Broncos VS. Colts
Denver hasn't scored more than 17 points in a game this season, but that hasn't
kept Walker from being a dangerous receiver. He has averaged 93.8 yards over
his last four games, and in his only career meeting with Indianapolis (as a
Packer in '04), he caught 11 passes for 200 yards and a career-high three
Packers VS. Cardinals
True, he has 39 yards total in three career games against Arizona, but now that
he has recovered from hip and rib injuries, he'll make up for past performance.
With Greg Jennings slowed by a bad ankle, Driver will be Brett Favre's main
target. Look for him to make his first Lambeau Leap of '06 against a team in
Falcons AT Bengals
When Michael Vick declared last week that he wanted to unleash his cannon of a
left arm, it was good news for owners of Crumpler, who hadn't caught a TD pass
since Week 1. On Sunday against a stout Steelers defense, Crumpler hauled in
two TDs before halftime and finished with six catches for 117 yards and three
scores. Cincinnati has allowed a TD to a tight end in three straight games.
Texans AT Titans
Houston's still riding high after last week's upset of the Jaguars, in which
Brown made two field goals and three extra points. With the Texans' pass
defense ranked 31st in the league, and Tennessee's run defense ranked last,
this game could be a shootout. Houston's offense is prone to breakdowns in the
red zone, so Brown should get plenty of chances to put up points.
At the malodorous bottom of Oakland's putrid offense is quarterback Andrew
Walter, who is among the league leaders in sacks, interceptions and
fumbles--and he has started only four games. Pittsburgh already has 13
interceptions (two for TDs) and 16 sacks, numbers that just might put another
gray hair or two on Art Shell's head.