Blaine Gabbert could be back this week, but no matter if it's Henne or Gabbert, the Jaguars starter should be nowhere near your roster.
There's a good chance Jones-Drew misses the game this week with an ankle injury. Even if he plays, you'll want to look elsewhere.
Shorts managed eight catches for 93 yards last week, but the combination of Chad Henne or Blaine Gabbert and the Seahawks defense is bad news. Bench him.
Sanders had five receptions for 64 yards last week, but he can't be trusted against Seattle.
The worst offense in the league going up against the best defense in the league? Scobee might as well bring a book to read.
There is absolutely nothing to like about this team, defense included.
Wilson struggled against the 49ers, but then the Seahawks didn't need him to light it up for the win. He'll bounce back strong against lowly Jacksonville.
Lynch ground out 98 yards and two scores on 28 carries against San Francisco. It'll be a little easier for him this week.
Baldwin had only one target, though it went for a 51-yard reception. It'll be a nice day for everyone on Seattle, Baldwin included.
Rice caught just one ball last week, though he did have five targets. If you need to go deep at receiver this week, he's a solid choice.
Tate had just two targets last week, but the Jaguars are about as far from the 49ers as possible. He'll have a strong showing this week.
Miller had four targets last week, and it's hard to view him as a starter with all the options at tight end.
Seattle is going to blow out Jacksonville, and that may harm Hauschka in fantasy leagues this week. If they can get him just one field goal, though, he'll be worth starting.
They shut down Cam Newton. They shut down Colin Kaepernick. What do you think they're going to do to Chad Henne or Blaine Gabbert. This is going to be a laugher.
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