Garrard put up big yardage before the bye, throwing for 335 yards against the Rams (though he also threw two bad INTs). Week 4, he put up great numbers against the porous Titans D. He was 27/37 for 323 yards with 3 TD and 0 INT. He should keep this up and lead his team to victory on the road. He's a No.2 normally, but a low-end No.1 or an excellent flex or bye week option against the Titans' league worst 32nd ranked pass defense.
MJD went nuts against the Rams before the bye, rushing 33 times for 133 yards and 3TDs while catching 5 passes for 45 yards. Jones-Drew shares the NFL lead with Adrian Peterson in TDs with 8. He's a legitimate No. 1 fantasy RB and should be active in all formats.
Holt caught 5 passes for 101 yards before the bye against the Rams, his first foray over 100 on the year. He still hasn't gotten into the end zone yet in 2009, a streak that has to be broken soon. He has become the No. 2 WR on the team to Sims-Walker and is on pace to get 1000 yards on the year. He is a No. 3 fantasy WR because of his lack of scoring.
Sims-Walker has become the Jags No. 1 guy and he is a No. 2 fantasy WR. With 9 catches for 120 yards against the Rams, Sims-Walker has gone from fantasy sleeper to legit threat averaging 99.5 YPG with 3 TD in his last four games.
Lewis has had little success the last two games, especially in his 1 catch, 5 yard performance against the Rams. Like most of the Jags, Lewis had a very good game first time around against Tennessee catching 4 passes for 76 yards and a TD. Lewis is a meh bye week option
The Jags aren't very good either. The 23rd-ranked YPG, 24th-ranked PPG defense is never really an advisable start, even against a lousy Titans team. Perhaps their utility is as a situational one-week replacement.
Jeff Fisher won't name a starter, but neither Kerry Collins nor Vince Young is a viable fantasy starter. Collins was 2 for 13 for -2 yards against the Pats before the bye. The Titans are very very bad.
The league's 5th-best rusher, Johnson had 17 carries for 128 yards before the bye week in the Pats 59-0 dismantling of the Titans. He was limited in the 2nd half the first time the Titans played Jacksonville because the Titans were down and needed to pass, though he still had 16 carries for 83 yards and caught 3 balls for 11 yards. He's a No. 1 fantasy option regardless.
Washington became a major red zone option for Collins earlier in the year, catching TD passes in 3 consecutive games Week 2-4. He had 7 catches for 66 yards against the Jags. Consider him a low end bye week option simply because of his nose for the end zone. He had the most forgettable afternoon ever against the Pats, catching 1 pass for -22 yards.
The rook from Rutgers had 105 yards on 7 catches against the Jags first time around. He's had an impressive rookie campaign thus far, though he didn't catch a pass against the Pats before the bye. He's not much of a fantasy option at this point.