FANTASY FOOTBALL IN-SEASON FEATURES
||Brian Hoyer gets the start on the road against an angry Niners defense. Good luck with that.
||The Bears need to win to get in; Matt Stafford needs to throw to reach milestones. Can you say "pick-six"?
||Denver is going after a higher seed, at the expense of the hapless Chiefs.
||The roll Seattle is on, you don't want to get in their way.
||Expectations are low for Terrell Pryor in his first NFL start--unless you're starting the Chargers defense, that is.
||Michael Vick returns, just in time to face the Giants in a game Big Blue must win. Nice timing.
||The Bengals are motivated, their defense is underrated, and Joe Flacco is on the road. That's an intriguing combination.
||Speaking of underrated defenses, the Patriots have one of their own--and they still need to win.
||Pittsburgh is playing out the string, which could mean resting the banged-up Ben Roethlisberger.
||Hey, everybody, Mark Sanchez is back!
||As good as Andrew Luck has been, he's been prone to the pick. And Houston's still playing for a seed, too.
||A good pass rush, a bad Green Bay offensive line, a loud Metrodome, a playoff spot on the line, and Adrian Peterson playing keepaway from the Packers' offense.
||The Vegas line on interceptions in Sanchez v. Fitzpatrick is 6.5. We'll take the over.
||Arizona's defense is actually pretty good. And they'll likely have plenty of kickoff return opportunities.
||Less an endorsement of the Titans than an indictment of the Jaguars.
||Down the stretch they've been playing like the opportunistic, fantasy-friendly defense from their Super Bowl season.
||Don't underestimate Jeff Fisher's defense.
||This is not the Ravens defense of old, but they still know their way around a turnover.
||It's a pretty good pass defense, and Drew Brees hasn't been nearly as precise as in past seasons.
||Cleveland may be down to their third-string quarterback. Oh, if this were a different iteration of the Steel Curtain.
||Indy's defense has played well of late, and now there's something at stake.
||Isn't it about time for Tony Romo to turn into... well, the Tony Romo fantasy defenses know and love?
||The Bucs have been playing giveaway recently, but it may be the backup Falcons' defense for much of this contest.
||Still no Charles Woodson, but there's enough defensive talent here to make things tough for Christian Ponder.
||RG3 has taken excellent care of the ball all season long, but maybe Dallas turns up the heat in prime time.
||Jake Locker is definitely pick-prone.
||Tough to see Tom Brady making mistakes at home in a game with some meaning.
||San Diego is all kinds of banged up, leaving Philip Rivers to force the issue. Maybe Oakland can take advantage.
||Philly would love nothing better than to end Eli's season with a spate of turnovers.
||You'd think Detroit's d-line against the Bears' o-line would be a better matchup, but it's unlikely to turn out that way.
||About the only thing working in Tampa Bay's favor is that Atlanta will likely rest its regulars at some point.
||There's a reason one team has two wins and the other has Peyton Manning playing for a playoff seed.