Top Teams




Bottom Teams




Title Belt Holder

New Orleans Saints: 9 Week Streak (acquired NFC CG vs SF)

Top Performers


Patrick Mahomes – 143/181 79% 2,298 Yards 22 TDs 3 INT

Jimmy Johnson – 163/234 69% 1,966 Yards 18 TDs 6 INT


Christian McCaffrey – 154 Att 1,108 Yards 8 TDs

Ezekiel Elliott – 147 Att 1,046 Yards 9 TDs


Marquise Goodwin – 30 Rec 690 Yards 11 TDs

Marquise Brown – 32 Rec 856 Yards 7 TDs


OJ Howard – 25 Rec 565 Yards 3 TD

Dawson Knox 30 Rec 539 Yards 4 TD


Aaron Donald – 44 Tackles 4 TFL 19 Sacks

Joey Bosa – 38 Tackles 7 TFL 18.5 Sacks


Travin Howard – 67 Tackles 14 TFL 2.5 Sacks 3 INT

Darron Lee – 41 Tackles 5 TFL 2 Sacks 6 INT


Parry Nickerson – 39 Tackles 5 INT 13 PD

Derwin James – 36 Tackles 3 TFL 3 INT 10 PD


Kai’imi Fairbairn 12/12 FG 32/32 XP

Justin Tyler – 9/9 FG 36/36 XP

Playoff Picture


1 Kansas City Chiefs (8-0)

2 Houston Texans (7-1)

3 Baltimore Ravens (7-1)

4 Miami Dolphins (4-5)

WC Los Angeles Chargers (7-2)

WC Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4)

Bubble Teams: Raiders (4-4), Jets (3-5-1)


1 New Orleans Saints (8-0)

2 Seattle Seahawks (8-0-1)

3 Chicago Bears (6-1-1)

4 New York Giants (6-2)

WC Los Angeles Rams (6-3)

WC Philadelphia Eagles (5-4)

Bubble Teams: Packers (4-4), Cardinals (5-4)


Tarik a true X-Factor

This offseason, the Falcons traded a 2nd rounder and Calvin Ridley to the Chicago Bears in a move that had the league in uproar. Many felt that while Cohen did have the SS dev trait he simply over paid to get him. No surprise, Allen will get the last laugh as Tarik Cohen had a monster performance against the Panthers which earned him the Superstar X-Factor trait. He picks up the spin cycle trait and the First One Free zone ability. 

Just Throwin It To The Open Guy

Last season we saw the first HB since Adrian Peterson (2012) win the leagues MVP. This year, early indications are that it will be a quarterback, specifically Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes, who has played well last year, has found ways to elevate his efficiency to a level we have never seen. 22 touchdowns and 6 interceptions, the Chiefs sit atop the AFC standings and it starts with the right shoulder of Mahomes. The Chiefs are not solely there based on QB play as they sit first in points, second in passing, 1st in points allowed, 1st in total yards allowed, and 1st in passing yards allowed. The rebound from last year’s one and done playoff performance is in full effect and the Chiefs are early favorite for the whole thing.

New Faces

After facing disciplinary action from the league, the Redskins have moved on from head coach Joshua Ring. The league has announced the signing of Hellcat to Washingtons coaching staff. An unknown entity, Hellcat takes over a developmental roster with excellent key young pieces and the league’s top run defense. They sit 3-5 firmly at third place in the NFC East.

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