Palmer had a terrible day against a surprisingly good Saints defense. He'll get back above 300 yards this week.
The Cardinals had to abandon the run after going way down to the Saints. Mendenhall will play a much bigger role in a game I expect the Cardinals to win.
Ellington remains a decent speculative play in case of a Rashard Mendenhall injury.
Fitz looked a bit more like himself last week, catching five passes for 64 yards. He'll be all the way back against the Bucs.
Floyd hasn't done much since a decent Week 1, but I think that all changes this week.
Roberts had just four targets a week ago, showing why he's still just a depth guy.
Feely had a boring day last week, attempting all of one extra point. You should be able to find a better option.
Heading to Tampa to face the reeling Buccaneers, the Cardinals are worth streaming this week.
Mike Glennon gets his first career start, taking over for the embattled Josh Freeman. Will Greg Schiano last the whole year?
Martin is really being undermined by the poor offense in Tampa Bay. He managed another 108 yards from scrimmage on 22 touches, but this team is having serious trouble finding the end zone.
Jackson suffered a rib injury last week, but it is not serious. He'll start this week, meaning he should be in your lineup.
Williams caught five of the nine balls thrown his way last week, going for 65 yards. He's a WR3 this week.
Lindell made one of his two field goal attempts, his only scoring for the day. He's simply not a reliable fantasy kicker.
Tampa Bay had another solid defensive performance last week, but it doesn't do enough in the way of sacks and takeaways to consider as a fantasy defense.
Stars recover from slow start, beat Ducks to tie up series
Blue Jackets rally from three-goal deficit in Game 4 to beat Penguins in overtime