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League Player News

  • 9/18, 10:13 pm
    • Williams recorded three tackles, all solo,...

      Williams recorded three tackles, all solo, an interception and a pass defensed across 62 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Browns.

      Analysis: Williams didn't miss a defensive snap and was a key reason the Saints were able to hold off the Browns. His interception came with five minutes left in the contest, the Saints trailing 12-10. Williams was able to give the offense a prime setup, returning the pick 22 yards and lining Drew Brees up at the Browns' 18-yard line. The safety will have his hands full again this Sunday against Matt Ryan and the Falcons' high-flying air assault.

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  • 9/18, 9:59 pm
    • Rankins recorded five tackles (two solo)...

      Rankins recorded five tackles (two solo) and a sack across 50 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Browns.

      Analysis: Rankins played in 81 percent of the Saints defensive snaps, good for second-highest on the defensive line only behind Cameron Jordan. A run-stuffer, Rankins does not reach the quarterback often, as he recorded a season-total of two sacks last season.

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  • 9/18, 9:49 pm
    • Griffen recorded two tackles (one solo)...

      Griffen recorded two tackles (one solo) and half a sack across 69 defensive snaps in Sunday's tie with the Packers.

      Analysis: Griffen was limited throughout the week at practice with a toe injury but did not appear to be slowed down on the field Sunday. The defensive end played in 90 percent of the defensive reps, the highest mark across the defensive line. Griffen was in the face of Pro Bowler David Bakhtiari all afternoon, forcing Aaron Rodgers to rush through his progressions several times.

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  • 9/18, 9:38 pm
    • The Eagles lost 27-21 to the...

      The Eagles lost 27-21 to the Buccaneers in Week 2. They'll play the Colts in Week 3.

      Analysis: Philly was Tampa Bay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's latest victim, as he carved them up for 402 yards and four touchdowns. The Colts will be a tough test as QB Andrew Luck is showing glimpses of his old self, but still has a 4:3 TD:INT ratio to show for it. The Eagles defense still doesn't look equipped to handle strong pass offenses after allowing an average of 309 air yards through two games. Still, Luck's turnover issues will leave the Eagles with plenty of opportunities to raise their ceiling, especially since the Colts don't have much of a run game anymore. This is starting unit still, but keep them on a short leash going forward.

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  • 9/18, 9:31 pm
    • The Giants lost 20-13 to the...

      The Giants lost 20-13 to the Cowboys in Week 2. They'll play against the Texans in Week 3.

      Analysis: The Giants rank second in the league so far with 164 passing yards allowed per game, and Texans QB Deshaun Watson doesn't look like the quarterback that was a ROTY candidate in 2017 before tearing his ACL. Still, he's more than serviceable and can beat teams on the ground as well, as he's second on the team in rushing yards (84) but has yet to score. The Giants defense may be without Eli Apple (groin), which would diminish their effectiveness against the Texans' Hopkins-Fuller tandem. Still, this team has allowed just 20 points in each of its first two games, signalling that it has enough merit to be started in deeper leagues.

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