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1 (1) +12-0-01.000W27306.00254.00
Division 1: Invaders Division
1 (1) +12-0-01.000W27306.00254.00
2 (3) 2-0-01.000W25264.00189.00
3 (7) 0-2-0.000L22224.00303.00
4 (8) -20-2-0.000L21219.00267.00
Division 2: Avengers Division
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3 (5) -41-1-0.500L18273.00301.00
4 (6) -10-2-0.000L23263.00305.00
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League Player News

  • 9/20, 5:23 pm
    • Jackson signed to the Colts' practice...

      Jackson signed to the Colts' practice squad Friday.

      Analysis: Jackson was previously on the Cowboys' practice squad before getting let go. All-in-all he has suited up for four career NFL games, compiling 16 yards on 6 carries in the process. With four running backs on the Colts' depth chart, Jackson has the potential to be called up if one of them ultimately miss time due to injury.

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  • 9/20, 5:03 pm
    • Ansah (shoulder) is set to make...

      Ansah (shoulder) is set to make his season debut Sunday against the Saints, Brady Henderson of reports.

      Analysis: Head coach Pete Carroll indicated that Ansah is in good shape and could see a relatively healthy workload right out of the gate. His debut has been widely anticipated by Seahawks' fans, as he will be lining up opposite the recently acquired Jadeveon Clowney at defensive end. The duo are expected to form quite the pass-rushing tandem.

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  • 9/20, 4:51 pm
    • Moncrief is expected to have a...

      Moncrief is expected to have a reduced role in the offense after rookie Diontae Johnson was named a starting wide receiver, Josh Rowntree of 93.7 The Fan Pittsburgh reports.

      Analysis: Moncrief was penciled in as a starter upon signing with the Steelers in March and remained there after the draft and throughout the offseason program, training camp and preseason slate. He suffered a dislocated finger in late July, which lingered into the season and may explain his issue with drops after two games (he has five on his 11 targets). With a reduction in snaps on tap, Moncrief will yield his standing as a vertical threat to Johnson as the Steelers transition to an offense directed by Mason Rudolph due to Ben Roethlisberger's season-ending elbow injury.

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  • 9/20, 4:27 pm
    • While Johnson doesn't have a listing...

      While Johnson doesn't have a listing on the Cardinals' final Week 3 injury report, he was wearing a brace on his left wrist at Friday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

      Analysis: Johnson missed a stretch of Week 2 action to have the wrist examined but returned and handled 60 percent of the offensive snaps by game's end. He also scored his first rushing touchdown of the season but otherwise managed just 14 yards from scrimmage on eight touches. His backup, Chase Edmonds, got the remaining 40 percent of the plays on offense, which translated to three touches for 17 yards. While it's unclear whether or not Johnson will require a brace on his left wrist on game days, the Cardinals seem prepared to split up the work in some fashion between the two backs, if needed.

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  • 9/20, 4:00 pm
    • Smith caught two of his three...

      Smith caught two of his three targets for 20 yards in Week 3 against Jacksonville.

      Analysis: Smith continues to work behind Delanie Walker -- who led the team in targets -- but drew his most significant work of the season on Thursday. While the Titans heavily targeted tight ends in 2018, the additions of Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown have shifted target distribution. That said, Smith won't see enough volume to be fantasy relevant unless Walker suffers an injury.

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