Arrowhead Stadium | Sunday, November 21 | 1:00 p.m. EST (FOX)
Pick: Chiefs 24, Cardinals 10
180 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 2 INTAnderson's struggles this season are clear, with a 53.5 completion percentage and 6/8, TD/INT ratio. Still, the coaching staff appears committed to him for the time being. If Anderson does find his stride, he has the weapons to be solid.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 25 rush yardsMake sure his knee is OK before making any lineup decisions involving Wells. If he can play, he will take on a big role in the running game, especially considering Tim Hightower's pedestrian numbers.
2 rec, 15 rec yards, 40 rush yardsDouble-check the status of Beanie Wells' ailing right knee. Assuming Wells can play, Hightower will likely take a back seat in the running game. Hightower has turned in consecutive 39-yard efforts.
5 rec, 60 yards, 1 TDFitzgerald consistently sees a ton of targets, but has been unable to turn in a monster performance due to Derek Anderson's struggles at quarterback. Expect those struggles to continue, making Fitzgerald a somewhat frustrating fantasy option.
3 rec, 55 yardsBreaston put up 98 yards receiving on just four receptions. Decent numbers, but he could have done better considering he was targeted 10 times.
2 rec, 30 yardsDoucet had 71 yards receiving and a touchdown last week in what was by far his best outing of the season. At this point, however, the performance is more of an outlier than a sign of things to come.
1 PAT, 1 FGFeely's 10 field-goal attempts rank him dead last among kickers that have started every game for their respective NFL franchise. The Cardinals' offense needs serious help before Feely can be considered a viable fantasy kicker.
2 sacks, 1 FumbleThe Cardinals rank third-to-last in the league in total defense, and dead last in points allowed. They are not a feasible fantasy option any week, against any opponent, and certainly not against Kansas City's running game.
240 pass yards, 2 pass TDCassel went off last week after the Chiefs found themselves down 35-0 at half. Don't expect 469 yards and four touchdowns every week, but Cassel is a worthwhile No. 2 fantasy quarterback who can start if the matchup is right.
3 rec, 35 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 85 rush yardsCharles saw 14 carries to Thomas Jones' four last week. Granted the Chiefs were forced to throw, which favors Charles' receiving abilities, but it is good to see the increased workload that fantasy owners have been clamoring for.
65 rush yards, 1 rush TDJones saw just four carries last week, with more snaps going to Jamaal Charles when the Chiefs went pass-happy to try and overcome a 35-0 deficit. Against a bad Cardinals' defense, expect Jones to see his usual touches again.
5 rec, 110 yards, 1 TDBowe has entered into must-start territory with eight touchdowns in his past five games. He should remain in your starting lineup against the league's 27th-ranked pass defense.
3 rec, 30 yardsCheck his status for Sunday's game. Moeaki was injured during an onside kick last Sunday. If he is healthy enough to play, he should see his usual targets. Keep in mind he has not found the end zone since Week 3.
3 PATs, 1 FGSuccop's 13 made field goals puts him in the bottom half of fantasy kickers. The Chiefs should move the ball efficiently against a bad Arizona defense, so Succop could see a few more opportunities than usual.
1 sack, 2 INTThe Cardinals have had their struggles offensively, but the Chiefs defense had been merely average even before getting pounded by Denver last week. You're probably better off finding another option this week.
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