Locker completed 11-of-20 passes for 125 yards and generally looked like one of the worst quarterbacks in the league last week. Stay away at all costs.
Johnson had just 70 yards on 25 carries, and wasn't targeted once in the passing game. The worry here is that Jake Locker could undermine the entire offense.
Battle picked up 21 yards and a touchdown on eight carries, but isn't of any consequence in fantasy leagues.
Greene ran for 18 yards on four carries against the Steelers. Until further notice, he won't be getting enough touches to make a fantasy impact.
Britt had just two targets last week, catching one of them for 15 yards. He cannot be considered a viable option this week.
Wright had two receptions for 11 yards last week, and is not a fantasy option unless something drastically changes for the Titans.
The ageless Washington led the Titans with seven targets, and caught four passes for 46 yards. I don't trust anyone in this receiving corps, but if I have to own one, I want Washington.
Walker caught three passes for 40 yards and also put the ball on the ground once, though the Titans recovered. He won't do much against the Texans.
Bironas knocked through all three of his field goal attempts last week, and could be in a similar position going up against a very good defense.
The Titans sacked Ben Roethlisberger five times and forced two turnovers, spurring the upset victory in Pittsburgh. The Texans, however are not the Steelers.
Schaub had a huge fantasy night Week 1, throwing for 346 yards and three touchdowns. The circumstances will be different against Tennessee, but he'll give his owners nearly as big a game.
Ben Tate was a more efficient runner last week, but Foster still had 24 touches, including six catches on eight targets. He'll be the bellcow as long as he's healthy, but coach Gary Kubiak has said he wants a more equal distribution this week.
Tate looked good on Monday night, running for 55 yards on nine carries, but it'll be hard to trust him as a starter with a healthy Arian Foster.
Johnson was a monster on Monday, with 12 receptions for 146 yards. He had 16 targets, something his owners can get used to for the rest of the season.
Hopkins had a nice NFL debut Monday, catching five passes for 66 yards. He could become a fringe starting option as the season progresses, but you shouldn't have to rely on him with your entire roster playing this week.
Daniels had a huge night, catching five passes for 67 yards and two touchdowns and displaying some nifty footwork in picking up yards after the catch. He'll keep it rolling this week.
Bullock made a game-winning field goal from 41 yards out at the gun, but mised a 51-yard attempt earlier in the night. He's a nice option as part of the Houston offense, but they'll be too efficient for him against the Titans.
Houston saved the day for its fantasy owners with the Brian Cushing pick-six in the second half. The Texans won't allow 28 points every week, especially not on Sunday.
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