Josh Allen (vs New York Jets) - Allen has been an elite fantasy quarterback over the last two weeks on the back of his running ability, just in time to possibly be trusted as a QB2/Superflex/streamer for the playoffs. Allen had three rushing touchdowns in the four games he started and finished before his injury, and the Jets made Matt Barkley look like a good quarterback the first time these two teams met in Week 10.
Baker Mayfield (vs Carolina) - Mayfield had his worst half as a pro in the first half last week at Houston and then responded by becoming first quarterback to throw for 350 or more yards in a half since Tom Brady did it in 2012. Freddie Kitchens has revitalized this offense since becoming the offensive coordinator, sending Mayfield on a string of multi-touchdown games that only ended last week because Antonio Callaway fumbled at the goal line. This week he gets a Carolina defense that has given up multiple pass touchdowns in every game this year except Week 1 against Dallas and Week 11 against the depleted Lions passing game.
Derek Carr (vs Pittsburgh) - Carr has been almost impossible to predict this year, but we can at least see that his best games have come at home against Cleveland, Indianapolis, and last week against Kansas City. In those games, he has thrown for at least 244 yards and three scores. The Steelers defense has recently given up two passing scores to Case Keenum, and their defensive scheme somehow left a linebacker on Keenan Allen too many times last week, so they could be vulnerable to a mismatch player like Jared Cook this week.
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