NFL Points Allowed By Position
|Name||vQB||vRB||vWR||vTE||vK||vDST||Opp||Opp Spread||Opp Money Line||O/U|
|Arizona Cardinals (3-13)||16.1||27.3||28.2||6.7||7.8||9.5||LA (13-3-0)||13.0||-976||45.5|
|Atlanta Falcons (7-9)||21.7||24.5||32.4||8.7||7.5||4.5||CAR (7-9-0)||-5.5||202||44.0|
|Baltimore Ravens (10-6)||16.1||15.2||24.1||10.6||6.0||4.9||CIN (6-10-0)||-1.0||-110||44.0|
|Buffalo Bills (6-10)||13.3||23.5||23.0||6.2||7.8||9.2||LAC (12-4-0)||-7.5||-323||43.0|
|Carolina Panthers (7-9)||19.9||17.7||31.3||11.7||7.1||4.6||ATL (7-9-0)||5.5||-244||44.0|
|Chicago Bears (12-4)||13.9||15.1||28.1||7.9||7.0||4.6||SEA (10-6-0)||-3.0||151||43.5|
|Cincinnati Bengals (6-10)||22.0||24.7||29.4||12.5||9.7||4.9||BAL (10-6-0)||1.0||-108||44.0|
|Cleveland Browns (7-8)||19.1||21.0||26.9||11.9||7.1||5.9||NO (13-3-0)||9.5||-424||49.5|
|Dallas Cowboys (10-6)||17.1||18.3||22.1||10.9||7.8||6.9||NYG (5-11-0)||-3.0||131||42.0|
|Denver Broncos (6-10)||16.7||19.1||26.4||10.8||7.8||5.1||OAK (4-12-0)||-5.5||209||46.0|
|Detroit Lions (6-10)||18.1||20.9||27.7||9.3||6.4||5.6||SF (4-12-0)||6.0||-257||48.0|
|Green Bay Packers (6-9)||18.4||21.8||32.1||8.4||7.8||5.2||MIN (8-7-1)||-1.5||-113||46.0|
|Houston Texans (11-5)||17.8||17.7||26.7||12.8||7.2||5.4||TEN (9-7-0)||1.5||110||45.0|
|Indianapolis Colts (10-6)||17.0||20.8||20.9||12.3||8.3||3.9||WAS (7-9-0)||5.5||-251||46.5|
|Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11)||16.4||17.0||21.6||9.7||7.6||9.4||NE (11-5-0)||-1.0||-121||45.0|
|Kansas City Chiefs (12-4)||21.6||29.0||29.7||13.3||7.4||1.6||PIT (9-6-1)||4.0||-201||52.5|
|Los Angeles Rams (13-3)||18.5||20.1||28.9||11.2||8.2||2.7||ARI (3-13-0)||-13.0||647||45.5|
|Los Angeles Chargers (12-4)||16.0||22.9||23.6||8.8||6.3||3.9||BUF (6-10-0)||7.5||262||43.0|
|Miami Dolphins (7-9)||20.1||24.8||27.6||10.5||8.6||7.3||NYJ (4-12-0)||3.0||-151||44.0|
|Minnesota Vikings (8-7)||14.7||20.4||21.4||7.5||8.5||5.9||GB (6-9-1)||1.5||-104||46.0|
|New England Patriots (11-5)||18.8||18.3||26.5||10.2||7.7||2.8||JAC (5-11-0)||1.0||103||45.0|
|New Orleans Saints (13-3)||22.0||15.8||35.8||7.8||4.8||2.0||CLE (7-8-1)||-9.5||335||49.5|
|New York Giants (5-11)||18.1||23.9||27.0||10.9||9.4||5.7||DAL (10-6-0)||3.0||-153||42.0|
|New York Jets (4-12)||20.6||19.5||33.7||6.5||9.8||7.4||MIA (7-9-0)||-3.0||129||44.0|
|Oakland Raiders (4-12)||20.0||22.7||30.9||12.2||8.3||8.4||DEN (6-10-0)||5.5||-252||46.0|
|Philadelphia Eagles (9-7)||19.6||20.6||33.5||7.2||8.8||5.4||TB (5-11-0)||3.0||146||44.0|
|Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6)||18.1||17.4||28.9||10.8||6.4||4.0||KC (12-4-0)||-4.0||173||52.5|
|Seattle Seahawks (10-6)||17.5||21.7||27.2||8.1||7.1||4.1||CHI (12-4-0)||3.0||-176||43.5|
|San Francisco 49ers (4-12)||19.8||21.7||31.8||7.5||7.8||7.8||DET (6-10-0)||-6.0||214||48.0|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11)||21.7||24.2||32.7||11.2||8.4||7.5||PHI (9-7-0)||-3.0||-169||44.0|
|Tennessee Titans (9-7)||16.2||16.4||29.3||6.8||7.9||7.0||HOU (11-5-0)||-1.5||-130||45.0|
|Washington Redskins (7-9)||18.8||20.4||30.3||8.1||6.7||6.7||IND (10-6-0)||-5.5||207||46.5|
Player AlarmsView All
J. Maclin - WR
Maclin (hamstring) nannounced Sunday that he is retiring from the NFL.
Maclin was forced to sit out the entire 2018 season following surgery on his hamstring, and now, the former Pro Bowl wide receiver will officially call it a career. After posting back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2014 and 2015, Maclin was never the same, and injuries played a big role in his decline. Nevertheless, the wideout still finished with 514 catches for 6,835 yards and 49 touchdowns in his eight-year career.
Added 6:41 pm (EST)
R. Gronkowski - TE
Gronkowski announced Sunday that he will retire from the NFL.
Gronkowski has not been shy about hinting at his retirement recently, and following yet another Super Bowl win, the all-time great tight end will officially call it a career. Gronkowski will finish his NFL career with 521 receptions for 7,861 yards and 79 touchdowns, and he leaves the Patriots with a massive hole at tight end moving forward. Chances are New England is strong in its pursuit for a tight end this offseason, starting with the 2019 NFL Draft.
Added 6:04 pm (EST)
J. Flacco - QB
Despite trading for Flacco, the Broncos are set to hold workouts with each of the draft's presumptive top four quarterbacks, Nick Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Jhabvala also reported that general manager John Elway joked a bit about perceptions that he's enamored with Missouri's Drew Lock and indicated that trading back from No. 10 might be difficult with a perceived weak quarterback class. Certainly, there are some mixed signals here. If nothing else, it indicates that -- despite Elway's comments that Flacco is entering his prime -- the team is going to exercise due diligence while it's picking in the top 10 for what Elway must hope will be the last time in a long while. The plan is far from illogical. Though Flacco supporters will point to his return to a Kyle Shanahan/Gary Kubiak system as reason for optimism, Flacco has topped a quarterback rating of 90.0 just twice in his entire career and not since 2014. For comparison, 72.7 percent of eligible quarterbacks topped a rating of 90.0 last season. Flacco has some work to do to be a fixture in Denver and the Broncos might strike while the iron is hot before he gets a real chance.
Added 6:03 pm (EST)
C. McCoy - QB
McCoy (leg) was spotted with a cast and crutches Sunday, Jim Vertuno of The Associated Press reports.
McCoy broke his leg in Week 13 versus the Eagles and missed the remainder of the season. He was seen without the help of crutches or a cast in February, so he was assumed healthy. However, he was the grand marshal for a race in Austin, Texas this weekend, where he was seen sporting crutches again. It appears this is a hiccup in McCoy's recovery, so a quick recovery would benefit the 32-year-old, who will be competing with Case Keenum for the starting quarterback role throughout the offseason program and training camp.
Added 1:22 pm (EST)
B. Callahan - DB
Head coach Vic Fangio said Sunday that Callahan (foot) is unlikely to suit up for bonus minicamp, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
Callahan came over from Chicago, where he played for Fangio while he was the defensive coordinator there. The Rice product had been nursing a broken bone in his foot that required surgery Dec. 12. This news is somewhat concerning for his recovery, considering the minicamp won't start for three more weeks. The 27-year-old was solid last season for Chicago, racking up 45 tackles (39 soloo) and two sacks in just 13 games.
Added 12:18 pm (EST)
P. Lindsay - RB
Coach Vic Fangio said Lindsay (wrist) is unlikely to participate in the beginning of OTAs, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
The Broncos have a bonus minicamp the week after the 2019 NFL Draft, and Lindsay will likely be watching from the sidelines. It's unclear if Lindsay will be able to participate in any part of the offseason program, but there doesn't seem to be concern about his availability for training camp. This injury shouldn't affect his fantasy stock anyway considering his condition is a wrist issue instead of a lower-body problem.
Added 12:16 pm (EST)
G. Iloka - DB
Iloka signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys on Saturday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
The 28-year-old has plenty of experience as a five-year starter with the Bengals, but Iloka started just three games with the Vikings in 2018. Archer added Iloka can play both safety positions, and the Cowboys plan to have him replace Jeff Heath as the starting strong safety while keeping Xavier Woods as the free safety.
Added Yesterday 9:28 pm (EST)
N. Thorpe - DB
Thorpe re-signed with the Seahawks on Saturday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
That's now seven cornerbacks on the Seahawks' roster entering the 2019 season. Thorpe was a special teams dynamo last season, acting as the team's co-captain while recording seven tackles across 266 snaps.
Added Yesterday 3:54 pm (EST)