1. Josh Allen BUF at NO
2. Lamar Jackson BAL vs. CLE
3. Tom Brady TB at IND
4. Aaron Rodgers GB vs. LAR
5. Matthew Stafford LAR at GB
6. Cam Newton CAR at MIA
7. Jalen Hurts PHI at NYG
8. Joe Burrow CIN vs. PIT
9. Russell Wilson SEA at WAS
10. Dak Prescott DAL vs. LV
11. Kirk Cousins MIN at SF
12. Justin Herbert LAC at DEN
13. Derek Carr LV at DAL
14. Carson Wentz IND at TB
15. Taylor Heinicke WAS vs. SEA
16. Tyrod Taylor HOU vs NYJ
17. Tua Tagovailoa MIA vs. CAR
18. Daniel Jones NYG vs. PHI
19. Ben Roethlisberger PIT at CIN
20. Jimmy Garoppolo SF vs. MIN
21. Matt Ryan ATL at JAX
22. Mac Jones NE vs. TEN
23. Teddy Bridgewater DEN vs. LAC
24. Ryan Tannehill TEN at NE
25. Trevor Lawrence JAX vs. ATL


Josh Allen takes on the New Orleans Saints, who are the #5 defense according to defense-adjusted value over average (DVOA). However, they are #1 against the run and 14th against the pass, meaning that Josh Allen, as he does weekly, will likely be tasked with being responsible for every single one of the 26 points Vegas figures the Bills to score. 

Cam Newton is back in the saddle and has utilized a deadly combination with the now-healthy Christian McCaffrey.  The lowly Dolphins offer up a terrific start opportunity.   

Tis the season for thanks, and we can be thankful that Tom Brady will continue to throw against a Colts defense that is 2nd against the run but 20th against the pass. Vegas has this game as the highest game total for the entirety of Week 12, at 51.5 points. 

Russell Wilson Is on the road against the Washington team that is 30th against the pass. So, despite the Seahawks loving to run the football, it will likely be a day where they let Russ cook. 

Washington, themselves, find a Seattle pass defense that is ranked 25th and a run defense that ranked ninth, funneling Taylor Heinicke into a solid pass situation and a potential streaming start. 

Going in on more sub-par pass defenses, Kirk Cousins draws the 22nd ranked San Francisco 49ers pass defense. The Vikings pass offense is ranked second in the league in passing efficiency, trailing only Tom Brady and the Bucs.  

Sneaky shootout potential in Cincinatti, where both the Steelers (26th) and Bengals (19th) are subpar against the pass. Joe Burrow should find greater success than his Steeler counterpart, Ben Roethlisberger, due to Burrow ranking 9th in average depth of target (ADOT) and Roethlisberger a poor 34th. 

Finally, another streamer could be Matt Ryan against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville ranks 31st against the pass and Ryan has 15 touchdowns this season. 


Jason Walker