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Fantasy Football Projections, Week 16: Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Player Projections

The Seattle Seahawks head to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers this weekend in what is, for many, a make or break week in fantasy football. If you're relying on Seahawks for your fantasy need, odds are the playoffs are over for your fantasy team. However, those that still have a vested interest in this game, especially fantasy players holding Tampa Bay players, we've got rankings and projections for this week's game.

Over at ESPN, projections are out and it's good news for the Bucs. The Seahawks defense has been awful, giving the Tampa Bay skill players a great match-up to work with. Where are they projected this week?

Josh Freeman: 243 yards, two touchdowns, 22 rushing yards worth 19 points in a standard scoring league.
LeGarrette Blount: 85 yards and a touchdown worth 14 points.
Mike Willliams (TB): 91 yards and a touchdown worth 15 points.
Kellen Winslow: 43 yards and a touchdown worth 10 points.

As you can see, it's a good day for all your Bucs. On the other side of the ball, the Seahawks don't fare as well. Between Matt Hasselbeck's inconsistency, the struggles of the run game and the lack of healthy, capable receivers, the Seahawks fantasy options are few and far between. Mike Williams and Marshawn Lynch are the only borderline starts, with Lynch the best bet to find the end zone.

Mike Williams (Sea): 86 yards and a touchdown worth 14 points.
Marshawn Lynch: 85 yards and a touchdown worth 14 points.