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Team Defense Projections for Week 17
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Choose a Scoring System:
Passing:
Each TD 1-9 = 4
Each TD 10-39 = 4
Each TD 40+ = 4
Yards per Pt = 20
Each Int = 2
Rushing:
Yards per Pt = 10
Each TD 1-9 = 6
Each TD 10-39 = 6
Each TD 40+ = 6
Each Fumble = 2
Receiving:
Each TD 1-9 = 6
Each TD 10-39 = 6
Each TD 40+ = 6
Yards per Pt = 10
Kicking:
Each extra point = 1
Each 1-29 yard FG = 3
Each 30-39 yard FG = 3
Each 40-49 yard FG = 3
Each 50+ yard FG = 3
Defense:
Each TD = 6
Each sack = 1
Each interception = 2
Each fumble recovery = 2
Position: QB | RB | WR | TE | Flex | All | PK | Def | Get Projections in XML


Rank Name Vs TD Sack Int Fumble Points Yards Fantasy
1Detroit Lions MIN13202732515
A couple of picks against a struggling Cassel are in the cards this week. 
2New Orleans Saints TBB0520630015
The Saints have been struggling, but they look like a decent plug-and-play option against a sputtering Buccaneers offense. During the last month, New Orleans averaged 2.5 sacks per game and forced just one turnover. In that same time frame, mistake-prone Tampa Bay yielded an average of 4.3 sacks per contest and turned the ball over an average of two times per outing.  
3Indianapolis Colts JAC04211032515
Consider the resurgent Indianapolis defense a solid starting option this week. During the last two weeks, the Colts racked up eight sacks and six forced turnovers. They also allowed just 10 offensive points. From Week 12 through Week 15, the Jaguars offense allowed an average of 2.5 sacks per contest and turned the ball over an average of 1.3 times per game.  
4Seattle Seahawks STL04201425014
The Rams are in an unenviable position of having to come to town after last weeks loss. This won't be pretty. 
5Tennessee Titans HOU05201032014
Although the Titans have not impressed in recent weeks, they look like a decent plug-and-play option against a demoralized Texans offense. During the last month, Tennessee averaged 2.3 sacks and 0.5 forced turnovers per game. In that same time span, the struggling Houston offense allowed an average of 3.8 sacks per contest and turned the ball over an average of 1.8 times per outing.  
6Cincinnati Bengals BAL04201330013
Flacco is playing injured (not hurt, despite this game being for the Ravens season a repeat of last week and this will be ugly. 
7Washington Redskins NYG03312840012
Eli and the crew are going to find the end zone at least three times but in doing so will continue to turn the ball over and make mistakes. Eli really wants to chase down that most INTs in a single season record and the Redskins will do their best to assist. 
8San Diego Chargers KCC03111326012
A copious dose of backups such as Chase Daniel and Knile Davis portend good things for this defense, in case you're of the streaming persuasion. 
9New England Patriots BUF03112033010
They are at home and are still playing for their playoff seed. 
10Philadelphia Eagles DAL03212440010
Even without Romo the Cowboys still have enough fire power to pile up points. High risk but very high reward if Orton falls flat on his face. 
11Minnesota Vikings DET04202040010
The Lions offense is struggling and in the dumps after being knocked out of playoff contention, a few turnovers but a bunch of yards allowed for this group. 
12Miami Dolphins NYJ03112032010
They should play better at home this week but they have not been good the past 3 games. 
13Carolina Panthers ATL04202036510
The elite Carolina defense should be locked into your starting lineup. During the last four weeks, the Panthers averaged 4.3 sacks and 1.3 forced turnovers per contest. In that same time frame, the Falcons offense gave up an average of 2.8 sacks per game and turned the ball over an average of 1.8 times per outing.  
14Pittsburgh Steelers CLE03111735010
The Browns offense has been rocky lately, but they have moved the ball inconsistently and have big play ability.  
15Baltimore Ravens CIN0310203508
The Bengals will keep it close to the vest, so this will be a tough spot for the Ravens defense to pile up big play opportunities. 
16Cleveland Browns PIT0311244008
The defense has been demoralized by an ineffective offense and has developed a mental block in the 4th quarter. Not a good combination. 
17Chicago Bears GBP0310273507
With everything on the line and not sure who the opposing quarterback will be, this unit will be challenged. Middle of the road fantasy numbers.  
18Green Bay Packers CHI0310313507
The Bears will be able to move the ball, minimal fantasy output this week.  
19New York Jets MIA0310273407
Not a great play on the road at Miami this week. 
20New York Giants WAS0211244007
Cousins will be forced into a mistake or two but New York simply doesn't have the play makers left on defense to make a huge impact. 
21San Francisco 49ers ARI0310243656
This defense is very good but susceptible on the road. Look for a close ball game in which one play will make the difference. 
22Arizona Cardinals SFO0201233256
If there were any doubters left as to how good these guys are there shouldn't be any now. 
23Buffalo Bills NEP0310273606
They have been good the past few weeks but have a tougher task against Brady at home this week. 
24Houston Texans TEN0210343655
The dispirited Houston defense is not a starting option, even against a sometimes turnover-prone Tennessee offense. From Week 13 through Week 16, the sagging Texans compiled just four sacks and two interceptions. In that same time frame, the Titans offense yielded an average of 2.3 sacks per game and turned the ball over an average of two times per contest.  
25Atlanta Falcons CAR0210273655
The Atlanta defense has played a little better recently, but this unit still isn’t a reliable starting option. During the last month, the Falcons averaged 2.3 sacks and 2.8 forced turnovers per contest. In that same time frame, the Panthers allowed an average of 2.8 sacks per outing and turned the ball over an average of 0.8 times per contest.  
26Dallas Cowboys PHI0111385005
Without Sean Lee causing distruptions up the middle, the Cowboys won't be able to stop a Elementary School runner. Foles and McCoy will be carving up Dallas all day. 
27Denver Broncos OAK0210204105
Terrelle Pryor & company fared pretty well against this defense earlier. 
28Kansas City Chiefs SDC0301274105
Like everybody else on this team, enough key starters will reportedly rest throughout the latter part of this game (if not earlier) that their fantasy prospects are becoming shakier by the day. 
29Tampa Bay Buccaneers NOS0201274304
During the last month, the New Orleans offense allowed an average of 3.3 sacks per game and turned the ball over an average of 1.5 times per contest. However, keep in mind that Drew Brees and company played three road games in that time frame. The Saints usually play much better at the Superdome, which is why you shouldn't trust the Buccaneers defense as a starting option. Since Week 13, Tampa Bay averaged 2.5 sacks and 2.3 forced turnovers per game.  
30St. Louis Rams SEA0200303853
They had a great deal of success in St. Louis but this offensive line is healthy now and hungry to show what they can do. 
31Jacksonville Jaguars IND0200303653
Although Jacksonville has improved in some areas, this unit looks like a weak play. During the last month, the Jaguars averaged 3.3 sacks and two forced turnovers per game. However, in that same time frame, the improving Colts offense allowed an average of 1.8 sacks per outing and turned the ball over an average of 0.5 times per game.  
32Oakland Raiders DEN0100344501
The very last team defense you want to have to milk any fantasy points out of this week. 


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