No team has turned the ball over more than KC, and the Chiefs have also allowed the second-most sacks. It's a turn-back-the-clock game to when the Ravens defense was outscoring the offense... only now the offense is really good, too.
What happens when the team that's allowed the second-most sacks hosts the team that has the second most sacks? We're about to find out.
You saw what the Bears D can do when they get pressure on the quarterback. The Jags have allowed 50% more sacks than the Cowboys; this should be interesting.
Even money on the Texans sacking and picking multiple quarterbacks in this game. Yep, we're calling for it: Tebow Time.
You saw what Minnesota's return game can do last week; now it's the vastly improved defense's turn against a Titans team that has served up more defensive scores than anyone else.
The Bills are a very giving team--as in, they've given the ball away 11 times, third-most in the league. They call him Ryan Pickspatrick for a reason
Here's a shot at redemption for the much-maligned Giants secondary: the Browns have thrown the second-most interceptions in the NFL.
It's a bit of an indictment of the Steelers defense that against the turnover-prone Eagles they aren't ranked higher. Maybe the returning James Harrison and Troy Polamalu will prove us wrong.
Seattle's underrated defense isn't quite as formidable on the road, but they should still give Cam Newton fits.
Andrew Luck, meet Clay Mathews. Lather, rinse, repeat. And please, Clay, use some cream rinse on that mop.
Cameron Wake against a banged-up Cincy Line that's allowed a dozen sacks already this season; would that make this a Wake up call?
The Saints will get their points, but apparently one of Sean Payton's jobs was making sure Drew Brees threw to the guys in the same color uniform as him.
Peyton's been picked more than usual this season, and nobody schemes for Peyton like Bill Belichick. Bet he didn't sleep at all this week.
The Falcons rank second in fumble recoveries and third in interceptions, and now they get a shot at a rookie quarterback.
Gone are the days where Philly blitzed on every play. Kind of miss those days... especially in a week where they face a Steelers' o-line that's giving up three sacks a game.
The Bengals have recorded six sacks in back-to-back games--and one of those games was against RG3. Ryan Tannehill is athletic, too, but if RG3 can't escape the Bengals' pass rush...
Interesting to see how the Rams' aggressive corners handle Larry Fitzgerald--and how Kevin Kolb handles the aggressive Rams' corners.
Tom Brady was harassed by the Arizona pass rush, so you have to think Von Miller and Elvis Dumerville can get after him as well.
It's a bit surprising the Niners have allowed a dozen sacks already this season. Time for that billion dollar Bills defensive line to start earning some of that coin.
The Browns are surpringly in the top five in sacks; that's a stat that, between the shaky Giants' o-line and Eli's penchant for turnovers, might make things interesting.
In this corner, a Redskins defense that has the second-most defensive touchdowns; in the other corner, a Falcons team that has turned the ball over just twice all year. Something's gotta give.
No team has allowed fewer turnovers than the Texans; even if Darrelle Revis were healthy this wouldn't be a favorable matchup for the Jets D.
It's a science experiment: the resistable force of a Jaguars defense that has the fewest sacks in the NFL against the movable objec of a Chicago offensive line that's allowed the second-most sacks in the league. Make sure to wear your safety glasses.
Part of it is a Carolina defense that's generated just three turnovers; the rest is the painfully conservative Seahawks offense.
It's a battle of the return games; sadly, the Lions aren't around this week to provide a clinic in how not to cover kicks.
The Packers have had a bit of a problem keeping Aaron Rodgers upright; maybe it's an opportunity for Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney to hop in the wayback machine and meet at the quarterback.
Surely there must be some way to motivate this defense. If only there were some sort of incentive system...
The Chiefs have generated the fewest turnovers in the league, which in turn affords them few if any opportunities to score defensive fantasy points.