3. Garrett Wilson and Corey Davis, WR, New York Jets at Denver Broncos

Elijah Moore has already been declared out after demanding a trade (it was denied) due to being disgruntled from lack of targets. However, Tyler Conklin and Davis have been stronger candidates to start since Zach Wilson returned from injury. Wilson is on a steady decline since the Week 2 Cleveland game. The random play to Braxton Berrios doesn’t help clear up a muddy situation. The Jets make no apologies for being heavy on the run until Wilson figures it out.

Still, the Broncos defense, thanks to players like Patrick Surtain  Jr. have made it nearly impossible to throw against them. They’ve allowed just three passing touchdowns, and their average yards per reception allowed is 4.9. Denver is among the league leaders in Red Zone efficiency (holding opponents to just 26.7 percent, the Rams are next with 33.3 percent) and they get after the quarterback with 19 sacks (tied for fourth).