Welcome to game day.
Congratulations to the fantasy managers who successfully navigated their way to the title game. Prepare for Ian Thomas and company to vulture your touchdowns.
Note: All times listed in pacific.
Infants turned into senior citizens during the time it took the officials to rule Michael Thomas' catch a touchdown, but they got the call right.
It really happened:
An early Christmas miracle!
Los Angeles holds a commanding 31-9 lead.
While Ben Roethlisberger has started slowly Sunday, he managed to hit multiple significant passing marks on the season:
Alvin Kamara doesn't have a reputation as a power back but that could change after he carried several defenders into the end zone.
Run, Rosen, run!
1:51 p.m. - Rodgers hits Adams for the game winner
Perfect route meets perfect pass:
More bad injury news this afternoon. Matt Breida, who entered the game with an ankle injury, has left for the locker room.
An arm punt is like a regular punt.
Rodgers then ran in the two-point conversion moments later.
Aaron Rodgers has enjoyed a bounce-back performance so far Sunday, adding in a rushing touchdown late in the game.
Houston still trails 29-23.
The tight-end position has endured a rough season, but Zach Ertz rose above the fray all year with solid fantasy production. During fantasy championship week, he did so again.
Though not exactly the official injury, a torn Achilles is more or less the worst possible outcome for Demaryius Thomas, one of the most productive wideouts over the past decade. The Texans traded to Thomas just before the deadline after Will Fuller went down with a torn ACL. Now, Houston will have to fight on without either.
With Ridley's touchdown, Atlanta now leads 17-10.
One of the top tight ends in fantasy will not finish championship week on the field. Eric Ebron suffered a concussion and will spend the rest of the day on the sidelines.
With Aaron Jones out for the remainder of the season and Ty Montgomery shipped out before the trade deadline, the Packers have turned their backfield over to second-year back Jamaal Williams. Williams hasn't produced many spectacular plays this season, but he turned in perhaps his finest moment on Sunday.
11:17 a.m. - Punters make plays
This play had little to no fantasy impact, but if you can't enjoy this you don't like football.
11:08 a.m. - A pair of quarterbacks go down with injuries
Taylor Heinicke's debut as a starter hit a snag during the first half. The former undrafted free agent injured his left elbow and went to the locker room. The team announced him as questionable to return.
10:57 a.m. - Jarvis Landry: serviceable passer
Cleveland leads 7-0.
New England holds an early 7-0 lead at home.