Andre Johnson @ Jaguars:
It looks like Andre Johnson is ready to come back after his long absence from the Texans lineup. Now, without Matt Schaub for the rest of the season, former USC great, and Cardinals first-round bust Matt Leinart will take over. Like many backup quarterbacks, they tend to look for a great receiver in the offense, so expect Johnson to be targeted 10-plus times weekly going forward.
While the Texans don’t have a solid No. 2 receiver, they do have some tight ends to draw attention and Arian Foster underneath. Houston's running game is top notch, so if Leinart can connect with Johnson down the field, opportunities should be available against a shaky Jaguars secondary.
Vincent Jackson vs. Broncos:
The up-and-down season continues for Vincent Jackson, but as long as he’s healthy, this guy just has to be in your lineup. Sure, Jackson will have his horrible performances, but like we’ve seen in two of the Chargers last three games, Jackson can pull of monster performances that win you weeks.
San Diego has dug themselves into a hole once again, but playing in the weakest division in football, the Chargers still have a chance to win the division, and Jackson should have a solid stretch run.
|2||Greg Jennings (I)||@ Lions|
|3||Steve Smith||@ Colts|
|4||Larry Fitzgerald||@ Rams|
|5||Mike Wallace||@ Chiefs|
|8||Hakeem Nicks||@ Saints|
|9||Jordy Nelson||@ Lions|
|11||Antonio Brown||@ Chiefs|
|12||Andre Johnson (I)||@ Jaguars|
|16||Victor Cruz||@ Saints|
|17||Wes Welker (I)||@ Eagles|
|18||Percy Harvin||@ Falcons|
|21||Brandon Marshall||@ Cowboys|
|22||Mario Manningham||@ Saints|
|23||Jeremy Maclin (I)||Patriots|
|25||Michael Crabtree||@ Ravens|
|27||Sidney Rice (I)||Redskins|
|31||Mike Williams (TB)||@ Titans|
|36||James Jones||@ Lions|
|37||Earl Bennett||@ Raiders|
|40||Eric Decker||@ Chargers|
|44||Josh Cribbs||@ Bengals|
|46||Greg Little||@ Bengals|