I think you're going to have to make some high-risk, high-reward plays if you're going to steal this one. Yep, your opponent is loaded. But let's not let that stop you from getting the right lineup out there in case he just happens to have one of those mediocre days.
QB - Schaub is facing DEN, not TEN. Big difference. The Denver defense is just plain bad, and if Andre Johnson plays, I like Schaub over Kitna.
RB - first thing is check your injury reports. MJD missed practice again today, and may not go on Sunday. You should pick up Rashad Jennings off the wire. You cannot bench Jamaal Charles, period. If MJD doesn't play, Jennings will get a decent workload....but it might make your decision easier, letting you run with Charles, BJGE, Blount and McCoy.
WR - here's your risk/reward play. Consider starting Stevie J over McCoy. Seattle is awful against RB's, and Blount at home has the chance for a big game. Meantime, you want NE to score, and score a lot, forcing BUF to throw against a pretty suspect Pats secondary. If Matt Flynn can do what he did, Fitzpatrick should be able to as well, with Stevie getting a lot of the benefit....but he won't in a low scoring game. You may be chasing points with McCoy that are getting split between him, Vick, DJax and Maclin. Could be that McCoy gets the biggest share of them....but could be that he doesn't, too.
TE - agree that Hernandez is the gamble. But I like Boss here. If GB has a weakness in pass defense, it's defending the TE, and I think the Giants try to exploit it.
Good luck to you, and congrats on making your title game!