That’s right folks, while we still have actual football for the next month, our fantasy season has come to a close. I’d like to thank all of our contributors who did an awesome job this season, and of course, thank you the readers for joining us on this trip of discovery. While it feels like we only “discovered” injuries and that the Browns still suck, I’d like to think it was a little Toy Story 3-esque, ya know, holding hands as we fall down a furnace. In this case the furnace is Dez Bryant’s season, but hey, it’s football. Crazy things happen. I mean, the Falcons used to be 6-0. LOL. Anyhow, thanks for a great season everyone. We’ll be sure to continue our rankings throughout the NFL playoffs for your consumption. (Don’t actually eat your screen of choice while reading that.) And we’ll have choice content during the offseason to keep you grounded while Fantasy Baseball combs over the land. Interesting metaphor usage, but whatevs.

Thanks everyone!

Rankings have been updated for today’s games and can be found below…

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As I’m sure everyone has figured out, we’re knee-deep into our Fantasy Football playoff schedule, and for those of you who’ve made it this far, congratulations! And for those of you who didn’t, well, you’re not here to read this anyhow, so whatever. But no worries, Fantasy Baseball has already started to warm up, but for those of you who remain, here are your updated Week 15 Rankings.

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If you weren’t already in your league playoffs, chances are, they start today. And if not, next week. And if not, then I have no idea about anything your league is doing. And as the fantasy season comes to a close, so does the NFL regular season. I can’t say that I’ve actually liked the football I’ve watched this season, but that’s mostly because I’ve been perma-drunk and a Chargers fan. Those aren’t necessarily mutually exclusive, but for my purposes in life, they can be. That being said, there are plenty of teams that have under-performed just as much. Like, for instance, the Browns. Alright, this isn’t making me feel any better. What about a riveting AFC North showdown between the Steelers and Bengals? Meh, been there, done that. A tantalizing game between the Cowboys and Packers? Eh, not especially exciting without Romo. So then there’s the Patriots and Texans Sunday Night Football showdown as our last resort for some football, or something close to it. Tom Brady against Brian Hoyer? Yep. That’s definitely the game we’ll be waiting all day for… Sounds. About. Right.

Rankings have been updated and can be found here.

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Now that the Thanksgiving festivities are behind us, we go into a no-bye schedule from here on out. No offense intended. That’s right folks, if you were tired of watching just two games in the afternoon slot and 67 games to start off the day, well then, the time is here, with a full slate of games, to have… four afternoon games? Seriously? You’d assume in the year 2015, the NFL would have discovered the mathematical operation of dividing by two to plan out a day of football… but we are talking about the NFL here. I suppose if the schedule came out deflated or smoked a joint, it’d be something to fix. But whatever. Who cares when we have such enticing match-ups like the Jets and Giants (The Derp Awakens), and, uh… the Jaguars and Titans? Well, that’s one way to drive traffic to MLBtraderumors… There are the Eagles facing off against the Patriots and for Sunday Night Football, the Colts and Steelers will battle to see who can surround as much mediocrity around their star quarterbacks as they can. To be fair, I think the Steelers win on the count of Andrew Luck being injured. From churning butter. Prove to me he didn’t injure himself churning butter. You can’t, can you?

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I hope everyone has had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend thus far. Mine was a bit different than in the past, but came off as a smashing success because of three very Thanksgiving things occurring; Turkey, Beer, and Football. So thankfully, these upcoming Sunday games gave us a few days to nap our festivities off. And just in time, we have the annual Patriots and “whatever team Peyton Manning is playing on” prime time game. Otherwise known as the NFL’s Highlander. The one thing that’s changed between this football affair (I mean, literally, there’s a whole bunch that’s changed, but this is the only thing I remember right now in a food-induced light coma) is that there is no more Peyton Manning. After ceding his job to a guy that’s had to live his entire life with the fact his parents named him Brock, the storied quarterback duo that the media has, in the past ten years, crafted into the most legendary event ever in the history of man… is no more. Even though, you know, Tom Brady won most of these games, and like, two or three of them were actually good football games. No matter! A new Broncos epoch has begun, and it’s name is Brock. Are you ready?

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It wasn’t that long ago when the Packers were an undefeated 6-0 and were on cruise control right into the playoffs. After losing three straight (and barely hanging onto a victory against my Chargers), the NFC North landscape has changed. Sorta. The Lions are still Lioning their way into their natural habitat of last place, and the Bears are continuing their time honored celebration of profound mediocrity. However, the Vikings (who were, at the beginning of the season, a potential dark-horse candidate) have quietly held onto first place of the division at 7-2. Much of that is due to the emergence of Stefon Diggs and the rejuvenation of Adrian Peterson’s career. I guess he just had to switch things up a bit to succeed. Today, we actually get to see a NFC North divisional match-up that isn’t your-run-of-the-mill of who are the Packers going to beat up now… Much has been said of Packers struggles, especially a missing Jordy Nelson. Who I guess just went on the IR? Or people just realized he was missing? Regardless, it seems as though they are just a one-dimensional offense at the moment, and that dimension is being eaten whole by Eddie Lacy…

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Through the entirety of my career leisurely watching football, there are certain truths, elements that remain steadfast if you will, that I’ve noticed over time. Sure, most of them involve Dan Synder being a douche, Ray Lewis getting stabby with it, and Phil Sims causing aneurysms, but, minus those wonderful highlights, hating on the New England Patriots seems to be numero uno on that list, not just in this country, but at a universal level. Like, I’m talking Pluto, man. And for all those haters (this galaxy specifically), I give to you, the New York Giants. True, they come from the derpiest division, and provide such levels of derp that Tom Coughlin’s face is permanently shaded red. But that seems to never get in the way when the Giants are playing against the Patriots. While there are other marquee match-ups, like Arizona at Seattle, and, uh, Jaguars against the Ravens? Holy sh*t these games suck. Regardless, can the Giants stop yet another Patriots unbeaten season? It’s not a Super Bowl, so probably not, but I guarantee this is the game to watch…

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No game in London this week? Well, there goes my willingness to watch a football-like product today… Instead, we’ll have to deal with intriguing match-ups and, well, not so intriguing ones. Your typical Sunday in the NFL I suppose, unlike Thursday and Monday, which are normally intriguing match-ups that end up with not so intriguing games. (INTRIGUING!) If there was one game to watch, it would probably have to be the 6-1 Packers heading to the Carolinas (both of them I guess?) to face off against the undefeated Panthers. A true test to see if the Panthers, are in fact, real, as all their wins have come against some, well, to stick with today’s theme I guess, less-than-intriguing competition. Living in the NFC South will do that to ya I guess. If there was a second game to watch, it would have to be the Eagles and Cowboys annual opportunity at divisional fisticuffs and NFC East derp. Trust me, a Sunday Night Football game showcasing Sam Bradford and Matt Cassel may sound terrible, but it’ll that good kind of terrible. Like eating Spam. Or watching San Andreas

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It seems so long ago that we started our football journey, and here we are, at the half-way point. To celebrate, the NFL has decided to once again traverse the globe in a continuing effort to alienate football fans outside the United States, this time showcasing the hapless Lions (I nearly considered using the word “hopeless” instead, but let’s be honest, they do share the division with the Bears), going against the Chiefs sans Jamaal Charles. I hope London enjoys Stafford forcing throws into a quadruple-teamed Calvin Johnson and Alex Smith checkdowns as much as we do. Something also of note is that there are currently five undefeated teams in the NFL thus far, including the New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals, proving that the Atheists were onto something. Two of those teams, the Broncos and Packers, will face off for tonight’s Sunday Night Football showcase, allowing the entire NBC crew ample time to tell us how good Peyton Manning is despite having the arm strength of my great grandmother. Who’s been dead for almost 40 years…

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The Panthers? In prime time? WEIRD. I had just assumed that any prime time game featuring an AFC South team would be a battle between the Saints and the Saints. Unless those Saints were going against the Falcons. (Note: This does not include Thursday Night Football, which airs the Texans more times per year than the amount of Texans fans total), but lo and behold, the Panthers, sitting at a surprising 5-0 record and holding sole-ownership of the previously mentioned NFC South (which you could normally do with a 2-4 record in past years), Carolina will be hosting the very-innovative-except-when-they-aren’t-innovative Philadelphia Eagles. After a rough start to the season, the Eagles have rebounded somewhat, not by their own accord mind you, they’ve only rebounded because the Cowboys best players died earlier in the season and Washington and the Giants are doing their best impressions of themselves. It could have something to do with trading everyone away twice and then putting Sam Bradford at your quarterback position, but I’m just an innovative writer. Not so much an innovative coach…

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