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1 (2) +14-2-0.667W221,179.001,052.00
Division 1: Europa Division
1 (2) +14-2-0.667W221,179.001,052.00
2 (4) -24-2-0.667L112880.00916.00
3 (6) +43-3-0.500W27941.00992.00
4 (7) +43-3-0.500W15842.001,022.00
Division 2: Americas Division
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2 (3) +14-2-0.667W191,128.00909.00
3 (5) 3-3-0.500L1111,002.00958.00
4 (9) -22-4-0.333L43928.00923.00
Division 3: Pacific Division
1 (8) -22-4-0.333L241,016.001,070.00
2 (10) +22-4-0.333W110923.00966.00
3 (11) -22-4-0.333L28914.00973.00
4 (12) -42-4-0.333L16909.001,158.00
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League Player News

  • 10/21, 3:10 pm
    • DE Andre Branch is listed as...

      DE Andre Branch is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, but was able to practice fully Thursday and Friday.

      Analysis: Branch seems likely to play as does CB Xavien Howard (ankle), who is also listed as questionable. The Dolphins' defense is allowing only 16.8 points per game and has yet to allow more than 20 points in a game this season. Miami has not been particularly successful at forcing turnovers in 2017 with only one interception and three fumbles, but have allowed only nine touchdowns in five games. The Jets beat the Dolphins 20-6 in their Week 3 game, but Miami's offense hung their defense out to dry with a putrid offensive display. A game against Josh McCown and the Jets is a home run matchup on paper, but the Dolphins inability to force turnovers and their offense's ineptitude at moving the ball mean this matchup may not be as advantageous as you would initially expect.

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  • 10/21, 2:34 pm
    • FS Tashaun Gipson (neck) was a...

      FS Tashaun Gipson (neck) was a limited participant in practice this week and is not guaranteed to play against the Colts on Sunday.

      Analysis: Gipson had a two-interception performance against the Steelers in Week 5, but thankfully the rest of the Jaguars secondary remains in good health. Jacksonville has a favorable matchup against the Andrew Luck-less Colts this week, and will hope to add to their league-leading 10 interceptions. Indianapolis QB Jacoby Brissett has been solid and has thrown only three interceptions, but has been sacked 15 times this season. The Jaguars are allowing 18.3 points per game and the Colts only average 19.8 points, so it seems unlikely to be a high-scoring contest. WR T.Y. Hilton poses the biggest threat for the Colts, but A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey have essentially been lockdown corners. The Jaguars may not explode with the defensive touchdowns that have seemed so abundant this season, but this road matchup with the Colts is a relatively safe bet for a quality defense.

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  • 10/21, 1:53 pm
    • The Colts' defensive starters are fully...

      The Colts' defensive starters are fully healthy as they will play the Jaguars at home Sunday.

      Analysis: The Colts are allowing a league-worst 32.5 points per game thus far this season, which is five points worse than the next defense. Indianapolis gave up almost 500 yards of offense to Marcus Mariota and the Titans in Week 6, and were unable to put pressure on the injured quarterback. Facing Blake Bortles and the Jaguars' depleted receiving corp this week is a welcome sight, but rookie running back Leonard Fournette has the potential to run wild as the Colts allow 114.2 rushing yards per game and have given up eight rushing touchdowns. Fournette (ankle) is listed as questionable, which could force Bortles to throw more than the Jaguars would typically prefer and could provide opportunities for a Colts defense that has seven interceptions on the season. The Colts could be a boom-or-bust option this week if Fournette is unable to play, but their track record so far this season doesn't inspire much confidence.

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  • 10/21, 1:20 pm
    • Ayers (knee) practiced fully on Friday...

      Ayers (knee) practiced fully on Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 7 tilt against the Bills, Jenna Laine of reports.

      Analysis: Ayers had been limited Thursday, so Friday's upgrade in activity level has him trending in the right direction to suit up Sunday against the Bills. The veteran defensive end followed a similar practice pattern during Week 6 prep due to a back injury before taking the field against the Cardinals and playing 47 snaps.

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  • 10/21, 1:15 pm
    • David (ankle) was able to practice...

      David (ankle) was able to practice fully Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 7 tilt against the Bills, Jenna Laine of reports.

      Analysis: David made a successful return from a three-game absence in Week 6 against the Cardinals, returning a Larry Fitzgerald fumble 21 yards for a touchdown and logging three solo stops overall over a robust 61 snaps. The 27-year-old was a limited participant both Wednesday and Thursday, so Friday's ramp-up in activity bodes well for his chances of taking the field Sunday. With Kwon Alexander (hamstring) likely to suit up against the Bills as well, the Bucs defense could have its full complement of first-team linebackers available for the first time since the Week 2 opener.

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