Nick Foles (at Washington) - It’s difficult to call Foles a sleeper after his performance last week. He is moving up the list with some QB1s in danger of resting for part of Week 17, and Foles is also facing a Washington defense that just released a starting safety. Now that Darren Sproles is back at full speed, the Eagles pass offense is very difficult to defend and they are the only team with something to gain in this game.
Derek Carr (at Kansas City) - The Raiders offense has come alive in December, sparked by a close loss to the Chiefs in Week 13. Carr threw for 285 yards and three scores against Kansas City, part of a five-week streak of quarterbacks throwing for at least two scores against them coming into this week. Carr has also been riffing well with a healthier Jordy Nelson lately, which should help him in the effort to keep up with Patrick Mahomes II.
Jameis Winston (vs Atlanta) - Winston had his best passing performance since Week 7 last week, and he’s still playing to endear himself to a franchise that is on the fence about his future and his head coach’s future. The Falcons have been one of the most generous pass defenses week in, week out, including over 300 yards passing to the Panthers second and third-string quarterbacks last week.
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