Mon Nov 18 9:11am ET
By JEFF PAUR
Sr Fantasy Writer
Prescott produces big again
It was a bit of an uneven week of scoring once again in the NFL. There were some high scoring and low scoring teams around the league. Six teams had 30-plus points but six teams had 10 or fewer points. It was kind of a go big or go home week for fantasy teams.
There were two 400-yard passers and five other quarterbacks hit the 300-yard mark. So passing games enjoyed much success in Week 11. There also were seven quarterbacks that had three or more passing touchdowns. The quarterback position saw plenty of success.
Running backs didn’t have near the success. We had just four 100-yard rushers and the high rushing total of the week was 116 from Colts backup running back Jonathan Williams. In fact, two of the 100-yard rushers were backup running backs, meaning next to no fantasy teams used them. It was a disappointing showing from the running back position in Week 11.
The receiver spot was a little more successful than the running back spot because of all the success in the passing games. We had 12 players hit the 100-yard receiving mark. There were just five players that had multiple receiving touchdowns, though, so receivers had more success getting yards than finding the end zone.
So here is to hoping you were on the right side of things in Week 11, taking advantage of some of those big passing numbers.
Browns 21, Steelers 7
Fantasy Stud: Baker Mayfield. Mayfield didn’t threw for 200 yards but scored three touchdowns, making for one of his best fantasy performances of the season. He was 17-of-32 for 193 yards and two touchdowns without a turnover. He also ran once for a one-yard touchdown. This was his first three-touchdown game of the season. Hopefully, this game gets him going for the rest of the season. We’ll see.
Fantasy Dud: Mason Rudolph. Rudolph was a disaster in this game. He was 23-of-44 for 221 yards and a touchdown with four interceptions. He was under siege much of the game, though, getting little time to throw. This was his first multiple interception game of the season. Rudolph is a tough fantasy player to trust. His fantasy numbers have been pretty mediocre much of the year.
Game Notes: James Conner and Juju Smith-Schuster both were injured in the game. Conner re-injured his shoulder and Smith-Schuster suffered a concussion. Both were injured early and be out for some time. Keep an eye on the player notes for the latest.
Kareem Hunt continues to be a big part of the passing game. He ran six times for just 12 yards but had six receptions for 46 yards. Hunt has 13 receptions in two games for the Browns this year.
Cowboys 35, Lions 27
Fantasy Stud: Dak Prescott. Prescott had another one of his huge games, picking apart the Lions defense. He was 29-of-46 for 444 yards and three touchdowns without a turnover. Prescott has three straight three-touchdown games. He also has three 400-yard games this year. He is having his best fantasy season to date and performing like a top-five fantasy quarterback. Enjoy the rid.
Fantasy Dud: Kenny Golladay. Golladay had a rare down game, catching just a pass for 34 yards. It wasn’t a huge surprise, though, with Jeff Driskel starting at quarterback again for the Lions. He was targeted five times but connected on just one of those targets. Golladay has produced some down showings, having were than 40 yards three times. He could have more erratic play going forward with Driskel starting.
Game Notes: Ezekiel Elliott didn’t produce much yardage but found the end zone two times. He ran 16 times for 45 yards and a touchdown. He also caught two passes for 28 yards and a score. This was his first multiple touchdown game of the season.
Randall Cobb hit the 100-yard mark for the second straight game. He had four receptions for 115 yards and a score. Cobb has 16 receptions his last three games.
Colts 33, Jaguars 13
Fantasy Stud: D.J. Chark. Chark got back to his big ways, having a nice rapport with Nick Foles. Chark had eight receptions for 104 yards and two touchdowns. This was his third 100-yard game of the year and second time with multiple scores. Chark is having a big rookie season and should continue to see plenty of targets with Foles as his quarterback. He had a season-high 15 targets.
Fantasy Dud: Leonard Fournette. Fournette had a disappointing performance. If not for several receptions, his fantasy game would have been awful. He ran eight times for just 23 yards and caught seven passes for 34 yards. His fantasy point total was the second lowest of his season, scoring just fewer than 13 points.
Game Notes: Marlon Mack was having a big game but had to exit early because he suffered a fractured hand. He ran 14 times for 109 yards and a touchdown before the injury. Jonathan Williams hit the 100-yard mark in relief of Mack. He ran 13 times for 116 yards and could keep starting going forward with Mack injured.
Nick Foles played pretty well in his return to the starting lineup, going 33-of-47 for 296 yards and two touchdowns with an interception. Folks has missed on just 27 passes in two games, going 38-of-55.
Bills 37, Dolphins 20
Fantasy Stud: John Brown. Brown continued his best season, catching nine passes for 137 yards and two touchdowns. This was his first multiple touchdown game of the season but second time with 100-plus yards. He has at least four receptions every game. He also has more than 50 yards every game. He has been super consistent all year as the top pass catcher in this offense.
Fantasy Dud: Devin Singletary. Singletary is getting most of the work at running back these days for the Bills but is fantasy production hasn’t been great in recent weeks. He had 15 carries for 75 yards, averaging five yards per carry. Those are solid numbers but he didn’t score and caught just a pass. It wasn’t a good showing at all for his fantasy owners. Singletary has fewer than 10 fantasy points two straight games.
Game Notes: DeVante Parker continues to lead the way at receiver for the Dolphins. He had seven receptions for 135 yards. This was his first 100-yard game of the season. He has at least 55 yards five straight games.
Josh Allen found the end zone four times. He was 21-of-33 for 256 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. He also ran seven times for 56 yards and a score. Allen has multiple touchdowns five of six games.
Vikings 27, Broncos 23
Fantasy Stud: Stefon Diggs. Diggs had one of his big games in this one. He had five receptions for 121 yards and a touchdown. This was his fifth 100-yard game of the season. Diggs had fewer than 50 yards his last two games, so this performance was a welcome sight for his fantasy owners. Diggs has been erratic but his high ceiling makes him a must weekly start. Diggs is just 20 yards shy of 900 yards for the season.
Fantasy Dud: Phillip Lindsay. Lindsay had a pretty mediocre game, rushing 16 times for 67 yards. He also caught just two passes for eight yards. Lindsay had fewer than 10 fantasy points, which was just the third time this year that happened to Lindsay. His numbers have been pretty average much of the year, though. He has just one 100-yard game and just over 800 total yards.
Game Notes: Kirk Cousins had another three-touchdown game. He was 29-of-35 for 319 yards and three touchdowns. Cousins has three-touchdown games four of six games.
Courtland Sutton had his second 100-yard game of the season. He had five receptions for 113 yards. He has at least four receptions all but a game. Sutton has 70-plus yards five of six games.
Saints 34, Bucs 17
Fantasy Stud: Michael Thomas. Thomas continued his huge season, catching eight passes for 114 yards and a touchdown. Thomas has 100-yard games four straight and six total for the season. He already has 94 receptions and over 1,100 yards with six games to go. Thomas is having an unbelievable season, putting himself in position to finish first overall in fantasy receiver scoring.
Fantasy Dud: Ronald Jones. Jones was a bust after a couple productive games. He ran just four times for 13 yards and caught two passes for a yard. Jones had 16-plus fantasy points each of his last two games but just over three in this game. Jones proved he can’t be totally trusted by fantasy teams just yet. He has been all over the map much of the year in the Bucs pass-first offense.
Game Notes: Cameron Brate led the way for the Bucs, catching 10 passes for 73 yards. He got a workout, having 14 targets in the game. It was a little surprising being the huge workload for Brate, who didn’t have more than six targets in a game all year.
Drew Brees was 28-of-35 for 228 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. Brees has three-touchdown games two of three.
Jets 34, Redskins 17
Fantasy Stud: Sam Darnold. Darnold had his best game of the season, going 19-of-30 for 293 yards and four touchdowns with an interception. He had just fewer than 30 fantasy points, carrying many of the fantasy teams that started him this week to a victory. Darnold remains a hard fantasy player to trust but this performance shows he is capable of the big game on occasion. He might be worth using in the right matchup.
Fantasy Dud: Adrian Peterson. Peterson did start and had the most carries for the Redskins, but didn’t produce well at all. He ran nine times for 25 yards and caught two passes for five yards. With Derrius Guice back, Peterson is going to be very hard to trust for fantasy teams. Peterson should see his workload decrease in the coming weeks.
Game Notes: Ryan Griffin had five receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown. Griffin has become the go-to target at tight end, having at least four receptions three of four games.
Jamison Crowder had five receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown. Crowder had at least five receptions three straight games and scores all of those games.
Falcons 29, Panthers 3
Fantasy Stud: Christian McCaffrey. McCaffrey had his usual monster game. He was held out of the end zone for once, but that didn’t matter for his fantasy production. He ran 14 times for 70 yards and caught 11 passes for 121 yards. McCaffrey topped 30 fantasy points for the fifth time this season. He is having just a huge season, having more than 1,500 total yards with six games to play.
Fantasy Dud: Brian Hill. Hill was supposed to be a solid fantasy fill in for fantasy teams, getting the chance to start for the Falcons with Devonta Freeman out of the lineup. Hill got his chances to run the ball but did little with those and also wasn’t a factor in the passing game. He had 15 carries for just 30 yard and a catch for eight yards. You expected a little better from Hill, especially in the passing game.
Game Notes: Kyle Allen really struggled, turning the ball over four times. He was 31-of-50 for 325 yards without a touchdown and four interceptions. Allen has multiple interceptions two of four games.
Calvin Ridley had eight receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown, leading the way at receiver for the Falcons. This was his second 100-yard game of the season. He does have at least three receptions all but a game.
Ravens 41, Texans 7
Fantasy Stud: Lamar Jackson. Jackson had another big game, doing through the air and on the ground. He was 17-of-24 for 222 yards and four touchdowns without a turnover. He also ran nine times for 86 yards. Jackson has three straight games with 30-plus fantasy points. He has three straight three-touchdown games. Jackson is having a monster fantasy season and is making a strong case for top fantasy quarterback this year.
Fantasy Dud: Deshaun Watson. Watson had a rare poor performance for all his fantasy owners. He failed to score a touchdown and didn't even throw for 200 yards. It was a really surprising showing from Watson. He was 18-of-29 for 169 yard with an interception and lost fumble. Watson had a touchdown every game this season before this showing. You just expect better from the star quarterback.
Game Notes: Mark Ingram had two receiving touchdowns. He ran 13 times for 48 yards, and caught three passes for 37 yards and two scores. Ingram has 10 touchdowns for the season.
Gus Edwards hit the 100-yard mark despite having just eight carries. He ran eight times for 112 yards and a touchdown. He has scores two of three games.
49ers, 36, Cardinals 26
Fantasy Stud: Jimmy Garoppolo. Garoppolo carried the offense with the 49ers being unable to run the ball. He was 34-of-45 for 424 yards and four touchdowns with two interceptions. Garoppolo has four-touchdown games two of three games. He is producing better with the 49ers having to pass the ball a little more. He has 248 or more passing yards three straight games and at least 37 pass attempts each of those games. He is trending up for fantasy teams.
Fantasy Dud: Tevin Coleman. Coleman couldn’t do anything on the ground and wasn’t much better as a receiver. He had 12 carries for only 14 yards. Coleman also had three receptions for 48 yards. His receiving performance was the only thing that saved his fantasy performance. Coleman had fewer than 10 fantasy points, giving him fewer than 10 fantasy points two of three games.
Game Notes: Deebo Samuel continues to emerge as the No. 1 receiver for the 49ers. He had eight receptions for 134 yards. Samuel has two straight 100-yard games and 16 receptions those two games.
Kyle Murray had a good performance against a solid 49ers defense. He found the end zone three times. He was 24-of-33 for 150 yards and two touchdowns without an interception. He also ran eight times for 67 yards and a touchdown. Murray has consecutive three-touchdown games and three total for the season.
Raiders 17, Bengals 10
Fantasy Stud: Joe Mixon. There was not much offense in this game, so Mixon gets the nod for “stud” honors. He had 15 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown. He also caught a pass for 17 yards, giving him 103 total yards and a score. Mixon has played his best football of the season lately, topping 100 total yards two straight games.
Fantasy Dud: Tyler Boyd. Body was a big disappointment in what seemed a favorable matchup for him. He had just a catch for no gain. He had three straight games with at least 55 yards and topped that mark all but two games until this dud of a game. Boyd is going to be hard to trust going forward as long as Ryan Finley is starting for the Bengals.
Game Notes: Josh Jacobs hit the 100-yard rushing mark for the fourth time this season. He ran 23 times for 112 yards and caught three passes for 12 yards. Jacobs is just 77 yards shy of a 1,000-rushing yards season.
Ryan Finley had his struggles again as the starter for the Bengals, going 13-of-31 for 115 yards with an interception and lost fumble. Finley has failed to throw for 200 yards in two starts and has four turnovers to just one score.
Patriots 17, Eagles 10
Fantasy Stud: Julian Edelman. Edelman did a little bit of everything. He had five receptions for 53 yards and threw a touchdown pass, connecting on a 15-yard score to Phillip Dorsett. Edelman topped 15 fantasy points, giving him at least 13 fantasy points six straight games. His season hasn’t been off the charts but very consistent for all his fantasy owners. He just gets it done on a weekly basis.
Fantasy Dud: Tom Brady. Brady was held without a touchdown, leading to a very disappointing performance for all his fantasy owners. He was 26-of-47 for 216 yards without a touchdown or an interception. This was his second time this season failing to score a touchdown. Brady has one or no scores four of five games. He has been a fantasy disappointment much of the year. The yardage numbers are fine but he isn’t finding the end zone a whole lot or producing the monster games of past years.
Game Notes: Zach Ertz had nine receptions for 94 yards. He has nine receptions each of his last two games, getting more work because the Eagles are so banged up at receiver right now.
Miles Sanders did get most of the carries at running back with Jordan Howard out, but wasn’t much of a fantasy help. He ran 11 times for 38 yards and caught two passes for nine yards. Boston Scott was the top backup and ran seven times for 26 yards.
Rams 17, Bears 7
Fantasy Stud: Todd Gurley. Gurley was finally leaned on a little more, getting 25 carries for 97 yards and a touchdown. He also had three catches for 36 yards, giving him 133 total yards in the game. His carries and total yardage numbers were season highs for Gurley. He could be getting a bigger workload down the stretch, especially with the Rams passing game struggling.
Fantasy Dud: Allen Robinson. You knew Robinson had a tough matchup with Jalen Ramsey, but still expected some production from him. That didn’t happen. Robinson was shutdown, catching four passes for 15 yards. His fantasy point total was his second lowest of the season. Robinson has been very good all year despite erratic quarterback play, but could have some up and down play going forward if the Bears keep struggling offensively.
Game Notes: Mitchell Trubisky had his struggles again and was even sent to the bench very late in the game. He was 24-of-43 for 190 yards and a touchdown with an interception. Chase Daniel played in relief and was 1-of-4 for nine yards. It will be interesting to see if the Bears stick with Trubisky as their starter.
Tarik Cohen scored a touchdown for the second straight game. He had nine carries for 39 yards, and five receptions for 35 yards and a score. Cohen had double-digit fantasy points four of six games.
Jeff Paur is a two-time finalist for FSWA Fantasy Football Writer of the Year and won the FSWA award for Best Fantasy Football Article on the Web in 2011. He also was the most accurate expert in 2012, winning the FSTA Fantasy Football Accuracy Award. If you have any questions for Jeff, email him at email@example.com. Follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffpaur.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner (shoulder) is expected to play against Buffalo on Sunday night. Conner has been dealing with the injury for a while now, but his return is good news for a team that will be without JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Vance McDonald (concussion). With the 24-year-old back in the lineup, Jaylen Samuels should remain semi-relevant catching passes out of the backfield, while Benny Snell Jr. will likely be relegated to a few carries as the No. 2. All three backs are risky options, however, against a tough Bills Defense in Week 15 as the Steelers look to remain in the playoff picture.
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (hamstring) will play on Sunday in a crucial matchup against the Texans. Henry has been dealing with the injury over the last several weeks but has been able to play, so his status for Week 15 isn't a huge surprise. The 25-year-old has been on a roll as of late, compiling nine touchdowns over the last five games, while also rushing for at least 149 yards in three of his previous four outings. Even with the lingering effects of the ailment, he is a must-start across the board in Week 15.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) won't play against the Bills on Sunday night. Schuster practiced in full on Wednesday, but after aggravating the injury on Thursday, he will now miss another one as the Steelers look to remain playoff relevant. In his absence, Diontae Johnson will likely get the most catches for those in PPR formats, with James Washingtonserving as the biggest threat on deep routes in Week 15.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Taylor Gabriel (concussion) will be out again and will not play against the Packers in Week 15. Gabriel has already missed a few games, and after making not practicing during the week, it will be Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller serving as the primary receivers for Mitch Trubisky as the Bears look to remain in the playoff picture.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) will not play on Sunday in a critical matchup against the Texans. This will be Humphries second-straight absence, and while he does have the potential to have the occasional effective performance, this isn't a huge fantasy loss as he is likely listed as a free agent in most leagues anyway. Nonetheless, it should be business as usual for the Titans in Week 15, with Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown, and Corey Davis getting the bulk of the opportunities on the offensive side of the ball.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (ankle) will not play against New England in Week 15. Green has yet to play this season after sustaining an ankle injury during training camp, and while the veteran hopes to suit up at some point over the final two games, it is also realistic to assume that he may not play at all in 2019. With Auden Tate (knee) recently landing on injured reserve, look for Tyler Boyd and John Ross to serve as the primary wideouts for Andy Dalton on Sunday against a tough Patriots Defense.
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen (concussion) will not play against the Seahawks. Olsen did practice, albeit in a limited fashion, during the week, but is still not ready to make his return. With Carolina having already been eliminated from playoff contention, it is possible that the 36-year-old may not return this season, making Ian Thomas, who caught five of his 10 targets for 57 yards and a score against the Falcons in Week 14, a suitable streaming option on Sunday.
New York Giants tight end Evan Engram (foot) will not play against the Dolphins. Engram was able to practice in a limited capacity during the week, but with the team having virtually nothing to play for, it is realistic to assume that he may not return this year. With the team also down No. 2 Rhett Ellison (concussion), rookie Kaden Smith, who had two catches (five targets) for nine yards against the Eagles in Week 14, should draw the start. For fantasy managers in deeper formats, Smith does have streaming potential in Week 15, but only for those willing to take a chance.
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (ankle) will not play against Miami in Week 15. Jones was able to practice in a limited fashion during the week, but the team will take it slow as he works his way back from the high ankle sprain that he suffered during the matchup against the Packers a few weeks back. In his place, Eli Manning, who threw two touchdowns, while completing 50 percent of his passes during the overtime loss to the Eagles, will get the start against the Dolphins, with the potential for a solid outing against one of the worst defensive units in the league being a realistic possibility.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (back) will sit out once again and will not play on Sunday against Tampa Bay. Stafford is progressing, but still doesn't feel well enough to play, with the potential for a return this season unlikely, albeit still possible. Nonetheless, David Blough, who has thrown three touchdowns and three picks this season, will get another start against a weak Buccaneers Defense. For those in need of a quarterback in Week 15, the rookie does have upside, but also an equally low downside.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister has been a revelation this season, but he's come back to Earth recently. He'll be facing another uphill battle this weekend when Seattle visits Carolina, one of the stingiest defenses in the game versus opposing tight ends. Hollister has been held without a TD for three straight weeks, and he hasn't cracked 50 yards receiving during the stretch either. Meanwhile, the Panthers have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends this season, and they haven't allowed a tight end touchdown in nearly a month. Hollister is still a talented receiver, but other teams have caught on to some of his moves and he'll be in for another challenge in Week 15.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has cranked it up recently, and he'll look to continue his stellar ways in the cool, crisp air of Charlotte on Sunday. Myers hasn't missed a field goal in over a month, he's been better on the road than in his wet and windy home stadium, and he'll be facing a Carolina team that does an excellent job of locking down opposing offenses only after they've gotten in field goal range. Carolina has allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing kickers this year, and it should be a perfect day for booting the ball on Sunday. If there was ever a day to roll the dice on Myers, this is probably going to be the day.
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is set to face a Carolina Panthers Defense that has been plagued by the run all year. Carolina is the most generous run defense in the game for opposing running backs, and Carson will now shoulder nearly the entire load since Rashaad Penny has been lost for the season with a torn ACL. With Seattle's defense being beat up and their wide receivers still recovering from a flu epidemic that spread through the locker room, it's a perfect situation for Carson. Owners should be confident starting him, and he could be looking at a huge week.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf stepped into the primary role quite well while Tyler Lockett was banged up and ill, and he'll look to continue that growth this weekend as he faces a Carolina squad that has allowed the third-most yards to opposing wide receivers this year. The Panthers have proven quite adept at limiting touchdowns, but their bendy secondary has allowed some big weeks on the outside. Expect Metcalf to push the field and look for the home run ball, and his improved catching should keep him on the scoreboard even if he can't land the big one.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a rough game last week against the improved Rams Defense as he was held to zero touchdown passes for the first time in a year. Now he'll face off against another strong defense in Carolina. Though Wilson has usually found a way to have success against the Panthers, they always present a solid defense and make the games close. Wilson has won three of their last four matchups, but the games have only been decided by more than four points once. Wilson will have his full complement of receivers, and hopefully Tyler Lockett will finally be fully healthy and ready to resume his role as Wilson's favorite target.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (flu) was officially ruled out of Sunday's game on Saturday afternoon, and the Seahawks Defense is starting to look a little thin. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) was ruled out for the second week in a row, defensive end Ziggy Ansah is questionable with a neck injury, and cornerback Shaquill Griffin, one of the team's breakout stars, is questionable with a hamstring injury of his own. The good news is that the Seahawks defense will be facing a rookie quarterback that has thrown 12 interceptions this season, but they'll also be facing Christian McCaffrey, an MVP finalist. It's not a great week to bet on the Seahawks defense.
Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley is back in sunny southern California for Sunday's game against the Vikings, and he's been on a bit of a hot streak. Badgley isn't known for his power, but his accuracy has returned after a shaky start. Badgley is 10-for-12 from less than 50 yards over the last five weeks, pushing his season stats up closer to his career numbers now that he's healthy. Badgley's groin injury put him behind when he returned to the team, but the further he gets away from the issue, the better he's getting. He should be considered a highly accurate kicker from here on out.
Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James will get his first opportunity to face former teammate and friend Dalvin Cook when LA squares off against the Vikings on Sunday. James has faced Cook plenty of times in practice, but this will be the first game against one of the NFL's leading rushers. To go along with Cook, Pro Bowl wide receiver Adam Thielen will be returning to the field, and Kirk Cousins will be working on padding his resume as he's looking like one of the top passers in the league. The Chargers Defense has been better lately, but this matchup looks like a beastly one for the squad. Owners are probably able to make a better choice with a different one this week.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams is carrying quite the streak, and he'll be looking to add to it with another deep pass on Sunday. Williams has a reception of 40 or more yards in six straight games, though amazingly, only one of those bombs has turned into a touchdown. The third-year wideout is at 841 yards receiving, but it wasn't until last week's blowout against Jacksonville that he recorded his first score of the season. Facing off against a stingy Minnesota secondary, Williams will be hard-pressed to find an opening for another big play, but owners can bet he'll be trying and Rivers will give him a chance.
Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry has put up 60 or more receiving yards or a touchdown in seven of his nine games this season, and he'll get another opportunity on Sunday when he faces a Minnesota defense that is surprisingly soft against opposing tight ends. Though the Vikings are above average in just about every defensive category, opposing tight ends have been particularly successful in the fat part of the field. Minnesota has allowed the 10th-most yards to opposing tight ends this season, but they have done a good job of clamping down once they get close to the end zone. Expect Henry to get some opportunities, and he'll probably be able to keep his good games going with some decent numbers.