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Week 16 fantasy football Rankings

Week 16 fantasy football Rankings
Pat Mahomes is still a great play. Photo via Kansas City Chiefs/Facebook


  1. Patrick Mahomes @ SEA
  2. Andrew Luck vs. NYG
  3. Drew Brees vs. PIT
  4. Ben Roethlisberger @ NO
  5. Russell Wilson vs. KC
  6. Deshaun Watson @ PHI
  7. Dak Prescott vs. TB
  8. Aaron Rodgers @ NYJ
  9. Baker Mayfield vs. CIN
  10. Matt Ryan @ CAR
  11. Josh Allen @ NE
  12. Mitch Trubisky @ SF
  13. Jared Goff @ ARI
  14. Philip Rivers vs. BAL
  15. Tom Brady vs. BUF

RB (Standard)

  1. Christian McCaffrey vs. ATL
  2. Todd Gurley @ ARI
  3. Ezekiel Elliott vs. TB
  4. Joe Mixon @ CLE
  5. Saquon Barkley @ IND
  6. Nick Chubb vs. CIN
  7. Alvin Kamara vs. PIT
  8. Phillip Lindsay @ OAK
  9. Chris Carson vs. KC
  10. Dalvin Cook @ DET
  11. Melvin Gordon vs. BAL
  12. Derrick Henry vs. WAS
  13. Marlon Mack vs. NYG
  14. Tarik Cohen @ SF
  15. Gus Edwards @ LAC
  16. David Johnson vs. LAR
  17. James Conner @ NO
  18. Damien Williams @ SEA
  19. Sony Michel vs. BUF
  20. Leonard Fournette @ MIA
  21. Mark Ingram vs. PIT
  22. James White vs. BUF
  23. Jamaal Wiliams @ NYJ
  24. Elijah McGuire vs. GB
  25. Tevin Coleman @ CAR
  26. Adrian Peterson @ TB
  27. Jordan Howard @ SF
  28. Kalen Ballage vs. JAX
  29. Dion Lewis vs. WAS
  30. Lamar Miller @ PHI

WR (Standard)

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

TE (Standard)

  1. Zach Ertz vs. HOU
  2. Travis Kelce @ SEA
  3. George Kittle vs. CHI
  4. Eric Ebron vs. NYG
  5. Rob Gronkowski vs. BUF
  6. Evan Engram @ IND
  7. Jared Cook vs. DEN
  8. Cameron Brate @ DAL
  9. Trey Burton @ SF
  10. David Njoku vs. CIN
  11. Austin Hooper @ CAR
  12. Jaylen Samuels @ NO
  13. Chris Herndon vs. GB
  14. Kyle Rudolph @ DET
  15. Vance McDonald @ NO


  1. Rams @ ARI
  2. Bears @ SF
  3. Titans vs. WAS
  4. Vikings @ DET
  5. Colts vs. NYG
  6. Cowboys vs. TB
  7. Browns vs. CIN
  8. Patriots vs. BUF
  9. Texans @ PHI
  10. Chargers vs. BAL
  11. Dolphins vs. JAX
  12. Broncos @ Raiders
  13. Jaguars @ MIA
  14. Ravens @ LAC
  15. Eagles vs. HOU

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Luka Doncic had 41 points, nine rebounds and nine assists, and the Dallas Mavericks prevented the Houston Rockets from advancing to the quarterfinals of the NBA In-Season Tournament with a 121-115 victory on Tuesday night.

Kyrie Irving added 22 of his 27 points in the second half for the Mavericks, who had already been eliminated. Their victory allowed the New Orleans Pelicans to win Group B in the Western Conference with a 3-1 record.

Doncic fell just short of his 59th career triple-double. That would have tied him for ninth place all-time with Larry Bird. He shot 15 of 29, 3 of 10 on 3-pointers.

“Sometimes we take him for granted, and we shouldn’t,” Mavericks coach Jason Kidd said. “He’s about winning, but it just so happens he’s a walking triple-double.

”The Mavericks, who trailed by nine points in the third quarter, grabbed the lead for good at 99-98 with 6:25 to play on a drive by Irving. Leading 103-100 with 5:25 left, they went on an 8-2 run that included three free throws by Derrick Jones Jr. when he was fouled by Dillon Brooks on a 25-footer with the shot clock about to expire.

Jabari Smith Jr.’s 3-pointer with 8 seconds left pulled the Rockets within 119-115 before Dallas closed it out.

Doncic played after sustaining a low-grade sprain of his left thumb on his non-shooting hand early in Saturday’s game. He wore a wrap on the thumb.

Doncic made a hook shot from the free throw line after recovering a loose ball near the baseline.

“I’m 2 for 2 in my career on the hooks,” Doncic said, saying the other came while playing for the Slovenian national team against Sweden.

Irving shot 2 for 11 in the first half, 1 for 5 on 3-pointers, with no free-throw attempts. He was 6 for 11 in the second half, hitting 1 of 2 behind the arc, and sank all nine free throws.

“I told the team, ‘Played well enough to win, not smart enough to win,’” Rockets coach Ime Udoka said. “We were extra-aggressive, especially at the end of the third quarter. Had multiple players make a few dumb fouls, put Kyrie at the line and got him going when he didn’t have a lot going. You can be aggressive, obviously, but slapping somebody on a 3-point shot on the arm is an unintelligent play. It has nothing to do with aggression.”

Alperen Sengun had a season-best 31 points for the Rockets, who had six scorers in double figures. Fred VanVleet had 10 points and 12 assists.

The Rockets have lost all six of their road games this season. They went into play leading the NBA by allowing an average of 104.4 points per game.

The Mavericks didn’t use the specially built court for either of their home tournament games, citing dissatisfaction with the quality.


Rockets: Will finish a back-to-back at Denver on Wednesday.

Mavericks: Host Memphis on Friday.

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