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NFL 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 11/14)
1. New Orleans Saints (8-1):
Week 10 ranking: 1
Defining stat: 72.4. The Saints actually have a few disturbing trends on their defense, despite being the
hottest team in the NFL. One is their 31st-ranked pass defense. But the one that has really disturbed coach
Sean Payton is their 28th-ranked red zone defense. They are allowing opponents to score touchdowns on 72.4
percent of their trips inside the 20-yard line. Even the Bengals were 1-for-1 in New Orleans' 51-14
dismantling of them Sunday.
2. Kansas City Chiefs (9-1):
Week 10 ranking: 2
Defining stat: 31. The Chiefs are tied for first with 31 sacks and a suddenly potent pass rush gives them
reason for defensive optimism heading into Monday night's showdown against the Rams in Mexico City. One
edge rusher, Dee Ford, is having a career season, while the other, Justin Houston, returned Sunday against
the Cardinals after missing the previous four games because of a sore hamstring. Lineman Chris Jones has at
least one sack in each of the past six games.
3. Los Angeles Rams (9-1):
Week 10 ranking: 3
Defining stat: 122. That's the average number of rushing yards the Rams have allowed this season, which
ranks 24th in the NFL. The Rams vowed to play better against the run after a Week 5 victory at Seattle in
which the Seahawks rushed for 190 yards. But the Rams allowed the Saints to rush for 141 yards in Week 9,
and then gave up a whopping 273 yards to the Seahawks on Sunday. It begs the question how a front that
features Aaron Donald, Ndamukong Suh and Michael Brockers has been unable to slow the run.
4. Los Angeles Chargers (7-2):
Week 10 ranking: 5
Defining stat: 15.5. That's the average points per game the Chargers' defense is allowing during the team's
six-game winning streak, tops in the NFL during that stretch. The Chargers also are No. 1 in red zone
efficiency since Week 4 (33.3 percent), and have had two goal-line stands where they've kept the offense
out of the end zone in back-to-back weeks against the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders. The Chargers
have bought into defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's philosophy of defending every blade of grass.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2-1):
Week 10 ranking: 7
Defining stat: 18. The Steelers have recorded 18 sacks during this five-game winning streak, including six
against Atlanta and five against Carolina, both blowouts at home. Pittsburgh's defense is predicated on
front-seven pressure, and success up front is fueling a top-10 defense on third down (36.9 percent conversion
CFB 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 11/14)
1. Alabama (10-0): Bama has played eight games. Tua Tagovailoa has missed the equivalent of two of them because he
and his team have been so good. That figures to change Nov. 3 in Death Valley in what figures to be the
biggest Alabama-LSU game since 2011.
2. LSU (8-2): Linebacker Devin White went and got himself suspended for the first half of the Alabama game.
There is/will be much discussion whether White really targeted Nick Fitzgerald on a pass rush during a
19-3 win over Mississippi State. That (lack of) impact might have the biggest impact two weeks from now.
3. Clemson (10-0): There were dozens of NFL scouts at Death Valley to watch Trevor Lawrence in his third career
start -- 2 ½ years before he can be drafted. Lawrence and the Tigers rolled 41-7 over NC State. We like both
the quarterback's and the team's staying power.
4. Notre Dame (10-0): A deep breath before a closing kick that will include Navy, Northwestern, Florida State,
Syracuse and USC. If you believe staying unbeaten absolutely gets Irish in, they're still in control.
5. Texas (7-3): Things to do in Austin this weekend ... Hairy Man Festival and 5K, Citywide Garage Sale,
Pflugerville Pfall Chili Fest. Horns get back to action this week at Oklahoma State.
NBA 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 11/14)
1. Toronto Raptors, Record: 12-1
Last week: 4
Pace: 102.2 (12) OffRtg: 115.2 (3) DefRtg: 106.0 (8) NetRtg: +9.2 (3)
The Raptors cruised through a 4-0 trip out West (none of the wins were within five points in the last five
minutes) and took care of business against the Knicks on Saturday afternoon. Pascal Siakam has begun to
realize his potential to become an every-day problem for Toronto opponents. He's averaged 17.6 points on
68 percent shooting over the last seven games (highlighted by a career-high 23 points on Saturday), doing
a lot more than just playing off the Raptors' two All-Stars. He was torching the Kings so badly in the first
half on Wednesday (attacking Nemanja Bjelica in transition, spinning on Marvin Bagley in the post, and
beating Bagley off the dribble), they were forced to double-team him in the post.
Week 5: vs. NOP, vs. DET, @ BOS, @ CHI
2. Portland Trail Blazers, Record: 10-3
Last week: 7
Pace: 101.0 (16) OffRtg: 113.6 (5) DefRtg: 104.4 (5) NetRtg: +9.2 (4)
After completing a 5-1 homestand with wins over the Bucks, Clippers and Celtics, the Blazers are 6-1 in
games between the 15 teams that currently have winning records, with the only loss coming when they shot
6-for-35 from 3-point range against the Lakers. In the midst of dropping 40 on the Bucks' third-ranked
defense, C.J. McCollum dropped rookie Donte DiVincenzo late in the third quarter. This is a jump-shooting
team -- the Blazers rank 23rd in the percentage of their shots that have come from the paint and in the
bottom three in restricted-area field goal percentage for the third straight season -- but it leads the
league in point differential (plus-4.5 per game) from the free throw line, despite a drop in its own
attempts over the last few games. In the last two seasons, Portland has gone from 28th (in 2016-17) to
19th (last season) to second (this season) in opponent free throw rate.
Week 5: @ LAL, @ MIN, @ WAS
3. Milwaukee Bucks, Record: 10-3
Last week: 2
Pace: 104.7 (5) OffRtg: 115.2 (2) DefRtg: 104.0 (3) NetRtg: +11.2 (1)
Given the opponents, a 2-2 trip did nothing to dispel the notion that the Bucks are legit. The Blazers beat
their defensive scheme by shooting a ridiculous 16-for-21 from mid-range and the Clippers (thanks largely to
Montrezl Harrell) were the first team to match the Bucks' scoring in the paint. But the Bucks scored 126
points per 100 possessions in wins at Golden State and Denver, with Eric Bledsoe having a big night against
the champs and Brook Lopez draining eight 3-pointers against the Nuggets. They're still 6-0 (and a plus-17.3
points per 100 possessions) at home and on Wednesday will begin one of their two six-game homestands, with
five of the visitors coming from the Western Conference.
Week 5: vs. MEM, vs. CHI
4. Golden State Warriors, Record: 11-2
Last week: 1
Pace: 102.4 (11) OffRtg: 119.2 (1) DefRtg: 108.1 (16) NetRtg: +11.1 (2)
November is a good time for the Warriors to be dealing with injuries. But with Draymond Green nursing a
sprained toe and Stephen Curry out with a groin strain, they're heading into one of three
five-games-in-seven-days stretches of the season (the other two are both in the final month). Quinn
Cook did a nice Curry imitation against Brooklyn on Saturday, shooting an incredible 9-for-10 on pull-up
jumpers, and Kevin Durant has filled in for Green, registering 20 assists over the last two games. The
115.3 points per 100 possessions they've scored with Curry off the floor is 10 more than they've scored with
him off the floor in any other season. But the 84 points in the paint they allowed the Bucks to score on
Thursday were the most they've allowed in more than eight years (since the Spurs registered 90 in March
Week 5: @ LAC, vs. ATL, @ HOU, @ DAL, @ SAS
5. Denver Nuggets, Record: 9-4
Last week: 3
Pace: 98.8 (25) OffRtg: 110.3 (9) DefRtg: 104.1 (4) NetRtg: +6.2 (6)
The Nuggets don't have a loss that wasn't within five points in the last five minutes, but they do have a
three-game losing streak, having shot 0-for-6 and committed nine turnovers on clutch possessions against
the Grizzlies, Nets and Bucks last week. Nikola Jokic started shooting again after taking just four shots
against Boston and Memphis, totaling 57 points against Brooklyn and Milwaukee. But the weekend games were
two of the Nuggets' three worst defensive games of the season, with the Nets getting to the line 42 times
and the Bucks shooting 57 percent. After his starting lineup registered a minus-39 over eight games, coach
Mike Malone made a change (Juancho Hernangomez in, Torrey Craig out) and shortened his rotation on Sunday,
but the new lineup wasn't any better (minus-5 in 16 minutes).
Week 5: vs. HOU, vs. ATL, @ NOP
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