Newton had his first big game of the year the Panthers' last time out. I think he'll keep it rolling, even in a tough matchup.
Williams has quietly had a nice season, and he should be started every single week in most formats.
Tolbert gets plenty of playing time, but he isn't a fantasy factor.
Smith will likely see a ton of Patrick Peterson on Sunday. I think he'll still have a useful day.
The speedster has had a decent year, but he's too inconsistent to be relevant in fantasy leagues.
In a tough matchup with the Cardinals, you don't want to have anything to do with LaFell.
The Cardinals are tough against the pass and have good linebackers, but you're starting Olsen if you own him.
Gano has just four field goal attempts this season and shouldn't be counted on as a fantasy starter.
I love this matchup for the Panthers. Get them in your lineup.
Palmer had just 248 yards last week with one TD and two picks. I like him to bounce back, even against a strong defense.
Mendenhall had just 21 yards on 12 carries and could start ceding more touches to Andre Ellington.
Ellington had just four carries a week ago, but he picked up 29 rushing yards. He also caught three of his six targets and could be in for a bigger role in the offense.
Fitz caught six passes for 68 yards and a TD last week, showing that he is completely over the hamstring injury that has nagged him in the early going.
Floyd caught five of his 10 targets for 87 yards a week ago. Despite the matchup, I think he's worth starting this week.
Roberts had just two targets against the Buccaneers, but he'll get himself more involved this week.
Feely made both of his field goal attempts last week, but I don't think this is a week where you'll want him active.
The Cardinals had three takeaways and two sacks last week while holding the Bucs to 10 points. It'll be a bit tougher this week, but I think they're worth starting.
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