The only problem with Wilson's performance against the Jaguars was he forced himself to the bench after building a huge lead. He'll play the whole game this week, with solid results.
Lynch picked up 69 yards on 17 carries last week, a disappointing performance against the lowly Jaguars. He's a good bet to bounce back this week.
Rice had five receptions for 79 yards and two scores a week ago. He's worth starting this week.
Tate led the team with 88 yards and eight targets against Jacksonville, and could be started with a handful of every-week starters at the position on bye.
Baldwin is the third option in this passing game, and that makes it awfully hard to recommend him unless you're desperate.
Miller caught two touchdowns against the Jags, but they were his only two catches and represented 66.7 percent of his targets. He's not relevant to fantasy owners yet.
Houston's defense did a great job limiting the Ravens to field goals last week, something Hauschka's owners are no doubt hoping for on Sunday.
After seeing what the Ravens did to Matt Schaub and the Houston run game last week, I'm quite bullish on the Seahawks.
Schaub really struggled last week, though that could have had something to do with a less-than-100-percent Andre Johnson. He still shouldn't be counted on this week.
Foster ran the ball well last week, but the run game was phased out with the Texans trailing big. It may not get much better this week with the Seahawks in town.
Tate continues to hold onto a secondary role in the Houston offense. He may be flex worthy with the byes starting.
Johnson clearly was not 100 percent against the Ravens after suffering a concussion the previous week. Keep an eye on his practice participation this week.
Hopkins caught six passes for 60 yards last week. He should be benched against a very good Seattle secondary.
Daniels got nine targets last week, and I think Matt Schaub will rely on him this week against a tough Seattle defense.
Bullock made all three of his field goal attempts last week and could be in for another nice day against a strong defense.
Don't blame the Houston defense for last week's loss. Two of Baltimore's three touchdowns were of the return variety (one punt, one interception).