Jordan Todman rushed seven times for 14 yards in Jacksonville's Week 14 win over the Texans, adding one catch for a 21-yard touchdown.
Ace Sanders caught three passes for 26 yards in Jacksonville's Week 14 win over the Texans, adding a 21-yard passing touchdown on a trick play.
Sanders also lined up in the backfield on a few snaps, rushing once for no gain. Sanders' touchdown probably should have been picked by Texans S D.J. Swearinger, but Jordan Todman managed to come down with a contested pass that Sanders threw across the entire field. Sanders has started flashing his play-making ability with greater regularity in recent weeks, but the Jags still don't seem entirely certain how to get him the ball. He drew only six targets this evening. He'll be a WR4/5 for PPR purposes in Week 15.
Garrett Graham caught eight passes for 73 yards and a touchdown in Houston's Week 14 loss to the Jaguars.
Graham had little trouble finding seams against a Jaguars defense that's struggled to cover tight ends all season. Graham drew a whopping 14 targets, and could have had 1-2 more catches had he not kept losing his footing. He also committed a drop. Graham doesn't get much separation, but has now caught at least five passes in three of his past four games. He'll remain a mid-range TE1 for the final two weeks of the fantasy playoffs.
Ben Tate rushed 14 times for 53 yards in Houston's Week 14 loss to the Jaguars, adding two catches for three yards.
Just five of Tate's touches came after halftime, as desperate play-caller Gary Kubiak went pass heavy with his team entering the break down 17-7. It was a highly questionable strategy with his quarterbacks struggling and Jacksonville being more susceptible to the run than pass. As for Tate's performance, he wasn't finding many holes, but was finishing his runs with power two weeks after the Jags bottled him up for one yard on seven carries. Tate is shaping up as an inconsistent RB2 for a team that simply has no idea what it's doing on offense. He gets Indy's No. 28 run defense in Week 15.
Andre Johnson caught 13 passes for 154 yards in Houston's Week 14 loss to Jacksonville.
The 13 catches were a season high for Johnson, who tied Jerry Rice for the most 10-catch, 150-yard performances of all time (10). The big night came even as the Texans were compelled to bench Case Keenum for Matt Schaub midway through the third quarter. Johnson drew a mammoth 21 targets, getting open nearly at will for both quarterbacks. Now with 95 catches for 1,277 yards and five touchdowns, Johnson has been a bright spot in an otherwise lost season in Houston. He'll do battle with Indy's Vontae Davis in Week 15.
On in relief of an ineffective Case Keenum in Houston's Week 14 loss to the Jaguars, Matt Schaub completed 17-of-29 passes for 198 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
Schaub provided an immediate spark upon his insertion midway through the third quarter, leading the Texans on a seven-play, 76-yard touchdown drive. It was all downhill after that, however, as Schaub grew increasingly antsy and indecisive. Schaub threw more than one pass across his body, while continually rolling out at the first sign of pressure. He held onto the ball for far too long. It led to some dangerous throws, culminating with what was essentially a game-sealing pick into quadruple coverage with 2:08 remaining. Schaub got one last chance with 0:25 remaining, but took an 18-yard sack. Schaub was better than Keenum — he could at least recognize the blitz — but not by much. The 2-11 Texans could go either way for Week 15 against the Colts.
Chad Henne completed 12-of-27 passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns in Jacksonville's 27-20, Week 14 win over the Texans.
Continually flushed from the pocket, Henne added four scrambles for 33 yards. Although the Jags are unlikely to quibble with Henne throwing two scores in a win, he was mostly dreadful. Henne missed open throws all night, and had a tendency to panic in the pocket. Henne's worst pass came one play after a Case Keenum interception late in the second quarter, where he missed a wide-open Cecil Shorts on what would have been the easiest 59-yard touchdown you will ever see. Henne simply doesn't do anything well, though back-to-back two-score games have him "up" to eight touchdowns on the season. He'll remain one of the league's lowest-end QB2s for Week 15.
Reserve Jaguars S Chris Prosinski was forced from Thursday's game against the Texans with a head injury.
Prosinski is almost certainly concussed, and should be considered week to week.