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    Commissioner
    Wed Oct 25 10:25pm ET

    1. (5-2) - Power Rating - 197 – After rolling to a 5-0 start, Cobra has now lost back to back games and now have the Knockers just one game back for the division lead. The game of the week against the Bombers could determine BSC first round bye.  (Lost to Bowling for Dollars, 144.1-92.5)
    2. (4-3) - Power Rating – 183 – After halting a three game skid the Curtains now have back to back wins and huge game against the Knockers in week 8, with Wild Card implications.  (Defeated Eric the Actor, 103.2-74.4)
    3. (5-2) – Power Rating – 179 – The defending champs bounce back after a loss last week to maintain a one game lead in the Payton Division, which is essentially two thanks to a season sweep of the Curtains.  (Defeated Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes, 93-66.6)
    4. (6-1) – Power Rating – 177 – The Bolos keep trucking along with the league’s best record, winning their fourth in a row to grow their division lead to three.  (Defeated Fighting Imps, 94.7-67)
    5. (3-4) – Power Rating 167 – Tough loss to the Curtains pushes the Actor three games out of the Kelly Division lead and probably just leaves the Wild Card as their lone path to the postseason.  (Lost to Steel Curtains, 103.2-74.4)
    6. (3-4) – Power Rating 167 – A must win for the Dispensers against the lowly Ballers as they keep pace with Bowling to stay one game back in the Simms Division and stay in a three way tie for the JMC Wild Card.  (Defeated Billyballers, 105.8-60.4)
    7. (3-4) – Power Rating - 167 – After a 1-4 start to the year the Buckskins are starting to show some of that talent, winning their last two with over 100 points.  (Defeated Bottom Knockers, 137.3-54.8)
    8. (2-5) – Power Rating – 164 – The Imps righted the ship with two straight wins after a 0-4 start, but takes the loss to the Bolos and sits two games out of a playoff spot.  (Lost to Lightning Bolos, 94.7-67)
    9. (4-3) – Power Rating – 147 – Sits ninth in the rankings but is the league’s highest scoring team after seven weeks thanks to monster numbers in three of the last four weeks.  (Defeated 144.1-92.5)
    10. (2-5) – Power Rating – 122 – Continues to wallow at the bottom of the rankings.  Has a key game against the Dollars in week 8; a win would put them back in division contention.  (Lost to Bud Light Bombers, 93-66.6)
    11. (1-6) – Power Rating – 121 – The miserable 2017 continues for the Ballers with their fourth straight loss.  The lowest scoring team in the league is showing no signs of being able to recover, sitting three games out of the BSC Wild Card. (Lost to Dez Dispensers, 105.8-60.4)
    12. (4-3) – Power Rating – The oddity of the league so far as the Knockers sit tied for the final playoff spot in the BSC despite scoring the second fewest points in the league. (Lost to Buckskins, 137.3-54.8)

     

    League Standings        
    Barry Sanders Conference Overall Points Division Conference
    Cobra 5-2 688.3 3-0 4-1
    Bud Light Bombers 5-2 630.4 3-0 4-1
    Bottom Knockers 4-3 521.9 1-1 3-1
    Steel Curtains 4-3 686.4 1-2 2-3
    Fighting Imps 2-5 546.8 0-2 1-4
    Billyballers 1-6 479.8 0-3 1-5
             
    Joe Montana Conference Overall Points Division Conference
    Lightning Bolos 6-1 596.3 1-0 3-1
    Bowling for Dollars 4-3 702.9 2-0 3-2
    Eric the Actor 3-4 572.2 2-1 3-3
    Buckskins 3-4 605.3 0-2 2-3
    Dez Dispensers 3-4 554.9 1-1 2-3
    Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes 2-5 553.5 0-2 2-3
    Lightning Bolos
    Mon Nov 20 11:30am ET
    Yes, IR is only for players that are doubtful or worse. Suspended players are not eligible.
    Bowling for Dollars
    Sun Nov 19 11:49am ET
    If players are designated doubtful or worse they are able to be put on IR and then you can roster another spot. Are suspended players carry the same rules.
    Iā??m hearing suspended players donā??t have the action to place on IR. Thatā??s not fair. Maybe Iā??m wrong but a clarification should be finalized. U should be able to roster another spot for suspended player.
    Commissioner
    Fri Sep 22 11:00pm ET

    Curtains continue to roll with second straight 100 point week; Bolos take down Bowling to become only unbeaten left in Montana Conference; Knockers, Cobra round out unbeaten after two weeks

     

    1. (2-0) - Power Rating - 211 – For the second straight week the Steel Curtains prove why they are the number one team in the league. They have posted consecutive 100-point weeks to kick-off the 2017 season and look like a true Tecmo Bowl contender.  (Defeated Fighting Imps, 100.9-86)
    2. (2-0) - Power Rating – 206 – The Lightning Bolos continue to have Bowling’s number and jump out to a 2-0 record. They are now the lone unbeaten team in the Montana Conference and are looking to continue their dominance in 2017 after a strong start to the season.  (Defeated Bowling for Dollars, 93-80.6)
    3. (1-1) – Power Rating – 184 – One week after dropping their opener to the Bolos, Eric the Actor rebounds in another division game to pick up the week 2 win. A 0-2 start within the division would have been a dreadful start to the year, but thanks to a lackluster showing from the Buckskins, the Actor takes sole possession of second place in the Kelly Division. (Defeated Buckskins, 82-65.8)
    4. (2-0) – Power Rating – 168 – Week 2 continued the resurgence of Cobra as they took down the defending division champ, Billyballers to setup a week 3 showdown with the Bottom Knockers for the division lead. Though the team is 2-0 the play of both Eli Manning and Kirk Cousins has left a lot to be desired and could bite this team going forward.  (Defeated Billyballers, 85.9-72)
    5. (1-1) – Power Rating 164 – Another year and another defeat to the Bolos for Bowling for Dollars; a team that has blocked their way to the Tecmo Bowl more than once. Still, this looks like the best team in the Simms Division, so they may get another chance this season as this could have been a preview of the Montana Conference championship. (Lost to Lightning Bolos, 95-80.6)
    6. (0-2) – Power Rating 164 – Rounding out the top half of the rankings is the underachieving Buckskins. Once again this team continues to be baffling with so much talent but so little to show for it thus far.  (Lost to Eric the Actor, 82-65.8)
    7. (1-1) – Power Rating - 161 – The defending champs take their first loss of the season after falling to the Knockers in a competitive week 2 game. The Bud Light Bombers got a terrific showing out of Tom Brady, but not much else.  The champs haven’t shown quiet the same punch through two weeks as they did a season ago, and depending upon what happens to Elliott, the sledding could become much tougher.  (Lost to Bottom Knockers, 95.2-85)
    8. (0-2) – Power Rating – 156 – Two weeks, two division losses for the Fighting Imps. This opening to the season could not have gone worse and has left little room for error going forward for the Imps.  Thus far the team is playing likes its name, small.  (Lost to Steel Curtains, 100.9-86)
    9. (1-1) – Power Rating – 153 – The Dez Dispensers eke out a four point win over the Mullets to avoid the Imps fate of a 0-2 division start. This team’s biggest problem to start the season has been inconsistent quarterback play from Tyrod Taylor and Jameis Winston, something that could plague them if neither can pick up the production.  (Defeated Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes, 86.1-82.9)
    10. (2-0) – Power Rating – 143 – The oddity to the rankings, the Bottom Knockers, continue to defy the rating system. Through two weeks, they are 2-0, and are the second highest scoring team in the league, as one of only two teams to score 90 or more points in both weeks.  The starting line-up and good roster management have led to the strong start, but depth could be a concern once bye weeks hit. (Defeated Bud Light Bombers, 95.2-85)
    11. (0-2) – Power Rating – 135 – It has been a miserable start to the 2017 season for the Billyballers. One of three teams yet to win, they enter week three in what could be described as a must win for both teams against the 0-2 Imps.  (Lost to Cobra, 85.9-72)
    12. (0-2) – Power Rating – The Mullets nearly pulled off a comeback on Sunday night, and may have if not for Randall Cobb’s injury. The defending Simms division champs are off to a rough start and it doesn’t get any easier in week 3 with a visit from the 2-0 Bolos in week 3.  (Lost to Dez Dispensers, 86.1-82.9)
    Commissioner
    Thu Sep 14 9:20pm ET

    Bombers, Curtains, Knockers, Cobra, Bolos & Dollars open season in the win column; Curtains take home high score of week, take top spot in week 1 rankings

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 190 – The Curtains were #1 in the preseason rankings, and showed that was no fluke by winning big in week 1 with the highest score. The one big question mark heading into the season was Carson Wentz; if he can play like he did in week 1 this team will be a hand full the next 12 weeks and into the postseason.  (Defeated Buckskins, 112.3-83.3)

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 184 – It looked dim for the Bolos with under a quarter remaining in week 1; then Philip Rivers heated up and pushed them to a week 1 win with two late TDs. It was a big division win in a stacked Kelly Division.  (Defeated Eric the Actor, 80.3-78.4)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 182 – Once again, the Buckskins look great on paper but comes up short when it matters. This team is now just 5-10 dating back to last season; a team with Le’Veon Bell, Julio Jones, Amari Cooper and DeMarco Murray should be much better than that.  (Lost to Steel Curtains, 112.3-81.3)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 176 – Another high ranking team that starts the season off with a loss. As mentioned above the Actor was looking good late into Monday night but was upended by Rivers’ late pair of TDs.  With Adam Thielen and Cooper Kupp looking like they may be the real deal, this team has the look of an early contender.  (Lost to Lightning Bolos, 80.3-78.4)

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 169 – After a disastrous 2016, Cobra opens up the 2016 season with a victory. While they didn’t look overly impressive with just a 72.2 score it was enough  to put them over the top and take a share of the Allen Division lead after one week.  (Defeated Dez Dispensers, 72.2-60.9)

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 163 – Closing out the top half of the rankings is the lone team from the Simms Division to take home a week 1 win. Bowling was one of just three teams to top 90+ points and one of just two from the Montana Conference to come out of week 1 unbeaten.  (Defeated Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes, 92-75.9)

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 157 – The defending champions opened up their title defense with a six point win over division rival, the Fighting Imps. Most of the Bombers big hitters showed up, the problem was the depth players didn’t. It will be hard to lean on just two or three players each week; the depth will need to come through going forward. (Defeated Fighting Imps, 75.6-69.7)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 147 – While the loss to the Bombers was bad, the biggest loss for the Imps was David Johnson to a wrist injury that could sideline him 8-12 weeks. That is a ton of production the team will have to make up for and drops them from a contender to fighting for a Wild Card spot perhaps. (Lost to Bud Light Bombers, 75.6-69.7)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 145 – The Ballers came into Monday night down big to the Knockers and thanks to Stefon Diggs, nearly completed the comeback. The biggest reason this team lost was complete lack of production out of their defense that put up a goose egg for the week.  (Lost to Bottom Knockers, 90.6-83.8)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 142 – The lowest score of the week belonged to the Dez Dispensers. The team didn’t get much of anything outside of a solid performance from Tyrod Taylor, with Dez Bryant, Emmanuel Sanders and Rob Gronkowski disappointing in week 1. (Lost to Cobra, 72.2-60.9)

     

    1. (1-0) Power Rating – 120 – This was the third of three teams to top the 90 point barrier in a low scoring week. The Knockers took home a big divisional win over the defending Allen Division champs and now stand atop the standings.  This team is proving the rankings wrong thus far as they were lowly rated in the preseason; despite that they were the third highest scoring team of week 1.  (Defeated Billyballers, 90.6-83.8)

     

    1. (0-1) Power Rating – 118 – A very familiar position for the Mullets in the rankings, as they always seem to be at or near the bottom. The good thing for this team is that four of the six teams within the conference also took loses.  (Lost to Bowling for Dollars, 92-75.9)
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  • Fantasy Week 12Scoreboard
    Fighting Imps (2-9)31.10
    Bud Light Bombers (6-5)0.00
    Billyballers (2-9)45.20
    Bottom Knockers (4-7)32.60
    Buckskins (6-5)18.00
    Lightning Bolos (7-4)64.20
    Cobra (8-3)18.40
    Eric the Actor (6-5)21.90
    Dez Dispensers (5-6)22.50
    Bowling for Dollars (8-3)14.40
    Steel Curtains (7-4)0.00
    Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes (5-6)11.40
  • Standings
    Sanders Conference - Walter PaytonWL
    Steel Curtains74
    Bud Light Bombers65
    Fighting Imps29
    Sanders Conference - Marcus AllenWL
    Cobra83
    Bottom Knockers47
    Billyballers29
    Montana Conference - Jim KellyWL
    Lightning Bolos74
    Eric the Actor65
    Buckskins65
    Montana Conference - Phil SimmsWL
    Bowling for Dollars83
    Dez Dispensers56
    Amazing Mullets & Sweet Stashes56
  • Player Notes
    Michael Thomas Nov 25 1:30am ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas should continue to provide steady, if unspectacular, value in Week 12. Thomas has caught at least five passes and seen eight targets or more in all but one game this season. That's only translated to one touchdown, which is something the Rams don't allow often to wideouts. The Rams have given up six TD to opposing WR this year, which likely means another high-floor/low-ceiling game for Thomas.

    Kayvon Webster Nov 25 1:30am ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn posted his best numbers since Week 7 when he went for six catches and 87 yards against the Redskins. He now boasts a 16.3 average yards per reception in his first season with the Saints. In Week 12, Ginn has a favorable matchup with the Rams' CB Kayvon Webster. Although he isn't a must-start, he is still in the WR3 mix for standard leagues.

    Todd Gurley Nov 25 1:20am ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram has gone over 130 rushing yards each of the last two weeks and looks to carry on his success in Los Angeles in Week 12. He now ranks fourth in the NFL with 806 rushing yards, and his eight touchdowns are tied with the Rams' Todd Gurley for the league lead. His 5.2 yards per carry is third among running backs behind teammate Alvin Kamara (6.2) and Green Bay's Aaron Jones (5.3). Ingram is a firm RB1 who can be played with confidence each week - something that couldn't be said at any previous point in his career by fantasy owners.

    Alvin Kamara Nov 25 1:10am ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara isn't just becoming an every-week RB1 regardless of matchup, he's making a strong case for Offensive Rookie of the Year. Through 10 games, he already has 1,000 all-purpose yards with 459 rushing yards and 447 receiving yards plus 120 yards on five kickoff returns. Kamara also has seven touchdowns and is leading the NFL with a 6.4-yard average per carry. Due to his versatility, Kamara is nearly matchup-proof, even in tough road games like the Saints will face in Week 12 versus the Rams.

    Kenny Stills Nov 25 12:50am ET

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills broke out with his best game of the season in Week 11 with 180 receiving yards and a touchdown. It may not be a coincidence that nearly all of it came in the second half with Matt Moore at QB. In Week 7 when Moore played the majority of the game, Stills scored twice and came away with 85 yards. The following week, with Moore as the starter, Stills was targeted a season-high 10 times. While Stills will be covered by CB Malcolm Butler this week, he could see enough volume to be a sneaky flex play and may outproduce teammate DeVante Parker yet again.

    DeVante Parker Nov 25 12:40am ET

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker continued a disappointing campaign with a 26-yard effort in Week 11. The Patriots present a generous pass defense, but Parker hasn't fully capitalized on previous matchups this season. Parker has one touchdown and hasn't put up a single 100-yard game. He'll also be catching passes from backup Matt Moore this week. In Moore's previous start, Parker was a DNP and the two have barely worked together. Parker could be considered a low-end WR3 in PPR leagues, but can't be trusted to do much more than he has already this year.

    Julius Thomas Nov 25 12:30am ET

    Miami Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas hasn't put up many big games this season, but he has come alive in recent weeks with a pair of touchdowns and a slight increase in targets. Apparently, he could stay more involved in the offense as the year winds down. "Yeah, with Julius, I didn't get him going enough early in the season,'' said Dolphins coach Adam Gase. "But I feel like we've gotten (back) into a little bit more of a groove with him now, and I still think there are some other things we can do." Thomas is not an ideal start for fantasy owners, but he could see his share of red zone opportunities and serve as a TE streamer for deep leagues.

    Damien Williams Nov 25 12:10am ET

    Miami Dolphins running back Damien Williams emerged as the rushing leader for the team in last week's loss to Tampa Bay, but that alone isn't an encouraging sign. Williams broke off a 69-yard run early in the game, but finished with nine yards on his other nine carries, totaling 78 rush yards for the day. 78 is also where Williams is ranked among all flex players (RB, WR, TE) in our weekly RotoBaller rankings, reflecting his position on the bubble for flex consideration. He comes as a low-ceiling option against a New England team that gives up a fair amount of yardage, but has held each of their last six opponents under 20 points. Williams has a low probability of reaching the end zone and can be passed over for someone with higher upside.

    Kenyan Drake Nov 25 12:00am ET

    Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake had a disappointing game against Tampa Bay in Week 11, rushing for four yards on seven carries. Drake outsnapped Damien Williams on the day, but contributed nothing to fantasy owners who thought the matchup would reap benefits for them. Drake is still in a committee situation and can't be considered more than a desperation flex play for Week 12 against the Patriots, who are an average defense against the run. He has shown big-play ability and is sporting a 5.5 yards per carry average this season, but won't get enough volume to be a reliable option.

    Jarvis Landry Nov 24 11:40pm ET

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is enjoying his best season in terms of fantasy success despite the team's recent struggles. Landry already has set a career-high in touchdowns with six even though his yards-per-catch average (8.5) is a career low. With the Patriots bottom-dwelling pass defense on tap for Week 12, Landry could have a chance to enter the WR1 conversation in PPR formats. He enters the game motivated to beat a team that has dominated them in recent years. "Honestly, it's a pride thing and also, it's something for us, a mindset," Landry said. Although the Dolphins are the biggest underdog of the week, it could benefit the receivers if they fall behind early.

    Jay Cutler Nov 24 11:10pm ET

    Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore has been named the starter for Week 12. Jay Cutler (head) remains out as he recovers from a suspected concussion suffered in the first half against Tampa Bay. Cutler's concussion comes at a convenient time, as he had thrown three picks in the first half. Moore did a nice job filling in the second half of a losing effort and has the experience to step in effectively. His first start of the season didn't go so well, however, as he failed to lead the team to a single point in a 40-0 thrashing by Baltimore. Moore will face the Patriots, who entered Week 12 allowing the second-most fantasy points to quarterbacks. In a matchup where the team will need to pass often, he could be a sneaky source of garbage time points, but one that comes with great risk.

    William Hayes Nov 24 9:53pm ET

    Miami Dolphins DE William Hayes' (back) back injury could keep him sidelined for an extended period of time, according to a league source.

    Janoris Jenkins Nov 24 9:53pm ET

    New York Giants CB Janoris Jenkins (ankle) has a 'painful' ankle injury that could sideline him for a few games, according to head coach Ben McAdoo.

    Brandon LaFell Nov 24 9:43pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals WR Brandon LaFell (knee) was a full participant in practice Friday, Nov. 24, and he is not listed on the Week 12 injury report.

    Tyler Kroft Nov 24 9:33pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Kroft (hand) was a full participant in practice Friday, Nov. 24, and he is not listed on the Week 12 injury report.

    JuJu Smith-Schuster Nov 24 8:50pm ET

    The Pittsburgh Steelers have ruled out wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (hamstring) and tight end Vance McDonald (ankle) ahead of their Sunday night game against the Green Bay Packers. Smith-Schuster's hamstring strain was said to be a minor issue but it is apparently significant enough to keep him out of action on Sunday. McDonald has been dealing with his ankle issue for a few weeks now. Look for Martavis Bryant to see a few extra targets on the outside while Jesse James operates as the team's primary tight end. At least the team ruled both players out early so fantasy owners don't have to make any difficult decisions ahead of the Sunday night game.

    Tyler Lockett Nov 24 8:43pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (hip) was limited during practice Friday, Nov. 24, but is not on the injury report for Week 12.

    Bobby Wagner Nov 24 8:43pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks OG Oday Aboushi (shoulder), SS Kam Chancellor (neck) and CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion) did not participate in practice Friday, Nov. 24, and have been ruled out for Week 12. RB Mike Davis not practice and is listed as doubtful. OT Duane Brown (ankle), LB Bobby Wagner (hamstring), LB D.J. Alexander (shoulder) and DE Dion Jordan (neck) did not practice and are listed as questionable. TE Jimmy Graham (ankle), LB Michael Wilhoite (calf), DT Jarran Reed (hamstring) and OT Luke Joeckel (knee) fully participated in practice but are listed as questionable. WR Tyler Lockett (hip) was limited but is not on the injury report. WR Amara Darboh (ankle), CB Jeremy Lane (non-injury) and DE Michael Bennett (non-injury) fully participated in practice and are not on the injury report.

    Mike Davis Nov 24 8:33pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Mike Davis (groin) did not participate in practice Friday, Nov. 24, and is listed as doubtful for Week 12.

    Jimmy Graham Nov 24 8:33pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (ankle) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 24, but is listed as questionable for Week 12.

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