Collins is not a recommended fantasy QB as he has only five TD passes in eight starts, but last week the Bears baited him to beat them through the air and he obliged. Collins completed 30-of-41 passes for 289 yards and two TDs and didn't throw an interception for the fourth straight game. The Jaguars may employ the same tactics this week, so be ready for a possible repeat on the road.
White scored his 11th rushing TD of the season last week as he leads the NFL in that category despite rushing for only 418 yards. The Bears held him to 14 yards on 10 carries, but he still earned enough fantasy points with the 2-yard TD plunge. White rushed for 40 yards and a TD in the Week 1 win over Jacksonville and could find paydirt again this week in a battle of rushing offenses.
The Bears totally shut down Johnson last week as they brought linebackers and safeties on all early downs, limiting him to 8 yards on 14 carries. But Johnson rushed for 93 yards on 15 carries in the Week 1 17-10 win over Jacksonville and should return to form this week as the Jaguars rank 20th against the run.
Jones had his best game of the season last week at Chicago, catching 8 passes for 82 yards, but he still couldn't find paydirt. Jones hasn't scored a TD this year and remains an iffy fantasy play this week as the Jags held him to just one catch for five yards in the first matchup between these two teams.
Gage caught his second TD pass of the season last week in Chicago as he finished with four catches for 47 yards and a score. He was limited to just two catches for 25 yards in the Week 1 win over Jacksonville, but should have slightly better numbers this time around with Collins at the helm instead of Vince Young.
Scaife dominated the Bears last week, catching 10 passes for 78 yards and a TD. He has been solid the last three weeks, catching 19 passes for 148 yards, and in Week 1 against Jacksonville he also had six catches for 105 yards. Stick with him again this week because he could be a solid target if the Jags blitz their linebackers often.
The Titans like to employ two-tight end sets more often because of their running game, but Crumpler is still taking a back-seat to Bo Scaife these days. He had three catches for 35 yards last week at Chicago and that might be as good as it gets for him.
Last week was his first real stinker game of the season for Bironas as he missed his only FG attempt and was limited to just three PATs. Before that he was averaging almost 9 points per game. Stick with him this week.
The Titans have been steady all year on defense and have allowed just five passing TDs compared to 14 interceptions. They will need to stop the run this week to win their 10th straight game of the season.
Garrard had a solid game last week vs. Detroit, completing 18-of-25 passes for 238 yards and two TDs. He didn't throw an interception and has now thrown only one INT in the last six games after a shaky start. The Titans intercepted him twice in the opener, but he still completed 23-of-35 passes for 215 yards and a TD. Look for the Jags to run the ball more often this week and try to win this game on the ground.
Jones-Drew has had a rather quiet season in 2008, but last week he exploded with three touchdowns against Detroit -- all in the second quarter -- on runs of 6, 1 and 8 yards. He finished with only 70 yards on 11 carries, but the TDs carried the way. In Week 1, he was limited to 13 yards rushing on just five carries, but look for that to change this week as the Jags try to control the clock on the ground.
Taylor had his most productive game since Week 3 as he helped the Jaguars grind out the 38-14 win over Detroit, rushing 18 times for 80 yards, while adding 17 yards on one reception. He won't see that many touches this week, but the Jags will try to control the tempo of this game on the ground. He's an iffy fantasy play for Week 11 and is probably best left on your bench.
Jones is the best receiving option on this team as he now has 27 catches in his last four games for 317 yards and a TD. He had five catches for 62 yards in last week's win over Detroit and had six catches for 80 yards in the Week 1 loss to Tennessee. If anyone is going to excel this week in the passing game, it will be Jones.
Porter caught his first TD pass of the season in last week's win at Detroit, but he still finished with just two catches for 33 yards and isn't fantasy worthy at this point. He's been a free agent bust for the Jaguars and for fantasy owners.
Lewis has been serviceable these last four weeks, catching 14 passes for 200 yards and a TD. Last week at Detroit, he caught 4 passes for 64 yards and in the Week 1 loss at Tennessee he caught three passes for 29 yards. Expect more of the same this week at home.