Andrew Luck (concussion) returned from a one-game absence in style and has the Indianapolis Colts in control of their own destiny heading into Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Andy Dalton will be up against the Browns in Week 14 after throwing for 308 yards and two touchdowns against them earlier in the season.
Jameis Winston has broken the 3,000-yard barrier through a dozen games and faces a Saints defense on Sunday that’s allowed the second most net passing yards this season.
Russell Wilson completed 26 of 36 passes for 277 yards, a touchdown and an interception while adding 29 yards on three carries last Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, numbers he hopes to build upon against a Green Bay Packers defense that is tied for 21st in the NFL in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Tom Brady has passed for under 300 yards in three-straight games and will face a Baltimore Ravens defense in Week 14 that's allowing just 222 passing yards per contest, which is seventh in the NFL.
Kirk Cousins completed 21 of 37 passes for 271 yards, a touchdown and an interception plus added a touchdown run on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, his seventh straight game accounting for multiple touchdowns, a streak that he will look to continue this week against a Philadelphia Eagles defense that he hit for 263 yards and two touchdowns back in Week 6.
Matt Ryan had an off-game against the Chiefs, but should get more opportunities on Sunday against the Rams, who allowed Drew Brees to go for five total touchdowns two weeks ago.
Marcus Mariota is the hottest quarterback on the planet, but will need more than past performance in Week 14 against the Denver Broncos' top-ranked passing defense.
Carson Palmer completed 30 of 46 pass attempts for 300 yards and three touchdowns last Sunday against the Washington Redskins, giving him seven touchdowns vs three interceptions in his last three games, marks he hopes to build upon this week against a Miami Dolphins defense that ranks 28th in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks this season.
Eli Manning completed 24 of 39 pass attempts for 195 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions last Sunday in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, his fifth straight game with multiple touchdowns, a streak he hopes to continue this Sunday against a Dallas Cowboys defense that is tied for 21st in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks this season.
Drew Brees has completed 70 or more percent of his passes in seven-straight games and leads the league in touchdowns and faces a Bucs defense on Sunday that’s allowed 22 passing touchdowns this season.
Matthew Stafford has led the Lions to seven wins in their last eight games, but has just seven touchdowns in his last six games entering a Week 14 matchup with a sixth ranked Chicago defense that allows 220 passing yards per game.
Cam Newton completed less than 50 percent of his passes for the third-straight game and faces a Chargers defense in Week 14 that leads the league in interceptions.
Colin Kaepernick had a historically terrible game last Sunday against the Chicago Bears, completing one pass for four yards with six rushes for 20 yards in three quarters before being pulled, but he is starting this week and has a solid match-up against a New York Jets defense that ranks 13th in limiting production to opposing quarterbacks but has been lit up for 575 yards and six touchdowns through the air in the past two weeks.
Philip Rivers has thrown multiple TD passes in each of the last five games, but his seven INTs in his last three makes him a volatile play Sunday against a Panthers defense allowing 276.8 passing yards a game, 30th in the league.
Jared Goff completed 14 of 32 passes for 161 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions against the New England Patriots last week, but will look to bounce back this week against an Atlanta Falcons defense that ranks last in the NFL in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Carson Wentz completed 36 of 60 pass attempts for 308 yards and a touchdown but with three interceptions plus added 16 rushing yards and seven receiving yards last Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, giving him four total touchdowns against nine turnovers in his last five games, numbers that he hopes to improve upon this week against a Washington Redskins defense that ranks 19th in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Dak Prescott completed 12 of 18 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown plus added 37 yards on six rushes with a lost fumble last Thursday against a very strong Minnesota Vikings defense, and looks to bounce back this week against a New York Giants defense that is equally tough against opposing quarterbacks, tied with the Vikings for second the NFL in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Trevor Siemian is on track to return to action after a one-game absence due to a foot injury, and gets a favorable matchup Sunday against a Titans defense allowing 270.3 passing yards a game, 26th in the league.
Aaron Rodgers has multiple touchdown passes in seven straight games entering a matchup with a Seahawks defense that has allowed 11 touchdown passes all season, though five have come in the last three weeks.
Robert Griffin will have a Week 14 matchup against the Bengals, if head coach Hue Jackson, as expected feels he’s ready to reclaim the starting job he had in Week 1 before getting injured.
Ryan Tannehill is coming off his first three-interception game of the season and will face an Arizona defense on Sunday that's allowing just 199 passing yards per game, which is third in the NFL.
Ben Roethlisberger will have a Week 14 tilt against the Bills after throwing just five touchdown passes over his last five road games.
Derek Carr's finger injury held him below a 60 percent completion rate last week for the first time all season, and he now faces a Chiefs defense that ranks eighth in QB rating against at 87.6.
Blake Bortles goes from the Denver Broncos' top-ranked pass defense in Week 13 to the Minnesota Vikings' fourth-ranked unit in Week 14.
Bryce Petty has been handed the reins of the struggling New York Jets offense, and will square off on Sunday against a suspect San Francisco defense that's allowed 26 passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for 30th in the league.
Tyrod Taylor struggled passing the ball this past Sunday and faces a Pittsburgh defense in Week 14 that's allowed just 15 throwing scores in 2016, which is tied for sixth in the NFL.
Alex Smith hasn't thrown multiple TD passes in a game since Week 7, making him a low-ceiling play Thursday against a Raiders defense that ranks 15th in QB rating against at 89.1.
Joe Flacco will take on the Patriots this Monday after they’ve held four of the last five quarterbacks they’ve faced to two or fewer touchdowns.
Paxton Lynch was extremely unproductive in his Week 13 start, but will likely return to the bench with Trevor Siemian seemingly ready to return from his foot injury.
Matt Barkley has played surprisingly decent in two starts, but faces a surging Lions pass defense that hasn't allowed a touchdown pass in two straight and only one multiple touchdown game since Week 6.
Sam Bradford has only one touchdown pass in his last two games and faces a second-ranked Jaguars defense on Sunday that allows 196 yards per game, having allowed one touchdown pass in their last three games while holding three of the last four quarterbacks they've faced to 166 yards or less.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has been benched in favor of Bryce Petty for the remainder of the season.