QB Jason Campbell: He'll be pressured more than he was last week, but we're not yet buying the Cards' D. Still, we have a feeling he'll make a mistake or two to go along with any positives.
RB Clinton Portis: Until further notice, the Redskins are a running team first and foremost. It's the one area they can rely on, so Portis is always a safe bet. The Cards will use safety Adrian Wilson down in the box, so they will focus on stopping him. Remember this: the Niners averaged 5.4 yards per carry in the opener.
WR Santana Moss: He's hot. He's healthy. Ride him.
WR Antwaan Randle El: The Cards will be watching the deep stuff with Moss. It could open him up. Randle El is usually good for a big game or two. Is this the one?
TE Chris Cooley: Red zone production needs to increase; he's a good red zone producer.
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