Fantasy Football Week 7: Start’em / Sit’em

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Michael Floyd @OAK (65%, 10) – Carson Palmer is back which means Floyd is back to being a high upside WR2.

Mohammed Sanu @IND (64%, 13) – With A.J. Green & Marvin Jones both out, Sanu is the de facto WR1 in Cincy. Sanu has put up solid numbers so far this year and should have another big week in what could end up being a shoot out with the Colts.

Keenan Allen KC (62%, 9) – It’s been ugly so far, but I think this is the week that Rivers gets Allen back in the game plan. He’s too talented to disappear all season.

Michael Crabtree @DEN (58%, 11) – Kaepernick is playing better lately and they will need to throw the ball to keep up with the Broncos this week. He may not get in the end zone, but I am expecting around 10 targets for Crabtree and enough catches to deserve a spot in your starting lineup.

Brandin Cooks @DET (31%, 11) – With Jimmy Graham out this week, I think Cooks will pick up the slack and have a breakout game.

Andre Holmes AZ (23%, 11) – Has 20 targets over the last two weeks and has proven to be dangerous after the catch. With his size (6’4) Holmes is an ideal red zone target for rookie Derek Carr and I think he’ll find the end zone again this week against the Cardinals 32nd ranked pass defense.

Odell Beckham Jr @DAL (21%, 8) – The rookie receiver should step into Victor Cruz’s slot role and see enough targets to deserve a spot in your starting lineup this week and the rest of the season.

Davante Adams CAR (4%, 8) – My sleeper pick this week. Adams has been slowly working his way into Rodgers good graces and is coming off an 8 target week. I think the GB/CAR game will be a shoot-out and think there will be enough targets for Adams to have a big game this week.


Jordan Cameron @JAX (69%, 8) – Could be the Browns #1 receiving target until Josh Gordon comes back. Cameron is coming off a big game (17 fantasy points) and should be able to get open all day against the Jags.

Delanie Walker @WAS (58%, 9) – The Titans don’t trust Charlie Whitehurst enough to throw the ball down the field, so Walker should be his primary target on short to intermediate routes.

Jordan Reed TEN (41%, 8) – One of the most talented TEs in the league is finally healthy (mostly) and should put up another double-digit fantasy game this week.