With Blaine Gabbert out because of a hand injury, Henne takes over as the starter. My bet is he never gives the job back.
We've seen this script before. Jacksonville has terrible offense. MJD doesn't show up in a game or two early. MJD figures it out and has a great year. Don't worry about him.
With Chad Henne at the helm this week, Shorts will look like the big-play guy he was a season ago.
The complete ineptitude of the Jaguars offense kept Scobee on the sidelines all game last week. He'll finally get out there against the Raiders.
I'm not buying into the Raiders because of one good game. If you have a high risk appetite, consider the Jaguars a potential stream play this week.
I mean, we all knew Pryor would be the leading rusher in the NFL after the first week of the season, right? He's easily the best option they have right now, but don't expect them to all of a sudden have this dynamic offense. They're still the Raiders.
McFadden had just 48 yards on 17 carries and caught three passes for 18 yards. He remains a flex option, but the lack of burst from last year appears to have carried over to 2013.
Moore caught five of the seven passes thrown his way for 43 yards and a touchdown. There could be a nice budding relationship here between him and Terrelle Pryor.
Streater led the team with eight targets, five catches and 70 yards last week. With Terrelle Pryor potentially bringing a whiff of legitimacy to the offense, Streater could be worth grabbing in deeper leagues.
Janikowski surprisingly missed a 48-yard field goal attempt last week, but connected from 38 yards. I think he'll have one of the better kicking games this week, but don't like him for the rest of the season.
The Raiders sacked Andrew Luck four times, but failed to produce any takeaways. Chad Henne isn't Andrew Luck, but you still don't want to start the Raiders defense.
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