Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum | Sunday, October 31 | 4:15 p.m. EST (FOX)
Pick: Raiders 17, Seahawks 10
150 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 5 rush yardsHasselbeck has not thrown for more than 242 yards in a game this season, and he faces a stiff Raiders pass defense in Week 8. He will have some value in two-QB leagues, but do not expect much in terms of fantasy production.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 45 rush yardsForsett has assumed a secondary role behind Marshawn Lynch. He has a nice matchup this week against a Raiders defense that struggles to stop the run, but his backup role will limit his value to deep leagues.
40 rush yardsLynch received 24 carries last week, and though he ran for just 89 yards, he should see the majority of the carries this week. Lynch faces a Raiders run defense that is giving up nearly 140 yards per game, so he will be a viable option in all leagues.
3 rec, 40 yards, 1 TDWilliams has established himself as the Seahawks' top receiver with 21 catches over the previous two weeks. He faces a tough Raiders pass defense this week, but his activity in the passing game makes him a useful option nonetheless.
1 rec, 15 yardsButler has picked up his production in recent weeks, but he is only a marginal fantasy option this week against a good Raiders pass defense.
1 rec, 15 yardsCarlson has totals of four catches and 29 yards over his last three games, and he faces a stiff Raiders pass defense this week. Use a more productive option this week.
1 PAT, 1 FGMare hit five field goals a week ago, but he may struggle to put up points this week in what could be a low-scoring game. Don't be fooled by his big Week 7 outing.
3 sacks, 1 INTThe Seahawks defense has forced just 13 turnovers this season, but they have also only given up 105 points in six games. The Raiders' offense has been better than expected, but Seattle's defense is playing well enough to remain a useful option this week.
105 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 1 INTDespite playing much better last week, Campbell will head back to the bench once Bruce Gradkowski is healthy. If Gradkowski misses another game, Campbell has some value in two-QB leagues against a weak Seahawks pass defense.
2 rec, 30 rec yards, 60 rush yards, 1 rush TDMcFadden appeared to clear up the Raiders' backfield situation with his big performance in Week 7. The Seahawks are giving up fewer than 80 yards on the ground per game, but McFadden will still be a factor because he produces in the passing game as well.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 25 rush yardsBush will likely play a secondary role this week behind a healthy Darren McFadden. The Seahawks are very good against the run, so plan on using a different option this week.
1 rec, 25 yardsMurphy suffered a chest injury in Week 7 and his status for this week is up in the air. Murphy has a nice matchup, but he has not produced in games he has been under 100 percent. Be prepared to use a different option even if Murphy does suit up.
4 rec, 60 yardsHeyward-Bey missed part of Sunday's game due to an illness, but he should be fine going forward. Still, Heyward-Bey has just 21 total yards over the last four weeks, so go with a more productive option.
4 rec, 60 yards, 1 TDMiller reached the end zone in four of his last five games and has already set a career high in that category through seven games. Keep using him in all formats.
2 PATs, 1 FGJanikowski had another productive outing a week ago thanks to eight Raiders touchdowns. However, the Seahawks have not given up much in terms of points, so do not expect Janikowski to see a lot of opportunities this week.
2 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleOakland's defense has put up big point totals in two of the last three weeks, but their production has been limited in their other five games this season. Play the hot defense if you need to, but look for a more consistent option.
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