Tough week for some top quarterbacks ...
Look at those matchups. Tommy Touchdown goes to his house of horrors in Denver, where he was run over like Ricardo Montalbán in "Naked Gun"last January. If Andrew Luck thought the Texans D was tough, what's he going to make of the Vikings' unit? (Not a huge difference, but sizable enough.) Russell Wilson faces what you think would be an easy matchup in the new-look (sort of) Rams, but his history versus those guys is not good. Then there's Dak Prescott, mired in a slump, taking on the hottest defense in the NFL.
OK, enough of my introductory banter. On to your thoughts ...
I smell what you're steppin' in, Evan. They keep winning, but are trailing in the fourth quarter just about every time out. Felt the Steelers have been more impressive, which is why Pittsburgh leapfrogged Detroit in this week's rankings.
I think Don is slightly biased. Maybe.
So which of the quarterbacks mentioned above overcome the beasts on the other side of the ball and pull out the W? See below. Don't worry: We sort out the Matt Moores and Bryce Pettys of the world, too. (Actually, they play each other!) Sort out your football thoughts: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
Now, let's get to it!
Elliot Harrison went 11-5 on his predictions for Week 14, giving him a record of 137-69-2 thus far this season. How will he fare in Week 15? His picks are below:
Hard to believe, but Miami has won seven of eight games. Obviously, Moore stepping in for the injured Ryan Tannehill presents an interesting twist to the back end of the season, but given that the Jets are allowing more yards per game (355.5) than they have in any season since 1989, I think the QB2 will find a few openings to exploit. #MIAvsNYJ
**Side note:** You have my pick for Thursday night, but be sure to make yours, as well. Go to [NFL.com/budlight](http://www.nfl.com/budlight) to vote for "Which Can will Win" or use #RamsCan or #SeahawksCan on Twitter.