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1 (1) 10-4-0.714W172,100.001,789.00
Division 1: Invaders Division
1 (1) 10-4-0.714W172,100.001,789.00
2 (6) 6-8-0.429W581,702.001,791.00
3 (7) +15-9-0.357W121,759.001,818.00
4 (8) -14-10-0.286L511,408.001,845.00
Division 2: Avengers Division
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2 (3) 8-6-0.571L151,966.001,930.00
3 (4) +17-7-0.500W241,769.001,799.00
4 (5) -17-7-0.500L131,806.001,794.00
* Rank change shown is from week 13 - 14


League Player News

  • 12/15, 5:54 am
    • Edelman (shoulder/knee), who is listed as...

      Edelman (shoulder/knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, will put in a pregame workout early in the day before the Patriots decide on his status, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: The standout slot man has suited up in all 13 of the Patriots' games to date, despite carrying injury designations into most of those contests. Edelman's availability appears shakier compared to previous weeks, but if he completes the workout without incident, he should get the green light to play and likely wouldn't face any restrictions with his snap count. Edelman hasn't seen his performance suffer much as a result of playing hurt; he's garnered double-digit targets in each of the last eight games, registering 61 catches for 674 yards and four touchdowns during that span while also throwing for another score.

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  • 12/15, 5:48 am
    • Jacobs (shoulder), who is listed as...

      Jacobs (shoulder), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, remains on track to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: After sitting out the Week 14 loss to the Titans, Jacobs indicated earlier this week that he intended to resume playing, even though his fractured right shoulder plate still hasn't fully healed. The Raiders were apparently satisfied with the results of Jacobs' recent MRI, and the rookie was further able to restore some faith in his health by practicing on a limited basis Wednesday through Friday. So long as his shoulder cooperates, Jacobs isn't expected to face any specific restrictions with his snap or touch count in Week 15.

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  • 12/15, 5:43 am
    • The Lions are treating Scarbrough (ribs)...

      The Lions are treating Scarbrough (ribs) as a game-time decision ahead of Sunday's tilt with the Buccaneers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Scarbrough took a questionable designation into the weekend after a sore rib limited his activity in practice Wednesday before he was held out of the final two sessions of the week entirely. Likely in recognition of Scarbrough's shaky health, the Lions promoted another running back (Wes Hills) from the practice squad Saturday. An official decision on Scarbrough's status will come around 11:30 a.m. ET, when the Lions release their inactive list 90 minutes before kickoff. If Scarbrough is ultimately ruled out for Week 15, Ty Johnson and J.D. McKissic would likely handle most of the snaps out of the Detroit backfield.

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  • 12/15, 5:39 am
    • Snell is expected to split snaps...

      Snell is expected to split snaps and touches Sunday against the Bills with Jaylen Samuels and James Conner (shoulder), the latter of whom is expected to play, despite being listed as questionable, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: While Conner has missed the Steelers' past three games, Snell has stepped in as the team's top option on the ground, carrying 53 times for 202 yards and a touchdown over that stretch. Samuels, on the other hand, has gained more yards as a receiver (66) than a runner (54) during that span and projects to see most of his work on passing downs moving forward. As such, Conner's return seems most likely to impact Snell, who may be hard pressed to earn double-digit carries now that another option is back in the fold. Even as a flex option in non-PPR formats, Snell looks like a shaky play in Week 15.

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  • 12/15, 5:32 am
    • Conner (shoulder), who is listed as...

      Conner (shoulder), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills but is expected to play, will likely split snaps and touches with Jaylen Samuels and Benny Snell in his return to the lineup, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Though Conner logged full practices Wednesday through Friday, the Steelers are apparently inclined to ease him back into the mix after he sat out five of the team's last six games due to an AC joint sprain in his right shoulder. Snell has emerged as the lead option on the ground of late, but he'll likely notice at least a slight downturn in his carry count with Conner back in the fold after toting the ball no fewer than 16 times in any of the past three weeks. Samuels, meanwhile, profiles as the Steelers' top pass-catching option out of the backfield. If Pittsburgh does in fact go with a three-headed timeshare at running back, it could be difficult to extract fantasy value from any of the three against a tough Buffalo defense.

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