Fitzpatrick struggled in his first start this season, and it won't get any easier in Seattle.
Johnson saved last week with a reception that he turned into a 49-yard touchdown. He's not producing much on the ground, so don't be surprised if the Titans try to throw to him more often.
Washington had eight targets last week, but caught just three of them for 30 yards. It's too bad, he was really starting to come along with Jake Locker at the helm.
Wright led the Titans with six catches for 74 yards a week ago. This is not a week you'll want to consider him.
Britt continues to do absolutely nothing and the word is his playing time will be reduced going forward.
Walker caught four of his six targets for 49 yards last week, but he is not a fantasy option.
Bironas went 1-for-2 on field goal attempts last week and should not be anywhere near your radar.
The Titans had two sacks and two takeaways against the Chiefs. I don't like them going into Seattle this week.
Wilson had a big day for his fantasy owners, throwing for 210 yards and two scores and adding another 102 yards on the ground. The Titans present a tough challenge, as they've allowed the seventh fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Lynch ran for 102 yards on just 17 carries against the Colts. The Titans have been friendly to opposing running backs, allowing 4.3 yards per carry.
It's impossible to predict which Seattle receiver is going to have the productive day. It sure wasn't Rice last week, as he caught one pass for eight yards.
Tate had five catches for 61 yards and a TD last week. If only you could start Best Seattle Receiver as a player every week.
Baldwin had five catches for 80 yards last week, but he likely remains the third option in this group.
Hauschka missed his first field goal of the year last week on a kick that was blocked, but he made four others and now has 12 on the season.
The Colts put up 34 points against the Seahawks last week, but they had just 5.3 yards per play. The Seahawks should have a big day this week.
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