Ryan had a dreadful day against the Cardinals, getting just 4.9 YPA and throwing four interceptions. This matchup isn't much better.
Jackson was silent in his first game back from a hamstring injury, totaling 13 yards from scrimmage on 14 touches. Carolina presents another tough matchup.
Despite Steven Jackson's struggles, he still got 11 carries to just two for Rodgers. He cannot be considered a starter in fantasy leagues with Jackson around.
In two games without Julio Jones and Roddy White, Douglas has 270 yards and a touchdown. He's the big winner as a result of all the injuries in Atlanta.
Davis played well in place of Roddy White last week, catching five passes for 77 yards and a touchdown. He's worth adding in deep leagues, but should be on your bench this week, especially so if White plays.
Gonzalez has yet to take over the way many thought he could when Julio Jones went down for the season. He'll finally get on track this week.
Bryant made both of his field-goal attempts last week, neither of which was from farther than 30 yards.
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.
Newton is on a roll and the Falcons have allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks this season. He'll keep that roll going on Sunday.
Williams ran for 43 yards and a TD on eight carries before leaving last week's game. He's going to play this week, but his stock will take a hit with Jonathan Stewart returning this week.
Tolbert picked up a receving score last week, and he could be trusted as a flex play in deep leagues for one more week.
Smith has just 335 yards in Carolina's seven games this season. It's tempting to think he's going to turn it on at some point, but he's running out of time.
LaFell had 23 receiving yards last week and just 35 the week before, after going for 107 yards and a TD in Week 5. It was just a one-week fluke.
Ginn caught five passes for 80 yards a week ago. He remains too inconsistent though to consider in fantasy leagues.
Olsen caught a touchdown pass last week, but he was clearly hobbled. You might want to explore other options if you can find someone comparable this week.
Gano made his only field-goal attempt last week, a chippy shot from 29 yards. Carolina should be able to score plenty against Atlanta, making him a good play.
The Panthers had another solid defensive game last week, posting three sacks, one takeaway and 13 points allowed.
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