Like most weeks, this is another great matchup for the Seahawks.
The Bengals had a huge game last week, returning two Geno Smith interceptions for touchdowns and holding the Jets to nine points. They're a great play against a Miami team that has surrendered a league-high 32 sacks this year.
The Chiefs disappointed their owners last week, getting just one sack and one turnover against Jason Campbell and the Browns. They'll make up for it this week.
Baltimore has allowed just five touchdowns total since giving up seven to Peyton Manning Week 1.
The Saints forced three turnovers and sacked Thad Lewis four times last week. This is another good matchup for them.
The Browns sacked Alex Smith six times last week and are worth a stream against the Ravens if you can get your hands on them this week.
The Patriots racked up six sacks and three takeaways against the Dolphins last week. This matchup isn't nearly as favorable.
Think they're happy they don't have to deal with Calvin Johnson this week? They could be a decent stream play if you're desperate.
The Panthers had another solid defensive game last week, posting three sacks, one takeaway and 13 points allowed.
If the Titans are available in your league, consider grabbing them. They're a ball-hawking defense going up against an offense led by Kellen Clemens, and they get Jacksonville next week and in Week 16.
Outside of one huge play by Terrelle Pryor, the Steelers played pretty well last week. Given Tom Brady's struggles, the Steelers are worth a start this week.
The Packers held Christian Ponder to 145 yards, though the Minnesota run game was able to find success. You can stream them against an undermanned Chicago team this week.
The Chargers have allowed the sixth most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks this season. Despite Robert Griffin III's struggles last week, I don't like the Chargers' chances against him.
Washington cannot stop anyone on defense. It won't change this week.
The Rams impressed against the Seahawks and might be worth streaming on Sunday.
The Eagles couldn't force any mistakes by the Giants, and that in itself is a failure given that the Giants have 25 turnovers this year.
Case Keenum played well in his first career start two weeks ago. The Colts should not be considered a stream option this week unless the Texans start a running back other than Arian Foster or Ben Tate.
The Dolphins held Tom Brady to 116 passing yards, though that isn't much of a feat these days. I'd try to find a different option this week. The Bengals are hot.
Carson Palmer had his best game in weeks, while Andre Ellington exploded for 154 yards and a TD in his first career start. This is simply a bad defense.
The Jets were embarrassed by Andy Dalton and the Bengals. It only gets harder with Drew Brees coming to town.
The Buccaneers surrendered 31 points to the Panthers last week. Even with Seattle's offensive line struggling, this is not a great matchup.
The Raiders had five sacks and two takeaways last week. They would have been worth streaming had Matt Barkley earned the start. Stay away now that the Eagles are going with Nick Foles under center.
There's no shame in struggling against Aaron Rodgers, but this is a terrible defense. Just ask Jared Allen.
The Bills predictably struggled against the Saints, and I don't like their chances with the mistake-free Chiefs that much better.
Even without Reggie Wayne, the Colts present some challenges for the Texans. Stay away.
This Bears defense has been terrible all season, and now Lance Briggs is out for 4-6 weeks. You can drop them.
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