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Week 7 Fantasy Quick Hits

Quick thoughts on all 32 NFL teams going forward.


Dak’s calf is the main focus following the bye.


Miles Sanders injury may be a blessing in disguise. I prefer Boston Scott over Kenneth Gainwell.

Football Team

The Hienicke experiment is over. Unfortunately, there are no better alternatives.


Let’s hope the Giants produce against the woeful Chiefs defense, so we can sell high on them.

Chicago Bears

Khalil Herbert may be a hinderance to David Montgomery’s upside. Bench Justin Fields until Nagy is fired.

Detroit Lions

D’Andre Swift is matchup proof.

Green Bay Packers

If you have a lot of Ravens on your rosters (like me), Randall Cobb is the guy to go after to fill in.

Minnesota Vikings

Let’s hope the bye week was enough to heal Dalvin Cook’s ankle.

Atlanta Falcons

Kyle Pitts is a top 4 TE going forward. Bye low on Calvin Ridley. Drop Mike Davis.

Carolina Panthers

Deshaun Watson would raise the floor of all Panther’s weapons, but don’t hold your breathe. Cut Robby.

New Orleans Saints

Alvin Kamara finally used in the passing game. Keep Taysom Hill off the field. Buy Michael Thomas.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Good Luck guessing which Bucs WR will be the guy any given week.

Arizona Cardinals

Kyler Murray has weapons galore, and he benefits the most from it. Safe to cut Rondale Moore

Los Angeles Rams

The usual suspects for the Rams remain the same. Darrell Henderson will bounce back. Hold the line!

San Francisco 49ers

Jimmy Garoppolo’s time is running out, which is a bad sign for all 49ers’ receiving weapons.

Seattle Seahawks

Get Well Soon, Russ. Tyler Lockett can’t be started until he returns.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills schedule is cake. Start any Bills player you can get your hands on.

Miami Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa is heating up, Will Fuller is coming back soon, and their bye has passed. But low.

New England Patriots

Damien Harris is top 15 RB for as long as he continues to not fumble. Sell high on Hunter Henry.

New York Jets

Michal Carter is approaching top 24 RB territory in PPR. Cut everyone else.

Baltimore Ravens

No need to hold any of the Ravens RBs through their bye week. I’s rather roster a backup D/ST.

Cincinnati Bengals

Ja’Marr Chase is a top 6 fantasy WR until further notice. Monitor Joe Mixon’s workload. Stash Perine.

Cleveland Browns

Hopefully you benefited from D’ernest’s big game because Chubb is likely back. Cut Odell Beckham.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Hope Najee is well rested, because he will need to carry this team to a winning record.

Houston Texans

Brandin Cooks remains only start-worthy Texan, until he is traded.

Indianapolis Colts

Michael Pittman is a WR2 whenever TY Hilton is out. Carson Wentz is a solid bye week fill in.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Bye low on Laviska Shenault wherever you can. If Trevor Lawrence was cut, go get him!

Tennessee Titans

A.J. Brown is heating up. Hopefully you bought low prior to last week.

Denver Broncos

Jerry Jeudy’s return is a great for Teddy Bridgewater, but not so much for Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant.

Kansas City Chiefs

If a Patrick Mahomes owner is panicking, buy as low as you can.

Las Angeles Chargers

Buy low on Justin Herbert if his week 6 performance scared his owners. Same with Keenan Allen.

Las Vegas Raiders

Josh Jacob owners should be trying to acquire Kenyan Drake. Will be easier on his bye.

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