A new spate of injuries brings a new slate of start/sit debates and we’re here to answer them all for every matchup on the slate. There are glaring Week 12 examples of players you should start and sit. There are also examples of sleepers who could provide unexpected production and big names who could flop based on these Week 12 matchups. Every week we’ll break down every game on the slate and pinpoint the players you need to know in every matchup.
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While the Seahawks were posting records, the Lions defense was a wreck.
Rookie defensive lineman Aidan Hutchinson, who some see as the savior of the Lions defense, has been a disappointment.
Outside his one good game against the Washington Commanders, he has 6 tackles and zero sacks in his three other games, with four of the tackles being assisted.
While injuries are plaguing the team, they have no answers to improve their 2022 season.
1. Houston Texans
The Houston Texans are the only NFL team remaining that’s yet to win a game.
However, with them trading Deshaun Watson, and not getting a QB to replace him, it’s not odd to see them as a winless team.
While the team has some good things going for them, they won’t have a winning season.
They are too far gone, despite their solid pass defense that held Russell Wilson to only 14 completions.
Last week the Texans defense looked solid. They held Russell Wilson to 14-31 passing for 219 yards and a 66 rating. On the flip side the Broncos rushed for 148 yds and 4.8 ypc. Expect a hefty dose of David Montgomery. #DaBears#Bears#BearDownpic.twitter.com/tOYm7RzPFS