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    Peoria VooDooo 10.00
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    America's Team 10.00
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  • Player Notes
    DeSean Jackson Oct 21 2:50pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) is set to return to the field in Week 7 against the New York Giants. Jackson has been limited to three games so far this season, catching 10 passes for 121 yards on 20 targets. He'll likely be looked at as the team's top receiving threat, which could be an issue facing off the Giants and defensive back James Bradberry. The potential matchup with Bradberry combined with the general struggles of the Eagles offense and Jackson's ever-present risk of re-injury make him just a WR5 in this one.

    From RotoBaller

    Allen Robinson Oct 21 2:50pm ET

    Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II may have his toughest test of the season against the Rams in Week 7. Los Angeles heads into the Monday night matchup allowing the fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers this season. They have allowed only one receiver to post 100 yards against them and no opposing pass-catcher has posted more than 13 fantasy points in one game. Robinson leads the Bears with 474 yards and is averaging 11 targets a game. The matchup is difficult but the Bears will need Robinson to produce if they have any hopes of winning in Week 7. Robinson will carry shaky WR2 value against the Rams this week.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick Foles Oct 21 2:40pm ET

    Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles will face a Rams Defense in Week 7 that is allowing the seventh fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks this season. Foles took over for Mitchell Trubisky 2.5 games ago and the results have been mediocre at best. The Bears offense has struggled in the running game and the vertical passing game has lacked any semblance of explosion. The Rams defense has allowed only eight passing touchdowns through its first six games and only two quarterbacks have eclipsed 20+ fantasy points against them. Foles has not thrown for multiple touchdowns since replacing Trubisky midway through the third quarter of the Falcons game in Week 3. Foles will carry a low ceiling against Aaron Donald and a tough Rams defense in Week 7.

    From RotoBaller

    Greg Ward Oct 21 2:40pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward is not a particularly good choice for Week 7 starting lineups. Ward spent some time earlier in the season looking like quarterback Carson Wentz's go-to target, but he caught just two passes for 19 yards on three targets in last week's loss. For the season, Ward has 24 catches on 34 targets, totaling 191 yards. He's an important piece of the Eagles offense on the field, but he's not getting the volume or producing in a way that makes him particularly significant in fantasy leagues. He's a WR5 with a tiny bit of touchdown upside.

    From RotoBaller

    David Montgomery Oct 21 2:40pm ET

    Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery will try and lead a running game that has struggled mightily the past few weeks heading into the team's Monday Night Football matchup against the Rams. The second-year running back has posted 50+ all -purpose yards in every game this season but has posted over 60 rushing yards twice. He will go up against a Rams Defense that is allowing the 12th fewest fantasy points to opposing backs this season and have not allowed a running back to post more than 10 fantasy points against them since Week 3. Montgomery will be the featured back in Week 7 but the Bears lack of production in the running game will hurt his value against the Rams.

    From RotoBaller

    Miles Sanders Oct 21 2:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott will lead the Eagles back field in Week 7 with Miles Sanders (knee) officially declared out. Scott had the backfield to himself in Week 1 and only received 11 touches, but he did temporarily have to leave the game due to injury. Still, he has failed to flash the way he did at the end of last season, as he's run the ball 21 times for just 67 yards and made seven catches for 48 yards. Some of that has been his fault while some has been the fault of the Eagles offense as a whole. The offensive line hasn't played well, and everyone else on offense has followed that pattern. Scott should get enough work to fall into the RB2 ranks, but he's by no means a direct replacement for Sanders' production.

    From RotoBaller

    Corey Clement Oct 21 2:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement will see some more work than usual in Week 7 against the New York Giants. With Miles Sanders (knee) and several others out for Thursday Night Football, Clement will work behind Boston Scott but should still see a significant amount of work in the Eagles backfield. Anyone physically able to catch an American football will likely have some kind of role in this one, as the list of injuries on the Eagles roster seems to be almost as long as the list of available players. Clement may work passing downs while Scott works early downs, but their actual usage remains to be seen. It's possible Sanders will miss Week 8 as well, so Clement is worth a speculative add just in case his role ends up being more significant than expected.

    From RotoBaller

    Le'Veon Bell Oct 21 2:10pm ET

    Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that newly signed running back Le'Veon Bell will practice with the team on Wednesday, but the Chiefs aren't tipping their hand in terms of Bell's availability for Week 7 against the Broncos. "We will take it day by day...really we got to just have good communication between coach and player to see where he is at, but he'll be in at practice and we will see how he does," Reid said, via Hayley Lewis of KSHB Kansas City. Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire went off for 161 yards on 26 carries on Monday night against Buffalo, but Bell will add another dimension to an offense filled with big-time playmakers. Bell could see plenty of matchups against linebackers in space on passing downs, with the rookie mainly working early downs. Until we get a better idea of Bell's role with his new squad, he'll be a shaky RB3/flex in PPR leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Carson Wentz Oct 21 1:50pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is a middling QB2 option in Week 7's Thursday Night Football matchup against the New York Giants. Wentz scored three touchdowns last week, throwing for 213 yards and two scores and running for 49 yards and another touchdown, but it was still an overall struggle for him and the Eagles offense. He'll be playing with a group of replacements again this week, with Zach Ertz (ankle) and Miles Sanders (knee) both expected to miss the game. DeSean Jackson is expected back, but no one ever knows how much of a game he'll make it through, and he may be limited regardless. This has all the makings of an ugly, low-scoring game, making Wentz a bad choice in standard leagues and just an okay choice even in 2QB formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Denzel Mims Oct 21 1:40pm ET

    New York Jets head coach Adam Gase said there's a chance that rookie wide receiver Denzel Mims (hamstring) plays in Week 7 against the Bills "as long as we don't have any setbacks." The second-round pick has yet to make his NFL debut for the winless Jets, but it may come this weekend against Buffalo. New York has nothing to lose at this point and should be looking to get Mims involved the rest of the way, but nobody outside of receiver Jamison Crowder can be trusted for fantasy lineups right now. Mims will be fighting for targets among Breshad Perriman, Jeff Smith and Braxton Berrios when he steps on the field for the first time. The rookie should remain on most single-year waiver wires for now, but he's a name to keep an eye on heading into the second half of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Lambo Oct 21 1:40pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo (hip) has been designated to return from Injured Reserve after missing the last four weeks with a left hip injury. The Jaguars have used a revolving door at kicker ever since Lambo was put on IR four weeks ago. They went with Jon Brown, who had never previously kicked in the NFL, in Week 6. In his two games before his hip injury, Lambo made all three of his field-goal attempts and six of his seven extra points. The Chargers Defense, Jacksonville's Week 7 opponent, has allowed the third-most fantasy points per week to kickers, but Lambo just won't be a very trustworthy option coming off injury for an inconsistent Jaguars offense.

    From RotoBaller

    Alshon Jeffery Oct 21 1:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) and defensive tackle Malik Jackson (quadriceps) have been ruled out for Thursday night against the Giants. While Jeffery has been limited in practice the last couple of weeks, he has yet to make his 2020 debut after offseason surgery. The oft-injured 30-year-old will eventually be a starter for the Eagles as they work him back in, though, so he's worth stashing for receiver depth in deeper leagues. He could very well make his debut in Week 8 against the Cowboys and their awful defense. DeSean Jackson (hamstring) is on track to make his return on Thursday after a three-game absence, which could be bad news for Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward and rookie John Hightower.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Lambo Oct 21 1:13pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars PK Josh Lambo (hip) has been designated to return from the Reserve/Injured list. The team will have 21 days to add him to the active roster.

    From TheHuddle

    Sam Darnold Oct 21 12:33pm ET

    New York Jets QB Sam Darnold (shoulder) will be limited in practice Wednesday, Oct. 21.

    Fantasy Spin: That's a good sign, neither Darnold or Joe Flacco are starting options in fantasy against the Buffalo Bills this week.

    From TheHuddle

    DeSean Jackson Oct 21 12:23pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring) is expected to play in Week 7 Thursday, Oct. 22.

    Fantasy Spin: D-Jax will be a WR3 with some upside against the New York Giants with the Eagles missing Miles Sanders, Zach Ertz and Alshon Jeffery.

    From TheHuddle

    Alshon Jeffery Oct 21 12:23pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles OT Lane Johnson (ankle), CB Avonte Maddox (ankle) and LB Duke Riley (ribs) are expected to play in Week 7. WR Alshon Jeffery (foot) and DT Malik Jackson (quadriceps) have been ruled out.

    From TheHuddle

    Sam Darnold Oct 21 12:20pm ET

    New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder) will be limited in practice on Wednesday. It's a positive step for Darnold, who has missed the last two games with a sprained shoulder. Even if the 23-year-old gets cleared to return to the field this Sunday, he'll be hard to trust as a low-end QB2 in superflex leagues against the Bills. Darnold was 21-for-35 for 215 yards, one touchdown and an interception in the 27-17 loss to Buffalo back in Week 1. Veteran Joe Flacco hasn't been any better in the last two games in place of Darnold, going 39-for-77 for 381 yards, one touchdown and an interception against the Cardinals and Dolphins. The only player you should be using in your starting lineups for the 0-6 Jets is wide receiver Jamison Crowder.

    From RotoBaller

    Lamar Jackson Oct 21 12:20pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's passing numbers are down across the board through six weeks this season, from completion rate to passing yards and touchdowns, but he says it has nothing to do with his mechanics. Jackson's sidearm delivery has been scrutinized over the last three seasons, but quarterbacks coach James Urban isn't worried about Jackson's delivery. Last year's MVP ranks 24th in completion rate (63 percent), 25th in passing yards (1,135), 23rd in yards per attempt (7.01) and 14th in passer rating (99.2). He ranks 13th with 10 touchdown passes after leading the league in 2019. Baltimore doesn't seem too worried, but it's certainly not the start Jackson's fantasy managers were hoping for. Hopefully he'll pick it up in the passing department after the team's Week 7 bye, but Jackson remains a high-end QB1 for his elite rushing ability.

    From RotoBaller

    Zach Ertz Oct 21 12:13pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz (ankle) was ruled out for Week 7.

    Fantasy Spin: No surprise here, as he is likely out three to four weeks with a high-ankle sprain. There was no word on Dallas Goedert (ankle), who remains on IR. He would be a mid-to-low TE1 in Ertz's stead if he makes it back. Otherwise, Richard Rodgers is a bye-week filler.

    From TheHuddle

    Alshon Jeffery Oct 21 12:10pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said it would be hard to get wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) ready on a short week against the Giants on Thursday night. Jeffery has been limited so far in practice this week, but the Eagles remain cautious with him since he has yet to play in 2020 while coming off foot surgery. The good news is that Philly could get DeSean Jackson (hamstring) back in Week 7. Regardless, Travis Fulgham remains the most attractive fantasy wideout for the Eagles against a shaky Giants Defense on Thursday night. Rookie John Hightower and Greg Ward will also see playing time even if Jackson is active. Jeffery could return in Week 8 against the Cowboys and is a stash option for receiver depth.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 7
    Giants43.5u
    Eagles-4.0
    Thu 8:20pm ET
    Lions56.5u
    Falcons-2.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Browns50.5u
    Bengals+3.0
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Steelers51.5u
    Titans+2.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Panthers51.5u
    Saints-7.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Bills45.5u
    Jets+13.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Cowboys45.5u
    FB Team-1.0
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Packers56.5u
    Texans+3.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Seahawks55.5u
    Cardinals+3.5
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Chiefs48.5u
    Broncos+10.0
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    49ers45.5u
    Patriots-2.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Jaguars49.5u
    Chargers-7.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Buccaneers53.5u
    Raiders+3.0
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Bears46.5u
    Rams-5.5
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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