This is an article from the Dec. 17, 2007 issue
A week afterthrowing four touchdown passes against Miami's 30th-ranked scoring defense,Edwards goes against an even worse group in Cleveland, which ranks last in theNFL and allows nearly four touchdowns per game.
In the last twoweeks Miami's D has cured the ailing offenses of the Jets and the Bills, givingup a combined 78 points and five TD passes. Boller, along with emerging deepthreat Devard Darling, will inflict further pain.
Ru-di! Ru-di! Hefinally wrested ball-carrying duties from Kenny Watson and now has touchdownsin three straight games.
With Roy Williamsout, Jones (23 carries, 92 yards and two TDs on Sunday) assumes greaterimportance in Detroit's offense.
Remember when thePackers couldn't run? Grant keeps the ball moving against St. Louis'sbottom-half D.
The surprising Leehas four touchdowns over the last five weeks, tied for the most among tightends during that span. It helps that the man getting him the ball is just ashot: Brett Favre has thrown multiple touchdown passes in six of his last sevengames.
In his last threehome games Ward has 27 catches for 258 yards and three TDs. He'll add to thosenumbers against a Jags defense prone to giving up the long ball.
With Green Bayhaving sewn up the NFC North title, Robinson will play more while startersDonald Driver and Greg Jennings are preserved for the postseason.
The rookie, withtwo TDs in the last three games, will continue to build his NFL résumé asChicago stacks the line to stop Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor.
Bills AT Browns Hehit a team-record 18th straight field goal last week against Miami, and now hegets Cleveland, against whom kickers average nearly 10 points a game.
DEFENSE / SPECIALTEAMS
The team with themost interceptions returned for a touchdown (six) gets either Brian Griese, whohas six picks in his last three games, or Kyle Orton (13 career INTs, nineTDs).
QB Jay CutlerBroncos, RB Willis McGahee Ravens, TE Owen Daniels Texans, WR Deion BranchSeahawks