1. Odafe Oweh could have a healthy explosion against the Arizona Cardinals
Odafe Oweh does not really need to get back on track as much as he needs to get into the swing of things. He is already looking as good as ever, but his health has held back a potential breakout season. Oweh had a great week one performance against Laremy Tunsil, but an injury early in week two sidelined him.
He came back for week seven against the Detroit Lions. That meant Taylor Decker. Once again, he performed against a well-known left tackle. Oweh has only played two games against two talented players, but he is two for two in terms of playing up to expectations.
Now, he gets D.J. Humphries. Humphries is good and has a solid reputation, but he has been pretty bad this year. He was ejected for bumping a ref in the Cardinals' last game. Oweh has handled linemen better than Humphries. This is not the easy test that the interior or the wide receivers will get this week, but Oweh should dominate and prove that he is going to have his best year this season with a strong performance in week eight.