Deangelo and Cartwright.
Deangelo will get the ball ... but Stewart will probably doing most of the grunt work. Not to mention Matt Moore in at QB, I wouldn't count on a solid passing game from the Panthers (not like you could count on one anyway) so they'll lean heavily on Stewart and Williams.
Kevin Smith vs. Ray Lewis will always go to Ray Lewis. Very few offensive lines in the league can get blocks on Lewis and Detroit is DEFINATELY not one of them. The opposing argument, is that with the Lions' QB situation being what it is, that they too might want to lean heavily on the ground game but that won't happen against Baltimore. I'd expect a lot of 3 and outs from Detroit's end.
That leaves Harrison and Cartwright. The Steelers, even without Polamalu is still a dangerous D. Go with Cartwright. Oakland gives up running yards like ... well ... let's just say they give up running yards. http://www.nfl.com/teams/oaklandraiders ... e?team=OAKviewtopic.php?f=19&t=463914
QB - Brett Favre
RB - Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson, Rashard Mendenhall, Brandon Jacobs
WR - Mike Sims-Walker, Percy Harvin, Sydney Rice, Robert Meachem, Mario Manningham, Steve Smith (CAR)
TE - Kevin Boss
K - Ryan Longwell
DEF - Cincinatti, Pittsburgh