8. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars at Denver Broncos

As a pocket passer, Lawrence has been all over the map. He started the season off well, but has been in a rut the last four weeks due to his inability to stay away from the turnovers, not hitting his targets, and being content in making things happen with his feet. Take away that production in the ground game, and Lawrence would be worthless to fantasy owners. We don’t have any delusions of fantasy owners using him in single-quarterback leagues. We know he is being used in super flex leagues though and 2-QB leagues.This might be a week where you search for an alternative.

The Broncos have allowed just two quarterbacks in double-digit points, and even then, those two QBs never scored 18 points. They’ve allowed three passing touchdowns all season, with (the last one was back in Week 3) four interceptions. Four QBs have been held under 200 yards passing and the most they’ve allowed was 251 yards to the feeble Matt Ryan.