Warner continues on his MVP-caliber pace as he now has 19 TD passes, 5-300-yard passing games and only 6 interceptions. He burned the Niners on Monday night for 328 yards – his third straight 300-yard game – and three TDs by completing 32-of-42 passes. He took what the Niners gave him, utilizing Steve Breaston more than Larry Fitzgerald. He's having a magical season and it will continue with another big game at Seattle, where the Seahawks rank 31st vs. the pass.
One week after rushing for 109 yards at St. Louis, Hightower was limited to 22 yards on 13 carries against San Francisco. He couldn't get anything going, although he did gain 28 yards on six catches. Look for Hightower to have better success this week against a Seahawks' team that ranks 22nd against the run.
After sitting out all of Week 9's game at St. Louis, James saw a little more action on Monday night against San Francisco, rushing twice for four yards. But he's no longer in the mix for playing time, so keep him on your bench and don't be afraid to cut him if needed.
Boldin continues to be one of the most productive wideouts of 2008 as he had another big game on national TV Monday night. He caught 7 passes for 92 yards and two TDs against the Niners and now has 10 TD catches in his last six games. He should have another big game this week against the Seahawks as they rank 31st against the pass.
Fitzgerald added his sixth TD reception of the season on Monday night as he broke through with a strong second half. Fitzgerald finished with eight catches for 49 yards and a TD as he now has 57 catches for 791 yards on the season. Look for another big game this week from Fitzgerald as the Seahawks rank 31st against the pass.
Breaston continues to be a force in this passing game as the Cardinals' No. 3 wideout. On Monday night, Breaston had seven catches for 121 yards, the fifth time in his last six games that he's had seven or more catches. Breaston should have another big game as the possession receiver this week at Seattle as the Seahawks have been brutal against the pass all year long.
Forget about the tight end in this offense as Urban is getting plenty of targets as the fourth wideout in this offense. He had four catches for 38 yards on Monday night and will be active again this week at Seattle.
Rackers converted all three FG attempts in the Monday night win over San Francisco and has now converted 14-of-16 FG attempts. He has 69 points in nine games, but will easily add to that total this week at Seattle.
Hasselbeck will likely start at QB this week after missing the last five games with a knee injury. The Seahawks have gone 1-4 without Hasselbeck at QB, but they were bad even with him at QB. Hasselbeck started four games and completed less than 50 percent of his passes, throwing two TD passes with four interceptions. Arizona ranks 18th in the NFL against the pass, so starting Hasselbeck in his first game back is a bit risky. Be careful with this comeback.
Jones became the primary back last week at Miami, gaining 88 yards on 16 carries. It looks like the Seahawks are going with Jones more often and he should be given 12-16 touches again this week against a Cardinals' defense that ranks 10th vs. the run.
Morris was limited to one carry for 11 yards last week at Miami as head coach Mike Holmgren liked what he saw from Jones. Morris won't get many more carries this week as he should be put on your bench for the time being.
Branch is expected to start and play a significant role in the passing game after missing the last five weeks with a heel injury. Branch was hurt in his only game of the season as he caught three passes for 31 yards in Week 5. The Seahawks should open up the passing game more with Hasselbeck at QB, so feel free to start Branch this week if he practices as expected.
Engram will be thankful to see Hasselbeck back at QB this week as he's been limited to 12 catches in the last five games without him. He caught five passes last week at Miami for 63 yards and should have more success this week at home. With Hasselbeck at QB, Engram is a worthy fantasy play for Week 11.
Robinson has caught a TD pass in each of the last two games and should be a solid third wideout this week with Deion Branch back. Robinson had five catches last week at Miami for 38 yards and a TD and now has nine catches in the last two games for 143 yards. He's now an iffy play with Branch back in the lineup, so proceed with caution.
Carlson had five catches for 54 yards last week, but failed to catch a TD pass for the third straight game. He's been averaging 3 catches per game as a rookie, but is still a marginal fantasy play each week going forward.
The Seahawks have only four interceptions on the season, but they've turned two of them into touchdowns, including a 35-yard TD interception by Justin Babineaux last week. Look for some success against the Cardinals this week thanks to the 12th man.