Favre was cool in the clutch last week at New England, leading the Jets on two late-scoring drives to pull out the 34-31 win in overtime. Favre completed 26-of-33 passes for 258 yards and two TDs, his fifth game this season with two or more TD passes. He now faces a tough Titans' pass defense that has allowed just five passing TDs in 10 games, while collecting 16 interceptions. This is a tough road game for the Jets and Favre, who will be sorely tested in this road matchup.
Jones has been one of the best fantasy finds of 2008 as he now has nine rushing TDs and 854 yards rushing. He topped 100 yards rushing for the fourth time this season last week at New England as he finished with 104 yards and a TD on 30 bruising carries. Now he faces a Titans' run defense that ranks 10th in the league, allowing just under 97 yards per game. Start Jones again as he will find a way to get it done.
Washington doesn't play enough to start on a consistent basis, but somehow he's scored a TD in three of the last five games, including last week. He finished with only 35 total yards at New England, but caught a short swing pass for a TD, one of two catches on the night. He also returned a kickoff for a TD and will likely be an All-Pro returner, but in fantasy football he will be a reserve player for Week 12.
Cotchery made a highlight reel catch in the second quarter last week at New England and then followed up with a TD reception, his first scoring strike since Week 4. He finished with five catches for 87 yards and a score as the Jets won 34-31 in overtime. Keep him in your starting lineup as he will continue to excel as long as Favre is at QB.
Coles played last week at New England despite a deep thigh bruise and finished with five catches for 38 yards. Coles has just one TD reception in the last six games, but the assortment of injuries is making it tough for Coles to break free and put up big numbers. Keep him in your lineup this week, but expect similar numbers from last week.
The rookie has become a solid force in the Jets' passing game and should be picked up if he's somehow available in your league. Last week at New England he had eight catches for 87 yards and over the last two weeks he's had 14 catches for 194 yards and a TD. Brett Favre is gaining more confidence in Keller and his numbers should continue to be strong down the stretch.
Feely converted the game-winning field goal in overtime at New England last week to finish with 10 points and he's now scored 41 points in the last three games. Feely is averaging over 8 points per game and is a worthy fantasy play again this week.
Collins isn't a fantasy MVP, but he certainly should get some consideration for the NFL's MVP Award. He has led the Titans to a 10-0 record and has come up big these last few weeks when defenses have tried to take the running game away. Last week at Jacksonville, Collins completed 13-of-23 passes for 230 yards and three TDs, giving him five TD passes in the last two games. Believe it or not, he is a good fantasy start this week as the Jets rank 28th in pass defense and will be burned again this week.
Johnson ran for 64 yards on 17 carries last week at Jacksonville, but for the second straight week he failed to score a touchdown. The rookie from East Carolina continues to impress and he's capable of the big strike at any point, but don't be surprised if the Jets keep him in check for another week as they rank fourth vs. the run. Start Johnson, but expect similar numbers and no scores this week.
White was held out of the end zone last week by Jacksonville for only the third time this season. He finished with 52 yards on 14 carries as the Titans beat the Jaguars through the air. Expect another aerial assault this week, but plan on White finding paydirt from short yardage once again.
Jones caught his first TD pass of the season last week at Jacksonville, a 12-yard strike from Collins. He finished with only two catches for 23 yards, but it was his second good week for fantasy owners. Jones remains a bench player at best, but he could have another good game this week against this weak Jets' pass defense.
Where was this all year? Gage broke out in a big way last week at Jacksonville, catching four passes for 147 yards and two TDs. He scored on passes of 56 yards and 38 yards, giving him three TD receptions in the last two games. He's still not a good fantasy play down the stretch as the Titans love to run the ball, but it's possible that he could score again this week against a weak Jets' pass defense.
After catching 10 passes the week before, Scaife was limited to just two catches last week at Jacksonville for 28 yards. No problem as Scaife could just as easily put up big numbers again this week against the Jets, who gave up eight receptions to TE Ben Watson the weak before. Start Scaife again and expect better results.
After eight solid games to open the season, Bironas has been limited to one FG and a total of 9 points these last two weeks. But stick with him as he's still averaging over 8 points per game and will finish the season strong.