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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 +211-3-0.786W331,925.601,143.67
2 -111-3-0.786L121,812.471,404.03
3 -111-3-0.786L1121,635.441,192.45
4 11-3-0.786W511,737.26939.08
5 8-5-1.607T1111,471.171,172.87
6 6-6-2.500T241,224.551,039.25
7 5-7-2.429T261,077.441,215.38
8 4-7-3.393T17800.211,107.54
9 3-9-2.286T151,022.441,224.21
10 2-9-3.250T29558.591,177.70
11 3-10-1.250T18778.911,374.94
12 0-10-4.143T2100.001,052.96
* Rank change shown is from week 13 - 14

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  • 12/11, 12:49 am
    • The Browns conceded 393 total yards...

      The Browns conceded 393 total yards of offense during Sunday's 26-20 win over the Panthers.

      Analysis: Carolina moved the ball rather easily against Cleveland but had difficulty capitalizing in the red zone. Regardless of how they did it, the win marks the third time in the last four tries in which the Browns kept their opponent below 21 points. This defense have been consistently streaky over the course of the season. Four games on four games off has been the unappetizing formula through 14 weeks. It's tough to predict which defense will show up on any given week. Fortunately, Denver's offense has been consistently average over the past several weeks. Following last week's 24-10 loss to San Francisco, major questions about the Broncos' offense are being asked. Cleveland will look to exploit the Denver's uncertainties in hopes of keeping their slim playoff hopes alive this Saturday.

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  • 12/10, 11:37 pm
    • The Texans enter Week 15 with...

      The Texans enter Week 15 with the league's fifth-ranked scoring defense (19.9 PPG).

      Analysis: Houston took a step back this past week losing to the Colts in a 24-21 nail-biter. It was the most points the Texans have surrendered since Week 4's 37-34 overtime win over Indianapolis. Despite the loss, Houston's spirits entering Saturday's tilt with the Jets shouldn't fall too low. New York enters this week with the 30th-ranked total defense averaging just 296.9 YPG. Sam Darnold is back under center, but there hasn't been too much of a gap between him and Josh McCown under center. The Jets touchdown-deprived offense should provide the Texans with plenty of opportunities to get back in the win column in Week 15.

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  • 12/10, 11:31 pm
    • The Jets surrendered 368 yard of...

      The Jets surrendered 368 yard of offense but forced three turnovers during last week's 27-23 win over the Bills.

      Analysis: The win snapped a six-game skid for New York. Youthful by design, the Jets defense has shown a few flashes of potential, but most of 2018 has been marred by inconsistencies and a lack of execution. Prized free-agent signing Trumaine Johnson answered some of his critics with a two-interception performance in Sunday's win and Jamal Adams was a typical energizer bunny at the safety position, but the Jets will need more players to step up if they hope to contain the likes of Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins come Saturday. Winners of nine of their last 10, Houston has relied heavily on its offense to grasp ahold of the AFC South division lead. The Texans have eclipsed 20 points in 10 of their 13 contests, it would seem likely they'll reach that mark again in Week 15.

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  • 12/10, 11:15 pm
    • Elliott made his lone field-goal attempt...

      Elliott made his lone field-goal attempt in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys but connected on just two of three extra points.

      Analysis: Elliott's first scoring attempt of the game came after Alshon Jeffery's third-quarter touchdown, but the Memphis product pushed it right. He would tie the game at nine early in the fourth, but perhaps the contest would not have gone to overtime if not for the missed kick earlier. Elliott has had to battle both his offense's inconsistency as well as his own this season. He'll look to put it past him on the road Week 15 against the Rams.

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  • 12/10, 11:05 pm
    • Matthews caught his lone target for...

      Matthews caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.

      Analysis: Matthews played just 11 snaps in this one and now has failed to surpass 14 in three of the last four weeks. He has just two catches for ten yards over his last three games although one was for a touchdown, and this week's was also a red-zone target. To play him on the road Week 15 against the Rams is to hope for another score and little more.

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