Michael Floyd/ John Brown/ Larry Fitzgerald (Wide Receiver): Floyd is looking to become the main target in this Cardinals defense. Floyd has surpassed John Brown as the deep threat and continues to punish opposing defenses. But no one on earth thought he would man handle the Seahawks like he did posting 113 yards and 2 touchdowns on the legion of boom. Floyd reeled in 7 of his 9 targets giving him an incredibly efficient day. Floyd would strain a hamstring towards the end of the game but the injury looks minor. John Brown on the other hand was targeted 3 times and did not haul in a single catch. This is likely due to the fact that he still remains injured with two strained hamstrings. Brown will likely be eased back into action. Fitzgerald was also finding a ton of open space against this Seattle defense. Fitzgerald hauled in 10 of his 15 targets for 130 yards but could not get into the end zone.
Chris Johnson (Running Back): Johnson was bottled up all night as the Seahawks defensive line was constantly getting penetration. Johnson had 25 rushing attempts but could only gain 58 yards. He will not have an easier time in week 11 as he faces a tough Bengals defensive line.
Carson Palmer (Quarterback): Palmer was next to perfect as he blew the doors off of the Legion of Boom's headquarters. Palmer completed 29 of 48 passing attempts for 363 yards and 3 touchdowns while only throwing 1 interception. Palmer is now a matchup proof starter if he can abuse the Seahawks like they are just any other team.
Marshawn Lynch (Running Back): Lynch struggled as he only saw 8 carries throughout the whole game and his trip into the end zone saved his fantasy day. Lynch only gained 42 yards on the ground against a stout Arizona defensive front.
Russell Wilson (Quarterback): Wilson struggled against this tough Arizona secondary completing only 14 of 32 passing attempts for 240 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. Wilson has been on and off all season long mostly because the offense cannot seem to find a rhythm.
Jimmy Graham (Tight End): Graham was held in check by this aggressive Cardinals defense. He finished the game catching only 3 of 8 targets for 41 yards and no touchdowns.