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Kenny Britt WR, TEN – Britt's stock is up in Tennessee. In standard scoring leagues, he has averaged more than ten points per week over the past three, including an eight-catch, 143-yard outburst this past Sunday. Has he finally arrived? The Jets matchup this week doesn't appear to be a great one at first glance, but they were below average against wide receivers in Weeks 10, 11, and 12 and then had a couple of favorable matchups (Arizona and Jacksonville) in Weeks 13 and 14. I get the feeling that the Titans' wide receivers will be able to make some plays against the Jets this weekend, especially since they will likely carry more of the weight, with TE Jared Cook out for the year.
Clay Harbor TE, PHI – Harbor was the No. 2 scoring tight end in week 14, he's got a path to playing time with starter Brent Celek out and he has a favorable matchup against Cincinnati on Thursday. Harbor definitely seems to have a connection with QB Nick Foles, which could be due to a lot of second-team reps the duo shared together earlier in the year.
Bilal Powell RB, NYJ – With double-digit carries in each of his past four games, including 19 last week, Powell's value is up. It's looking like a true time-share with Shonn Greene, who had 20 carries last week, but given the state of the Jets' passing attack, the duo figures to remain busy down the stretch.