One of the league's best defenses going up against an offense that could be historically bad. The Niners could end up winning you your game this week.
Brandon Weeden in Arrowhead Stadium? The Chiefs could put up huge numbers on Sunday.
With Sam Bradford out for the season, Kellen Clemens will start for the Rams. The Seahawks should thrive.
The Saints are averaging exactly two takeaways per game, and I think that number increases ever so slightly going up against an inexperienced quarterback.
The Patriots defense actually played well last week, limiting the Jets to 4.3 yards per play. They could be streamed with confidence against the Dolphins.
The Cowboys once again held down a strong offense, limiting the Eagles to three points and 278 total yards. I still wouldn't trust them in Detroit, though.
The Bengals did literally nothing defensively last week, allowing 24 points and recording zero takeaways and zero sacks. They'll get back on track against the Jets.
The Cardinals may be able to take advantage of a short-handed Falcons team. Consider them a decent stream option.
The Panthers have quietly posted one of the best defensive seasons of any team this year. This is a great matchup, especially with Doug Martin out.
The Eagles didn't play poorly against the Cowboys, though they were certainly aided by DeMarco Murray's absence. They could be worth streaming against the mistake-prone Giants.
The Falcons allowed Mike Glennon to throw for 256 yards and two TDs, though he was admittedly inefficient. Still, I don't trust this defense, even against a mistake-prone Carson Palmer.
If you saw Josh Freeman and the Vikings on Monday night, you know the Packers are a great stream option this week.
The Dolphins sacked Thad Lewis four times last week, but forced just one turnover and surrendered 23 points. They're a fringe play this week.
The Jets had a solid performance against the Patriots, but I don't like this matchup as much for them.
I like the Raiders to win here, but it won't be because of a huge fantasy effort from the defense.
The Giants finally had a decent fantasy day, forcing three turnovers and holding the Vikings to seven points. You do not want them active against the Eagles.
On the surface this might seem like a good matchup, but I think Terrelle Pryor will give the Steelers fits.
The Lions barely showed up last week, sacking Andy Dalton once and not forcing a turnover. This is another stay-away game when it comes to this defense.
Andrew Luck ripped the Broncos apart last week. I expect more of the same from Robert Griffin III, especially if Champ Bailey is out.
You didn't expect much out of them in Green Bay last week, right? Good. Same goes for this week. The Chiefs know how to protect the ball and their quarterback.
They just gave up 41 points to a team that was quarterbacked by Josh McCown for the majority of the game. Enough said.
The undermanned Falcons had their way with the Buccaneers last week, proving this is a defense that cannot be trusted for fantasy purposes.
The Bills forced three turnovers against the Dolphins and sacked Ryan Tannehill twice, but this is about as bad a matchup as they could get. Stay far away.
Even Eli Manning couldn't make a starting fantasy defense out of this bunch.
There's really nothing redeeming about this defense from a fantasy standpoint.
This is a bad matchup for a mediocre defense.
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