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Eyes of the Guru

It's hard to believe we are already in week 15. Readership begins to dwindle as owners are eliminated from the playoffs. I'm sure there are many still with us and there is always that contingent of diehards who are already working on '06. There are a lot of happenings around the league this week. Some have immediate impact while others may factor into the future.  

Tennessee Titans
Kyle Vanden Bosch has proven to be one of the season's biggest free agent pickups and has become an every week must start for those who snapped him up early. That said, you might want to take a long look at your other options for this week. With only 20 sacks allowed, Seattle is among the best in the league at protecting their QB. Indy with 12 and Cincinnati with 16 have allowed the fewest sacks on the season. In three games versus those two teams Vanden Bosch has a combined box score of 2-5-0... The Titans got Travis LaBoy back from injury in week 14. He returned to the starting lineup and had a decent outing against Houston. LaBoy hasn't been all that impressive in the box scores this year but the Titans are an improving young defense and he is a guy I like a lot for the future.   

Houston Texans
The Cardinals don't have much of a running game so don't count on Morlon Greenwood or DaShon Polk for big games this week but don't be surprised if C.C. Brown has his best game of the season. Brown was bumped from the SS position earlier in the season but seems to have found a home at FS after Marcus Coleman landed in the dog house a couple of weeks back. The coaching staff has been pleased with Brown's performance at the position and his box scores have been decent despite a couple of less than favorable match ups. He should have plenty of opportunity this week... Demarcus Faggins returned to the lineup in week 14 after missing 4 games with an injury. Dunta Robinson is the Texans #1 cover man so look for Arizona to target Faggins early and often. He should have a big day.  

Cincinnati Bengals
Odell Thurman was not in the Bengals starting lineup on Sunday because he broke an unspecified team rule. He basically sat the opening series before returning to lead the club in tackles. Thurman's tackle production has slowly been on the rise over the second half of the season as he becomes more comfortable and makes fewer mistakes. That said, don't expect big tackle numbers from him this week as Cincy faces the pedestrian offense of the Lions. He will have some big play opportunities but this one could easily become a lopsided game which would force Detroit out of their running game early... SS Ifeanyi Ohalete was knocked out of the Cleveland game with a rib injury but is expected to be able to play against Detroit.  

Pittsburgh Steelers
Last week I mentioned the bad match up for Troy Polamalu. His 1-2-0 was even worse than I expected. This week the match up doesn't look a whole lot better. Minnesota has turned their season around but they sure aren't doing it with an explosive offense. To make things worse the Vikings with Brad Johnson at the helm aren't turning the ball over or giving up many sacks. In short this could be a 3-1-0 week for Polamalu... Aaron Smith and Deshea Townsend are both fighting injuries but neither is expected to miss week 15. 

Chicago Bears
If you are in need of help at DB look no further than Brandon McGowan. Mike Brown missed week 14 with a calf injury and there are concerns that he could be out at least the rest of the regular season. Mike Green was a long time starter at SS before losing the job late in the preseason but in week 14 he was skipped over for McGowan who was an undrafted rookie free agent. McGowan went on to lead the club with a 9-2-0 mark against Pittsburgh and is expected to get the nod again in week 15. He couldn't be coming in at a better time with this weeks match up against the Falcons league leading rushing attack. 

Dallas Cowboys
It's become painfully obvious that Bradie James isn't going to step up and become the stud inside linebacker that Bill Parcells wants. He's blown some golden opportunities to prove himself in recent weeks. While this is bad for anyone who has been patiently sitting on James, it's great news for Roy Williams owners. Over the past three games Williams has put together his best string of tackle production since his rookie campaign... Anthony Henry avoided Parcells dog house by getting back on the field in week 14. He was obviously not 100% and did some limping around at times but toughed it out. His return is a plus for the team but until/unless he gets healthy, don't look for much production. 

Seattle Seahawks
Everyone has been making a fuss about how the Colts will handle their last three games but those of us who are depending on Seattle players need to be looking at our options as well. If Seattle wins and the Bears lose this week the Seahawks will clinch home field advantage. So where does that leave us for our fantasy Super Bowls? If you are starting Tatupu or Boulware you should probably look for a plan B just in case... There are a few guys who could really use some time to get healthy heading into the playoffs. Andre Dyson (ankle) and Kelly Herndon (knee) being the most important. Rookie Jordan Babineaux got the start in week 14 and played well but they would really like to be at full strength come January... DT Marcus Tubbs saw some action in week 13 after being sidelined for three games with a calf injury. He didn't start week 14 but did get substantial playing time and likely earned his starting job back with a huge game (3-1-2). He should bump Chuck Darby back to the reserve role. I mention all this because if you look at the last three games that Tubbs has played basically full time, he is on an impressive run. In those games he has 9 solo tackles and 4 sacks with at least 1 sack in each of them. Heck he even had half a sack in limited time against Philly in week 13. He's beginning to look a lot like a Rod Coleman clone but bigger.    

San Francisco 49ers
If you are in a bind at LB this week take a look at Brandon Moore. The Jags running game will be effective even if they have to use Greg Jones to make it so, and Moore is coming off a strong three game string with a total of 16-8-2 that includes a career best 7 solo stops against Seattle in week 14. Moore may be worth a shot in week 16 also considering he is a good pass rusher and San Fran plays a struggling Rams club that has given up 43 sacks.    

Minnesota Vikings
Mike Tice appears to be sending a strong message to his a few of his under achieving veteran players. Early in the season the defense was horrible. Recently a unit sprinkled with replacements has been the single most important piece of the club's turnaround. Fred Smoot played on a limited basis in week 14 with no setbacks. He's ready to play full time but Tice hasn't shown any sign of handing back the starting job. Brian Williams has done an excellent job while Smoot was out and Tice stated that he is reluctant to fix anything that isn't broken... Keith Newman is expected to miss a couple of weeks with a knee injury but instead of using the opportunity to get Napoleon Harris on the field, the Vikings reportedly plan to go with Raonall Smith at WLB. After coming over in the Randy Moss deal, Harris has been a complete bust. So bad in fact that depending on the cap hit, it would be no surprise to see him waived before next season. Smith is a talented player with a ton of potential but he hasn't been able to stay healthy long enough to make an impact. I have to think Dontarrius Thomas will factor into this situation by the time Sunday gets here... Kevin Williams is supposed to return this week but considering Williams was struggling before the injury and with C.J. Mosley playing very well, Will Tice hedge on playing Williams full time? Probably not but it will be interesting to see if Williams is on a short leash.  

Washington Redskins
The Skins are taking a beating on the injury front at the corner position. Shawn Springs and Carlos Rogers both went down in week 14. Springs with back and groin injuries and Rogers with a biceps problem. Neither has been ruled out but both are in serious doubt as of Tuesday afternoon. Adding to the problem for Washington is the fact that Walt Harris missed week 14 with an ankle injury and is also very questionable. If none of these guys can go the Skins will have no choice but to shift one of their safeties to corner. In other words, this will be a good week to play Bledsoe and your Cowboys receivers. Those playing in leagues that use corners should watch the Rogers situation closely. Over the past three weeks he has really blossomed in the box scores to the tune of 22-1-0 with a pair of picks. Washington has Dallas, the Giants and the Eagles left on the schedule. All clubs that don't hesitate to throw the rock... LaVar Arrington missed week 14 with a thigh bruise but is expected to return for week 15.    

New York Jets
Kerry Rhodes owners have to be a little nervous about the Jets week 14 box score which shows backup safety Oliver Celestin at 4-0-0 and Rhodes at 1-0-0. This would suggest that Celestin got a big chunk of Rhodes playing time but I don't think that is what happened. The Jets have used all three of these guys together often in past games. I believe Rhodes weak production was more a result of the Raiders offensive game plan than anything else. That said, keep your eyes open for info on the situation as the week wears on. Unless there is further news don't hesitate to start Rhodes against the Dolphins... Shaun Ellis left Sunday's game early with a hamstring injury and has already been ruled out for week 15. There are reports that he could miss the rest of the season. He has under achieved all year so chances are very few owners are still playing him at this point anyway. Bryan Thomas will get the starting call.    

Miami Dolphins
Zach Thomas had a very successful return from injury with a big 9-2-0 and a pick against San Diego. Channing Crowder also came out of his slump. However don't get overly excited about either of them this week. The San Diego ran a whopping 79 offensive plays with only 13 incomplete passes. The Jets hardly may not 79 offensive plays over their next two games. You can't bench a guy like Thomas unless you're absolutely loaded but Crowder owners should look for a safer option. 

San Diego Chargers
Donnie Edwards owners have to be a little concerned with his recent slump. Edwards has been an absolute stud in the past and he started out hot as usual this season but hasn't recorded more than 6 solo tackles in a game since week 6. So is there reason to be concerned? Probably so, at least a little concerned. Edwards will be 33 in April and has been a starter all 10 of his NFL seasons. He still has gas in the tank but does have a lot of mileage on him. The other consideration is that the Chargers defense is much improved and teams just haven't been running as many plays against them. It's certainly not time to panic, at least not yet. The next three games will tell us a lot about where Edwards is. If he doesn't have better numbers against the Colts, Chiefs and Broncos it may be time that he start treating him as a star in decline.

New England Patriots
If the Pats make the playoffs (which is all but a done deal) Belichick should be coach of the year hands down. He has done so much, for so long, with so little, that he is now qualified to do anything with nothing. And he may have to do just that this week just to field a secondary. Artrell Hawkins started at SS in week 13 but was inactive for week 14 and is questionable for 15 with a thigh injury. The club got James Sanders and Michael Stone back but may have lost FS Eugene Wilson and CB Ellis Hobbs in the game. There have been no updates on either Wilson or Hobbs as of early Wednesday and at this point we don't even know what their injuries are. All that has been reported is that their week 15 status is "uncertain". If they are without Hobbs, Hank Poteat and Troy Brown will both see action. Sanders would start for Wilson. Either way we won't see much nickel and possibly no dime packages from New England this weekend.  

Detroit Lions
Looking for a better option at linebacker this week? You may want to pick up Wali Rainer. He replaced an injured Boss Bailey at SLB and piled up 10 solo stops in the game. Bailey is officially day to day with a bum ankle so there is some chance he will try to play but it doesn't look good early in the week. The scouting report on Rainer is that he a finesse
guy who lacks toughness at the point of attack and isn't aggressive enough. This is undoubtedly why the Packers entire offensive game plan seemingly was to run at him. Don't think the Bengals didn't watch the game film of Samkon running all over that side of the defense. Also consider the fact that MLB Earl Holmes is questionable and could be sidelined with a quad injury. Rainer is a sure tackler when he gets his hands on the ball carrier and there are no points deducted for tackles 5 yards down the field... The big numbers (10-0-1) by DE James Hall against the Packers were also dictated by the offensive play calling. Anyone who happened to have in in the lineup was smiling but even for those of us who had him on the bench the fact that he held up and produced is proof that the groin injury is behind him. The Bengals don't give up many sacks but hall should post good tackle numbers again this week... Jon McGraw also remains day to day with his sore shoulder and probably won't play which will give Bracy Walker another start at FS.  

Green Bay Packers
Rookie linebacker Brady Poppinga got the start at SLB in week 14 because the coaching staff wanted to see if the kid could play as strong as he has looked in practice. Rumor had it he was auditioning for the possibility of replacing Na'il Diggs in '06. Poppinga was looking great and the Packers were smiling ear to ear right up until he blew out his knee. The injury is so severe in fact that he may not be able to return to the field in '06. This is a huge hit for the team who will now have another hole to fill this offseason. Diggs would be a major cap hit next year and he hasn't been able to stay healthy so look for him to be gone either way... The coaching staff has seen about enough of Robert Thomas to realize he isn't a long term answer for them either. Thomas missed week 14 with an injury and was replaced by a combination of Paris Lenon and Roy Manning. The Packers believe Manning may have be able to step into one of their starting OLB jobs in '06.  

Carolina Panthers
I didn't get to watch the Panthers and Bucks play in week 14 but some between the lines research suggests that Dan Morgan wasn't able to finish the game. His 5 of his 6 tackles all came in the first half with the 6th coming early in quarter 3, while all but 1 of Chris Draft's 5 tackles came in the second half. The Panthers MLB position has a great deal of potential over the final three games but with Morgan so beat up, playing him would be a huge risk... Mike Rucker was inactive for week 14 with an ankle injury but hopes to return in week 15. If that doesn't happen owners who are into micro management might want to look at Al Wallace. The Saints are at the ugly end of the spectrum with 35 sacks allowed on the season and Wallace is a very capable player. He has 3 sacks on the season in a backup role and went 6-1-0 against Tampa Bay in his first start of the year. A decision on Rucker is expected by late on Wednesday... Julius Peppers played through his sore ankle but wasn't very effective. The good news is that he didn't aggravate the injury and should be closer to 100% for this weekend.   

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The big goose egg put up by Simeon Rice undoubtedly has a lot of owners scratching their heads. At this point it appears to be no more than a fluke. Rice doesn't show up in any post game injury reports and was listed as a starter in the game book. Dewayne White is the backup and had just 1 tackles himself so its not like someone else was in the game.

Denver Broncos
Rookie corner Darrent Williams had become a mainstay in many lineups, especially in leagues that require corners. Unfortunately those owners will need to scramble for a replacement the rest of the way. Williams will miss the final three games and possibly even time in the playoffs, with a fairly serious groin injury. If you lost Williams take a look at his fellow rookie Domonique Foxworth who will be the replacement. Foxworth has been pretty solid and consistent even while manning the nickel duties and will be a target for offenses the rest of the way. 

Indianapolis Colts
Several weeks ago when the news broke that Cato June was going to play with his sports hernia, I mentioned that fantasy owners had better start looking for a backup plan because it was only a matter of time before he couldn't go. That time has come. June missed week 14 and is very questionable for week 15. Considering the situation the club is in, it would be no surprise for him to sit every game until the playoffs start even if he were able to go. Gilbert Gardner will continue to replace June in the base defense but don't count on his replacing the box score production. That will likely fall more toward David Thornton who will take over June's duties in the nickel package and once again become a full time player. Thornton doesn't match the big play potential that June brings but he should provide solid tackle numbers for the next couple of weeks with the Chargers and Seahawks on the menu in weeks 15 & 16 respectively... Corey Simon injured his foot in week 14 and wasn't able to finish the game. He will likely sit week 15 giving Josh Williams the start.  

New Orleans Saints
Those of us who have been sitting on Will Smith in our dynasty league have finally been vindicated! Smith has permanently moved past Darren Howard into the starting lineup. Smith is taking the bull by the horns and has been the most productive fantasy option the Saints defense has to offer in recent weeks. Smith has 5 solo tackles in each of the past 4 games along with 3.5 sacks over that span. This weeks opponent is the Panthers who have allowed just 23 sacks but in week 16 Smith gets the Lions who have allowed 35. If he's available pick him up... Howard is so deep in the dog house that the club reportedly considered releasing him outright. Apparently they are not only dissatisfied with his inconsistency on the field but he has rubbed people the wrong way in the locker room as well. Howard will be a hot item on the free agent market this off season... Terrence Melton topped the Saints box score for week 14. For those who are wondering, Melton is a backup linebacker and special teams player who stepped in at SLB for Sedrick Hodge. Hodge is dealing with a sore ankle and his availability for week 15 remains in question. Melton would get the start.    

New York Giants
MLB Antonio Pierce
went down in week 14 with a high ankle sprain and has already been ruled out for week 15. To compensate for the loss Nick Griesen will move back to his more natural MLB position with Carlos Emmons shifting to WLB and Reggie Tobor getting the call at SLB. The Giants draw the Larry Johnson straw for week 15 so both Griesen and Emmons are candidates for strong games. Griesen has a history of good numbers from the MLB position dating back to several starts last season... The other player that could be impacted by the loss of Pierce is Gibril Wilson. His numbers have leveled off a bit over the second half of the season but he could end up with double digits in this one... Safety Shaun Williams was placed on IR this week and may have played his last game as a Giant. He lost the starting job to Wilson this year and has been injured more than healthy over the past two seasons. He also has a big cap number for '06. He'll either have to re-negotiate to a backups contract or find work elsewhere. 

That's a wrap for week 15. Best of luck to everyone and I hope you are back for the "Super Bowl Edition" next week.   

Our main weekly ranking that come out on Thursday are driven strictly by our projections which don't allow for such considerations as confidence in a particular projection or the difficulty in predicting such things as fumble recoveries etc. This cheat sheet is not projections driven and takes into consideration everything I know about a all the players. Players with a * are risky due to injuries and those with a ** may move up due to injuries to other players. Keep in mind that this is usually done prior to the release of the Wednesday injury report.

1 DE Jason Taylor Mia vs NYJ 1 MLB London Fletcher Buf vs Den 1 SS Gibril Wilson NYG vs KC
2 DE Derrick Burgess Oak vs Cle WLB Keith Bulluck Ten vs Sea SS Roy Williams Dal at Was
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Ten vs Sea 3 MLB Jonathan Vilma NYJ at Mia SS Adrian Wilson Ari at Hou
DE Aaron Schobel Buf vs Den MLB Nick Barnett GB at Bal 4 FS Bob Sanders Ind vs SD
5 DE Michael Strahan NYG vs KC MLB Brian Urlacher Chi vs Atl SS Terrence Kiel SD at Ind
DE Will Smith NO vs Car 6 ILB Donnie Edwards SD at Ind 6 SS Michael Lewis Phi at Stl
7 DE Jarred Allen KC at NYG 7 MLB Gary Brackett Ind vs SD 7 SS Brandon McGowan Chi vs Atl
8 DE Osi Umenyiora NYG vs KC 8 WLB Demorrio Williams Atl at Chi 8 CB Ronde Barber TB at NE
9 DE Reggie Hayward Jac vs SF 9 MLB Mike Peterson Jac vs SF 9 FS Sean Taylor Was vs Dal
10  DE Justin Smith Cin at Det 10 MLB Lofa Tatupu Sea at Ten 10  FS Nick Collins GB at Bal
11 DE Aaron Kampman GB at Bal 11 MLB Danny Clark * Oak vs Cle 11 SS Kenoy Kennedy Det vs Cin
12 DE Chike Okeafor Ari at Hou 12 WLB Kirk Morrison Oak vs Cle 12 FS Darren Sharper Min vs Pit
13 DE John Abraham NYJ at Mia 13 WLB Derrick Brooks TB at NE 13 SS Sammy Knight KC at NYG
14 DE Simeon Rice TB at NE 14 MLB Zach Thomas Mia vs NYJ 14 CB Charles Tillman Chi vs Atl
15 DT Cornelius Griffin Was vs Dal 15 MLB Nick Griesen NYG vs KC 15 FS Greg Wesley KC at NYG
16 DE Dwight Freeney Ind vs SD 16 SLB Karlos Dansby Ari at Hou 16 CB Antoine Winfield Min vs Pit
17 DE Patrick Kerney Atl at Chi 17 MLB Odell Thurman Cin at Det 17 FS Brian Dawkins Phi at Stl
18 DE Adewale Ogunleye Chi vs Atl 18 MLB Kawika Mitchell KC at NYG 18 FS Stuart Schweigert Oak vs Cle
19 DE Orpheus Roye Cle at Oak 19 MLB Jeremiah Trotter Phi at Stl 19 SS Renaldo Hill Oak vs Cle
20 DE Terrell Suggs Bal vs GB 20 WLB Angelo Crowell Buf vs Den 20 FS Eric Coleman NYJ at Mia
21 DE Leonard Little * Stl vs Phi 21 WLB Lance Briggs Chi vs Atl 21 SS Kerry Rhodes NYJ at Mia
22 DE Robert Mathis Ind vs SD 22 WLB Carlos Emmons NYG vs KC 22 SS Adam Archuleta Stl vs Phi
23 DE Jevon Kearse Phi at Stl 23 WLB Ian Gold Den at Buf 23 SS Dwight Smith NO vs Car
24 DE James Hall Det vs Cin 24 ILB Andra Davis Cle at Oak 24 CB Terence Newman Dal at Was
25 DT Vonnie Holliday GB at Bal 25 MLB Tommy Polley Bal vs GB 25 SS Troy Polamalu Pit at Min
26 DE Trent Cole Phi at Stl 26 ILB Derek Smith SF at Jac 26 FS Josh Bullocks NO vs Car
27 DE Julius Peppers  Car at NO 27 ILB Tedy Bruschi NE vs TB 27 CB Dre' Bly Det vs Cin
28 DT John Browning KC at NYG 28 ILB Ben Taylor Cle at Oak 28 CB Nate Clements Buf vs Den
29 DT John Henderson Jac vs SF 29 WLB Keith Brooking Atl at Chi 29 CB DeAngelo Hall Atl at Chi
30 DT Rod Coleman Atl at Chi 30 WLB Brian Simmons Cin at Det 30 CB Deltha O'Neal Cin at Det
31 DE Richard Seymour NE vs TB 31 SLB David Thornton Ind vs SD 31 SS Ed Reed Bal vs GB
32 DT Marcus Tubbs Sea at Ten 32 MLB James Darling Ari at Hou 32 CB Antrel Rolle Ari at Hou
33 DE Antonio Smith Ari at Hou 33 ILB Randall Godfrey SD at Ind 33 FS Kevin Kaesviharn Cin at Det
34   DE KGB GB at Bal 34   SLB Wali Rainer Det vs Cin 34 SS Nick Ferguson Den at Buf
35 DT Mike Patterson Phi at Stl 35 ILB James Farrior Pit at Min 35 CB Dominique Foxworth Den at Buf
36 DT Rocky Bernard Sea at Ten 36   WLB Bart Scott Bal vs GB 36 CB Ike Taylor Pit at Min
37 DE Tony Hargrove Stl vs Phi 37 MLB Lemar Marshall Was vs Dal 37 CB Demarcus Faggins Hou vs Ari
38 DE Charles Grant NO vs Car 38 WLB Leroy Hill Sea at Ten 38 CB Carlos Rogers * Was vs Dal
39 DE Travis LaBoy Ten vs Sea 39   ILB Morlon Greenwood Hou vs Ari 39 SS Michael Stone NE vs TB
40 DE Alex Brown * Chi vs Atl 40 SLB Derrick Johnson KC at NYG 40 SS Ben Emanuel SF at Jac
41 DE Phillip Daniels Was vs Dal 41 MLB Shelton Quarles TB at NE 41 FS C.C. Brown Hou vs Ari
42 DT Shaun Rogers Det vs Cin 42 ILB Brandon Moore SF at Jac 42   SS Mike Doss Ind vs SD
43 DE Kalimba Edwards Det vs Cin 43 WLB Will Witherspoon Car at NO 43 CB Chris Gamble Car at NO
44 DE Kevin Carter Mia vs NYJ 44 MLB Ronald McKinnon NO vs Car 44 CB Tory James Cin at Det
45 DT Darnell Dockett * Ari at Hou 45 ILB Mike Vrabel NE vs TB 45 SS Lawyer Milloy Buf vs Den
46 DE Erasmus James Min vs Pit 46 OLB Shawne Merriman SD at Ind 46 FS Lamont Thompson Ten vs Sea
47 DE Greg Ellis Dal at Was 47 MLB Dan Morgan * Car at NO 47 FS Dexter Jackson TB at NE
48 DE Bryan Thomas NYJ at Mia 48 MLB Sam Cowart Min vs Pit 48 CB Champ Bailey Den at Buf
49 DE Aaron Smith Pit vs Min 49 OLB Clark Haggans Pit at Min 49 SS Tank Williams Ten vs Sea
50 DE Bobby McCray Jac vs SF 50 ILB Bradie James Dal at Was 50 SS Ifeanyi Ohalete Cin at Det
51 DE Raheem Brock Ind vs SD 51 OLB Scott Fujita Dal at Was 51 FS Mike Furry Stl vs Phi
52 DT Kevin Williams Min vs Pit 52 OLB Adalius Thomas Bal vs GB 52 SS Glenn Earl Hou vs Ari
53 DE Mike Rucker * NO vs Car 53   ILB DaShon Polk Hou vs Ari 53 CB Justin Miller NYJ at Mia
54 DE Trevor Pryce Den at Buf 54   OLB Pisa Tinoisamoa Stl vs Phi 54 FS John Lynch Den at Buf
55 DE DeWayne White TB at NE 55 WLB Channing Crowder Mia vs NYJ 55 FS Keith Lewis SF at Jac
56 DE Anthony Weaver Bal vs GB 56 SLB Marcus Washington Was vs Dal 56 FS Chris Hope Pit at Min
57 DE Eric Hicks KC at NYG 57   MLB Al Wilson Den at Buf 57 CB Bruce Thornton SF at Jac
58 DE Marques Douglas SF at Jac 58 WLB E.J. Henderson Min vs Pit 58 CB Anthony Henry Dal at Was
59 DT Albert Haynesworth NYJ at Mia 59 SLB Julian Peterson * SF at Jac 59 SS Mark Roman GB at Bal
60   DT Marcus Stroud Jac vs SF 60 WLB Daryl Smith Jac vs SF 60   SS Jermaine Phillips TB at NE
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