CLE v. MIA : MIA offense didn't looked that great but neither did CLE NE @ BUF: NE always destroyed BUF but BUF offense looks great this season WAS @ DAL: DAL offense is hurting. Austin is out, Bryant and F. Jones hurting. QB with a broken ribs. DAL v. WAS: WAS offense is much better this season but DAL defense is playing on home turf NO v. HOU: NO gives up points but usually is a good fantasy DST. Worry about HOU's super charged offense.
None of your choices stand out thats for sure. I like Cleveland just because I think Miami is just not very good right now, maybe no tfor awhile. Thomas looks good for Miami but Cleveland has a pretty good front 7.
DeMarcus Ware is still a beast and the only thing good on the injured Cowboys is their D. Plus Rex Grossman always has the potential to be terrible/
The thing you have to consider always with NO and their style of D the last 3 or 4 years is this. They may not be as stout as the Steelers or Ravens as far as yardage, but they are turnover producers.They have been on or near top in the turnover and defensive touchdown categories in recent years and that is what gets you fantasy points
I would give a slight edge to Cleveland. NO/HOU and NE/BUF will likely be high scoring shootouts. As for the WAS/DAL game, its very uncertain at this point... DAL defense is inconsistent at best, having allowed 24 and 27 points in their first two games against subpar offenses, and while WAS defense could do well with Romo and so many other cowboys being injured, its just as likely that they get torched. CLE would be my first choice, with WAS as a close second.
I'd have to go with Washington against Dallas, a real banged up team. The only healthy threats for Dallas on offense are Witten and possibly Dez Bryant. Bryant IMO is the only real threat, as the Skins have decent enough cover linebackers and can focus on shutting Witten down. The X factors are DeMarco Murray and Choice, because once Felix leaves the game, they'll come in with fresh legs and unknown talent.
i would have to go dallas. grossman has been doing well, but it's because the run has set up the pass nicely. unfortunately, they now play a team that's good against the pass. plus, dallas' pass rush>>>>>>>>arizona's, and probably better then the giants as well. rex won't have all day to sit back there and throw