More facts, and less hunches. Here’s a look at the numbers that could help you decide who to put in your lineup Sunday morning…Lost in the Lions’ strong finish in 2010 was the improvement of their ground game, one that averaged 134.7 yards per game in the final 6 weeks of the season. Despite their 10-win season, stopping the run remained an issue last season for the Buccaneers, who held just 4 opponents to fewer than 100 yards rushing last season. A year ago in Tampa, Lions’ RB Maurice Morris ran for 100-plus yards and this Sunday, it could be a big day for RB Jahvid Best…<!--more-->There’s been mixed opinions regarding Panthers’ QB Cam Newton’s debut Sunday at Arizona. As the rookie looks to get comfortable, he may find rangy TE Greg Olsen a favorite target for a number of reasons and one that could take advantage of the Cardinals’ defense. Tight ends have a habit of finding holes against the 3-4 defense...The Steelers’ defense always seems like a good play against Ravens’ QB Joe Flacco. In 8 career meetings vs. Pittsburgh (including playoffs), Flacco has been sacked 29 times and committed 13 turnovers (8 INTs, 5 lost fumbles). The Steelers have returned 2 of his turnovers for touchdowns…The Cowboys are in their first season under new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and there could be some growing pains, especially in a secondary that will be without CB Terence Newman. And this was a unit that gave up 33 TD passes a year ago, tied for the most in the NFL. It didn’t take long for Jets’ WR Santonio Holmes to become a favorite target of QB Mark Sanchez last season. Including the playoffs, Holmes totaled 51 catches for 742 yards and 8 touchdowns in his last 12 games in ‘10…It’s hard not to lean toward Raiders’ RB Darren McFadden this Monday night at Denver. Oakland totaled a whopping 592 yards rushing in its two-game sweep of the Broncos last season and McFadden totaled nearly half of that (284), plus scored 4 touchdowns (3 rush, 1 rec.) in last year’s first meeting. Only the Bills gave up more yards on the ground last season than the Broncos…