240 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 1 INTSchaub is projected to fall short of his league-leading 4,770 passing yards this season by about 600 yards, but he is still putting up solid numbers. His touchdown totals are still lower than expected, but Schaub should be considered a low-end starter.
4 rec, 50 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 70 rush yards, 1 rush TDFoster is arguably the best player in fantasy football, and has now gone four straight games with a touchdown. He faces a very good Jets defensive front this week, but has achieved must-start status regardless.
4 rec, 90 yards, 1 TDLast Sunday's game was Johnson's fourth over 100 yards receiving this season. He still does not receive as many looks in the end zone as one would like, but there is still no reason to remove him from your starting lineup.
4 rec, 60 yardsPrior to Walter's six-catch, 90-yard performance last week, he had been held without a catch for three straight games. He could see more targets with Jacoby Jones taking on more special teams duties, but the Jets are a poor matchup.
3 rec, 30 yardsWith Owen Daniels (hamstring) expected to sit this week, Dreesen should step up as the Texans' top tight end. He has solid sleeper potential in an offensive scheme that has always relied heavily on the tight end.
3 PATs, 1 FGAn efficient Texans' offense has held Rackers to just 16 field-goal attempts this season. This week may be a case of a tough defensive matchup helping a kicker if the Jets can hold the Texans out of the end zone near the goal line.
2 sacks, 1 FumbleThe Texans' 31st-ranked defense is impossible to recommend in any week, even against an inconsistent Jets offense.
250 pass yards, 3 pass TDSanchez has had some up-and-down performances, but has the weapons to put up big numbers, especially against the league's worst pass defense. Unless you have an elite fantasy QB already, Sanchez definitely deserves consideration this week.
5 rec, 40 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 55 rush yardsTomlinson has been slumping lately, and the Jets coaching staff should split the carries between him and Shonn Greene more evenly from now on. Tomlinson still warrants flex consideration, especially in PPR leagues.
2 rec, 10 rec yards, 45 rush yards, 1 rush TDGreene had 20 carries for 72 yards last week, topping LaDainian Tomlinson's 57 yards on 18 carries. Expect the carries to be split almost 50-50 going forward, making neither back not much better than flex plays most weeks.
3 rec, 70 yards, 1 TDEdwards' 59-yard performance against his former team was a little disappointing considering the talking he did during the game. His prospects look better against the league's worst pass defense.
4 rec, 65 yards, 1 TDHolmes' numbers have been inflated the last the two weeks by long catches after regulation. Still, it is clear he has become fully acclimated to the Jets offense. He is a solid play against a Swiss-cheese Texans' secondary.
3 rec, 50 yardsKeller caught 19 passes for five touchdowns in his first four games of the season. Since, he has yet to find the end zone on 14 receptions. He still sees plenty of targets, but should not be considered a must-start.
4 PATs, 1 FGFolk went just 2-for-5 on field goal attempts last week. He has been otherwise consistent however, so don't sell him just yet. Folk's 24 attempts rank third in the league.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThe Jets have been consistently solid throughout the season, but will face one of their toughest tests against Houston. While normally an easy starting decision, there may better options available this week.
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