Fitzpatrick threw for 402 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions last week. He could be the under-the-radar star of the playoffs, as the Jaguars have allowed the third-most points to quarterbacks this season.
Johnson continues to make his mark as a receiver, catching three passes for 51 yards and a touchdown last week. Consider him an RB2.
Wright caught 12 passes for 150 yards last week. He's a PPR machine that you'll want active this week.
Hunter sat out last week after violating team rules. The scofflaw is a WR3/4 this week.
Washington caught seven passes for 92 yards last week, but it's hard to trust him given that he appears to be the third option, at best, behind Kendall Hunter and Delanie Walker.
Walker had eight catches for 53 yards and a score last week. The Jaguars have allowed the third-most fantasy points to tight ends this year.
Bironas went 2-for-3 on field goals last week and is now 20-for-24 on the season.
Tennessee continues to struggle against the run, but could be considered in fantasy leagues given what they can do against Chad Henne.
The Titans have allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks this year, making Henne untouchable, even in two-QB leagues.
Jones-Drew missed last week's game because of a hamstring injury. We'll update his status later in the week. If he cannot start, Jordan Todman will give it a go again.
Sanders had just two catches for 17 yards last week. Meanwhile, the Titans have allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to receivers this year.
Brown had three catches for 20 yards last week and is not a fantasy option.
Scobee made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is 21-for-23 on the season.
The Jags had two takeaways and four sacks last week, but still cannot be considered a safe play in fantasy leagues.
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