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1 (2) 9-2-0.818W592,512.001,930.00
Division 1: Europa Division
1 (2) 9-2-0.818W592,512.001,930.00
2 (8) +15-6-0.455W261,967.002,132.00
3 (10) -34-7-0.364L782,034.002,153.00
4 (9) -14-7-0.364L252,187.002,384.00
Division 2: Americas Division
1 (4) -16-5-0.545W1122,111.002,141.00
2 (5) -15-6-0.455L122,026.002,133.00
3 (7) -15-6-0.455L211,712.001,925.00
4 (11) 4-7-0.364W272,248.002,113.00
Division 3: Pacific Division
1 (1) 10-1-0.909L142,628.001,987.00
2 (3) +26-5-0.545W2102,202.002,040.00
3 (6) +45-6-0.455W132,096.002,320.00
4 (12) 3-8-0.273L2111,909.002,374.00
* Rank change shown is from week 10 - 11


League Player News

  • 11/21, 11:00 pm
    • The Titans boast the second-ranked scoring...

      The Titans boast the second-ranked scoring defense (18.9 PPG) in the NFL entering their Week 12 matchup with the Texans.

      Analysis: The Titans entered last week riding high off their dismantling of the Patriots in Week 10, but following it up with the 38-10 loss to the Colts that saw them allow 24 first-half points. Prior to that embarrassing effort the last time Tennessee allowed at least 24 points in an entire game was their Week 1 loss to the Dolphins. The Texans offense hasn't been anything special through most of the season as they are middle of the pack in both scoring (23.9 PPG) and total offense (364.2 YPG), but they are near the bottom of the league with 33 sacks allowed. The Titans inability to force turnovers -- ranked 25th with nine -- limits their value somewhat, but this remains a solid matchup as they have been a reliable defense thus far in 2018.

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  • 11/21, 10:47 pm
    • The Texans have the seventh-ranked total...

      The Texans have the seventh-ranked total defense (330.5 YPG) entering their Week 12 game against the Titans.

      Analysis: Houston has a similarly ranked scoring defense -- 20.5 PPG ranks seventh -- and are allowing an even better 16.2 points over their last six games. The Texans managed to hold the Redskins under 300 yards of offense last week and safety Justin Reid made perhaps the play of the game with a 101-yard interception return for a touchdown to flip the script on a red-zone opportunity. The Titans have been a bottom-five offense for the year with 17.8 PPG and 295.4 YPG, but have shown competency at times when QB Marcus Mariota has lived up to his draft pedigree. On paper this is a great matchup for the Texans as they come off their bye week to face the Titans in Houston.

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  • 11/21, 10:24 pm
    • The Steelers enter their Week 12...

      The Steelers enter their Week 12 game against the Broncos with the sixth-ranked total defense (326.8 YPG).

      Analysis: The Steelers also rank 10th in scoring defense (22.5 PPG) and haven't allowed an opponent to score more than 21 points since the Ravens put up 26 points in Week 4. The major strength for Pittsburgh this season has been their pass rush as they lead the NFL with 37 sacks. The Broncos do protect QB Case Keenum relatively well, but are generally an inconsistent that is without a playmaker following the trade of WR Demaryius Thomas late last month. The Steelers have played well defensively this season while the Broncos have been consistently inconsistent, making this a relatively safe matchup for Pittsburgh, if not a bit unexciting.

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  • 11/21, 9:47 pm
    • The Raiders feature the 26th-ranked total...

      The Raiders feature the 26th-ranked total defense (387.4 YPG) entering their Week 12 matchup with the Ravens.

      Analysis: The Raiders also have the 30th-ranked scoring defense (29.3 PPG), although they have fared better allowing 20.5 points over the last two weeks. Oakland also has only nine sacks for the season and are near the bottom of the league with nine takeaways. The Ravens broke in rookie QB Lamar Jackson with 21 carries for 117 yards last week against the Bengals, and could take a similar run-heavy approach this week against the Raiders porous run defense, assuming Joe Flacco (hip) remains sidelined. The Raiders remains a fantasy defense to avoid in the vast majority of circumstances regardless of opponent.

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  • 11/21, 9:34 pm
    • The Jets enter their Week 12...

      The Jets enter their Week 12 game against the Patriots with the 18th-ranked total defense (361.6 YPG).

      Analysis: The Jets were a popular Week 10 pickup as they faced the scuffling Bills, but then allowed 41 points and 451 yards of offense while recording only one sack and forcing no turnovers to the chagrin of many. Meanwhile QB Tom Brady and the Patriots continue to feature one of the better offenses in the league, but they're coming off a similarly disappointing 10-point effort against the Titans. Regardless of the previous week's results for both teams, the Jets remain an ill-advised option, especially with tight end Rob Gronkowski (back) is expected to make his return for the Patriots

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