Newton threw for 263 yards and two scores while adding 68 yards and a touchdown on the ground, as well. Start him confidently this week.
Stewart didn't take advantage of the absence of DeAngelo Williams last week, but he could be a solid play this week if Williams sits again. The Saints allow 4.6 yards per carry.
Tolbert remains far more valuable to the Panthers than to fantasy owners.
Williams missed last week's game because of a quad injury. He's expected to be available this week.
Smith's underwhelming fantasy season continued last week, as he caught just three passes for 51 yards.
LaFell caught three passes for 36 yards last week, showing off his inconsistent nature.
Ginn is a total non-factor in fantasy leagues.
Olsen continues to quietly put up numbers. He had five catches for 85 yards last week.
Gano went 2-for-2 on field goals last week and is now 18-for-20 on the season.
If there were ever a week to consider benching the Panthers, it would be this one.
Brees uncharacteristically struggled in a tough matchup with the Seahawks, throwing for just 147 yards and one touchdown. He'll look to redeem that against the Panthers.
Sproles caught seven of his eight targets for 32 yards last week. Consider him an RB3 this week.
Thomas got just four carries a week ago, totaling exactly zero yards. This matchup isn't much better, but the bet here is that the Saints won't be getting blown out. That would be good for Thomas' stock.
Ingram ran for 22 yards on eight carries last week. He cannot be deployed against a Carolina team that allows the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Colston was taken away for the second straight game last week, and it doesn't get much easier this week. the Panthers allow the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Moore had just two targets a week ago. It's hard to trust his secondary role in this offense against a defense like Carolina's.
Stills is a total boom-or-bust player, and that's not the kind of guy you want to roll with against a defense like Carolina's.
Even in a terrible game for the New Orleans offense, Graham had 10.2 fantasy points last week.
Hartley was on the field for just one PAT last week. Given that he's tied to this offense, I'd feel good running him out there every week.
The Saints were absolutley torched by Russell Wilson and the Seahawks last week. I would not trust them in this matchup.
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