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We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 14 matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.
The Arizona Cardinals face the Seattle Seahawks in what looks to be another defensive battle. While fantasy points may not be abundant here, there are a few big names owners will need to keep an eye on for their lineups. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup for this final game, we've got game-by-game player projections courtesy of numberFire.
John Skelton gets another shot at starting quarterback in Week 14. The Ryan Lindley project was short-lived. Brandon Browner is out on suspension, but Brandon Browner will still provide a tough matchup against the passing game. Larry Fitzgerald has five catches in the last three weeks. While Skelton boosts his value, Fitzgerald still isn't a promising start without Kevin Kolb under center. Seattle's defense only allowed six rushing touchdowns in its first 12 games, leaving Beanie Wells with little upside.
Russell Wilson looks like a promising fantasy starter two games removed from the Seahawks bye week. He hasn't committed a turnover since Week 10, and his rushing yards continue to help pad his stats. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 85 yards in Week 1 against the Cardinals. Beast Mode scored four touchdowns in his last five games, so there's no need to worry about a tougher matchup for him this week. Golden Tate and Sidney Rice are also benefiting from Wilson's improvement, each catching four touchdowns in the last four games. Arizona has fared well against wideouts recently, though, so temper you expectations for Seattle's receivers.