Fantasy Player Projections

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QBMatt Hasselbeck

Matt Hasselbeck

225 pass yards, pass TD, INT

In just his second start of the season, Hasselbeck threw for 290 yards, one touchdown and one interception against the Steelers in Week 6. The Bills have allowed 13 touchdown passes, making Hasselbeck an intriguing bye-week option.

RBChris Johnson

Chris Johnson

105 rush yards, rush TD, 2 rec, 24 rec yards

On a night when most thought Johnson would be bottled up against the Steelers, he finished with 91 rushing yards and 43 receiving yards in Week 6. The Bills are last in the league in rushing defense, so give Johnson another shot in Week 7.

RBJamie Harper

Jamie Harper

15 rush yards, 1 rec, 5 rec yards

Harper got the call from one yard out after Chris Johnson got stopped just short against the Steelers in Week 6. Harper is not someone to look to yet, but he could begin to get regular carries with Javon Ringer (knee) sidelined.

WRKenny Britt

Kenny Britt

5 rec, 75 yards, rec TD

Britt was targeted 11 times last week, as the Titans finally had confidence he was healthy enough to help the team through the air. Britt caught four passes for 63 yards and a touchdown against the Steelers, and he's a good WR2/3 against the Bills.

WRKendall Wright

Kendall Wright

5 rec, 65 yards

The rookie wide receiver led the Titans in receiving for the third straight game, with six catches for 71 yards on eight targets in Week 6 against Pittsburgh. He leads all rookies with 33 catches for 285 yards, but Kenny Britt's return could slow his progress a bit.

WRNate Washington

Nate Washington

3 rec, 45 yards

Washington caught three passes for 57 yards against the Steelers in Week 6, but with Kendall Wright developing and Kenny Britt healthy, Washington's chances of helping fantasy owners are slim.

TEJared Cook

Jared Cook

5 rec, 55 yards

The Titans' tight end has hovered around four catches for 50 yards in nearly every game this season, with two total touchdowns. The Bills are below average against the pass, so consider Cook a bye-week replacement for Brent Celek, Antonio Gates or Tony Gonzalez.

KRob Bironas

Rob Bironas

2 PATs, 2 FGs

Bironas had his best fantasy day of the season against the Steelers in Week 6, with four field goals and two extra points. He has just two misses on the season, but this offense is too erratic for owners to rely on him every week.


INT, Sack

Outside of a three-touchdown explosion against the Lions in Week 3, the Titans have been a fantasy disappointment. The Bills have a decent offense when their running backs are healthy, as they are now.

QBRyan Fitzpatrick

Ryan Fitzpatrick

220 pass yards, 2 pass TDs, INT, 15 rush yards

Fitzpatrick threw for less than 200 yards for the second week in a row. While he hasn't thrown a touchdown pass since Week 4, the Titans' pass defense is below average, so Fitzpatrick should perform better in Week 7.

RBC.J. Spiller

C.J. Spiller

75 rush yards, rush TD, 3 rec, 35 rec yards

Spiller returned to his elusive self in Week 6, as he rushed 12 times for 88 yards and a touchdown against Arizona. He also caught four balls for 22 yards. The Titans are vulnerable to the rushing game, so Spiller remains a solid start.

RBFred Jackson

Fred Jackson

40 rush yards, 2 rec, 20 rec yards

Jackson finally scored for fantasy owners in Week 6, with 53 rushing yards, 30 receiving yards and a touchdown run against the Cardinals. The Titans are allowing an average of one rushing touchdown per game, but that score may go to Jackson's teammate C.J. Spiller.

WRStevie Johnson

Stevie Johnson

6 rec, 75 yards, 2 rec TDs

While Johnson was held out of the end zone for the third straight week, he did lead the Bills with six grabs for 82 yards against Arizona. The Titans have allowed 13 passing touchdowns, which bodes very well for Johnson in Week 7.

WRDonald Jones

Donald Jones

2 rec, 20 yards

Jones caught just one pass for nine yards against the Cardinals in Week 6. He was targeted four times, but it's apparent that he's not going to be a huge fantasy factor in the coming weeks.

TEScott Chandler

Scott Chandler

4 rec, 35 yards

Chandler was a complete fantasy disappointment in Week 6 against Arizona, catching just one pass for four yards. With the running backs healthy and getting most of the action, Chandler is becoming a second thought.

KRian Lindell

Rian Lindell

3 PATs, FG

Once again, Lindell was offered just one chance to kick a field goal in Week 6, knocking through a 25-yarder. With just three field goals in six weeks, look elsewhere in fantasy play.


INT, 2 Sacks

The Bills gave up just 332 yards and 13 points in Week 6 against the Cardinals, but they recorded two interceptions, five sacks and a safety. The Titans are an improving offense, but they are erratic, making the Bills a risk-reward bye-week option in Week 7.
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