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Watson comes in at No. 9 this week. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images


  1. Patrick Mahomes vs. LAC
  2. Philip Rivers @ KC
  3. Ben Roethlisberger vs. NE
  4. Jared Goff vs. PHI
  5. Drew Brees @ CAR
  6. Andrew Luck vs. DAL
  7. Tom Brady @ PIT
  8. Russell Wilson @ SF
  9. Deshaun Watson @ NYJ
  10. Josh Allen vs. DET
  11. Cam Newton vs. NO
  12. Dak Prescott @ IND
  13. Lamar Jackson vs. TB
  14. Matt Ryan vs. ARI
  15. Kirk Cousins vs. MIA

RB (Standard)

  1. Todd Gurley vs. PHI
  2. Ezekiel Elliott @ IND
  3. Saquon Barkley vs. TEN
  4. Christian McCaffrey vs. NO
  5. Phillip Lindsay vs. CLE
  6. Joe Mixon vs. OAK
  7. Alvin Kamara @ CAR
  8. Nick Chubb vs. DEN
  9. Leonard Fournette vs. WAS
  10. Tarik Cohen vs. GB
  11. Chris Carson @ SF
  12. Dalvin Cook vs. MIA
  13. Lamar Miller @ NYJ
  14. David Johnson @ ATL
  15. Sony Michel @ PIT
  16. Mark Ingram @ CAR
  17. James White @ PIT
  18. Aaron Jones @ CHI
  19. Justin Jackson @ KC
  20. Jaylen Samuels vs. NE
  21. Damien Williams vs. LAC
  22. Derrick Henry @ NYG
  23. Marlon Mack vs. DAL
  24. Gus Edwards vs. TB
  25. Jeff Wilson vs. SEA
  26. Doug Martin @ CIN
  27. Josh Adams @ LAR
  28. Adrian Peterson @ JAX
  29. Dion Lewis @ NYG
  30. Tevin Coleman vs. ARI

WR (Standard)

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

TE (Standard)

  1. Travis Kelce vs. LAC
  2. Zach Ertz @ LAR
  3. Eric Ebron vs. DAL
  4. George Kittle vs. SEA
  5. Jaylen Samuels vs. NE
  6. Rob Gronkowski @ PIT
  7. Jared Cook @ CIN
  8. Cameron Brate @ BAL
  9. David Njoku @ DEN
  10. Austin Hooper vs. ARI
  11. Ian Thomas vs. NO
  12. Vance McDonald vs. NE
  13. Kyle Rudolph vs. MIA
  14. Evan Engram vs. TEN
  15. Trey Burton vs. GB


  1. Jaguars vs. WAS
  2. Texans @ NYJ
  3. Bears vs. GB
  4. Ravens vs. TB
  5. Seahawks @ SF
  6. Rams vs. PHI
  7. Vikings vs. MIA
  8. Bills vs. DET
  9. Titans @ NYG
  10. Falcons vs. ARI
  11. Redskins @ JAX
  12. Broncos vs. CLE
  13. Lions @ BUF
  14. Saints @ CAR
  15. Packers @ CHI

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Houston loses to end the road trip

Dodgers get best of Odorizzi to split series with Astros

Jake Odorizzi allowed four home runs over three innings against the Dodgers on Wednesday. Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images.

After spoiling the night of many Dodgers fans in the opener of this two-game series in Los Angeles the night prior, the Astros returned to the stadium to a fresh set of hostile fans, looking to get the mini-sweep. This one went much more in favor of the home team, though, as the Dodgers would ride three big innings to start the game to the win for the series split.

Final Score: Dodgers 7, Astros 5

Astros' Record: 65-43, first in the AL West

Winning Pitcher: Max Scherzer (9-4)

Losing Pitcher: Jake Odorizzi (4-6)

Odorizzi gets shelled

After a Michael Brantley solo home in the top of the first run against Max Scherzer, making his Dodger debut, it looked like the Astros may continue their momentum from the night before to grab hold of this game as well. However, that all changed in the bottom of the inning, as the Dodgers would tee off against Jake Odorizzi.

In that inning, he allowed four runs, a leadoff solo shot by Mookie Betts, then later a three-run blast by Will Smith. Betts made it 2-for-2 with solo homers in the bottom of the second, extending the lead to 5-1. Things went from bad to worse in the third, with Los Angeles getting their fourth home run, this one for two runs to make it a 7-1 game. Odorizzi would finish the third but go no further.

Scherzer K's 10 over seven innings in his Dodger debut

Houston tried to start clawing back into it in the top of the fourth, getting a second run against Scherzer with a two-out RBI-single by Kyle Tucker, trimming the lead to five runs at 5-2. First out of Houston's bullpen was Yimi Garcia in the bottom of the fourth, and he tossed the first 1-2-3 inning for Houston. Rafael Montero was next in the bottom of the fifth, working around a leadoff double followed by a walk for a scoreless inning.

Montero remained in the game in the bottom of the sixth, still 7-2, and would get another scoreless inning, this time sitting down the Dodgers in order. Scherzer finished his quality debut for his new team in the top of the seventh, erasing a leadoff walk to complete seven innings while allowing two runs.

Astros lose to split the series with Dodgers

Brooks Raley was Houston's next reliever, and he, too, would get through a scoreless inning by erasing a two-out single. In the game-within-the-game, the Dodgers brought in Joe Kelly for the top of the eighth, who notched two strikeouts to bring none other than Carlos Correa to the plate, setting up a rematch of the well-known incident that led to the "pouty face" clip from 2020. Carlos Correa won this round, launching a 405-foot homer off of Kelly to make it a four-run game at 7-3.

Phil Maton kept the score there, stranding two runners in the bottom of the eighth to send the 7-3 game to the top of the ninth, where the Dodgers would bring in Kenley Jansen. After a leadoff single, Kyle Tucker would get the Astros within two runs on a two-run homer, making it 7-5. That's as close as they would get, as Jansen would regroup to get the next three batters out to wrap up the loss for Houston.

Up Next: With this road trip completed, the Astros will have a quick turnaround as they catch a late flight back to Houston then turn around with a game Thursday at 7:10 PM Central to open a four-game series with the Twins. Framber Valdez (7-2, 3.01 ERA) will take the mound for Houston in the opener, while Minnesota will counter with Griffin Jax (1-1, 6.41 ERA).

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