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Casey Making His Case
Yes, Jacoby Jones is the sexy pick, but James Casey is going to get work this week.
Jones has had numerous chances to become a full-time guy in Houston, and yet he still splits time with Kevin Walter.
Raiders Cornerback Stanford Routte isn't the best corner in the league, but he's good enough to contain Jones.
Owen Daniels is the No. 1 TE and will be Schaub's top option with Andre Johnson out—but that doesn't equate to success this week.
Raiders safety Tyvon Branch bracketed Rob Gronkowski in Week 4. The Raiders held him to one catch for 15 yards.
Expect the same treatment for Owen Daniels, leaving Casey as a viable option in the passing game.
Casey showcased his talents in Week 2 against the Saints, pulling in five catches for 126 yards and a touchdown.
He will be in single coverage and the Texans could run a lot of two TE sets, with Foster being the focus of the offense. Play-action is a killer.
Casey is owned in 3.2 percent of leagues according to ESPN Fantasy.