Carlos Dunlap was quick to dismiss the idea that his arrival suddenly solved the problems the Seattle Seahawks had on their defensive front. Consider it Dunlap’s way of deflecting recognition when there is pretty solid evidence that his addition to the Seahawks' defensive line is already paying off in a significant way. “They said I was coming here to save the rush, but I see guys getting healthy, and all those guys getting sacks,” Dunlap said after Seattle’s win over Arizona last week.
Helping you set your lineup as we trudge into a critical stretch on the fantasy football calendar.
Carson Wentz didn’t finish the game the last time he faced the Seattle Seahawks because of a concussion. It reached the point that coach Doug Pederson hesitated when asked if Wentz or rookie Jalen Hurts would start when the Philadelphia Eagles (3-6-1) host the Seahawks (7-3) on Monday night. “He’s my starter, end of story,” Pederson eventually said to reporters.