Let’s take a look at how all the defenses stack up for Week 13:
- San Francisco 49ers – vs. St. Louis
- Baltimore Ravens – at Cleveland
- New York Jets – at Washington
- Chicago Bears – vs. Kansas City
- New England Patriots – vs. Indianapolis
- Dallas Cowboys – at Arizona
- Denver Broncos – at Minnesota
- San Diego Chargers – at Jacksonville
- Atlanta Falcons – at Houston
- Tennessee Titans – at Buffalo
- Philadelphia Eagles – at Seattle
- Washington Redskins – vs. New York Jets
- Cincinnati Bengals – at Pittsburgh
- Green Bay Packers – at New York Giants
- Houston Texans – vs. Atlanta
- The Indianapolis Colts have been poor offensively, scoring the third fewest points per game (13.6). While the Patriots defense hasn’t been the best in the league, they do have 16 interceptions and 25 sacks on the season. In other words, they are a very good play for the coming week.
- Minnesota’s offense has been fairly lackluster this season to begin with. If Adrian Peterson can’t go once again? It is downright scary. Denver’s defense is looking like an awfully good play at this point.
- Just how good will the Texans’ offense be with a rookie quarterback at the helm? If you are in need of a fill-in this week I’d be willing to roll the dice onAtlanta’s defense.
- The Green Bay Packers defense has been good, but it’s hard to imagine them shutting down the Giants’ offense. If nothing else it is possible that they get hurt late in the game asNew Yorktries to keep up. It’s something worth considering and needs to be taken into account before depending onGreen Bay.
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Make sure to check out all of our Week 13 articles:
- Top 25 Quarterbacks
- Top 40 Running Backs
- Top 50 Wide Receivers
- Top 20 Tight Ends
- Waiver Worthy
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