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2014 Week 7 Team Defense Projections
Updated: 10/21/14
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Choose a Scoring System:
TD = 6
Int = 2
Fum = 2
Sack = 1
0 Pts = 5.0
1-6 Pts = 4.0
7-13 Pts = 4.0
14-17 Pts = 3.0
18-20 Pts = 3.0
21-27 Pts = 2.0
28-34 Pts = 1.0
0-99 Yds = 5.0
100-199 Yds = 4.0
200-299 Yds = 4.0
300-349 Yds = 3.0
350-399 Yds = 2.0
400-449 Yds = 1.0
450-499 Yds = 1.0
Position: QB | RB | WR | TE | Flex | PK | Defense | All by Fantasy Points
Other Formats: XML | High-Precision
Stats are rounded for easier reading. Check out the High-Precision version for more detailed projections.
Rank Name Team Vs
Int Fum Sack Pts
1Patriots,New EnglandNEPNYJ1231826716
The Loss of Mayo will hurt, but they have been great at home the past two weeks and the Jets offense is in a state of disarray. 
Tier Break
They had a nice run going until they faced New England last week. They should be a great play at home this week against Bridgewater and the Vikings. 
It seems odd to mention Carson Palmer for the defense but his return re-energized this unit. They are playing like people expected preseason and are a great pick up if they're on the waiver wire. 
Tier Break
4Chargers,San DiegoSDCKCC1121429513
This defense has panned out nicely for fantasy owners over an extended period, but faces a healthier Chiefs team coming out of its bye week. 
The Cowboys make for an elite play this week given how awesome they've played defensively and how pathetic the Giants' offensive line is. Eli could double his season interception total this week. 
Tier Break
6Giants,New YorkNYGDAL2022033812
The Seahawks barely got to Romo as the most pressure he saw was on a snap mishap. Not loving Big Blue against the rolling Cowboys in Jerry World. 
This defense is a mess, but they get a Ryan Fitzpatrick led offense in primetime at home. We think this is a worthwhile risk if options are limited, but be prepared for them to lay an egg if Bad Fitzpatrick decides to decline an appearance. 
849ers,San FranciscoSFODEN1112027512
They hadn't scored a touchdown since week 1. Now is the time to trade them if you can find any takers on name recognition. They face a potent Denver offense and are on bye in week 8. 
This defense is on a roll and now they get Matt Ryan away from his friendly confines in Atlanta. The matchup may not be great, but the waiver wire does not represent many good options this week. We recommend sticking with them again. 
Not exactly a turnover machine, they get after the quarterback so a handful of sacks are likely. 
Tier Break
Rank Name Team Vs
Int Fum Sack Pts
11Packers,Green BayGBPCAR1122234111
Not much expected here, the Panthers offense is tough to slow down. 
Consider the Texans a decent play against a struggling Pittsburgh Steelers offense. During the last month, Houston has allowed 25 points per game, compiled 1.8 sacks per outing and amassed 2.0 takeaways per contest. The Steelers, during the last two weeks, have scored just 10 offensive points per game. Pittsburgh also has allowed three sacks per contest and committed one turnover per outing in that time frame. 
This isn't the defense that many were expecting on draft day. They'll right the ship this week and have some nice matchups coming up so don't hit the panic button just yet. 
Owners who picked up Cleveland prior to week 6 had their eye on this matchup against a team full of rookies. However, this unit is very banged up right now, so we caution depending on them at this moment. Follow the injury reports throughout the week. 
Although the Indianapolis defense has been productive in recent weeks, this unit looks like a weak play on paper against the Cincinnati Bengals offense. Since Week 3, the Colts allowed an average of 18.8 points per game. They also have racked up four sacks and 2.8 takeaways per outing. During the last four weeks, the Cincinnati offense scored 29 points per game, allowed only 0.67 sacks per outing and committed 2.0 turnovers per contest. 
Week 6 was their worst performance of the season. This week they are at Chicago and Cutler is usually good for a pick or two but there is a lot to try and cover in the Chicago offense. 
Tier Break
The Carolina defense is a weak play against the Green Bay Packers offense. During the last month, the struggling Panthers allowed 34 points per game while racking up just 1.5 sacks and 1.5 takeaways per contest. The Green Bay offense, in that same time frame, scored 26.8 points per game. The Packers also yielded only 2.0 sacks per contest and committed just 0.5 turnovers per outing. 
They will give up yards and points, but they get after the quarterback so a handful of sacks can be expected regardless of the opponent. 
19Rams,St. LouisSTLSEA1112633010
They've been terrible in almost every fantasy scoring system. Any owners still holding them probably still think Adrian Peterson is gonna play this year too. 
Tier Break
20Saints,New OrleansNOSDET002202599
The disappointing New Orleans defense is a weak play against the Detroit Lions offense. During the Saints' last four games played, they yielded 26 points per contest and amassed only 1.3 sacks per outing. New Orleans also compiled just one takeaway. In the last four weeks, the Lions offense scored 15 points per game, allowed four sacks per outing and committed 1.3 turnovers per contest. 
Rank Name Team Vs
Int Fum Sack Pts
Consider the Tennessee defense a weak play. During the last month, the Titans allowed 29.3 points per game, and they averaged just 1.3 takeaways per contest. Six of Tennessee's seven sacks recorded during that time frame came last week against the Jacksonville Jaguars. From Week 3 through Week 6, Washington scored 21.3 points per game. They also allowed 1.3 sacks per outing and committed 2.8 turnovers per contest. 
A possible sneaky middle of the road unit this week as they travel to Buffalo. Though they really haven't done much to give us all that much confidence. 
Tier Break
23Jets,New YorkNYJNEP003243088
We would like them more this week if this were a home game. Brady has been good the past 2 weeks and they have allowed 15 passing touchdowns through the first 6 weeks of the season. 
24Chiefs,Kansas CityKCCSDC102233738
This is a defense to keep out of fantasy lineups in Week 7. San Diego has been as bad a matchup as any team, turning the ball over twice all year. 
Tier Break
This unit has struggled consecutive weeks and now they get Andrew Luck in his house. Look elsewhere. 
Lots of issues on defense, injuries being one of the biggest factors. If Locker sits and the running game struggles though, they could be the beneficiaries of the oppositions mistakes. 
Tier Break
Colin Kaepernick and the Niners have yielded eight sacks and just two turnovers over their last four games. Denver's defense has been getting after the quarterback, but their middling fantasy production has become a matter of routine. 
The Atlanta defense is a weak play. During the last month, the Falcons allowed 28 points per game. They also notched seven sacks and seven takeaways in that time frame. However, three of the sacks and five of the takeaways came in Week 3 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since Week 3, the efficient Baltimore Ravens offense scored 31 points per game, allowed only one sack per outing and committed just 1.3 turnovers per contest. 
Tough matchup, plus this defense has accounted for zero turnovers in more games than not. 
Tier Break
The Jaguars can get after the quarterback (tied for second in the NFL with 19 sacks), but that is the only thing this unit does well. On the season, Jacksonville has allowed 30.8 points per game and has amassed just four takeaways. By the way, the Jaguars have racked up just one takeaway since Week 2. This defense is a weak play as usual. 
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