Woodhead's return.

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  • 11/18, 7:31 am
    • Chancellor (neck) is not expected to...

      Chancellor (neck) is not expected to return this season, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: The Seahawks originally ruled Chancellor out for Week 11 after he was sidelined at practice throughout the week, but it now looks like his neck injury is severe enough to keep him out all season. Seattle's secondary will now be without Chancellor and Richard Sherman (Achilles) for the rest of the year, which certainly figures to affect the team's results on the field. Delano Hill, a rookie third-round pick, will presumably fill in for Chancellor.

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  • 11/18, 7:26 am
    • Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter told...

      Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Friday that Winston received a platelet-rich plasma injection about a week ago to address the AC joint sprain in his throwing shoulder.

      Analysis: Winston has begun light rehab activities for the shoulder injury, but has yet to resume practicing and will miss his second straight game Sunday against the Dolphins, paving the way for Ryan Fitzpatrick to draw another start at quarterback. It's expected that Winston will be reevaluated Monday, at which point he could be cleared to increase his activity. Even if Winston is able to get back on the practice field next week, it's far from a given that he would be able to play in the Buccaneers' subsequent contest Nov. 26 against the Falcons. In addition to managing the injury, Winston is also being invested by the NFL for an allegation that he groped an Uber driver in March 2016, according to a report that was first issued Friday by BuzzFeed. Depending on the findings of the investigation, Winston could be subject to discipline from the league.

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  • 11/17, 10:18 pm
    • Cornerback David Amerson is listed as...

      Cornerback David Amerson is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Patriots with a foot injury.

      Analysis: The Raiders defense hasn't exactly been good this season, with their 23.8 points per game and 361.1 yards per game ranking around the lower third of the league. This week they have a matchup with the Patriots in Mexico City, and it isn't comprehensive analysis to know this is a matchup to avoid. The Raiders have the fewest takeaways in the league (6) and do not have an interception through nine games (first time that has happened in NFL history!) and are tied for last in the NFL with only 13 sacks. New England is, per usual, one of the best offenses in the league, making the Raiders defense a fantasy option to avoid this week.

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  • 11/17, 9:55 pm
    • Defensive tackle Malcom Brown was a...

      Defensive tackle Malcom Brown was a limited participant in practice this week and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

      Analysis: The Patriots put in a solid performance against the anemic Broncos in Week 10, but will face the Raiders in Mexico City this week. In addition to the locale, this is an intriguing matchup because the New England defense hasn't allowed more than 17 points in a game since Week 4 after allowing 32/game through four games, but the team still allows a league worst 408.3 yards per game and especially struggles against the pass. The Raiders average only 21.8 points and feature a lackluster running attack, and QB Derek Carr has struggled to find consistency this season. Carr has still been able to light up defenses on occasion, and has thrown for at least 300 yards in three straight games, although one was a blowout loss. It remains to be seen which version of the Patriots defense is the "real" one, but they are playing quite well at the moment, although their inability to consistently sack the quarterback or force turnovers makes them a risky fantasy option.

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