Michael carried the ball 20 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 37-18 win over the 49ers. He also caught two of three targets for five yards.
Michael got the start with Thomas Rawls (shin) inactive, and he took advantage right away, coming up with a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter. For some reason, however, the Seahawks went away from him a bit after the opening quarter, despite the fact that Russell Wilson hurt his ankle in the third period. Michael likely would have seen more work in the fourth quarter, but the lopsided score allowed him to rest on the bench. Through three weeks, Michael has been a bright spot for Seattle, which has really struggled offensively, other than Sunday's blowout victory. The explosive young running back has probably earned a bigger share of the rushing pie, even when Rawls is healthier, but next week's matchup against the Jets' stout rush defense will represent a major test.
Wilson is believed to have suffered a sprained knee, but he'll still need additional testing to confirm the diagnosis, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Wilson was removed during the third quarter of Sunday's blowout win over the 49ers, giving way to undrafted rookie Trevone Boykin. While the outcome wasn't in question at the time, Wilson did appear to be in real pain, suggesting his removal wasn't just precautionary. He's also been dealing with an ankle issue since Week 1, but Sunday's knee injury seems to be a far greater concern.
Healy went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in Sunday's 7-1 win over the Rangers.
Healy chased Colby Lewis from the game in the second inning with his 12th home run of the year. He also added a pair of singles to his stat line, snapping a 1-for-16 slide at the plate. Six of the 24-year-old rookie's home runs have come during September, helping raise his slash line to a robust .303/.336/.519 in 66 games this year.
Hyde had 21 carries for 103 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 37-18 loss at Seattle. He caught his lone target for two yards.
While it was an impressive final stat line for Hyde, keep in mind that most of his production surprisingly came late in the game, including both of his touchdowns. Nonetheless, fantasy owners can't be anything but happy for such a big performance against a tough opponent. Meanwhile, Shaun Draughn saw five carries for 10 yards, as Hyde was once again San Francisco's undisputed lead back. Next week, the bruising runner will attempt to keep things going at home against the Cowboys.
Cook (ankle) left the locker room with crutches and a boot after Sunday's win over the Lions, ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports.
Cook was deemed questionable to return when he left in the second quarter, but he never made it back into the game. His absence freed up extra snaps for Richard Rogers, who previously had the lesser half of a timeshare. Cook had foot surgery in June, but it's unclear if his recent ailment affects the same foot/ankle.