Wilson had a great game against Arizona, throwing for 235 yards and three touchdowns. Everything could really open up for him when Percy Harvin returns.
The Rams allow the third most fantasy points per game to running backs. Get ready for a huge day out of Beast Mode.
Rice had three catches for 50 yards and a touchdown last week. His stock will take a hit when Percy Harvin returns.
Harvin has a great chance to make his 2013 debut this week. Monitor his practice participation.
Tate led the team with 77 yards a week ago. While every Seattle receiver will get a downgrade when Percy Harvin returns, Tate's role feels the safest.
If Percy Harvin returns this week, expect Baldwin to be phased out of the offense.
Hauschka had another double-digit scoring day and made a 51-yard field goal last week. He should be started every week.
With Sam Bradford out for the season, Kellen Clemens will start for the Rams. The Seahawks should thrive.
Clemens will start in place of the injured Sam Bradford, who tore his ACL last week. You should only start him if you're in a 26-team league.
Stacy ran for just 53 yards on 17 carries against the Panthers last week. It won't be any easier against Seattle, but I still have him as an RB3.
Pettis caught two of his four targets for 17 yards last week. There isn't any reason to consider starting him on Monday night.
Givens had one catch for 24 yards last week. You don't want to have anything to do with this passing game against the Seahawks.
Austin is averaging less than seven yards per catch this season. So much for all those big plays.
Cook caught four passes for 33 yards a week ago. I don't trust any pass catcher in this offense this week.
Zuerlein made both of his field goal attempts last week and is now 11-for-11 on the season.
This is a bad matchup for a mediocre defense.
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