Glennon threw for 275 yards and a touchdown in a tough matchup with the Panthers, but he just lost Mike Williams for the season.
James ran the ball well against the Panthers last week, but he got just 10 carries with the Buccaneers in a hole early. He did catch four passes for 25 yards.
Jackson continues to garner a ton of Mike Glennon's attention, getting 13 more targets last week. He should be started every week, even in a tough matchup against the Seahawks.
Underwood will take over as the starter opposite Vincent Jackson now that Mike Williams is out for the year. He does not belong on your radar.
Wright got eight targets last week, hauling in five of them for a touchdown and 48 yards. He could be in for a larger role in the offense with Mike Williams out for the season.
Lindell went 2-for-2 on field goals last week, running his season total to 10-for-12.
The Buccaneers surrendered 31 points to the Panthers last week. Even with Seattle's offensive line struggling, this is not a great matchup.
Wilson was held in check by the Rams, though he still gave his owners a solid game thanks to two touchdowns. The Buccaneers allow the 10th-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, but he's without Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin.
Lynch had a terrible game last week, running for just 23 yards on eight carries. The Buccaneers are surprsingly tough on running backs, ranking 19th in the league in points allowed.
Tate could be a big fantasy player the rest of the season, especially if defenses try St. Louis' approach and put eight in the box to contain Marshawn Lynch and to pressure Russell Wilson. With both Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin out, he should get a ton of attention from his quarterback.
Baldwin should be in for a larger role thanks to Sidney Rice's season-ending knee injury and Percy Harvin's continued absence.
Hauschka had his first truly quiet game of the season, only trotting onto the field for two extra points.
Like most weeks, this is another great matchup for the Seahawks.
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