Brees threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns last week, and should be trusted in any matchup.
If you own him, you're starting him. He's been the Saints most consistent back all season.
Sproles looks like he'll be able to return after missing last week's game with Atlanta.
Ingram's fantasy value is nil, even in a good matchup. This happens to be a terrible one.
Colston was shut down in a good matchup, and figures to see plenty of Richard Sherman on Monday.
Moore should not be considered, even if Seattle's secondary has taken a few hits of late.
Stills is not a good option this week with the Saints going up against the Seattle defense.
Graham had five catches for 100 yards and a touchdown last week. Get him going in Week 13.
Hartley made his only field-goal attempt last week and is 21-for-27 on the season.
The Saints defense should not be considered against an offense as polished as Seattle's.
The Saints have surrendered the third-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, making Wilson a bit dicey this week.
Lynch could be in line for a big game against a Saints defense that allows 4.8 yards per carry.
I would get Harvin active this week, but do know that the Saints allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Tate remains a low-end WR2, but the Saints allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Baldwin is a WR3 against a Saints defense that allows the eighth-fewest points per game to receivers.
Miller should not be considered in fantasy leagues now that the bye weeks have passed.
Hauschka has been the No. 1 fantasy kicker this season and should be started with confidence.
You start the Seahawks every week, but clearly this is a less-than-ideal matchup.
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