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      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (4) 9-5-0.643W652,119.001,843.00
Division 1: Invaders Division
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (4) 9-5-0.643W652,119.001,843.00
2 (6) 4-10-0.286L531,673.001,914.00
3 (7) 3-11-0.214L621,415.001,965.00
4 (8) 2-12-0.143L111,614.001,976.00
Division 2: Avengers Division
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) +110-4-0.714W181,898.001,711.00
2 (2) +110-4-0.714W272,183.001,846.00
3 (3) -210-4-0.714L162,050.001,779.00
4 (5) 8-6-0.571W141,843.001,761.00
* Rank change shown is from week 13 - 14

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  • J.J. Watt DL-HOU
    12/11, 7:36 pm
    • Watt (knee) recorded two tackles, both...

      Watt (knee) recorded two tackles, both solo, a sack and a pass defensed across 63 snaps in Sunday's loss to the Colts.

      Analysis: Watt was limited early in the week as he continues to nurse a lingering knee injury. However, he hasn't been slowed down on Sundays, as he now has 12 sacks on the season -- tying him for third-highest total in the league.

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  • 12/11, 7:31 pm
    • The Bears lead the league with...

      The Bears lead the league with 34 turnovers. They play the Packers in Week 15.

      Analysis: The Bears forced two turnovers against the Packers in their Week 1 matchup, as backup QB DeShone Kizer threw a pick and fumbled while Aaron Rodgers' knee was being evaluated. Rodgers is near full health now, which limits the Bears' chances for turnovers as he has thrown just one interception this season. Still, he's been dropped 14 times in the last four games, setting the Bears up to tack on to their 40 sacks, which is tied for fourth in the league. The Bears may not live up to their standard performance in this outing, but they have enough juice to be a universal start during fantasy playoffs.

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  • 12/11, 7:20 pm
    • The Packers have forced just five...

      The Packers have forced just five turnovers since their Week 7 bye. They play the Bears in Week 15.

      Analysis: The Packers opened the season with a thriller against the Bears as their defense stood strong and allowed just six points in the second half. The Bears still rely on their defense to win games, but their offense has shown glimpses of fire since that matchup as it has settled into coach Matt Nagy's new scheme. In fact, they rank seventh in the league with 27.6 points per game, although a good portion of that comes from a defense that constantly brings turnovers to the pay dirt. The Packers should be able to hold their own, but their turnover capabilities have been inconsistent and will leave this unit as a bubble option in 16-team settings.

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  • 12/11, 7:03 pm
    • The Lions have held four of...

      The Lions have held four of their last five opponents under 100 rushing yards. They play the Bills in Week 15.

      Analysis: The Lions strength against the rush may be exploited by Bills QB Josh Allen, who has scampered for 99 or more rushing yards in each of his last three outings. That hasn't produced much as the Bills averaged 21.3 points and still turned the ball over six times in that span. The Lions aren't ball hawks by any means and rank 25th in the league with just 13 forced turnovers, but they're bound to find a few against a rookie signal caller who will feel pressure if he's without his best weapon -- RB LeSean McCoy, who may not play due to a hamstring injury. Confidently start the Lions D/ST in fantasy playoffs.

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  • 12/11, 6:50 pm
    • The Falcons rank 29th in the...

      The Falcons rank 29th in the league with 11 turnovers. They play the Cardinals in Week 15.

      Analysis: The Cardinals offense has been lethargic with rookie Josh Rosen under center, ranking last in the league with 13.7 points per game and turning the ball over 23 times in 13 games. Their offensive power hasn't turned up lately, but they have a better grasp on the ball with just two turnovers in the last three contests. The Falcons struggle to take the ball away, so they may not have an easy time reversing the trend. Nevertheless, the floor is solid as they'll likely be able to hold the Cardinals below 20 points and take any turnovers or sacks as icing on the cake. Feel confident starting this unit in 12-team leagues.

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