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NFL Injury Report: The injury report compiled after Wednesday's practices is posted

Daily team-by-team injury reports published by the NFL media office. Click through to download the PDF edition. . . . Week 15 injury report - Wednesday edition   more »

Fantasy News: Offense-defense averages for Week 15

Stats go stale. Kansas City scored a bunch of touchdowns in the first few weeks of the season, and that’s so long ago that it doesn’t really even matter. Similarly, New England allowed over 30 points in a bunch of early season games, but they’ve got that defense dialed in better now (at least they did until Monday night).  more »

Fantasy Index Weekly: The Week 15 edition of Fantasy Index Weekly is available

KANSAS CITY (vs. L.A. Chargers)

Back in Week 3, Kansas City won at Los Angeles, moving to 3-0 (while the Chargers dropped to 0-3). But that seems like a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...  more »

Around the NFL: Concussion updates: Ertz cleared, Mixon not yet

We finish up the Weekly on Wednesday morning, at which point teams return to practice and we get more clarity on some injuries. Those things are addressed fully in the Friday update. But we can at least get early glimpses of a couple of injuries.   more »


Trivia: December 13, 2017

Denver and Indianapolis play on Thursday. Peyton Manning holds the touchdown pass record for both of these teams. Who are the only other three quarterbacks in this century who've thrown 30-plus touchdowns for two different teams? answer »


Viva Murillo!: Just win, crybaby!

You can hear the excuses building across the country: Carson Wentz got hurt. Alvin Kamara sustained a concussion. Rob Gronkowski got suspended. I lost because of a freak injury to a key player. I didn't make the playoffs because Aaron Rodgers got hurt, which made Jordy Nelson almost useless. Tom Brady played more like Tom Savage in week 14. Now, all those things have a little truth to them. But they aren't the reason you lost. And if you still have games to play, they aren't valid excuses if you lose in the next couple of weeks. It's time to move past it and prepare for this weekend.   more »


Fantasy Index Blackout: Blackout: Jacques Smith wins week 14

Jacques Smith, of Miami, won a $25 Fantasy Index gift certificate in Week 14, charging back into the top ten in Fantasy Index Blackout. (Click through to see his lineup and this season's overall Top 10.)  more »

Podcast: December 12 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

With two weeks left in the fantasy season, the waiver wire gets down to brass tacks ... and Blake Bortles. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »


Factoid: Brady versus Steelers

Haven’t we seen this movie before? The Steelers are taking on Tom Brady, and I’ve got a pretty good feeling how this one is going to end.   more »


Fantasy Index Redrafter: The new Fantasy Index Redrafter Cheat Sheet is available now.

The Redrafter includes season-long rankings, as if your league were to start over from scratch and re-draft all players. Totally overhauled after the Week 14 games were completed, the Redrafter Cheat Sheet is perfect for evaluating season-long moves including trades and free agent pickups.  more »


Around the NFL: Go for Gurley

It's the fantasy playoffs, and if you've been carried by Todd Gurley all season long, you're no doubt a little nervous about his Week 15 matchup. The Rams are in Seattle, who have a top-10 run defense and bottled Gurley up pretty well in the earlier meeting.   more »


Trivia: December 12, 2017

New Orleans in Week 10 put two runners over 100 yards -- Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara at Buffalo. When was the last time previously a team had two 100-yard rushers in the same game? It happened in Week 9 in 2015, and the two teams play again this week. One of the players is still starting, while the other is out of the league. answer »


Poll: December 11, 2017

What current division leader is most likely to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl?

Philadelphia Eagles (11-2) (0%)
Minnesota Vikings (9-4) (0%)
New Orleans Saints (9-4) (0%)
Los Angeles Rams (9-4) (0%)
none -- it will be a wild-card team (0%)

Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

“Strength of Victory” shows up in the NFL’s tiebreaking procedures. It’s like Strength of Schedule but is designed to better paint a picture of how good a team might be. It’s a measure of strength of schedule, but looking at only games that teams won.  more »

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Andy Richardson: A Day of Football

The worst (or best, depending on if they won or lost for you) plays in fantasy football are the touchdowns taken away or given. The replay reversals, the overtime scores that almost didn't happen, or shouldn't have. There were a lot of those yesterday, with extra periods and extra scores that could have been avoided. Hope more went for you than against you.   more »


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