||Oakland isn't quite as turnover friendly as you might expect, but between Denver's sacks and a league-high seven return TDs the Broncos shouldn't have much difficulty getting theirs this week.
||The Bucs rank fourth in the league in picks, but Philly's turnover of choice is the fumble. Either works.
||No Brian Urlacher and a run-heavy Vikings game plan will limit scoring opportunities for the Bears defense... but you know they'll still find a way.
||No team gives the ball away more frequently than the Chiefs; even a mid-tier defense like the Browns can take advantage.
||One of the top pass rushes in the league against a banged-up offensive line and a pick-prone quarterback. Hey, sounds like a plan!
||This would be a whole lot more exciting from the Chargers' side of the equation if it were Charlie Batch and not Ben Roethlisberger.
||No Mathews, no Woodson... no matter; no team has served up more DST scores than the Lions.
||The Jets may not have the best quarterback on the field, but they're still ballin' defensively.
||Jeff Fisher's defense has been pretty doggone good, and while the Bills haven't been overly turnover friendly there's more than enough here to work with.
||San Fran's D hasn't been the stone cold lock many expected--or drafted--back in August, but they're coming on of late.
||We've seen Drew Brees make mistakes, especially with his protection banged up; who better to encourage those mistakes than the Giants' pass rush?
||Bill Belichick's defense has been extremely opportunistic this year, but the Texans aren't inclined to give up too many opportunities.
||It's Ed Reed vs. RG3, but the Redskins are one of only two teams not to have surrendered a defensive or return TD
||Seattle ranks just outside the top five in sacks, but Arizona's offensive line can single-handedly vault them to the top of the charts.
||Thought we'd see more from the Atlanta defense this season, but aside from a bunch of interceptions they haven't really delivered.
||This certainly isn't your father's Steel Curtain, or even your older brother's, but a banged up offensive line and rattled Philip Rivers could rekindle some memories.
||Houston has been a solid fantasy defense all year, but a date with the largely mistake-free Patriots should send you looking for an alternative.
||A defense that ranks in the top five in sacks and picks is managing to keep Arizona in games they have no business being in.
||It's not that far from home, but Joe Flacco on the road is an opportunity for any defense.
||Buffalo's best hope for DST points is in the return game, but St. Louis has been solid on special teams.
||Andrew Luck still ranks among the league leaders in interceptions, but a home date and three months of maturity certainly mitigate the odds in his favor.
||Andy Dalton's mistake-free spree ended with a thud last week; are the Cowboys capable of keeping the pressure on?
||Jared Allen & Co. whiffed miserably the last time they faced Jay Cutler and the Bears, so it's tough to trust them in the rematch.
||Matty Ice has morphed into Matty INT at times this season, but with only eight picks on the year Carolina seems ill-equipped to take advantage.
||No team has generated fewer takeaways than the Colts, but Tennessee's patchwork offensive line could spark a change led by the dynamic duo of Freeney and Mathis.
||You'd like to think Jim Harbaugh learned something about running the option at his own goal line.
||Expect a conservative game plan from Gang Green--not that they'd need to worry against a Jacksonville defense that doesn't pressure the quarterback or generate turnovers.
||Aside from the occasional Eli brain fart the Giants haven't given up much to opposing defenses. And the Saints haven't been particularly adept at producing those opportunities.
||Eleven turnovers, 21 sacks... the Chiefs defense has been anything but offensive.
||Despite giving up 39 sacks, the Packers are near the bottom of the league in fumbles and picks and have yet to serve up a defensive or return TD.
||No club has generated fewer defensive fantasy points than the Raiders; Peyton Manning is unlikely to help Oakland turn that around.
||Few teams protect the quarterback or the ball better than Tampa Bay, and the Eagles are in no shape to threaten them.