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1 (3) -15-2-0.714L1101,251.391,237.39
Division 1
1 (3) -15-2-0.714L1101,251.391,237.39
2 (4) +34-3-0.571W291,498.641,274.25
3 (9) -13-4-0.429L241,142.901,188.90
4 (12) 0-7-0.000L711,046.201,558.83
Division 2
1 (5) +44-3-0.571W181,477.831,360.57
2 (7) -33-4-0.429L361,410.351,189.85
3 (8) -33-4-0.429L351,347.301,494.47
4 (10) 2-5-0.286L331,276.021,386.43
Division 3
1 (1) 7-0-01.000W7121,413.871,101.08
2 (2) +15-2-0.714W3111,343.801,288.28
3 (6) 4-3-0.571W371,247.151,234.57
4 (11) 2-5-0.286W221,193.751,334.58
* Rank change shown is from week 6 - 7


League Player News

  • 10/25, 11:59 am
    • Head coach Rex Ryan said Monday...

      Head coach Rex Ryan said Monday that Woods (foot) is making real progress, Anthony Sambrotto of buffalobills.com reports.

      Analysis: Woods has apparently been bothered by his foot all season, but it didn't result in any absences until Sunday's game in Miami. With Marquise Goodwin now in the concussion protocol and Sammy Watkins (foot) required to spend at least a few more weeks on injured reserve, the Bills could seriously use Woods' help for Sunday's game against New England. In order to have any real shot at playing, Woods will likely need to return to practice after sitting out all of last week. If available, he's locked in as the team's top wideout in Watkins' continued absence.

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  • 10/25, 11:38 am
    • Roethlisberger (knee) did some individual work...

      Roethlisberger (knee) did some individual work at Tuesday's practice, saying afterward that he hopes to rejoin his teammates at some point next week, ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler reports.

      Analysis: Roethlisberger had surgery last Monday to repair a torn meniscus, with his estimated timetable of two-to-three weeks subsequently referred to as a "best case" scenario by Steelers president Art Rooney II, who said the real expectation is anywhere in the range of two-to-six weeks. Roethlisberger threw some passes to tight ends at Tuesday's practice, but it doesn't mean much that he's able to make throws while standing still. Real information regarding his potential Week 9 availability probably won't be available until next week. The Steelers are currently on bye ahead of a matchup with the rival Ravens.

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  • 10/25, 11:34 am
    • Brown has been released by the...

      Brown has been released by the Giants, Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports.

      Analysis: Brown had been placed on the commissioner's exempt list and missed Sunday's game in London after the NFL re-opened its investigation into Brown, following the release of additional documents pertaining to his May 2015 arrest for domestic violence.

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  • 10/25, 11:26 am
    • Green (ankle) said he had no...

      Green (ankle) said he had no limitations in his Tuesday return to practice, Dave Lolley of the Washington Observer-Reporter reports.

      Analysis: Signed to a four-year, $20 million contract in March, the 26-year-old Green was expected to step in as an immediate replacement for Heath Miller. Instead, the young tight end took longer than expected to recover from ankle surgery, eventually landing on the Physically Unable to Perform list prior to the start of the season. Green practiced with his new teammates for the first time Tuesday, opening a 21-day window in which the Steelers can either activate him to the 53-man roster or rule him out for the rest of the season. The first outcome seems far more likely even though Green's initial optimism after Tuesday's practice shouldn't carry too much weight. With the team currently in its bye week, Green may be targeting his Steelers debut in Week 9 against the Ravens. His practice participation next week could be the determining factor.

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  • 10/25, 10:55 am
    • Head coach Doug Pederson said he...

      Head coach Doug Pederson said he isn't down on Mathews despite the running back's two fourth-quarter fumbles in the past three games, CSN Philadelphia reports.

      Analysis: Pederson did say the team will consider whether fatigue may be an issue, perhaps turning to Wendell Smallwood or Darren Sproles in clock-killing situations. Considering the two fumbles occurred on Mathews' ninth and 14th carries of the respective games, it doesn't seem fatigue is the real problem. The seventh-year running back has always had a bit of an issue with ball security, and his two fumbles have simply occurred at more noticeable times this season. The first essentially cost the Eagles a Week 4 contest in Detroit, whereas Sunday's fumble had no real impact on a game with an 18-point margin and under five minutes remaining. While comparing the two feels like a stretch, there's little question Mathews will be in danger of losing work if he continues to fumble. He's already been splitting time with Smallwood and Sproles, taking only 11, nine and 14 carries over the past three games.

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