Matt Schaub destroys Jaguars secondary for huge fantasy day

Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

Matt Schaub could not be stopped in Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications.

Matt Schaub completed a franchise record 43 passes in Week 11 against the Jaguars, finishing with 527 yards and five touchdown on the afternoon. He tied Warren Moon for the second-most passing yards in a single game in NFL history.

Jacksonville found plenty of success on offense as well, so Schaub was forced to air it out all afternoon.

Fantasy Impact: If you started Schaub this week, congratulations. He'll likely never have another performance like this, considering he's typically a pretty average fantasy play.

Arian Foster only averaged 2.8 yards per carry, leaving Schaub with the responsibility of keeping the Texans in the game. Schaub will face a much tougher Lions secondary next week, so don't expect outrageous numbers. Of course he is worth picking up, though, if he's still available in your league.

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