Bradford threw for three more TDs last week, but managed just 117 yards with the Rams cruising. Carolina has been a terror for opposing quarterbacks, allowing the second fewest fantasy points per game.
Stacy ran for 79 yards on 18 carries last week. I hate this matchup for him, but I've got him as a backend RB3 for the rest of the season.
Richardson got just three carries last week. He is no longer relevant in fantasy leagues.
Pettis had one catch for 12 yards against the Texans. You don't want any part of him this week.
Givens had two receptions for 20 yards last week. It's really hard to trust anyone involved with this passing game.
Austin caught one pass for three yards. You can probably feel free to drop him in most leagues.
Cook only got two targets last week, catching both of them for 45 yards. You should be able to find a more reliable option.
The Rams surprised everyone by scoring five touchdowns against the Texans, largely keeping Zuerlein bored all day. He'll see a bit more action this week.
The Rams didn't let the Texans hit any big plays, but Arian Foster ran all over them. At Carolina is not a good matchup for them.
Newton finally had a big game, throwing for 242 yards, three TDs and zero interceptions against the Vikings. This is another good matchup for him.
Williams racked up 117 total yards last week, and this week gets a Rams defense that has allowed 4.6 yards per carry on the season.
I'm selling on Smith for the rest of the year. Try to play up his touchdown last week and do the same. He just doesn't look like the same guy.
LaFell is trending upward after catching four passes for 107 yards last week and a TD. He has 207 yards and three scores in his last three games.
Ginn had just two catches for 22 yards last week and really shouldn't be on your radar.
Olsen was a no-show last week, catching just two passes for 19 yards. I'd get him right back in there against the Rams.
Gano trotted out for five extra points and nothing else last week. I'm betting he's busier in the field goal department on Sunday.
The Panthers rank 10th in both yards per carry allowed and yards per attempt allowed, and are a great play this week.