A battle of two under achieving runners will take place tonight in Tennessee with Trent Richardson and Chris Johnson playing a game of I bet I can go lower than you.
Andrew Luck will go to work against a Tennessee defense that has allowed 110 passing tochdowns this season which is tied for third worst in the league. Luck will near 300 yards through the air and pass for two with a possibility of three touchdowns.
Donald Brown has become the lead back in Indy and he'll handle much of the work load with Richardson's struggles. Brown will finish with around 70 combo yards.
I'd talk about Richardson, but why? If you need 20ish yards, go ahead and plug him in.
Look, if you aren't starting TY Hilton, shame on you. He'll produce once again and won't let you down. 100+ yards and at least one touchdown is in the cards for Hilton.
We urged you to drop Darrius Heyward-Bust this past Tuesday and if you didn't, that's your own fault.
Coby Fleener is a decent start this week against a defense that has allowed the tight end position to score in four of nine games.
Adam Vinatieri belongs in your lineup…the DST of the Colts does not.
For the Titans, Ryan Fitzpatrick takes the reins after Jake Locker was lost for the season. Fitzpatrick is underwhelming, but serviceable and should put up around 250 yards and a touchdown.
Charch said it best this week when he talked about Chris Johnson. If you bench him, he will likely put up a monster game and if you play him, you will most likely be disgusted with what you get.
Kendall Wright and Nate Washington will likely put up similar numbers (around 75 yards), but Wright will likely catch the touchdown.
Steer clear of the DST and kicker Rob Bironas.