The Lions held Palmer in check, but I'm expecting a big day, as he'll be forced to throw a ton with the Saints in command for most of the game.
Mendenhall's 66-yard, one-TD performance against the Lions has him safely in the weekly flex range.
If you want to speculate on a backup running back in Arizona in case Rashard Mendenhall gets hurt, Ellington is your man.
Floyd was largely absent last week, though that had a lot to do with Detroit shutting down Arizona's passing attack without Larry Fitzgerald.
Fitz toughed through a hamstring injury last week, but he was clearly limited. If he starts this week, you'll want him in your lineup.
Roberts got another eight targets from Carson Palmer last week. He's a great depth receiver.
New Orleans has done a very nice job of holding its opponents out of the end zone, which should help Feely to a nice fantasy day.
The Cardinals shut out the mighty Lions in the second half last week, though a lot of that had to do with Reggie Bush's injury. You definitely do not want to go up against the Saints.
Brees had to work hard for his 322 yards and one touchdown agaisnt the Buccaneers last week, getting just 7.0 yards per attempt. I don't see the New Orleans offense sputtering two weeks in a row.
Sproles major involvement in the Saints' offense means he's a guy you should be starting most weeks.
It would be interesting to see what Thomas could do on a team more committed to the run. On the Saints, he's a non-factor in fantasy leagues.
We're all finally in agreement that the great Mark Ingram Breakout is never happening, right?
Colston will draw a tough matchup with Patrick Peterson for a large portion of the day, but I like the Saints to dominate this game.
Moore hasn't done a thing this year, so we know it's only a matter of time before he shows up.
I like Stills as a depth guy for when bye weeks come around, but I wouldn't consider him until then.
I knew exactly what Graham did last week since I played him in one of my most important leagues, and I still did a double-take when I saw his stats again writing these projections. He'll have another huge day against Arizona.
The Saints will be too good for Hartley this week. If you own him you're starting him, but expect to seem him mostly trot out for PATs.
After impressive performances against the Falcons and Buccaneers, the Saints defense may just be a whole lot better than expected.
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