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NFL fantasy football rankings for Week 14

Drew Brees should be money this week. John Grieshop/Getty Images

QB 

  1. Drew Brees @ TB
  2. Ben Roethlisberger @ OAK
  3. Aaron Rodgers vs. ATL
  4. Patrick Mahomes vs. BAL
  5. Philip Rivers vs. CIN
  6. James Winston vs. NO
  7. Deshaun Watson vs. IND
  8. Andrew Luck @ HOU
  9. Cam Newton @ CLE
  10. Matt Ryan @ GB
  11. Jared Goff @ CHI
  12. Tom Brady @ MIA
  13. Russell Wilson vs. MIN
  14. Mitch Trubisky vs. LAR
  15. Lamar Jackson @ KC

RB (Standard)

  1. Todd Gurley @ CHI
  2. Christian McCaffrey @ CLE
  3. Ezekiel Elliott vs. PHI
  4. Saquon Barkley @ WAS
  5. Alvin Kamara @ TB
  6. Phillip Lindsay @ SF
  7. Aaron Jones vs. ATL
  8. Leonard Fournette @ TEN
  9. Nick Chubb vs. CAR
  10. Tarik Cohen vs. LAR
  11. David Johnson vs. DET
  12. Sony Michel @ MIA
  13. James White @ MIA
  14. Calvin Cook @ SEA
  15. Mark Ingram @ TB
  16. Joe Mixon @ LAC
  17. Gus Edwards @ KC
  18. Jaylen Samuels @ OAK
  19. Lamar Miller vs. IND
  20. Justin Jackson vs. CIN
  21. Adrian Peterson vs. NYG
  22. Spencer Ware vs. BAL
  23. Chris Carson vs. MIN
  24. Jeffery Wilson vs. DEN
  25. Austin Ekeler vs. CIN
  26. Marlon Mack @ HOU
  27. Josh Adams @ DAL
  28. LeSean McCoy vs. NYG
  29. Tevin Coleman @ GB
  30. LeGarrette Blount @ ARI

WR (Standard)

  1. Michael Thomas @ TB
  2. Antonio Brown @ OAK
  3. DeAndre Hopkins vs. IND
  4. Davante Adams vs. ATL
  5. Julio Jones @ GB
  6. Keenan Allen vs. CIN
  7. Odell Beckham, Jr. @ WAS
  8. Adam Thielen @ SEA
  9. TY Hilton @ HOU
  10. Tyreek Hill vs. BAL
  11. Mike Evans vs. NO
  12. Juju Smith-Schuster @ OAK
  13. Amari Cooper vs. PHI
  14. Stefon Diggs @ SEA
  15. Robert Woods @ CHI
  16. Brandin Cooks @ CHI
  17. Adam Humphries vs. NO
  18. Josh Gordon @ MIA
  19. Julian Edelman @ MIA
  20. Courtland Sutton @ SF
  21. DJ Moore @ CLE
  22. Chris Godwin vs. NO
  23. Tyler Lockett vs. MIN
  24. Corey Davis vs. JAX
  25. Larry Fitzgerald vs. DET
  26. Kenny Golladay @ ARI
  27. Jarvis Landry vs. CAR
  28. Tyler Boyd @ LAC
  29. Josh Reynolds @ CHI
  30. Golden Tate @ DAL
  31. Mike Williams vs. CIN
  32. Alshon Jeffery @ DAL
  33. Allen Robinson vs. LAR
  34. Calvin Ridley @ GB
  35. Anthony Miller vs. LAR
  36. Demaryius Thomas vs. IND
  37. Tre’Quan Smith @ TB
  38. Doug Baldwin vs. MIN
  39. Zay Jones vs. NYJ
  40. Sterling Shepard @ WAS

TE (Standard)

  1. Zach Ertz @ DAL
  2. Travis Kelce vs. BAL
  3. Jaylen Samuels @ OAK (if eligible)
  4. Eric Ebron @ HOU
  5. Rob Gronkowski @ MIA
  6. George Kittle vs. DEN
  7. David Njoku vs. CAR
  8. Jared Cook vs. PIT
  9. Cameron Brate vs. NO
  10. Austin Hooper @ GB
  11. Jordan Reed vs. NYG
  12. Trey Burton vs. LAR
  13. CJ Uzomah @ LAC
  14. Kyle Rudolph @ SEA
  15. Vance McDonald @ OAK

D/ST

  1. Chargers vs. CIN
  2. Titans vs. JAX
  3. Steelers vs. OAK
  4. Bills vs. NYJ
  5. Broncos @ SF
  6. Jaguars @ TEN
  7. Rams @ CHI
  8. Texans vs. IND
  9. Cowboys vs. PHI
  10. Jets @ BUF
  11. Redskins vs. NYG
  12. Giants @ WAS
  13. Lions @ ARI
  14. Seahawks vs. MIN
  15. Chiefs vs. BAL

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Texans fall to 1-6. Photo by Getty Images

Don't you worry, son. It will all be over soon.

- Teddy KGB, Rounders

The Texans horrible season continued on Sunday when they were soundly beaten by the Green Bay Packers. The Texans got some garbage points to make the score look better late, but they were never in this. They could not run the football, and even though he had a receiving score, maybe it's time the David Johnson experiment ended. Aaron Rodgers ate their souls with four touchdown passes and the Texans fell to 1-6. Five thoughts on the game:

1) First impressions? Not so much. For the seventh time this season, the Texans failed to score on their opening drive. They had ONE touchdown last season on their opening drive, week 17 against the Titans. While Bill O'Brien still gets a lot of that blame, Tim Kelly is now 0 for 3 as an OC. Whoever takes over next season has to fix this. Especially against good teams, the Texans simply can't afford to get down early. They were down 21-0 at the half and never had a real chance.

2) There is good news! Hopefully this lets the team know that there is no chance of anything this season. With the trade deadline looming, any veteran not named Watson or Tunsil should be available for draft picks. It remains unlikely they will do anything, but they have some pieces that might bring a return. Hopefully they no longer think the season can be salvaged.

3) They really aren't close against good teams. The little things continue to be a problem. Key penalties to hurt drives; untimely failures on third down. The offense has to do a better job staying on the field, because the defense just is not good enough to stop solid offenses. Things got worse when their best corner, Bradley Roby went out with injury. Overall, the Packers were better on both sides of the ball, and they made the Texans look bad throughout. The Texans needed some breaks to go their way in order to be competitive, like what happened last week against Tennessee. That didn't happen, and they were never in the game.

4) They won special teams! They blocked a punt in the fourth quarter that helped make the final score a little closer. They also blocked a kick last week. Other than their overpaid kicker (who missed a field goal), the special teams have been solid. Their punter might be the best player at his job on the entire team. So there's that. A positive, right?

5) The future? Meh. The Texans get the Jaguars, Browns and Patriots next, so they should have a chance at some wins, but they could also lose to all three of those teams. And with no high draft pick reward at the end of the year, there is little left to play or root for in this season.

With nine games left, you would like to think there was something left to care about. But if it isn't over yet, it's as Teddy said: It will all be over soon.

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