More facts and fewer hunches, here’s a look at the numbers that could help you decide who to put in your lineup Sunday morning…The Raiders’ defense got off to a nice start last week, sacking Broncos’ QB Kyle Orton 5 times and forcing 3 turnovers in the 23-20 Monday night win. Last season, only the Steelers (48) totaled more sacks than the Raiders, who were tied for second in the league with the Packers and Chargers with 47 QB traps. Bills’ QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was sacked just once in 26 pass plays last week at Kansas City, but Oakland’s pass rush will provide the Buffalo offensive line with a stiffer test…<!--more-->Speaking of the Broncos, they finished next-to-last in the league in rushing defense last season and gave up 190 yards on the ground Monday night vs. the Raiders. Last week, Bengals’ RB Cedric Benson ran for 121 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries in the win at Cleveland, his 14th 100-yard rushing performance in 42 games with Cincinnati. Hard to believe Benson won’t equal or surpass that attempt total on Sunday…Chargers’ WR Malcom Floyd caught only 3 passes for 45 yards in last week’s win over the Vikings, but he was QB Philip Rivers’ third-favorite target last Sunday behind TE Antonio Gates (13) and RB Mike Tolbert (9). Last week vs. the Patriots, Dolphins’ WR Brandon Marshall caught 7 passes for 139 yards, 4 of those receptions for more than 20 yards. Floyd, like teammate WR Vincent Jackson, has the size to create matchup problems for the New England secondary…If you’re hesitant about playing Falcons’ RB Michael Turner Sunday night against the Eagles because he got only 10 carries (100 yards) last week vs. the Bears, the Philadelphia defense is a different story and a unit that looks like its picked up where it left off late last season. In their last 4 games,  including the playoff loss to Green Bay, Andy Reid’s team has allowed at least 130 yards rushing in each contest and a total of 612 yards (153.0 YPG) over that span. Last week against Philadelphia, Rams’ RB Steven Jackson ran for a 47-yard touchdown and after he went down, RB Cadillac Williams gained 91 yards rushing in a losing effort…