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Chris Harris Jr.: ‘I like Joe Flacco. He’s thrown me a couple picks.’ For the third time in as many weeks White Case Keenum Jersey , the Broncos’ defense will face a different type of quarterback than it faced the recent two.Russell Wilson was a mobile quarterback with a big arm, Derek Carr could get the ball out super fast, and now Joe Flacco likes to launch the ball downfield.Chris Harris Jr. seems to like that third type the best.“I like Flacco. He’s thrown me a couple picks, so I like going against him,” Harris Jr. laughed.But in truth, Harris Jr. said, it’s a “totally different mindset” to go up against a quarterback like that.“When you look at Flacco, he wants that home-run ball. He wants to take you up top. He wants the deep 70-yard bomb,” Harris Jr. said. “I’ve had plenty of experience playing against Flacco, so I’ll try to share any information I can to the young guys.”The Ravens’ QB has been his typical self the past two games - up and down. He threw for under 300 yards in Week 1 but hit two TDs against the awful Bills while he threw for nearly 400 yards last week and two TDs. But he also threw two interceptions and was sacked four times by the Bengals.A big part of Flacco’s success this season has been thanks to wide receiver John Brown, who’s averaging almost 20 yards per catch on his seven receptions. Willie Snead IV and Michael Crabtree have also contributed a touchdown reception so far this season, but CHJ doesn’t seem too worried about this receiving corps. Although he acknowledges that Snead is “actually playing pretty well” and Crabtree is always good at just getting open, Brown is the main guy to key on.“John Brown, he’s taken the top off. He’s been a guy,” Harris Jr. added. “He’s really a receiver who’s jumped out on the film. He’s run past a lot of receivers, so we’ve got to be aware of where he’s at for the big play for sure.”Asked if he’d like to be covering Brown, Harris Jr. said he doesn’t care which player. He’s after one thing.“I want whoever’s getting the ball,” Harris Jr. said. “Just to get some action and be able to play my game. Wherever they put me at , I’ll just try to do the best I can.”Whoever he’s covering, Harris Jr. will likely not make the mistake of playing off-man this weekend - something he acknowledged was a problem against Oakland (as did almost everyone during that game).“I think we just played a little too off [of the wide receivers],” he said, adding that the Raiders put the Broncos’ defense in tight splits and made it more difficult to play up. “Whenever we can get hands on them, the outside corners have to, that’s a given when you play outside corner. You always have to be up there and be aggressive. That’s what we are on defense.”Since it’s a road game, the onus is on the defense to keep the game in Denver’s control.“When you play on the road, you have to pack your defense. We’ve got to be ready to go and be ready to outplay their defense,” the cornerback said. “That’s how it is on the road. Defense, you’ve got to ball on the road. You always plan on the offense to struggle a little bit on the road, so we have to try and give them a little help — hopefully get an early turnover and get Case [Keenum] going early.”Harris Jr. feels good about this team on the road this year, though - a change from recent seasons for two main reasons.“We run the football great, and our special teams are way better,” he said, adding that the defense still needs to show up big. “The defense has to lead the way on the road. We have to be able to come out there and set the tone.” This is the “impossible” week to pick. Some teams are as likely to start players as bench them. Some teams have already mailed in the season and won’t try. Some teams will actually try, but it might be against another “mailed it in” team. And some games will simply take forever with neither team necessarily caring if they win.I’m not sure how much stock I would put in these picks is what I’m saying. Last Week: 12-4Overall: 151-86-2Miami Dolphins (7-Cool at Buffalo Bills (5-10) 11:00am CBSThe Good: We get the garbage game over quickly.The Bad: Alcohol won’t have sunk in to make this game bearable.Prediction: Dolphins 20, Bills 17? Maybe? Detroit Lions (5-10) at Green Bay Packers (6-8-1) 11:00am FOXThe Good: Wisconsin has some delicious cheese.The Bad: Detroit as a whole. Ok, and the Packers too.Prediction: Lions 23 , Packers 25Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10) at Houston Texans (10-5) 11:00am CBSThe Good: Each time I hear the owner of the Jag’s last name, I think of Captain Kirk yelling “KAHN!!!!” The Bad: The Texans might not really play all their starters.Prediction: Jags 6, Texans 20New York Jets (4-11) at New England Patriots (10-5) 11:00am CBSThe Good: The Patriots kinda suck this year and are a lucky 10 win team.The Bad: The Jets in general, and the fact the Patriots are still in the playoffs.Prediction: Jets 13, Patriots 23Carolina Panthers (6-9) at New Orleans Saints (13-2) 11:00am FOXThe Good: I’m going to the divisional round game in New Orleans!The Bad: That’s still a few weeks away. And the Saints likely rest their starters this week. Prediction: Panthers 10, Saints 23Dallas Cowboys (9-6) at New York Giants (5-10) 11:00am FOXThe Good: This game is meaningless for both teams so nobody has to suffer though it.The Bad: Except Jeff Essary and his Cowboy onesie PJs.Prediction: Cowboys 17, Giants 19Atlanta Falcons (6-9) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-10) 11:00am FOXThe Good: Tampa Bay has some bomb Cuban food and amazing places like Ybor City.The Bad: That this game is even being televised. NFL should pay the commercial sponsors for this.Prediction: Falcons 27, Bucs 30Cleveland Browns (7-7-1) at Baltimore Ravens (9-6) 2:25pm CBSThe Good: Baker freaking MayfieldThe Bad: That the Broncos don’t have Baker MayfieldPrediction: Browns 20, Ravens 24Oakland Raiders (4-11) at Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) 2:25pm CBSThe Good: Patrick Mahomes. Even as a KC Hater, I love that kid.The Bad: The fact he’s in our division.The Good Bonus: That the Chiefs are allergic to December & January success. Prediction: Raiders 27, Chiefs 31Chicago Bears (11-4) at Minnesota Vikings (8-6-1) 2:25pm FOXThe Good: The Bear’s record meaning they’ll mop the floor with Cousins.The Bad: Except they’re likely resting players so Cousins will play the JV squad and help his “can’t beat a winning team” stats.Prediction: Bears 17, Vikings 23Cincinnati Bengals (6-9) at Pittsburgh Steelers (8-6-1) 2:25pm CBSThe Good: The smug ass Steeler fans can use those annoying F’ing towels to wipe their tears with for missing the playoffs after blowing an insurmountable division lead.The Bad: They’ll likely still win this game so their smug ass tears won’t be as salty as they should be.Prediction: Bengals 20, Steelers 28Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) at Washington Redskins (7-Cool 2:25pm FOXThe Good: Nick Foles when he’s not the actual starter of a franchise.The Bad: The Redskins’ front office management.Prediction: Eagles 23, Redskins 17Los Angeles Chargers (11-4) at Denver Broncos (6-9) 2:25pm CBSYou’re gonna hear the following from staff and fans alike: “You never root for for the Broncos to lose!” and “Draft order doesn’t mean anything” and “Real fans blah blah blah”Zip it, all of you. This season is a steaming pile of excrement. The ONLY thing the Broncos have going for them is their draft order and this year’s draft picks, which was only doable because we LOST the last meaningless game of the season. I’d contend that a REAL fan wants the Broncos to do the best possible thing for the franchise: you know, the name on the front of the jersey. And the best thing for this franchise to do is to get as good of a draft pick as possible because you want your choice of the better players instead of the “crapshoot” players.Real fans want the long term viability of the franchise. Real fans know that sometimes you have to crack a damn egg to make a delicious omelet. Real fans can see past “next week” and towards what’s best next year.Save the rah rah for your kids soccer games. In order for the Broncos to win, they must lose this game. As I said in a comment section when a commenter said “is there really a difference between pick #11 and pick #16?” I said “yeah White Derek Wolfe Jersey , J.J. Watt was pick #11, Ryan Kerrigan was #16” So yeah, future hall of fame player or someone I had to freaking google. That’s the difference between winning a meaningless game and doing what comes so naturally (i.e. losing). Do you know who IS NOT available at #16? Von Miller isn’t. JJ Watt isn’t. Baker Mayfield isn’t! You want as high a pick as you can to get the player who won’t be there later. And don’t be “that guy” and say “Tom Brady was pick 199!” We get it, broken clocks are correct twice a day, sun shines on dog’s asses every now and again, and sometimes a 6th rounder is a hall of fame. But that isn’t a draft strategy. By pretending like it is shows that you need a crash course in Vance Joseph’s ‘Football 101/Football IQ” every week.Look, the Broncos are the sad ass punchline to the joke. We are. Time to wake up from your coma and realize that it’s been 3 painful and embarrassing years since we were good. Hell, it’s been 2 years since we’ve been competitive. If you want to stay in this trash heap with the rest of the garbage teams, by all means, root for a Broncos victory. If you’re sick and tired of being an embarrassment, then you realize that the draft is the way out, and increasing the odds of drafting a hall of fame player and solid starters in the subsequent rounds is the only way off said pile. So be a REAL and TRUE fan and root for the name on the front of the jersey instead of what your “feelings” in the moment want. Rooting for a win is a crime of passion, punishable by a lifetime sentence. Knowing that losing is what’s best for the team is called wisdom!Prediction: I don’t care as long as the Broncos get a better draft pick. Also: Chargers 31, Broncos 6 We don’t even have Phillip Lindsay to bail us out.San Francisco 49ers (4-11) at Los Angeles Rams (12-3) 2:25pm FOXThe Good: Kyle Shanahan’s coaching ability.The Bad: The Rams having a bye week before they figure their defense out.Prediction: Niners 18, Rams 20 Arizona Cardinals (3-12) at Seattle Seahawks (9-6) 2:25pm FOXThe Good: The Broncos not drafting Josh RosenThe Bad: Suffering through the “12th Man” nonsense yet another week.Prediction: Cardinals 3, Seahawks 24Indianapolis Colts (9-6) at Tennessee Titans (9-6) 6:20pm NBC SNFThe Good: Andrew Luck looks to be back.The Bad: Luck’s offensive line sucks as bad as Mariota’s game. Prediction: Colts 17, Titans 16
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