The Tennessee Titans host the New York Jets on Monday Night Football. This probably isn't the marquee matchup ESPN was thinking of when they set the schedule, but there are still some interesting fantasy matchups here that may decide playoff games. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.
New York Jets
The Jets are somehow still in the playoff picture in spite of themselves. It sure hasn't been the sterling play of Mark Sanchez, who at this point is just the gatekeeper for Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell. Both guys are hardly inspiring fantasy plays on their own, but Greene could rip off some big runs against Tennessee's woeful defense, and Powell is the main redzone guy and touchdown vulture. You could do worse at the flex position.
As usual, none of the Jets' receivers are reliable fantasy plays.
Jake Locker has really struggled since coming back from a dislocated shoulder, throwing seven interceptions in the last three games. The silver lining for fantasy owners is that he's finding Kenny Britt. Britt had eight catches for 143 yards last week, but his knee is still not 100% and he's going up against Antonio Cromartie. Start him at your own risk.
Chris Johnson is having a renaissance season and now gets his shot at the Jets' 29th ranked rush defense. He'll be a solid RB2 play in most fantasy leagues.