I read this from rotoworld.Coach Pete Carroll has said all along the Seahawks have no plans to rush Thomas Rawls back from last season’s broken ankle, and he again hinted at it Monday, saying “it’s still time to take care of [Rawls].” On Tuesday, the Seahawks released their first depth chart of the season leading up to their Week 1 home opener against the Dolphins. At running back, Michael is listed as the starter. The Dolphins were dead last in fantasy points allowed to running backs last season. They’ll hope for bigger contributions from Ndamukong Suh inside, and they also signed versatile DE/DT Jason Jones and acquired MLB Kiko Alonso to pitch in, but this still looks like a run defense to attack. As of Tuesday evening, the Seahawks are the biggest favorites of Week 1 with Miami as a 10.5-point dog. If all goes to plan, the Seahawks won’t even have to rush Rawls into this one, and Michael and rookie C.J. Prosise can handle backfield duties, with Michael dominating the early-down carries.
I was also looking at Fitzpatrick at QB, I'm not sure why he's not getting much love. He was really good last year.