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2 +14-2-0.667W25972.31728.49
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4 -23-3-0.500L24877.78921.49
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6 +23-3-0.500W21800.78782.70
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* Rank change shown is from week 5 - 6


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  • 10/18, 9:30 pm
    • FS Keith Tandy (hip) was limited...

      FS Keith Tandy (hip) was limited in practice Wednesday and is in danger of missing his third straight game Sunday against the Bills.

      Analysis: The Bucs' defense snagged a lone interception against the Cardinals in Week 6, but that was the only highlight of their 38-33 loss. The Bills' offense is banged up, though, as Charles Clay (knee) won't play and Jordan Matthews (thumb) is just getting back into limited practices. This may force QB Tyrod Taylor into some riskier passes -- he has thrown just two interceptions this season -- but the Bucs have just four interceptions this season themselves. However, the Bills are nowhere near a high-caliber offense, so Tampa is still a decent choice in deeper leagues.

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  • 10/18, 9:26 pm
    • LB Anthony Barr (concussion) didn't practice...

      LB Anthony Barr (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday ahead of the Vikings matchup with the Ravens.

      Analysis: The Vikings have allowed 17 points or less in each of their past four games -- they've also snagged seven interceptions and scooped one fumble in that stretch. It's clear that this defense is one of the best in the league. The Ravens' offense is manned by a brutally inconsistent Joe Flacco, having thrown just four touchdowns and eight interceptions so far this season. Without a standout receiver on the squad, he's forced into risky throws and it has shown. The Vikings are due for another big day, and they should be universally owned.

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  • 10/18, 9:14 pm
    • DE Olivier Vernon continues nursing an...

      DE Olivier Vernon continues nursing an ankle injury ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Seahawks.

      Analysis: The Giants are coming off a shutdown of the Broncos' offense, where they sacked Trevor Siemian four times, snagged two interceptions and recovered two fumbles. This performance has a chance of being replicated this week as well. The Seahawks offensive line is porous, and with arguably their best lineman, Luke Joeckel (knee), sitting out this week, having Vernon back would put incredible pressure on QB Russell Wilson. The Giants will have a fully healthy secondary, allowing for them to be ready for the risky throws Wilson may be forced into, and they should be considered a decent start in Week 7.

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  • 10/18, 9:08 pm
    • The Saints are travelling healthy to...

      The Saints are travelling healthy to face backup QB Brett Hundley and the Packers on Sunday.

      Analysis: There's no way to know what to expect Sunday. Hundley is a very talented quarterback, but he struggled in relief for Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), throwing just one touchdown and three picks. The Packers' woes go much further than who's under center, though, since they may be missing three of their starting five offensive linemen. If that's the case, this Saints' defense is going to have a field day. They're coming off a week where they scored three defensive touchdowns but also let up 32 points. Regardless, they have a high floor this week, and with the Bears on the horizon, New Orleans could be a multi-week asset.

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  • 10/18, 9:01 pm
    • LB Nick Kwiatkoski (pectoral) has missed...

      LB Nick Kwiatkoski (pectoral) has missed the last four weeks, and he was limited in Wednesday's practice.

      Analysis: The Panthers have scored over 20 points in each of their last three outings, and the same should be expected against a lowly Chicago defense. The return of Kwiatkoski would be huge, since the Bears have shown weakness against mobile quarterbacks -- Aaron Rodgers lit them up for four passing touchdowns in Week 4. QB Cam Newton has averaged 7.5 yards per attempt this season, but he's also racked up eight interceptions and been sacked a whopping 17 times. That leaves high upside for the Bears, but the floor is just as low. There are safer options out there.

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