1 (1) +42-0-01.000W2498271.00243.00
Division 1: NFC
1 (1) +42-0-01.000W2498271.00243.00
2 (3) +32-0-01.000W2909225.00197.00
3 (7) -31-1-0.500L11005255.00246.00
4 (8) +41-1-0.500W1904249.00227.00
5 (10) -20-2-0.000L2552249.00294.00
6 (11) -20-2-0.000L27510242.00284.00
Division 2: AFC
1 (2) +12-0-01.000W28312264.00222.00
2 (4) -31-1-0.500L1957290.00255.00
3 (5) +21-1-0.500W19711270.00256.00
4 (6) +41-1-0.500W11006264.00311.00
5 (9) -71-1-0.500L11003244.00228.00
6 (12) -10-2-0.000L21001241.00301.00
* Rank change shown is from week 1 - 2


League Player News

  • 9/19, 5:35 pm
    • Washington (knee) is no longer listed...

      Washington (knee) is no longer listed on the injury report, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

      Analysis: Washington was inactive for the Raiders' first two games this season, as he was still attempting to make his way back from offseason arthroscopic surgery. It seems that the running back is now fully healed and ready for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, though most of his action may come via special teams.

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  • 9/19, 5:34 pm
    • The Buccaneers waived Ward (kneecap) from...

      The Buccaneers waived Ward (kneecap) from the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list with a non-football injury Wednesday, per NFL Communications.

      Analysis: Ward sustained a patellar tendon tear while working out in Mississippi in July, which eventually resulted in his placement on the list. It appears the Bucs have decided to move on, making him free to sign with another club when healthy.

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  • 9/19, 5:31 pm
    • The Titans enter Week 3 ranked...

      The Titans enter Week 3 ranked 20th in passing defense (255.5 yards per game).

      Analysis: Tennessee is the prototypical middle-of-the-pack defense. They're nowhere near stout but they offer a sense of reliability whereas some other teams often fail to provide the defensive reassurance of Mike Vrabel's squad. Hanging right in the middle, the Titans rank 16th in scoring defense giving up 22.0 points per game. Sunday's game in Jacksonville could knock them down a couple of spots considering what we saw from the Jaguars Week 2 win over the Patriots. The Titans' divisional foe is perhaps the best team in the AFC and while Tennessee might be a solid play in other weeks, it's best to avoid betting against the Jags in Week 3.

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  • 9/19, 5:27 pm
    • Harris (foot) returned to practice Wednesday,...

      Harris (foot) returned to practice Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

      Analysis: Per the report, Harris -- who injured his foot during the Raiders' season opener -- is expected to play Sunday against the Dolphins after being inactive in Week 2. He'll also resume return duties for the Raiders.

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  • 9/19, 5:22 pm
    • Hill (hamstring) participated fully in Wednesday's...

      Hill (hamstring) participated fully in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

      Analysis: Hill skipped Monday's game against the Bears due to the hamstring injury, but he appears to be in good shape early in the week for Week 3 against the Cowboys. Barring a setback of some kind that lands him back on the injury report, Hill should be available moving forward.

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