Week 18 Fantasy Football Blog

We made it. It’s the final week of the regular season and today is loaded with playoff implications. Don’t have time to watch the games? Check in here to stay on top of the action from all of the 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm games.


Lamar Jackson

Joe Burrow

Justin Fields

Baker Mayfield

Kareem Hunt

Aaron Jones

Chase Edmonds

Ronald Jones

Joe Mixon

Tee Higgins

Emmanuel Sanders (doubtful)

Braxton Berrios

Kadarius Toney

Rondale Moore

Ricky Seals-Jones

1:00 pm ET

Bengals – Browns

Packers – Lions

Bears – Vikings

Washington – Giants

Colts – Jaguars

Steelers – Ravens

Titans – Texans

(2:56) Wentz just threw his first road interception all year. That is on top of his earlier fumble. Never mind… the call changed to an incomplete pass and the Colts were forced to punt.

(2:55) Full disclosure – I forgot the WFT and the Giants game was still on. WFT’s defense just picked off Jake Fromm for a pick-six and extend their lead 12-0 thanks to two field goals by Slye before that.

(2:53) Oh boy. Dalton just took a sack on fourth down for the third time today. Ouch.

(2:50) Andy Dalton had to scramble in the red zone and nearly scored a touchdown. It was called a score on the field, but his knee was clearly down.

The Ravens just took the lead with a touchdown run by Latavius Murray who found a big hole in the Steelers front.

(2:43) I love these trick plays by the Lions! That was crazy fun! They did a reverse flea flicker that turned into a touchdown by Brock Wright.

(2:37) The Jags sacked Wentz and forced a fumble. Jacksonville recovered and has possession on the 23-yard. (Sorry, Colts fans).

The Vikings cut the Bears lead down with a score by Ihmir Smith-Marsette. Minnesota still trails 10-14 to Chicago.

Rodgers is officially out of the game now and the Lions just forced a turnover. The play is under review, but this could be the Lions ball.

(2:30) The Bengals just caused another turnover as Keenum’s pass was tipped and intercepted in the end zone to end the half.

(2:24) Ew – Case Keenum was sacked (but it was…


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