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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 9-1-0.900W6191,050.88812.54
2 9-1-0.900W820859.52684.96
3 +37-3-0.700W216978.82857.50
4 +17-3-0.700W515794.70655.66
5 -26-4-0.600L114894.56761.60
6 -26-4-0.600L313931.42882.80
7 +16-4-0.600W112759.16678.56
8 +55-5-0.500W111807.06792.60
9 +35-5-0.500W310884.28767.10
10 -35-5-0.500L19763.66886.18
11 -25-5-0.500L28674.50742.30
12 -25-5-0.500L57825.42835.66
13 +25-5-0.500W218731.08721.64
14 -34-6-0.400L217819.84812.44
15 -14-6-0.400L16792.32835.62
16 +13-7-0.300W15759.74772.12
17 +13-7-0.300W14760.18987.58
18 -23-7-0.300L43702.42882.44
19 2-8-0.200L12619.02846.54
20 1-9-0.100L71772.80965.54
* Rank change shown is from week 9 - 10

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  • 11/14, 8:10 am
    • Bailey notched two tackles and one...

      Bailey notched two tackles and one sack during Sunday's victory over the Cardinals.

      Analysis: The ninth-year veteran flashed on a number of plays Sunday starting with his fifth sack of the season, but also an instance when he single-handedly took down All-Pro running back David Johnson behind the line of scrimmage. Bailey also had a nice quarterback hit in the red zone that led to an incompletion. Kansas City will need another productive game out of him this weekend when the Chiefs will attempt to slow down the high-powered Rams offense.

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  • 11/14, 8:03 am
    • Coach Doug Pederson that Sproles' main...

      Coach Doug Pederson that Sproles' main focus for this week will be continuing to train and rehab his hamstring injury, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

      Analysis: The Eagles aren't officially listing Sproles as out for Sunday's game against the Saints, but the fact that Pederson didn't offer any indication the running back is close to returning to practice suggests the 35-year-old's absence will extend through another week. Sproles may need to demonstrate meaningful progress in his rehab this week in order to avoid a move to injured reserve, which would spell an end to his season.

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  • 11/14, 4:13 am
    • Thomas will be more involved in...

      Thomas will be more involved in the offense this coming Sunday against the Redskins, Drew Dougherty of the Texans' official site reports.

      Analysis: Thomas made his Houston debut in Week 9, when he caught three passes for 61 yards -- all in the first quarter -- but plans are afoot to expand his role and target him all four quarters. The veteran wideout used the Week 10 bye to absorb more of the Texans' playbook, something coach Bill O'Brien made notice of during this week's first practice session. "Get out there today, have a lot of plays we ran in practice today, [Thomas] knew where to line up, change his position, change his identity by personnel, knew what to do," O'Brien said. "I think we're going to make a lot of strides with him from week to week." Week 11 presents a favorable matchup for Thomas, who will line up against a Washington defense that ranks 25th against the pass (270.1 YPG) and 30th against opposing wide receivers (192.4 YPG).

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  • 11/13, 10:21 pm
    • Croom was on the field for...

      Croom was on the field for 60 percent of the offensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Jets but was not targeted in the passing game.

      Analysis: Croom's playing time went way up with Charles Clay shelved with a hamstring injury, but nothing much came of it even with the Bills having their biggest offensive day of the season. The Bills are taking a good look at many of their younger players in what's turned out to be a rebuilding season, so Croom will continue to have a small role even if Clay returns to action following the team's Week 11 bye. That role won't yield more than a few sprinkled catches, however.

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  • 11/13, 9:51 pm
    • The Saints have allowed a league-best...

      The Saints have allowed a league-best 80.1 rushing yards per game. They play the Eagles in Week 11.

      Analysis: The Eagles' backfield tandem of Wendell Smallwood and Corey Clement is shaky, as it's been kept under 80 yards twice in the last three games. The Saints will look to swallow them up while focusing on an Eagles' pass attack that now features WR Golden Tate to complement a strong group of pass catchers. The Saints are on the opposite end of the spectrum with their pass defense, ranking 31st in the league and have only 21 sacks to show for it. However, their knack for turnovers lately -- five in the past three outings -- keeps them fantasy relevant in 12-team leagues.

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