return to the Bengals in Week�10, after serving an eight-game suspension,
was good news for any fantasy owner in need of a receiver. But his presence in
the Cincinnati lineup threatened the production of the team's other
wideouts--whose touches would Henry take away? After three games it appears the
answer is: no one's. In fact, Henry's presence has been an overall tonic for
the passing game.
talented trio of Henry, Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, defenses don't
know whom to double. While Henry led Bengals receivers with 99 yards his first
game back, in the next he, Johnson and Houshmandzadeh each nabbed eight balls
for 80-plus yards. Then Johnson, who had gone without a TD catch since
Week�2, had three scores against the Titans on Sunday. Also looking sharp,
at long last, is QB Carson Palmer, who had 283 passing yards and the highest
completion percentage of his career (84.2) in that game. The irony? Henry, with
three catches for 41 yards, had the least productive game since his return.
carries will continue to be limited with the team playing from behind while new
QB Clemens figures it out; Laveranues Coles's injury doesn't help.
BACK FROM injury
in Denver, he'll help Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall. But Brandon Stokley, who
has been coming on, will likely see�fewer throws.
THE RATE AT which
the Titans' vet steals carries from LenDale White accelerated after a silly
penalty by White landed him on the bench last week; Brown ended up with more
HIS RISE in K.C.
has been bad news for Tony Gonzalez owners. The tight end has averaged only 41
receiving yards (35 below his norm) in the QB's three starts.