Rather than a concern, Trevon Diggs might be a target for Deebo Samuel on Sunday.
There's pressure on Keenan Allen to step up with Mike Williams out, and the Jaguars defense appears vulnerable in the slot.
With the potential to play and be the top scorer in each of the four playoff weeks, Josh Allen is the clear 1.01.
The Lions have used D'Andre Swift sparingly in 2022, but they likely need a strong game from him to keep pace with Green Bay.
Chris Olave could finish his remarkable rookie season in strong fashion against Carolina's backup corners.
Late-season AFC North games can be low-scoring, and Sunday night's game should feature plenty of defense too.
Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Lions receivers project for a substantial advantage against the Chicago secondary.
Ezekiel Elliott and Malik Davis should be busy with Tony Pollard out Thursday.
Tyreek Hill might be a tempting pick in playoff best ball, but his team's struggles could threaten his playoff utility.
The Packers defense struggles with fundamentals and might have a difficult game against Miami.
Quinnen Williams' return would help the Jets defense capitalize on bad weather.
Mike Williams should climb the ladder against Tennessee CBs that lack reach.
George Kittle has been quiet lately, but he might have more work to do with Deebo Samuel out.
Justin Herbert finally gets his starting wideout rotation back in time for a potential shootout with the Dolphins.
Amon-Ra St. Brown is providing monstrous late-season production again and should continue against Minnesota.
In a game with a lack of proven producers, Davante Adams is difficult to fade Thursday.
Matt Ryan and the Colts offensive line have experienced constant disaster in 2022, and now they face Micah Parsons.
A.J. Brown has both a good matchup and the Revenge Game narrative in Week 13.
With no Damien Harris available Rhamondre Stevenson might need to play upwards of 60 snaps Thursday.
It's been a slow couple of weeks for Miles Sanders but a matchup with Green Bay should get him back on track.
It's been an encouraging breakout season for Christian Kirk, but he draws a buzzsaw assignment against Marlon Humphrey.
Justin Herbert has had a difficult season, but the returns of Keenan Allen and Mike Williams might turn things for the better
Terry McLaurin should stay hot in an indoor game against a Houston defense that lacks speed.
Derrick Henry tends to improve as the year goes on, a trend that could continue at Green Bay's expense Thursday.
The vintage Christian McCaffrey is back, and now with the Shanahan Offense making him look better than ever.
Xavien Howard is more of a ballhawk than a shutdown corner, so Amari Cooper should do well in the warm weather Sunday.
DJ Moore got the better of Atlanta in Week 8, and he catches them again Thursday without their two top corners.
The Titans defense is better against the run than the pass, which could invite Patrick Mahomes to run up big numbers Sunday.
Sauce Gardner vs. Stefon Diggs would be an interesting matchup, but the Bills should be able to keep Diggs away from Gardner.
Davis Mills might be heading into a hopeless situation without his top two receivers Thursday.
Playing at home and off the bye, Josh Allen is likely in for a big game against Green Bay.
It's been a difficult season for DJ Moore, but the Falcons are vulnerable without top CB A.J. Terrell.
Lamar Jackson always carries the Ravens, but there could be as much pressure as ever Thursday with his pass catchers hobbled on a short week.
Tua Tagovailoa makes his much anticipated return at home but needs to stay alert against the scrappy Steelers.
Aaron Rodgers is playing poorly, but the Washington defense tends to accommodate opposing passing games.
DeAndre Hopkins could get out to a fast start with top Saints corner Marshon Lattimore out Thursday.
The Dallas pass rush might be intimidating, but the Philadelphia offensive line might be even more fearsome.
Looking at the top wide receivers from an offense and, based on the inside/outside and left/right splits of those receivers, identify the cornerbacks most likely to face them in man coverage.
Carson Wentz is without Jahan Doston, but the Bears corners can't cover Terry McLaurin or Curtis Samuel.
The Ravens need to manage J.K. Dobbins carefully, but injuries on offense might tempt Baltimore into leaning on the talented back in Week 5.
Chris Olave's hot streak might continue with Mike Thomas out against weak Seattle corner rotation.
Both the Broncos and Colts are short-handed, but the Broncos have wideouts to lean on in Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy.
As a high-volume running back on a slight home favorite, Leonard Fournette is poised for a productive game Sunday night.
With better coverage in the seam than the perimeter, expect Mike Evans to hit the ground running against the Chiefs.
Cincinnati's clunky offense could really use a big game from Joe Mixon on a short week.
The 49ers run defense is intimidating, but Javonte Williams could make a lasting impression with a good game Sunday.
Mario Puig analyzes the wide receiver-cornerback matchups for Week 3. Allen Robinson is poised to finally break out after a slow two-week start to his Rams career.
The Steelers run defense is vulnerable, and Kareem Hunt might want a touchdown or two after Nick Chubb hogged three in Week 2.
Aaron Jones didn't get enough work in Week 1, and the Packers know that's a losing formula.
Mitch Trubisky can miss the wide side of a barn, but Chase Claypool could do damage anyway against New England's tiny and slow slot corner.