QB Tom Brady
If you can invent a reason to bench Brady during a week that most leagues play for their championship, more power to ya. The Jags havenâ€™t been a train wreck against the pass, but itâ€™s hard to envision a way they can hold Brady under 300 yards and 2-3 scores.
WRs Wes Welker, Brandon Lloyd
Bradyâ€™s growing chemistry with Lloyd has been one of the underreported stories of the past few weeks, and it looks like they are finally in sync. Look for Lloyd to grab 6 passes for over 80 yards and a score. Welker has been fighting a bad case of the dropsies the past few weeks, but Brady has still looked his way often (the first half of Sunday nightâ€™s game notwithstanding). I think heâ€™ll put up north of 70 yards, but a score is always a dicey proposition for Welker since others present better red zone targets.
RBs Stevan Ridley, Danny Woodhead, Shane Vereen, Brandon Bolden
While some Bills fans may take umbrage, I think the Jags have the leagueâ€™s worst run defense....