Looking for last-minute fantasy advice? We've got you covered. With the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons taking the field Sunday at 1:15 p.m., waiting on Mike Williams, the Seahawk most likely to be anywhere near a fantasy team, could be playing with fire. Is he worth the wait? Probably not. After all, last week Williams was all but ready to play, yet still ended up on the inactive list.
Matt Ryan: The Seahawks run out the second worst pass defense in the league. Alex Smith, yes ... that Alex Smith, torched the Seahawks last week in San Francisco. Ryan is clearly a better quarterback, so we should expect much of the same.
Michael Turner; The Seattle run defense has been terrible and Turner is an excellent back. Combine the two and you have a recipe for a big day. Go with Turner.
Roddy White: If Ryan has a big day, White will come along for the ride. His 1219 yards tops all NFL wide receivers and the Seahawks show no sign of being able to slow him down.
Matt Hasselbeck: Last week, against the San Francisco 49ers, Hasselbeck was a turnover machine, giving away four interceptions and a fumble. The task doesn't get much easier this week as the Atlanta Falcons come to town. Don't expect a big game from Hasselbeck, if you still happen to have him.
Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett: The Seahawks running backs have combined for just seven touchdowns on the ground and have yet to break the thousand yard mark ... combined. If they haven't got it going yet, it's unlikely they will against the Falcons.