This article is part of our On Target series.
Another week of exciting matchups is in the books. Josh Reynolds ate Orlando Scandrick's lunch, Anthony Miller scored on Mackensie Alexander, Julio Jones got free against Byron Jones more than anyone else has this season, and T.Y. Hilton absolutely destroyed Malcolm Butler and the Titans.
Let's get to more exciting (good and bad) matchups for Week 12:
Snead is graded as having one of the biggest advantages over his cover corner on the whole slate per Pro Football Focus. Snead has lead the Ravens in targets in several games this season and it should be interesting to see just how much Lamar Jackson chooses to throw the ball, given that he had 27 rushing attempts last week. Nelson has allowed a 60 percent conversion rate in coverage this season, a number which could get worse against Snead's high-percentage routes.
As Fitz continues to age, it is easier for opposing teams to stick just one defensive player on him in coverage and change the way that he is used. King is one of the best cover corners in the AFC and has a 90.6 grade overall from PFF, which is one of the highest in the league for defensive backs. King has allowed only 0.22 fantasy points per route run against; it could be tough sledding for Fitz this week.
The reason that this matchup is interesting is that I am curious to see