FANTASY FOOTBALL IN-SEASON FEATURES
||Seattle's D was on fire at home last week; how comfortable will they be in Buffalo?
||Maybe now the vaunted Cowboys pass rush can make some noise against the banged-up Steelers front line.
||Cincy's defense is underrated; surely they can offer up more of a challenge than the Bucs' secondary did last year.
||Hosting Mark Sanchez has its rewards.
||With their offense firing on all cylinders, it's the defense's turn to reduce Colin Kaepernick to tears.
||At this point the Cards would have trouble scoring or even moving the ball on anyone; Detroit just happens to be next man up.
||Andrew Luck is having a great rookie season; he's also leading the league in interceptions.
||Sometimes Cam is on, and sometimes you wonder what the heck he's thinking.
||For all the offensive drama, Rex Ryan's crew can still play some defense.
||Denver's defense has been a point-producer all season, though a home date with Baltimore isn't the ideal venue.
||It's a classic matchup, and even Peyton Manning gives one away every now and then.
||Green Bay's defense has held up despite the injuries, and now they get a return engagement with Jay Cutler.
||Matt Ryan hasn't been particularly icy of late, and the Giants have the kind of pass rush that can instigate turnovers.
||The Bears are missing enough pieces so as not to be nearly as threatening as before.
||On the bright side, the Falcons have generated a bunch of interceptions and Eli has been known to throw more than his share.
||San Diego's offensive line is all kinds of banged up, and an underrated Panthers' defensive line could make them pay.
||There's a very good reason why the Vikings limit the number of times Christian Ponder throws the football.
||The Niners D is plenty tough, but no team allows fewer defensive fantasy points than the Patriots.
||No offense to the other rookie quarterback, but if it's Kirk Cousins rather than RG3 you can bump the Browns up a bit.
||Teams don't have to take chances against the glacial Vikings offense, which limits their defensive opportunities.
||The Jags don't have much left to threaten anyone offensively; even Miami might be able to make them pay
||Tough to trust a unit that just gave up 58 points, but Arizona's defense has for the most part been solid this season
||Not that the Dolphins are all that, but Jacksonville's defense threatens no one.
||James Harrison, Troy Polamalu, Tony Romo... in other years this would have made a ton of sense; this year, not so much.
||Getting a rookie quarterback out of his elements seems like a good plan... but Russell Wilson isn't playing like a rookie.
||A shaky secondary against the Saints is not exactly the recipe you're looking for at this point of the season.
||The Saints may have pick-sixed Eli last week, but only the Patriots have turned the ball over less frequently than the Bucs.
||Washington's D has backslid as the season progressed, the injuries to key personnel catching up with them.
||No team has generated fewer takeaways than the Colts. And Houston doesn't turn the ball over anyway.
||The Chiefs have just 11 takeaways; they wouldn't know what to do with a Carson Palmer pick if they got one.
||Okay, so we've established it wasn't the defensive coordinator's fault, right?
||If only Oakland were any threat to do something with the turnover-prone Chiefs.