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PFL REPORTS WEEK 13 PREVIEWS

Pats-Broncos in Big Time Pressure Cooker, Jets-Giants Renew Urban Rivalry, Bucs-Jags in Florida Tussle





On a Bye: Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers, and Baltimore Ravens



11-4 (138-40 .775)



Thursday Night Football





New England Patriots (7-4) at Denver Broncos (6-5): (Key Injuries: LT Isiah Wynn, SS CS Gardner-Johnson, and FS Sonny Styles are all out for NENG, DT Delvin Tomlinson is out for DEN) A critical game for both teams. The Patriots got their full offensive game going in their, 31-24, win over Carolina last week. It's a good thing the O showed up, too, as the defense was ripped for 211 yards rushing by the Panthers ground attack. Denver is coming off their bye week and a huge win over the rival Kansas City Chiefs, 37-13. QB Nicholas Froschauer threw for 346 yards and 4 TDs and has now gone over the 300+ yard threshold in seven of his last eight games! However, the Pats have one of the best pass defenses in football giving up just 210.3 YPG and are tied atop the PFL (with Dallas) with 17 interceptions. This one should be a great game but the Broncos, despite their recent win over KC, have not shown they have turned the corner versus good teams this season just yet. Both clubs are locked into a real war for post-season entry. New England has the much tougher road and have shorter odds, but Denver has a curvy road ahead as well. Big time game here with major playoff significance. New England 27-24.



1PM Games









Arizona Cardinals (9-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (5-7): (Key Injuries: NONE) Defense ruled the day for the Cardinals in their, 42-7, win over Baltimore last week with 5 takeaways and limiting HB Gus Edwards to just 32 yards rushing. Arizona has been rugged on D all year long and enter this game yielding the fewest yards per game (258.4) in the league. The offense has been pretty good as well, leading the PFL in scoring averaging over 36 PPG with QB Kyler Murray enjoying a stellar campaign. Murray is completing 81% of his passes while slowly moving up the ranks and is now third in the league with 24 TD passes. Cinci has had some issues stopping the run this year (122.1 YPG) and just gave up over 200 yards on the ground to Seattle in a, 34-17, defeat. Now, they face a Cardinals' team that is averaging over 140 YPG running the ball led by rookie back Kenneth Walker (171-1034-15). The Bengals will need to find some way to slow down the Desert Dwellers and put some points up. That likely means QB Joe Burrow will need to do better than his current 8 TDs to 14 INTs ratio. Burrow has had only two games all year with more than 1 TD pass and has been shutout six times. Arizona 32-20.







Chicago Bears (10-1) at Minnesota Vikings (7-4): (Key Injuries: LG Gabe Blair is out for MIN) Earlier in the season this game was slated to have divisional title implications. Not anymore. Still, it is a very important game for both teams. The Bears are still in the running for the #1 seed along with Philadelphia and, if they cannot secure that spot, the #2 seed is within reason as well. The Vikings just ended a two-game losing skid but, more significantly, this is their latest attempt at showing they are for real and are serious challengers going forward in the NFC North. So far, Minnesota has been able to hold serve by beating the teams they should beat but they have not shown the knack for winning when asked to step it up a notch or two. QB Jared Goff has made massive strides in Bloomington, but his 11 TD passes is still a low total, and he has just two multi-TD games on the year. Nonetheless, coach Stephon Dillon has correctly asked Goff to manage games rather than win them while leaning on the play of its running game with Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison. The two backs have split the workload with Cook rushing 127 times for 687 yards and Mattison toting it 120 times for 499 yards. Mattison has been a TD scoring machine the past four games hauling the ball into the endzone some 13 times and now leads the PFL in that category with 19! He has overtaken rookie HBs Kenneth Walker (Arizona) and Brian Robinson (Kansas City) who each have 15. Chicago still has a shot at gaining the #1 or #2 seed in the NFC but they have little margin for error. Their defense had no problems against a Detroit Lions' team (that refuses to run the ball at all) and rolled, 38-12. They come in with the league's #9 rated pass defense (222.5 YPG) and are second in sacks with 49. Minnesota could have some problems shutting off Chicago's powerful ground game but should be able to manage the passing of QB Justin Fields with their secondary. However, Fields has only been sacked 13 times all year and has just 9 INTs so the Vikings will need to cover very well. This is not the same Vikings' team that played Chicago in week1. In that meeting, Goff had a season low 183 yards passing, Cook had a poor game, and Mattison ran it just 1 time. Should be a much closer game this time around. Chicago 27-21.





New York Jets (6-5) at New York Giants (2-10): (Key Injuries: HB Tanner Green still out for NYJ, DT Allan Haye out for NYG) MetLife Stadium should be rocking this weekend as these two urban rivals meet. The Jets are, currently, sitting outside the playoff pool with New England (7-4), Kansas City (7-4) or the LA Chargers (7-4), and Jacksonville (9-2) ahead of them. However, they will be favorites in four of their final six games and seem a good bet to win at least 10 games. Considering they swept the season series from the Patriots and considering the rugged slate of games in front of New England, there is a solid chance Gang Green makes its way to the post-season party...Assuming they take care of business. HB Dameon Pierce, a 5th round selection from Florida, has stepped in admirably for the injured Tanner Green. Pierce has rushed for over 600 yards with 8 TDs and has run for 96+ yards in three of his last four starts. On the other hand, the Giants abandoned the passing game again and were clobbered by Washington, 42-14, last week. QB Russell Wilson has now been limited to 9, 11, and 9 attempts over the last three games and has 9 or fewer completions in five of his last seven outings! There are growing rumors that Big Blue might be moving on from Wilson in the off-season. Currently the G-Men would select 5th in the upcoming draft and could hope that Detroit (Ryan Taggert) and Cleveland (Who just extended Bake Mayfield) do not trade out of their slots or elect to tab a quarterback. That scenario would enable New York to then snag one of the three desired signal callers in this draft cycle. Wilson will be on the last of his two-year $70 million UFA deal next season. Of course, it is equally possible that the Giants are simply protecting their position in the draft, will go with Wilson again next season, and select a player that can really help them. Stay tuned folks. The Jets' defense is a proven commodity and should easily be able to handle the Giants' offense, especially if one-dimensional. New York Jets 27-13.







Cleveland Browns (1-10) at Detroit Lions (1-10): (Key Injuries: HB Nick Chubb is out for season for CLE) Lake Erie has not been a great place for football this season. Along with the Buffalo Bills, the Erie 3 have a combined 4-28 record. The Browns have been hit hard with bad luck and, just when it seemed things could not get worse, they lost top back Chubb for the year. The quarterback woes of Baker Mayfield are well known, and the defense has struggled all year as well. However, Cleveland now gets to face a Lions' team that is having as tough a season as any. QB Ryan Taggert has played well but Detroit has all but abandoned any thoughts of a running game and come in with a league worst 62.4 YPG average. The Browns have been porous vs the run but ok against the pass while the Lions have been just the opposite. The loss of Chubb, though, could tip the scales towards Detroit. Just feel Browns get one here. Cleveland 22-18.





Buffalo Bills (2-9) at Philadelphia Eagles (11-0): (Key Injuries: RT Daryl Williams is out for BUF) QB Josh Allen threw for 287 yards and 2 TDs and rookie WR Garrett Wilson grabbed 8 balls for a season high 120 yards, but the Bills still lost, 38-17, to the Chargers. Allen was intercepted twice, and the defense could not stop the Chargers' running game (179 yards) but, still, there we some encouraging signs for the upstate New York club. Unfortunately, they now face the top team in football down in the City of Brotherly Love, the undefeated Eagles. Ugh. Philly is now seriously vying to become the first 17-0 team in PFL history after their amazing late rally victory over the Dallas Cowboys, 33-27. The Eagle defense is ranked 3rd while the offense is sitting at #4 and the team is averaging 36.1 PPG which is second in all of football. Philadelphia's passing game has been excellent, averaging a league best 323.5 YPG! They travel to Miami next week in another showdown matchup but cannot look past a Buffalo squad that has shown some signs of life of late. Philadelphia 35-14.









Las Vegas Raiders (3-8) at Kansas City Chiefs (7-4): (Key Injuries: WR Christian Watson and RG Trey Smith are out for KC) raider RT Alex Leatherwood’s pass protection issues continued against the Vikings last week as DE Danielle Hunter was in the backfield all game long hounding rookie QB Malik Willis for a season high 4 sacks. Willis has thrown for just 1872 yards and the signing of veteran QB Tom Brady proved fruitless. The rookie has found the opposing team 15 times while only throwing 8 TD passes and has a very low 70.7 QBR. It just seems one thing or another kills the Raiders’ cause every week. Last week the passing protection was gone, the running game with Josh Jacobs (10-45-0) was absent, and the pass rush was non-existent recording zero sacks. The Chiefs seemed to get their footing back with a solid rout of the Browns, 35-10, ending a three-game slide. However, there is concern the team could suffer the same injury and fatigue bug that decimated them down the stretch of last season. QB Patrick Mahomes has been sacked 46 times and Kansas City is the only team with a winning record to be in the top 10 for most sacks allowed! And, while the defense still ranks in the top 10, the pass defense has slid to 24th (254.8YPG)! With a gauntlet of games on the immediate horizon versus Jacksonville (9-2), New England (7-4), the Chargers (7-4), and Chicago (10-1) looming, KC cannot afford a slip of any kind and will need to win a few of these games if they want to make the playoffs. Kansas City 34-15.





Indianapolis Colts (10-1) at Carolina Panthers (6-5): (Key Injuries: NONE) The return of HB Jonathan Taylor to the Colts' arsenal is bad news for the league and great news for an Indy team that is white hot. The Colts have firmly established themselves as the team to beat in the AFC with their conquests of the Dolphins and now rival Jaguars under their belt. QB Aaron Rodgers was excellent last week throwing a season high 313 yards. The veteran UFA signing QB from Green Bay has been tremendous rarely making a mistake. He has only 5 interceptions all year and been sacked only 18 times while compiling a sparkling 119.9 QBR! He does have just 18 TD passes, 11th in the league, but the consensus among league GMs is that this is more by design than necessity. The Colts prefer to run the ball first (an ability they possess due to the fear of Rodgers) and lead the league in rushing (149.2 YPG) despite the absence of Taylor! The PFL has three Goodman coaches in the league (Seattle and the Jets the other two) and all three teams play the exact same style of ball: Defense, running game, and solid quarterback play. The Panthers are locked in a death grip with the Minnesota Vikings for the likely final wild card slot and are headed toward a week 17 collision with Minnesota in North Carolina. Rookie QB Desmond Ridder has played well but he has been sacked 54 times and that has stalled the attack by putting the team into too many long down situations. Carolina is near the bottom of the league in third down conversions and in red zone efficiency as a result. Hard to envision an upset here. Indianapolis 32-15.



4PM Games





Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-4) at Jacksonville Jaguars (9-2): (Key Injuries; NONE) Another NFC South crown seems in the bag and Tampa can now turn its attention to the off-season. The offense is near the top in the league averaging 414.2 YPG with UFA signee QB Derek Carr enjoying a very solid campaign in Florida. Carr is second in the PFL in passing yardage with 3779 (behind only Dallas' Dak Prescott's 3788) but it is the running game that really makes this engine go. HB Leonard Fournette has blasted his way for 1040 yards (4th in the PFL) and his 27 broken tackle runs is second only to the Saints' Alvin Kamara and his 33. Jacksonville still has a route to the AFC South title but likely saw that ship sail when they dropped their game last week, 23-15, to the Colts. Having been swept in the season series, the Jags would have to win the division outright and those odds seem a bit long. Nonetheless, Jacksonville QB Trevor Lawrence continues to play well, and the defense is solid. A bit of a worry, though, must be the inconsistency in the running game. HB Travis Etienne saw his streak of 3 straight 100+ yard games snapped by the Colts and his 44 yards was his lowest of the season outside his 43-yard effort against Arizona in week 2! In the team's lone two losses (both to the Colts), Etienne has mustered just 96 total yards with only 17 carries! His 9 carry and 8 carry games are both season lows for him! Indianapolis 32-20.





Atlanta Falcons (0-11) at New Orleans Saints (3-8): (Key Injuries: MLB Deion Jones is still out for ATL, DE Cam Jordan, SS CS Gardner-Johnson, and FS Sonny Styles are all out for NORL) Can the Falcons finally get a W? Atlanta will need to shut down the Saints running game if they wish to gain their initial win on the season and that might prove to be a bridge too far. The Falcons allow teams to rush at an alarming 173.5 YPG clip and face a New Orleans unit that has HB Alvin Kamara. The punishing back has run for 993 yards and has a league best 33 broken tackle runs to his credit. He will get some help from QB Tua Tagovailoa who has had an improved year but still needs more vertical plays. Atlanta's inability to stop the run will probably allow Kamara to have early down success and then let Tagovailoa play his short passing game style. New Orleans 26-18.





Houston Texans (4-7) at San Francisco 49ers (4-7): (Key Injuries: LE Travon Walker is still out for HOU) While still a long shot, San Fracisco has battled their way back into the peripheral discussion of the playoffs! Yes, they are 3 games in the loss column behind the Minnesota Vikings and 2 behind the Carolina Panthers but, nonetheless, they are still standing! They have jumped back into the fray by winning three of their last five games including two in a row entering this one. The offensive line had. arguably, its best game of the year last week as QB Trey Lance suffered just 1 sack in the team's, 33-14, romp over Green Bay. Lance has been dropped a startling 41 times in his prior six games, yet the youngster has been averaging 306.2 YPG which ranks him 7th in the league! Houston has had a solid offensive season with QB DeShaun Watson (299.3 YPG) and HB Simon Gingras-Gagnon (871 yards and 9 rushing TDs) powering the attack. But, as solid as the O has been, the D has been as bad. Houston is allowing teams to run for 146.8 YPG and the club's 24 total sacks is 30th. San Francisco's 40 sacks are 10th in the league and their 15 interceptions are 4th. The passing numbers and defensive stats are clear evidence of an improved level of play in San Fran but not sure if good enough to get by the Texans. Houston 31-20





Tennessee Titans (6-5) at Los Angeles Rams (1-11):
(Key Injuries: RG David DeCastro will be out for TEN) The Titans are still in the playoff hunt but have a brutal schedule coming up. Their 0-3 start to the season may have created too deep a hole to climb out of despite their 6-2 record since that time. QB Sam Darnold has played decently but he needs a good running game to help him out but the club’s 95.1 YPG rushing number ranks 24th in the league and that has not been quite good enough. Rookie HB Tyrion Davis-Price has played solid with 12 rushing TDs and 800+ yards on the ground but it still has not been enough. The 29th rated pass defense (272.2 YPG) has been too porous. Overall, Tennessee remains a dangerous team, but it seems likely they will be seeking to shore up the team in the post-season. The Rams, of course, are just trying to get their feet set under new HC Ken Mills. QB Drew Allar has been getting more first team snaps than veteran Matt Stafford and all indications are LA seeks a QB come draft time. Tennessee should stay in the playoff mix for now. Tennessee 28-16.



Sunday Night Football






Pittsburgh Steelers (4-7) at Los Angeles Chargers (7-4): (Key Injuries: LE Stephon Tuitt and ROLB Alex Highsmith are out for PIT, DT Bobby Brown is now out for LAC) Pittsburgh rediscovered its offense last week and rolled for 449 yards in a, 37-10, win over the Rams. The rejuvenated attack could make them a dangerous foe for the Chargers to deal with. Statistically speaking, these two teams are close, but the Bolts have a decided edge in several key categories. The Chargers are superior on third downs (57-45%), Red Zone Efficiency (68-55%), and turnover ratio (+4 to -1). Pittsburgh could pull off the upset here, but they would need to offset the statistical hill. The Steelers are 0-6 in games in which tailback Najee Harris does not record at least one rushing TD and the Chargers have allowed just 7 rushing TDs all year long! Los Angeles 26-18.



Monday Night Football






Washington Football Team (2-9) at Seattle Seahawks (9-2): (Key Injuries: NONE) Washington snapped a seven-game losing skid with a solid rout of the Giants, 42-14. QB Grant Jackson had, arguably, his best game of his brief career completing a personal best 84.2% of his passes (16-19) for 243 yards and a TD. Washington was able to employ a formula for success with Jackson's efficiency combining with the running of HB Antonio Gibson who ran for a a season high 159 yards and 4 TDs! An improved passing game will be needed if Washington holds out any hope of upsetting Seattle. The Seahawks are excellent against the run (69.6 YPG) and have allowed only one back (Dallas' Zeke Elliott) to rush for more than 100 yards against them all year. Seattle is trying to secure their second consecutive NFC West crown as well as the #2 seed for the playoffs. Thier season opening, 24-6, loss to Philadelphia likely eliminates them from being able to claim the top seed but the #2 spot would represent the best season, yet, for the franchise. Backs Chase Edmonds and Derrick Henry have powered their way for a combined 1463 yards and 20 rushing scores! UFA signee RE Zach Allen and rookie LE Arnold Ebiketie each have 10 sacks for the Seahawks. Seattle 28-17.
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