Newton racked up 308 yards last week but threw three interceptions, two of which were deep in Arizona territory. I'd get him back in there with confidence this week.
Williams struggled against the strong Arizona defense, but he'll have a nice day as a runner and receiver against the Vikings.
Smith only caught four passes for 60 yards last week, but he did have 10 targets. All that volume will finally pay off this week.
LaFell is going to have his good games from time to time, but because it's so hard to predict when he'll shine, you're better off staying away.
Ginn continues to play an important role in the Carolina passing game, catching four passes for 78 yards last week.
Olsen caught five passes for 79 yards against a strong pass defense in Arizona. If healthy, he'll do even better against a mediocre one in Minnesota.
Gano made both of his field goal attempts last week, including a 51-yarder, but he's not a guy you want in your lineup.
The strong Carolina run defense will have its hands full against Adrian Peterson.
I like Cassel better than Christian Ponder for the Vikings receivers, but his days could be numbered with Josh Freeman in town.
Even against Carolina's strong run defense, I expect Peterson to have a huge day.
Carolina has a solid pass defense, but Jennings will please his fantasy owner's by catching Matt Cassel's only TD pass.
Simpson has been a larger part of the Minnesota offense than many expected, but not big enough to make him relevant in fantasy leagues.
Wright continues to carve out a bit of a role in this offense, but he should not be considered this or any week.
Carolina has been the second-stingiest defense against tight ends this year, and I don't see Rudolph changing that.
Walsh has a big leg and should be universally owned, but I don't see a huge week in terms of field goals.
The only matchup in which you should possibly trust the Viking defense for fantasy purposes is in Week 7, when it faces the Giants.