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Week 7 Projections
numberFire is high on Chargers QB Philip Rivers, who is coming off a huge week 6 performance where he threw for over 500 yards and two scores, and this week, he faces off against division rival Raiders.
Lions Matthew Stafford will be looking to build upon his strong Week 6 performance against the Bears, as he takes on the Minnesota Vikings defense that ranks fourth in the NFL in fewest fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Who saw this coming from Falcons Devonta Freeman this season? Freeman is the top ranked running back throughout the first six weeks of the season, and he faces off against the Titans defense that ranks seventh in fewest fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs this season.
The Steelers get a good matchup against the struggling Chiefs defense that ranks tenth in fewest fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs this season, but Le'Veon Bell should have a big day running and catching the ball out of the back field in Week 7.
I look for Steelers WR Antonio Brown to put up an Antonio Brown-type game on Sunday vs the Chiefs pass defense that is allowing 34 fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Don't be afraid to start Martavis Bryant as well, as he is coming off a two touchdown performance in Week 6.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald should have a good day on Sunday as he faces a Ravens secondary that is yielding the second most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers thus far, allowing 31 points per game.
Running Backs/Wide Receivers
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