This week's Upset Watch looks at the Green Bay Packers, who are 10-3 despite getting outgained by opponents on the average play. Some interesting numbers in here regarding short/deep passes for Green Bay as well as man/zone coverage splits. Cover Watch has Cincinnati against New England.
Baltimore has been so dominant lately that we can't keep up with all their wins. Fresh off their beatdown of the Jets on Thursday, we go back to recap their beatdown of the Bills on Sunday to show that Lamar Jackson is not the only reason the Ravens are winning -- and how Buffalo revealed a weakness in his game that other teams might exploit.
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With mostly good weather across the board this weekend, the second week of the fantasy playoffs should be determined mostly by the players, their venues, and their defensive opponents. In particular, Chris Carson, Kenny Golladay, Matt Ryan, and Austin Hooper are in positions that could swing playoff matchups in Week 15.
Scott Spratt gives his recommended starts and sits based on the Week 15 matchups, which include Ryan Tannehill, Chris Carson, Kenny Golladay, and David Njoku in the former and Matt Ryan, Bo Scarbrough, Robby Anderson, and Noah Fant in the latter group. (Click for audio link.)
This week's Off The Charts podcast has some discussion about the state of NFL officiating, then we get into the biggest games of the week: Houston at Tennessee, Buffalo at Pittsburgh, and the Los Angeles Rams at Dallas. (Click for audio link.)
With stars such as T.J. Watt up front and Minkah Fitzpatrick roaming the backfield, the Pittsburgh Steelers are loaded with defensive talent -- but it's the way those versatile talents are put to use that makes them so dominant.