NFL Mismatches in Week 14
Eddie George is still capable of wearing down a front seven and forcing the defense to react to him.
Updated: December 5, 2003, 3:55 PM ETBy By Ryan Early | NFL Insider
The game of pro football is predicated on individual match-ups. Coaches seek out a match-up in their favor and devise a game plan to take advantage. Each week we preview one lopsided match-up that should make an impact on the game, either through its exploitation or in changing a team's plans to try to compensate. This week is special because of the huge number of playoff caliber games. The top six games feature division battles between the top two teams, with four division leads possibly changing hands. A number of the other games still have compelling story lines to spark our interest, including two more games featuring teams with playoff aspirations.
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