McNabb failed to throw a TD pass for the second time in his last three games, but he still led the Eagles to a 27-14 win over Atlanta as he threw for 253 yards and even ran for his first TD of the season. He was helped by the return of RB Brian Westbrook and WR Kevin Curtis as the Eagles have all of their offensive weapons in place. The Seahawks rank 30th in the NFL against the pass, so look for McNabb to have a big game this Sunday in Seattle.
Westbrook bounced back from his rib injury and dominated the Falcons last week, finishing with 209 all-purpose yards and two TDs. He rushed 22 times for 167 yards and two TDs, and added six receptions for 42 yards. He's healthy enough to go again this week and should dominate the Seahawks as well, since they rank 22nd in the NFL against the run.
Buckhalter has no fantasy value when Brian Westbrook is healthy and last week he was limited to 0 yards on four carries, while adding 29 yards on two receptions. Keep him on the bench this week as Westy is good to go once again.
Jackson failed to score a touchdown for the third straight week, although he did finish with three catches last week for 72 yards. McNabb certainly did his best to get Jackson involved last week as he threw to him nine times. Jackson remains the No. 1 wideout in this offense and he will post better numbers this week.
Curtis saw his first game action of the season last week after missing the first seven games with a groin injury and he finished with three catches for 45 yards. He saw plenty of action and should continue to be more involved with each upcoming game. It's safe to start him this week as his numbers should improve against a very weak Seahawks' pass defense.
Brown was inactive last week with a groin injury and is questionable this week as well. If he can't go, Hank Baskett becomes the No. 3 wideout. Stay away from both wideouts this week as Curtis will pick up the slack just fine.
Wallace will likely get his third straight start at QB as Matt Hasselbeck still hasn't been cleared to play yet. Wallace was much more efficient last week at San Francisco, completing 15-of-25 passes for 222 yards on two TDs. Those stats are a bit misleading because Leonard Weaver picked up many of those yards after the catch, so don't expect similar numbers this week. In fact, don't play Wallace at all this week.
The Seahawks couldn't run the ball at all last week, finishing with 39 yards on 28 carries. Morris had just 16 yards on 11 carries as he was totally shut down. The Eagles rank ninth against the run, so don't expect much more from Morris in Week 9.
Jones couldn't get anything going last week either and now his carries are going to Morris. He gained just nine yards on six carries last week and has just 13 carries in the last two games, while not scoring since Week 3. He's a very risky fantasy play going forward.
Weaver was a star last week as he caught four passes for 116 yards and two TDs. Weaver had only six catches coming into the game, but turned two short passes into TDs of 43 yards and 62 yards. Enjoy it because a game like that won't come again for Weaver owners.
Robinson had four catches for 31 yards last week to lead all wideouts and he may be the No. 1 option again this week with Deion Branch still sidelined. But even as the No. 1 WR in this offense, he's not fantasy worthy just yet.
Nobody misses Hasselbeck more than Engram, who has struggled mightily thus far this year. Engram had just three catches for 40 yards last week, his best game since Week 5. Forget about him until Hasselbeck returns.
Carlson had his streak of games with a TD pass snapped at two last week as he was limited to just one catch for 13 yards. The rookie tight end isn't consistent enough to start on a regular basis, so keep him on your bench this week.
The Seahawks' defense has only two interceptions this year, but they turned one of them into a 75-yard TD last week at San Francisco. They will need more big plays like that this week to have any chance against Philadelphia.