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 Falcons have defeated the Buccaneers 5 straight times but QB Matt Ryan has not put up great numbers in the process. The Pro Bowl quarterback has thrown 5 TD passes and 8 INTs in his 6 career starts vs. the Tampa Bay defense (1 of which he was knocked out early with via injury). And in 4 of those games, Ryan threw a pair of interceptions.  Meanwhile, teammate RB Michael Turner has had his share of success in this series…<!--more-->It’s not been a good start for the Rams record-wise but QB Sam Bradford looks like he’s finally getting to know his new-look receiving corps, especially WR Mike Sims-Walker. After catching just 1 pass in the season opener against the Eagles, Walker was targeted 11 times and caught 6 passes for 92 yards on Monday night against the Giants. Steelers’ WR Mike Wallace wound up with 100-plus yards in Week 1 against the Ravens, while the Baltimore defense couldn’t slow down the Matt Hasselbeck-Kenny Britt combination last week at Tennessee…The Seattle offense has gained fewer yards than any team in the league after 2 weeks and Pete Carroll’s team has scored just 2 touchdowns, both through the air. But this may be the week RB Marshawn Lynch breaks out after a pair of rough outings against the 49ers and Steelers. While the Panthers managed just 74 yards rushing on 27 carries in the opener, the Redskins pounded the Arizona defense for 172 yards on 35 attempts. And having WR Sidney Rice in the lineup should make life a little easier for Lynch and QB Tarvaris Jackson…