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1 (4) 9-5-0.643W652,119.001,843.00
Division 1: Invaders Division
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
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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  • 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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  • 12/11, 6:44 pm
    • Hightower recorded two solo tackles and...

      Hightower recorded two solo tackles and a sack during Sunday's 34-33 loss to the Dolphins.

      Analysis: Hightower added one of New England's five sacks, though that wasn't enough to leave Miami with a victory. That was Hightower's first sack of the season, and he'll look to keep it going in a pivotal matchup with the Steelers on Sunday.

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  • 12/11, 6:34 pm
    • The Cardinals have held their last...

      The Cardinals have held their last two opponents to just 17 points. They play the Falcons in Week 15.

      Analysis: These two teams are an even matchup, as the Cardinals pass defense ranks fourth in the league while the Falcons pass offense ranks fourth as well. The Cardinals may look poised to stand their own as they've held their last eight opponents under 240 passing yards while the Falcons have failed to post more than 20 points in any of their last five games. Arizona D/ST suffers from just two turnovers since its Week 9 bye, but they rank seventh with 39 sacks and are up against an offensive line that hasn't protected QB Matt Ryan well this year. The floor remains low, however, as the Falcons showed the ability to explode offensively earlier this year.

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  • 12/11, 6:28 pm
    • Flowers added four solo tackles and...

      Flowers added four solo tackles and two sacks in Sunday's 34-33 loss to the Dolphins. He also forced a fumble.

      Analysis: The Patriots pressured Ryan Tannehill all day, accumulating five total sacks, two of which came from Flowers. He also jarred the ball loose from Frank Gore, though Miami ultimately recovered the fumble. The fourth-year defensive end has 6.5 sacks on the season, including four in the past three games.

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  • 12/11, 6:21 pm
    • Garrett posted five tackles (four solo)...

      Garrett posted five tackles (four solo) and a sack during Sunday's 26-20 win over the Panthers.

      Analysis: Garrett continues adding to his career-high 12.5 sacks. He has 3.5 sacks in the past three games, leaving little doubt he was worth the No. 1 overall pick in 2017. Garrett doesn't rack up the tackle numbers, but he's almost guaranteed to bring down the quarterback at least once a game.

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