PLAY OF THE WEEK
Carson Palmer, Cincinnati vs. New York Jets -- Expect Palmer to pick apart the Jets defense, which ranks 27th against the pass. In five games, he has thrown for 1,491 yards and 12 touchdowns to go with eight interceptions.
OTHER SOLID OPTIONS -- Tony Romo, Dallas; Drew Brees, New Or leans; Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay.
STARTING NOD -- Reggie Bush, New Orleans vs. Atlanta: Bush accounted for 141 total yards last week and has caught at least six passes in each of the past four games.
OTHER SOLID OPTIONS -- Brian Westbrook, Philadelphia; Brandon Jacobs, New York Giants; Willie Par ker, Pittsburgh.
STARTING NOD -- Plaxico Burress, New York Giants vs. San Francisco: Burress has made the most of his 30 catches by scoring eight touchdowns, with at least one coming in each game.
NOT THIS WEEK -- Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh; Javon Walker, Denver; Calvin Johnson, Detroit.
STARTING NOD -- Chris Cooley, Washington vs. Arizona: The Red skins' most consistent pass catcher has touchdowns in four straight games.
STARTING NOD -- Nick Folk, Dallas vs. Minnesota: Folk (12-for-13 on field-goal attempts) has made at least two field goals in four of the Cow boys' six games this season.
STARTING NOD -- New England at Miami: The Patriots, who have forced 12 turnovers and recorded 16 sacks in their 6-0 start, will shut down Dol phins running back Ronnie Brown and spend the rest of the game track ing down quarterback Cleo Lemon.
Last week's tab
Play of the week -- T.J. Housh mandzadeh, Cincinnati: eight catch es, 145 yards, two touchdowns.
Quarterback -- Kurt Warner, Ari zona: 2-for-2, 21 yards (injured elbow).
Running back -- Willis McGahee, Ravens: 25 carries, 61 yards, one touchdown, four catches, 9 yards.
Wide receiver -- Randy Moss, New England: six catches, 59 yards, one touchdown.
Tight end -- Jason Witten, Dallas: three catches, 47 yards.
Kicker -- Nate Kaeding, San Diego: four extra points.
Defense -- Ravens: five intercep tions, one fumble, four sacks.