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The Vikings defense was shredded by Andrew Luck last week. Franchise thinks Aaron Rodgers can do the same in Week 16. He's also riding the hot hands (feet?) of Ezekiel Elliott and Le'Veon Bell in key matchups for both of those teams. Jordy Nelson and Mike Evans continue to be target magnets -- even if Evans hasn't produced much lately. Travis Kelce has been the hottest tight end on the planet lately. The Chiefs defense continues to excel with takeaways and sacks. And Sebastian Janikowski.
The Jets have been Tom Brady's favorite foil during his career and Gelhar expects TB12 to continue his success against Gang Green. Ezekiel Elliott is going to be an exceedingly popular pick this week. Todd Gurley is a case of playing the matchups against the league's worst run defense. Odell Beckham is good at football and T.Y. Hilton dominates his team's target share. Martellus Bennett could be a favorite Brady target against a woeful Jets defense. The Seahawks match up well against a lackluster Cardinals offense. And Cairo Santos.
Harmon is thinking outside the box with Ben Roethlisberger against the Ravens. The Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount picks? Much more conventional. The same can be said of OBJ (who's still good at football). Michael Crabtree is a dark horse pick against Indianapolis. Delanie Walker is still the top pass-catcher in Tennessee while the Chargers should get after the Browns offense this week. And Cairo Santos.
Tom Brady against the Jets seemed like too much fun to pass up. Jordan Howard has run well all season and gets to take aim at a suspect Washington run defense. Melvin Gordon is a bit of a Hail Mary, hoping he can play against the Browns on Saturday. Did you hear that Odell Beckham and Antonio Brown are good at football? Because they are. Greg Olsen returned to relevance recently and should remain there against Atlanta. The Patriots will have a chance to get after a bad Jets offense. And Cairo Santos.