NFL: Week 16 Cheat Sheet

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Alright, we’re changing the Skinny up this week. Most leagues are down to their Championship Week – just two teams left to face off for the title. Rather than make those owners wade through the usual game capsules, I thought I’d cut straight to the chase this week and just post my early rankings for each position, color-coding the matchup column so as to show which light (green, chartreuse, yellow, red) I would have placed that player under had I been doing this the usual way. And I’ve made parenthetical note of each player dealing with a notable injury, adding a “?” or “GTD” (game-time decision) designation after the listed injury if the ailment is troubling enough to potentially mess with the player’s ability to get on...

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