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Week 7 Fantasy WR Rankings Must-starts sleepers potential bu

Jul 20, 22 om 12:14
This is about as good as it gets for wide receivers during a four-team bye week. The Dolphins, Vikings, Colts, and Ravens being off takes away a few key guys (Adam Thielen, Justin Jefferson, DeVante Parker, Marquise Brown), but overall, our Week 7 fantasy WR rankings aren't affected too much -- and there are plenty of potential sleepers out there who can pick up the slack for them.You could actually argue our rankings are as strong as they've been since Week 1, as Michael Thomas, Chris Godwin, Davante Adams, Julio Jones, and A.J. Brown are all healthy and safely slotted in the top 12. With Keenan Allen (back) and Diontae Johnson (back) both expected to return this week, our rankings are both top heavy and deep. (Update: We spoke too soon: Thomas, along with Emmanuel Sanders and John Brown, have been ruled out for Week 7.)WEEK 7 PPR RANKINGS: | | | | Jose Berrios Jersey The outlook isn't rosy for every notable receiver, though. The Rams duo of Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp have a tough matchup against the Bears, while Julian Edelman faces a banged-up-but-still decent 49ers defense. Of course, Edelman has bigger worries in the form of the Patriots stagnant offense, but he's still seeing a steady amount of targets (and his two pa s attempts last game didn't hurt either). Dallas' WRs get a tough matchup with Washington, and San Francisco's Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk are also in tough spots against the Patriots. Henry Ruggs (vs. Buccaneers) could also be Minnesota Twins Jersey a stayaway after his breakout game.WEEK 7 STANDARD RANKINGS: | | | | | Fortunately, a host of young WRs continue to play well, including Chase Claypool (@ Titans), Tim Patrick (vs. Chiefs), Tee Higgins (vs. Browns), and Travis Fulgham (vs. Giants). Claypool and Higgins look like must-starts at this point, especially in their respective matchups this week, and Patrick and Fulgham aren't far behind after each turning in three straight good games. Their matchups aren't quite as strong on paper, but they're tough to sit. Fulgham's outlook could change if either DeSean Jackson (hamstring) or Alshon Jeffery (foot) finally return, though. Christian Kirk (vs. Seahawks), Keelan Cole and Laviska Shenault (@ Chargers), Damarcus Robinson and Mecole Hardman (@ Broncos),Cole Beasley (@ Jets), A.J. Green (vs. Browns), and, if you're really looking for a deep pull, Dontrelle Inman (vs. Cowboys) also have the look of potentially worthwhile sleepers.WEEK 7 DFS TOURNAMENT LINEUPS: | Speaking of returns, Sterling Shepard (toe) has a good chance of taking the field for the first time since Week 2, and given Golden Tate's lack of involvement in the offense, Shepard could producelike he did in Week 1 when he caught all six targets for 47 yards. It's tough to recommend starting him with how poor New York's offense has looked, but he's a potential flex in PPR leagues if you need him.WEEK 7 DFS CASH LINEUPS: | Overall, it should be another strong week for WRs. Fantasy owners took some duds from a few marquee guys last week (Odell Beckham Jr., JuJu Smith-Schuster, Mike Evans), but when it comes to players that talented, it's safe to expect a quick bounce back. Keep them in your lineups and enjoy the production.MORE WEEK 7 DFS: | |Note: Check back all week leading up to kickoff, as we'll continue to update our WR rankings and add analysis based on the latest news and injuries.Week 7 Fantasy WR Rankings (Standard)These rankings are for non-PPR leagues. Rank Player 1DeAndre Hopkins, ARI vs. SEA2Kenny Golladay, DET @ ATL3Calvin Ridley, ATL vs. DET4Davante Adams, GB @ HOU5Tyreek Hill, KC @ DEN6DK Metcalf, SEA @ ARI7Julio Jones, ATL vs. DET8Chris Godwin, TB @ LV9Mike Evans, TB @ LV10Terry McLaurin, WAS vs. DAL11A.J. Brown, TEN vs. PIT12DJ Chark, JAX @ LAC13Stefon Diggs, BUF @ NYJ14Robby Anderson, CAR @ NO15Keenan Allen, LAC vs. JAX16Tyler Boyd, CIN vs. CLE17Odell Beckham Jr., CLE @ CIN.OBJ caught just two-of-four targets for 25 yards last week, but when he faced the Browns in Week 2, he hauled in four pa ses for 74 yards and a TD. Beckham's targets had been steady until last week (7.8/game in Weeks 1-5), Kennys Vargas Jersey so he's in a good spot to bounce back in a neutral-to-favorable matchup.18Tyler Lockett, SEA @ ARI19Amari Cooper, DAL @ WAS20Allen Robinson, CHI @ LAR.Fantasy owners always get nervous when their WRs are facing "shutdown corners" like Jalen Ramsey, but No. 1 receivers have had some succe s against the Rams this year. Amari Cooper (10-81), Stefon Diggs (4-49, TD), and Deebo Samuel (6-66, TD) had decent games, and while Cooper racked up some numbers in garbage time and most of Samuel's completions came behind the line of scrimmage, it's still fair to expect a decent game from someone who's targeted as often as Robinson (at least Willians Astudillo Jersey nine in every game this year).21Will Fuller V, HOU vs. GB22JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT @ TEN.We might have Smith-Schuster overranked here, as his season high is 69 receiving yards, and over the past four games, he's averaged 4.3 catches for 31.3 yards. He's saved his value, or at least the perception of his value, with three total TDs and a two-point conversion on the year. Still, it's troubling that JuJu has seen a decline in production with Diontae Johnson (back) out, and it seems as if rookie Chase Claypool has pa sed him as the primary down-field threat. We're not going to completely write off JuJu, especially in a favorable matchup against a Titans defense allowing over 26.2 fantasy points per game to WRs, but his WR2 status is hanging by a thread.23Christian Kirk, ARI vs. SEA24Darius Slayton, NYG @ PHI.Slayton has had three good games and three poor games, and given the stalene s of the Giants offense, it's tough to make him much more than a WR3 in anything but the most favorable matchups. Philadelphia technically qualifies as a favorable matchup, as it allows the seventh-most FPPG to WRs, though it's important to note that those numbers are a bit inflated because of a couple WR rushing touchdowns. Nonethele s, Slayton remains New York's top wide receiver (even if Sterling Shepard returns from his toe injury) and most likely to score, so he's worth using this week.25Tee Higgins, CIN vs. CLE.Higgins has averaged 4.4 catches and 7.6 targets per game since the start of Week 2, and he's coming off the first 100-yard game of his career. Cleveland Taylor Rogers Jersey has been better against the pa s the past two weeks, but it still ranks it the top five in FPPG allowed to WRs. Higgins has earned his spot as a WR3, especially in favorable matchups like this.26Diontae Johnson, PIT @ TEN.Johnson (back) is expected to return after a week off, but it's unclear if he'll have the same role that netted him 17 targets in the only two full games he's played this year. Chase Claypool has emerged and will continue to siphon targets, but Johnson still figures to get the most looks on underneath routes. That doesn't always translate to a lot of yards, but Johnson still has upside in this favorable matchup.27Marvin Jones, DET @ ATL.Jones has turned in two straight games with single-digit yardage, so this ranking is all about the matchup. Atlanta entered Week 5 allowing the seventh-most FPPG to WRs and promptly gave up a combined 217 yards and three TDs to Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson. Jones is overdue for one of his patented big plays, and this is the type matchup he typically does it in.28Cooper Kupp, LAR vs. CHI.Kupp busted in Week 6, but he dropped a sure touchdown and lost another potential long gain in the lights. He still had nine targets, though, giving him an average of 8.5 over the past four games. Kupp will get going again eventually, and even though Chicago boasts a top-10 pa s defense, it gave up at least 77 yards to both of Carolina's top receivers last week. The Rams have a similar 1-2 punch, so both Kupp and Robert Woods are in play as WR3s.29Mike Williams, LAC vs. JAX.Williams is coming off a five-game, 109-yard, two-TD Byron Buxton Jersey game prior to the Chargers' bye, and while he was certainly aided by Keenan Allen (back) exiting early, Williams still showed off his big-play/jump-ball ability on several occasions. He's a cla sic "it only takes one" receiver, and against the Jags, who were just burned for over 100 yards by the similarly skilled Kenny Golladay, Williams will have at least a few chances to make big plays.30Robert Woods, LAR vs. CHI.See Cooper Kupp.31Tre'Quan Smith, NO vs. CAR.32CeeDee Lamb, DAL @ WAS33D.J. Moore, CAR @ NO34Travis Fulgham, PHI vs. NYG35Tim Patrick, DEN vs. KC36Cole Beasley, BUF @ NYJ37Chase Claypool, PIT @ TEN38Brandon Aiyuk, SF @ NE39


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