Fantasy Football Rankings, Week 10: Seahawks, Cardinals Not In Good Shape

It's slim pickings when looking for fantasy must-starts in this weekend's matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals. Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is always a start, even with the lack of quality quarterback play for the Cardinals. Neither quarterback, Matt Hasselbeck for the Seahawks or Derek Anderson for the Cardinals, is worthy of a play this weekend, with Hasselbeck ranked as the No. 24 quarterback and Anderson not ranked.

The full rankings can be found here, at ESPN.

The highest ranked running back in Sunday's game is Marshawn Lynch, at No. 22. The ever-evolving carousel that is the running back situation in Arizona hurts both Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower, making it a guessing game when figuring out who will get the bulk of the carries. Wells checks in at No. 27 this week, with Hightower close behind at No. 31.

Outside of Fitzgerald, the receiver situation isn't any better. Seattle's Mike Williams is the No. 31 receiver and is a risky play with the quarterback situation in Seattle. Arizona's Steve Breaston also makes the top 50, checking in at No. 47.

The bottom line in this game: if you don't have Fitzgerald, run and hide from the matchup.

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