Wilson had a decent game against Tennessee given that he didn't have a touchdown. He threw for 257 yards and 8.3 YPA while running for an additional 66 yards.
Lynch scored twice last week, but will have his work cut out for him on Thursday night. The Cardinals have allowed just 3.5 yards per carry this year.
Tate led the team with seven targets and is starting to emerge as Russell Wilson's No. 1 option. That could change when Percy Harvin returns. In the meantime, he's due for his second touchdown of the season come Thursday.
Rice had two catches for 35 yards last week. You wouldn't necessarily trust him in a good matchup, and this is a bad one. Stay away.
Arizona's pass defense is far too strong to consider rolling with an also-ran like Baldwin.
After two weeks of double-digit scoring, Hauschka made just two field goals last week, both after he passed concussion tests.
This is not the defense you want to play against on a short week. The Seahawks should be able to force Carson Palmer into a few mistakes.
Palmer bounced back for his fantasy owners last week, but this is a terrible matchup. Seattle has allowed only five passing TDs this season.
Ellington won't force Rashard Mendenhall out of the picture completely, but he has made this a true timeshare. Start him if you have to, but temper your expectatons this week.
Mendenhall now shares the backfield with Andre Ellington. Given that and his lack of explosion, he's no more than a guy you consider as a flex from week to week. Hopefully not this week.
Floyd caught five of his six targets for 44 yards and a score against the 49ers. I'm looking elsewhere this week.
Fitz had a big game last week, catching six passes for 117 yards and a TD. I don't like this matchup for the Cardinals, but you have to get him in your lineup.
Feely kicked but two extra points last week and has now had a pair of games with fewer than three points.
The Cardinal's defense continues to lurk beneath the surface. Despite the projection, they could be a decent matchup play in this short week.
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