Jake wins his 5th consecutive game and clinches the Vaidenville division. He plays Erik in Week 14, and the winner will have the #1 seed in the playoffs. Jacob has clinched a playoff spot thanks to a loss from Aaron. For Erik, this is his 2nd career division championship and 3rd career playoff appearance. For Jake, this is his 2nd career division championship and moves into 2nd place all-time with his sixth playoff appearance. For Jacob, he is now tied with Terrance for the most playoff appearances with 7. This is only Jacob’s 10th season in the league, so a 70% playoff rate is quite absurd. Chase has now missed the playoffs in 5 consecutive seasons, a streak that’s tied for 3rd worst in league history. After losing back-to-back championships in 2016 and 2017, Schweg has now missed the playoffs in 4 straight seasons. The final wildcard spot is between two teams: Sean & Ryan. Sean can win and get in, while Ryan needs to win and have Sean lose to get in. If both teams lose, Sean will get in. Whichever team does not make the playoffs will finish in 5th place and have the first choice of where to draft next season. Ryan has never been eliminated from playoff contention prior to the final week of the season. He has had two seasons where he clinched a playoff spot in Week 13, but the other 8 seasons (and now 9 seasons), he is competing for a playoff spot in Week 14. He has made the playoffs in just 3 of those 8 scenarios. Erik has tied the record for most 100 point games in a single season with 10. This record includes playoffs, which means Erik will get 3 more chances to break the record. Erik ties the record for best division record in a single season. He becomes the 3rd team to go 7-1 in their division. Aaron’s 2013 champion team did it, and Schweg’s 2017 runner-up squad did it. Erik’s only division loss was to Sean in Week 10. Jake ties Terrance for 2nd place for career winning percentage with 54.6%. Aaron, Jarrett & Chase join Schweg & Terrance and have been eliminated from playoff contention. Ryan had double digit scores from all 9 positions this week, which has only happened one other time in league history when Erik did it in Week 7 earlier this year. Erik is now 11th all-time for most points in a season and will certainly finish in the top 10. If he can score 85 points, he will be in the top 4. Ryan breaks a streak of 10 consecutive games scoring less than 100 points. It’s just his 2nd game over 100 points this season. He was the leading scorer of the week for the first time since Week 4, 2020. If Terrance has 105 points scored against him in Week 14, it will be the most points against in a single season all-time. Ryan needs to score 69 points in Week 14 to avoid finishing in the top 10 for fewest points in a season. Schweg currently sits at 3-9-1, but is just 10 points away from being 7-6 and contending for a playoff spot in Week 14. He loses his 11th career game while scoring over 100 points, which is tied for the 3rd most. It’s the 3rd loss this season for Schweg while scoring over 100 points, and he had 3 last season as well which gives him the most 100 point losses in a 2-year span. Erik is just 21 points away from being 7-6. Teams scoring over 100 points this season are 36-14-2 for a win % of 70.6%. That is 4% lower than the current record low from 2018. Ryan extends his league record of 11 consecutive seasons without having a losing record. He has finished 8-6 six times and 7-7 four times, not yet having a losing record in a regular season. George Kittle becomes the 5th TE in league history to score 30 points in a game. Terrance has been in last place every week this season, meaning he has had the #1 waiver priority all season long. Despite that, he has a chance to win and have Schweg lose to capture 9th place and avoid the toilet trophy. Jarrett with loser’s letter duty this week. Trade Tracker: Ryan (118) vs Schweg (76) Christian McCaffrey - 45 DeVonta Smith - 73 David Montgomery - 60 Calvin Ridley - 16 Ryan (39) vs Terrance (61) Chuba Hubbard - 39 Melvin Gordon - 61 Ryan (47) vs Sean (17) Diontae Johnson - 47 Rhamondre Stevenson - 17 Jacob (61) vs Aaron (26) Joe Mixon - 61 Mark Andrews - 24 Kareem Hunt - 2 Week 14 Preview Erik (10-3) vs Jake (9-4) Erik can clinch the #1 seed with a win and will sweep the cross division series this year. Jake can clinch the #1 seed with a win by splitting the season series and winning the strength of victory tiebreaker. Erik leads the all-time series 11-8-1. Sean (7-5-1) vs Terrance (3-9-1) Sean can win and get in the playoffs. If he loses and Ryan loses, he will still get in the playoffs. He would be a wildcard team meaning he would face Erik or Jake in the first round. Terrance needs to win and have Schweg lose in order to avoid finishing in last place. This series is tied 10-10. Ryan (7-6) vs Schweg (3-9-1) Ryan needs to win and have Sean lose in order to make the playoffs. Schweg can avoid being last place with a win, or if Terrance loses. So this weekend it's team Ryan/Terrance vs Sean/Schweg. Ryan leads the all-time series 10-7 and has won 5 consecutive games against Schweg. Jacob (8-5) vs Aaron (6-7) When the schedule was released, many hoped that this would be a crucial game to finish the season, perhaps even for the Vaidenville championship. Now that Jake has been elected mayor of Vaidenville, this game is mostly meaningless. Jacob can clinch the #3 seed with a win or with a loss from Sean. Aaron leads the all-time series 10-9-1. Chase (5-7-1) vs Jarrett (5-8) The loser of this game will finish in 8th place. Jarrett could win this game to finish in 7th place, and Chase could win this game and potentially pass Aaron as well to finish in 6th place. Jarrett leads the all-time series 9-8.