Wilson really struggled against the Texans, throwing for just 123 yards and a TD. He did pick up 77 yards on the ground, but he hasn't taken off in fantasy leagues in the way many expected.
Lynch had a big day against the Texans, running for 98 yards and a TD on 17 carries. He's in line for another great game.
Tate had three catches for 17 yards a week ago, but I like the matchup in Indy.
Rice had just one reception for 11 yards last week. His inconsistent production makes him not worth starting against the Colts.
Baldwin hasn't really gotten anything going this year and shouldn't be owned in nearly any fantasy league.
Miller's an afterthought in this offense. Do not consider him for your roster unless you're desperate.
Hauschka was 3-for-3 on field goals last week and has made all eight of his attempts this season. Playing inside the dome in Indy won't hurt.
Even in a game in which they surrendered 476 total yards, the Seahawks had three takeways, four sacks and a late TD. Start them with confidence every week.
Given that his team scored 37 points, Luck didn't do all that much against the Jaguars. I wouldn't start him against Seattle.
Richardson churned out 60 yards and a TD on 20 carries. He'll get most of the carries with Ahmad Bradshaw likely out again.
Hilton has put up three stinkers this season and has yet to find the end zone. With Richard Sherman spending most of his time covering Reggie Wayne, Hilton will finally hit paydirt.
Wayne had a great game last week, but he'll be the focus of Seattle's dominant secondary.
Fleener caught five passes for 77 yards and a TD against the Jaguars, and looks like he'll put up starters numbers at the position over the course of the entire season.
Vinatieri made all three of his field goal attempts last week, and could be in for a nice day against a defense that doesn't surrender touchdowns easily.
Everyone loves playing the Jaguars, as the Colts discovered last week. It won't be quite so easy going against the Seahawks.