Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense6th120.1 (6th)253.2 (13th)
Defense26th117.6 (23rd)257.5 (24th)

Schedule

Sun Sep 11
W 35 - 34at NO
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Sun Sep 18
L 35 - 28ATL
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Sun Sep 25
W 17 - 10at TEN
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Sun Oct 2
W 28 - 27at BAL
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Sun Oct 9
W 34 - 31SD
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Sun Oct 16
L 26 - 10KC
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Sun Oct 23
W 33 - 16at JAC
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Sun Oct 30
W 30 - 24at TB
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Sun Nov 6
W 30 - 20DEN
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Mon Nov 21
W 27 - 20HOU
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Sun Nov 27
W 35 - 32CAR
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Sun Dec 4
W 38 - 24BUF
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Thu Dec 8
L 21 - 13at KC
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Sun Dec 18
W 19 - 16at SD
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Sat Dec 24
W 33 - 25IND
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Sun Jan 1
L 24 - 6at DEN
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Sat Jan 7
L 27 - 14at HOU
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Orioles' Zach Britton: Not concerned with oblique setback
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Britton said he's not worried about the oblique injury he suffered earlier this week, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

The Orioles' star closer offered the fantasy world a boost of confidence that his recent setback is nothing to be concerned with. Britton said he felt his oblique ailment the day after throwing a bullpen -- as opposed to during the throwing session -- which lends itself to more of a soreness issue than a serious problem. The 29-year-old lefty said the ankle injury he deal with last season felt 100 times worse, and that ailment only shelved him for a few days.

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Canadiens' Andrew Shaw: Snaps drought in Tuesday's win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Shaw scored a goal on two shots, one hit, and had a two-minute penalty over 15:45 of ice time in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Rangers.

Shaw hadn't put one past a goalie since Jan. 24, a stretch of 10 games before his wraparound beat New York's Henrik Lundqvist. It was a good sequence for Shaw who earlier in the shift made a nice play to keep the puck inside the Rangers' zone. It was a reminder of the good that Shaw can provide. Since returning from a knee injury 17 games ago, Shaw has made more headlines for his dumb penalties than offensive contributions (two goals, three assists).

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Rays' Brad Boxberger: Impresses in batting practice session
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Boxberger caught the eye of manager Kevin Cash in Tuesday's batting practice session, Bill Chastain of MLB.com reports. "You saw the depth on his changeup, which was great to see. The ball's coming out of his hand really well."

The former closer would already be ahead of the game if he escapes spring training with his health intact, considering an abdominal injury during last year's exhibition slate set the stage for a season that would see him pitch just 24.1 innings and lose his ninth-inning role to Alex Colome. Boxberger could reinvent himself as a dominant setup option this season, and will look to significantly improve on the career-high 4.81 ERA and 1.73 WHIP he generated in 2016.

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Rays' Tim Beckham: Working in outfield early in spring
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Beckham, who added first base to his resume last season after having already played at each of the other infield spots, is putting in time as an outfielder this spring, Bill Chastain of MLB.com reports. "It's just repetition," Beckham said. "The more comfortable I get out there, the more opportunities I'll get. I don't think it's going to be hard at all. It's not going to be tough learning the position."

The addition of a fifth position to Beckham's defensive repertoire had been speculated about shortly before the start of initial workouts, and is now officially in process. The 27-year-old utility man has embraced the latest opportunity, remarking that his goal is simply to "play and win games", regardless of where he's deployed on the field. The additional versatility can only help Beckham's cause for a spot on the 25-man roster, although he'll likely need to display improvement in his plate discipline and overall offensive consistency to stick.

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Maple Leafs' Jake Gardiner: Keys overtime win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gardiner notched an assist on William Nylander's game-tying power-play goal in the third period Tuesday, then buried the game-winner in overtime to secure a 5-4 victory over Winnipeg.

After failing to hit the scoresheet 12 times in a span of 13 games, Gardiner has exploded seemingly out of nowhere with five points in the Leafs' last two contests. His offense has come in fits and starts, but the bottom line is that Gardiner is now just one point off his career high (31, which he's done twice) while boasting a plus-20 rating that's light years better than any figure he's put up in the past.

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