The Texans are expecting Andre Johnson to pass concussions tests and play this week. If he's out, you can't start Schaub.
Once again, Foster dominated the touches out of the backfield. He made them count last week, totaling 85 yards and a touchdown.
Tate looked great yet again, running for 93 yards on just nine carries. Despite his slim role, he's starting to look like a borderline flex play.
Hopkins went off last week, catching seven passes for 117 yards and a score. He came up huge in overtime with Andre Johnson on the bench. I'd start him if Johnson is out this week.
Keep an eye on Johnson's practice schedule this week. After suffering a concussion against the Titans, Houston likely won't make a decision on his availability until the end of the week.
Daniels only caught two passes, though one of them went for a touchdown. He may be able to find the same success Julius Thomas did against the Ravens Week 1.
I expect Texans-Ravens to be a tightly played game, and that's usually a good thing for kickers. It will be for Bullock.
In what seemed like a cushy matchup with the Titans, the Texans didn't force any turnovers and gave up 24 points. I'd still run them out there against Baltimore.
The losses of Anquan Boldin and Dennis Pitta are really showing up for Flacco. He cannot be considered a starter.
Rice is expected to play after suffering a hip injury last week, but it remains to be seen how effective he will be.
Pierce had a really nice showing once Ray Rice left last week's game with a hip injury. With Rice likely to be dealing with its effects this week, Pierce is a sneaky play.
Even though the passing offense around him is worse than last year, fewer mouths to feed means great things for Smith's fantasy owners. I've got him inside the top-20 receivers for the rest of the year.
Brown caught four passees for 45 yards and a TD in his first career start. He'll be nice to have around once the bye weeks begin.
My suspicions are confirmed. Clark's targets Week 1 were totally driven by game situation. He is not a fantasy option.
As far as a fantasy kicker goes, Tucker was essentially shut out last week. I think he'll make up for that in a big way against Houston.
Baltimore bounced back last week, albeit against an anemic Cleveland offense. Use the D as you normally would this week.
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