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1 (3) 4-1-0.800W28521.54475.20
Division 1: Gillette Division
1 (3) 4-1-0.800W28521.54475.20
2 (5) -12-3-0.400L26458.46497.26
3 (10) 1-4-0.200W11535.68618.10
Division 2: Belichick Division
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2 (1) 4-1-0.800W110569.00470.40
3 (7) -12-3-0.400L14532.84511.18
4 (9) 1-4-0.200L12499.32539.18
Division 3: Kraft Division
1 (4) +43-2-0.600W17507.54586.62
2 (6) -12-3-0.400L15608.06567.86
3 (8) -12-3-0.400L23518.00573.42
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League Player News

  • 10/13, 4:14 am
    • Lenz was signed to the Texans'...

      Lenz was signed to the Texans' practice squad following a workout for the team Monday, the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: The Texans worked out three receivers Monday, looking for some insurance for injured wideouts Nate Washington (hamstring) and Cecil Shorts (shoulder).

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  • 10/12, 11:29 pm
    • Wallace missed Monday's practice with a...

      Wallace missed Monday's practice with a knee injury, though he's described as day-to-day, ESPN reports.

      Analysis: We may not get a true read on Wallace's status until the Vikings release an injury report after Wednesday's practice. However, the ailment sounds minor.

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  • 10/12, 11:27 pm
    • Kendricks worked with the first-team defense...

      Kendricks worked with the first-team defense as the starting middle linebacker in Monday's practice, ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Kendricks looks set to take over as the starting middle linebacker after the trade of Gerald Hodges and will likely stay on the field in nickel packages (where he had already been getting playing time). His tackle totals should increase which may make him a sneaky pickup in deeper IDP leagues.

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  • 10/12, 7:23 pm
    • Barth made a triumphant return to...

      Barth made a triumphant return to the Bucs, successfully converting all three field goal attempts and a trio of point-after tries in Sunday's 38-31 loss to the Jaguars.

      Analysis: Barth helped to quickly put the departed Kyle Brindza's inconsistencies in the rearview mirror, turning in a perfect performance in Week 5. The veteran kicker hit field goals of 35, 45 and 47 yards and was impeccable on his first three career extra-point tries from the newly-instituted distance. Barth figures to bring stability to the Bucs' kicking game, and will likely play an integral role in helping a rookie quarterback-led offense put points on the board.

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  • 10/12, 7:14 pm
    • Alexander tallied five tackles (three solo),...

      Alexander tallied five tackles (three solo), a sack, and two passes defensed in Sunday's 38-31 victory over the Jaguars.

      Analysis: Alexander continues to do a solid job manning the middle in Lovie Smith's defense. The rookie linebacker collected his first career sack and also got his hands on two Blake Bortles' passes Sunday. Alexander will continue his impressive first-year campaign in Week 7 when the Bucs travel to Washington to face the Redskins following their Week 6 bye.

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