Garrard posted great numbers against the formerly fearsome Titans' defense. He was 27-for-37 for 323 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He should keep this up and lead his team to victory on the road. With five touchdowns and just one pick on the season, he's a low-level No. 1 and an excellent flex or bye week option.
Hasn't gotten into the end zone yet in 2009, a streak that has to be broken soon. He had three catches for 42 yards against Tennessee and has become the No. 2 WR on the team to Sims-Walker. Holt is a fantasy non-entity despite the fact that he's going to get into the end zone sooner than later.
Garrard is all about the hyphenated names. Sims-Walker has become the Jags No. 1 guy and he's a No. 2 fantasy WR. With seven catches for 91 yards and a pair of scores against the Titans and 278 yards and 3 TD the last three games, Sims-Walker has gone from fantasy sleeper to legit threat.
Like most of the Jags, Lewis had a very good game against Tennessee catching four passes for 76 yards and a TD. With two TDs on the season, Lewis is becoming a legitimate red zone threat. While still not a top TE, he's a good bye week option.
The Jags aren't terrible. It's just that they're not great either. The 19th-ranked defense is never really an advisable start, even against a 'meh' Seabags team. Further, their pass defense is the worst in the league.
Hasselbeck's status is uncertain, but Mora hopes to have him back in the lineup to help the 1-3 Seahawks get back in the W column. With his excellent WR corps and the Jaguars' league-worst pass defense, you're going to want to get him back in the lineup if he plays.
Jones has had two good games (117 yards, 98 yards) and two lousy games (11 yards, 25 yards in Week 4 against Indy). If the every-other-game pattern keeps up, Jones should be a decent No. 2 option against the Jags.
Housh had his first 100-yard game of the year against the Colts (eight catches for 103). He could definitely do it again this week, with Hasselbeck back and the pourous Jags' pass defense. He's a definite No. 2 fantasy WR and should be started in most formats, especially PPR leagues given his 22 catches on the year.
Burleson's only 1,000-yard campaign came in 2004 during Culpepper's record-breaking year. He had three good weeks to start the year before coming back to earth against Indy with four catches for 31 yards. He is fifth in the league among wideouts with 24 catches. All in all, he's a higher-end No. 3 WR and a decent bye week guy against the Jags.
The tight end has always played a big part in the Mora/Knapp system and Hasselbeck was very comfortable with him in Week 1, hitting him for 95 yards and a pair of scores. He was forgotten a with Wallace in at QB, but ought to bounce back with a good week.