Tampa Bay is right in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed per game to QBs, but you'll want Newton in there on Thursday.
The Rams held Williams to 40 yards on 15 carries last week, and Tampa Bay allows just 3.5 yards per carry on the season.
Tolbert had 13 carries and a touchdown last week, but his role isn't consistent enough to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Smith seems to be waking up a bit, catching five passes for 69 yards and a score last week. He should be played in most leagues on Thursday.
LaFell had three catches for 35 yards last week and is not a true fantasy receiver.
Ginn had just two targets last week. Even in this thin week, you should not consider him.
Olsen played through a foot injury a week ago, catching four passes for 47 yards. Deploy him as usual this week.
Gano made all three of his field goal attempts last week, including one from 50 yards out. That gives him three from beyond 50 on the season.
The Panthers have quietly posted one of the best defensive seasons of any team this year. This is a great matchup, especially with Doug Martin out.
Glennon put up another solid performance and seems to be developing a nice connection with Vincent Jackson.
James will start in place of the injured Doug Martin. He should be owned, but cannot be started in this matchup.
Jackson had another monster game last week, catching 10 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Start him again with confidence.
Williams returned after missing one game with a hamstring injury, but caught just four passes for 32 yards. Monitor his health status this week.
Wright reamins a decent deep option at tight end, but this is not the week to use him.
Lindell went 3-for-3 on field goals last week, but the Panthers will prove too tough for this offense on Thursday night.
The undermanned Falcons had their way with the Buccaneers last week, proving this is a defense that cannot be trusted for fantasy purposes.
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