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      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (2) +24-2-0.667W28474.66416.44
Division 1: National Division
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (2) +24-2-0.667W28474.66416.44
2 (5) 4-2-0.667W36390.34352.38
3 (6) 3-3-0.500W112506.40499.60
4 (8) +13-3-0.500W14521.94503.04
Division 2: American Division
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) 4-2-0.667L110569.60444.12
2 (4) -24-2-0.667L19457.60412.24
3 (10) 2-4-0.333L43374.84421.20
4 (11) 1-5-0.167L12413.10622.40
Division 3: Continental Division
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (3) 4-2-0.667L17482.50453.30
2 (7) 3-3-0.500W15447.30446.64
3 (9) -13-3-0.500W111520.68452.22
4 (12) 1-5-0.167L21411.06546.44
* Rank change shown is from week 5 - 6

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League Player News

  • 10/17, 9:42 pm
    • McManus converted an extra point and...

      McManus converted an extra point and 28-yard field goal during Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Giants, but shanked a 35-yard attempt and had a 53-yarder blocked.

      Analysis: McManus has already tied his career high in missed field goals with five. Most troubling for the big-legged kicker, he has converted just one of his four attempts outside of 40 yards. If not for the giant contract he signed just before the season, Denver might be looking elsewhere for a kicker right now. Fortunately, you are not similarly on the hook financially. Drop McManus until he shapes up.

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  • A.J. Derby TE-DEN
    10/17, 9:36 pm
    • Derby was targeted four times but...

      Derby was targeted four times but managed just a 10-yard catch in Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Giants.

      Analysis: After a big 75-yard outing in Week 4, Derby fell back to earth Sunday, falling below 11 yards receiving for the third time in five games. He figures to get more opportunities this week against the Chargers. Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) and Isaiah McKenzie (ankle) will be out, and Derby can serve as an oversized slot receiver. The duo's injuries held Derby secure a season-high 52 snaps on Sunday.

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  • 10/17, 9:32 pm
    • Heuerman nabbed both of his targets...

      Heuerman nabbed both of his targets for 24 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Giants.

      Analysis: Heuerman, the Broncos' third-round pick from 2015, finally scored his first career touchdown late in Sunday's blowout, stealing the ball from a crowd of defenders. That kind of red-zone presence has been missing in Denver as the offense's struggles inside the red zone continue. Look for Denver to maybe look Heuerman's way more, especially this week with Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) out of the lineup.

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  • 10/17, 9:25 pm
    • Fowler was targeted eight times, recording...

      Fowler was targeted eight times, recording three catches for 21 yards in Sunday's 23-10 loss.

      Analysis: Three of Fowler's targets came in the fourth quarter after Emmanuel Sanders went down with an ankle sprain, and he ended up leading the team's receivers with 61 offensive snaps. There should be more where that came from this week against the Chargers. Sanders and rookie Isaiah McKenzie are already ruled out, and Demaryius Thomas spent much of the Giants game hobbled having narrowly avoided his own leg injury. Look for Fowler to see starter-level targets.

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  • Ryan Grant WR-WAS
    10/17, 9:18 pm
    • Grant caught three of five targets...

      Grant caught three of five targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 26-24 win over the 49ers.

      Analysis: Grant has been mostly quiet since his four-catch Week 1 effort, totaling just nine catches over the last four games. He has found the end zone twice and should be seen as potential red-zone threat, but with so many other targets in Washington, it's hard to depend on Grant week to week.

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