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  • Player Notes
    George Kittle Oct 25 9:10pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught five of his seven targets for 55 yards in Week 7 against the New England Patriots. It was a solid PPR game for Kittle, though a bit disappointing in non-PPR leagues. The 49ers crushed the Patriots in the game, winning 33-6, and they leaned heavily on their running game in the victory. All four of the team's offensive touchdowns came on the ground. While quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo didn't throw a touchdown pass in the game, he did play relatively well, completing 20 of his 25 passes, which is a good sign for Kittle going forward.

    From RotoBaller

    San Francisco 49ers Oct 25 9:10pm ET

    The 49ers Defense turned in their second-straight dominant defensive performance in Week 7. They held the New England Patriots to 241 total yards and just six points. They also came up with four interceptions and two sacks in the game. The strong showing from the 49ers Defense comes a week after they held the Los Angeles Rams to just 16 points. The unit is truly showing elite potential at this point. Unfortunately, they have a tough matchup against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in Week 8. It will be tough to trust them in that game, so you may have to drop them in standard leagues, but make sure to have them on your radar when the matchups get better.

    From RotoBaller

    Cleveland Browns Oct 25 9:00pm ET

    The Cleveland Browns Defense forced two turnovers and notched four sacks in a 37-34 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7. Cleveland's defense came into the game leading the league in takeaways and added two more to their total, one on a Joe Burrow interception and another on a Myles Garrett strip-sack. While the leaky Cleveland defense allowed the game turned into a shootout, they at least managed to be productive along the way. Garrett, of course, led the way with two sacks and the forced fumble. The Browns will look to stay hot in Week 8 when they face the Las Vegas Raiders at home.

    From RotoBaller

    Brandon Aiyuk Oct 25 9:00pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers rookie wide receiver Brandon Aiyukhad a fantastic game in Week 7 against the New England Patriots. He caught six of his seven targets for a team-high 115 yards. He was a favorite target of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in the game. Aiyuk tied with George Kittle for the team lead in targets. He had two more targets than the team's No. 1 receiver, Deebo Samuel. Aiyuk has flashed some big play abilities during his rookie year, but this was his first time with over 100 yards in a game. He's someone worth watching closely and is worth owning in deep leagues, though the production overall might be a bit inconsistent.

    From RotoBaller

    Deebo Samuel Oct 25 9:00pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel caught all five of his targets for 65 yards in Week 7 against the New England Patriots. He also had three rushes for seven yards in the game. It was a decent game overall for Samuel, though he was overshadowed by rookie Brandon Aiyuk, who had six catches for 115 yards on seven targets. The 49ers leaned heavily on their run game in their 33-6 Week 7 win, with all four of their offensive touchdowns coming on the ground. Samuel should do better in games that are a bit more competitive where they need him more. Keep rolling him out there as a solid WR3 going forward.

    From RotoBaller

    JaMycal Hasty Oct 25 8:50pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers rookie running back JaMycal Hasty had an efficient game in the team's 33-6 win over the New England Patriots in Week 7. Hasty carried the ball nine times for 57 yards and caught his only target for 16 yards. The team leaned heavily on Jeff Wilson Jr. (ankle) in the game as Wilson had 17 carries for 112 yards and three touchdowns before leaving the game with an ankle injury. It's likely that Wilson will be out next week, which makes Hasty an intriguing option on the waiver wire. Jerick McKinnon surprisingly only saw three carries in this game, so Hasty appears to be the team's top healthy back as we look forward to Week 8.

    From RotoBaller

    D.J. Chark Oct 25 8:50pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. recorded just one catch for 26 yards in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Chark was targeted a team-high seven times, though, so we can chalk this up to some combination of poor play from him and quarterback Gardner Minshew II. His usage in this offense still makes him a solid WR3 play going forward, but there's plenty of volatility when you play in an offense like Jacksonville's.

    From RotoBaller

    Darren Waller Oct 25 8:50pm ET

    Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller had another solid outing, catching six passes on nine targets for 50 yards and a touchdown against the Buccaneers. He has seen the most targets in almost every game this season, and today was another example of that. The Buccaneers are one of the best defenses in the league, and Waller showed that he could produce despite the difficult matchup. He will have an easier matchup next week against the Browns, and they certainly do not have a linebacker or safety that is capable of defending Waller for four quarters. Expect another big performance from him next week.

    From RotoBaller

    Jerick McKinnon Oct 25 8:50pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jerick McKinnon was used sparingly in the team's 33-6 win over the New England Patriots. McKinnon just saw three carries in the game, which resulted in negative one rushing yard. He didn't earn a single target in the passing game. It was a surprising development as the team was expected to feature McKinnon as their primary back with Raheem Mostert (ankle) out. The 49ers instead rode Jeff Wilson Jr. (ankle) all game long, giving him 17 carries before he left with an ankle injury of his own. Rookie JaMycal Hasty also had nine carries in the game. Wilson appears likely to miss Week 8 with what could be a high ankle sprain, but it's going to be hard to trust McKinnon after this week's showing.

    From RotoBaller

    Donovan Peoples-Jones Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones turned in a solid afternoon in a 37-34 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7. He finished the game with three catches for 56 yards and a touchdown after coming into the game looking for his first NFL catch. Peoples-Jones made his first career touchdown a big one as he caught the game-winning score with 15 seconds left on the clock. Peoples-Jones should ascend to the No. 3 receiver chair in Cleveland with Odell Beckham Jr. expected to miss an extended period of time with what is feared to be a serious knee injury. Peoples-Jones will look for his second NFL touchdown in Week 8 against the Las Vegas Raiders.

    From RotoBaller

    Hunter Henry Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry continues to struggle and only had three receptions for 23 yards in Week 7 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. Henry started the season on a good note and although he hasn't been bad, he hasn't been putting up any numbers to write home about. Henry has TE1 potential and his biggest issue throughout his career has been staying healthy, but he has proven to be healthy so far. Henry will draw a tough matchup in Week 8 against a Denver Broncos Defense that held Travis Kelce to just 31 yards in Week 7. Henry remains a low-end TE1 at a position that hasn't provided many options to managers in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    Jimmy Garoppolo Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a decent game overall against the New England Patriots in Week 7. Unfortunately, it didn't result in a solid fantasy day. Garoppolo completed 20 of 25 passes for 277 yards. He was unable to throw a touchdown pass in the game and he had two interceptions. The 49ers cruised to a 33-6 victory in the game, but all four of their offensive touchdowns came on the ground. Garoppolo threw three touchdown passes against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 6, his best fantasy game of the year so far. He should be able to have success in fantasy terms next week, when he faces a weak Seattle Seahawks secondary.

    From RotoBaller

    Laviska Shenault Jr. Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    On a day where the passing yards just weren't happening, Jacksonville Jaguars rookie wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. caught three passes for a team-high 44 yards in a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Consistency is an issue for this offense, which is reportedly mulling a quarterback change. For now, Shenault hasn't proved that he's ready to be a weekly fantasy starter, though he's worth a roster spot in deeper leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Harrison Bryant Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    Cleveland Browns tight end Harrison Bryant caught four of five targets for 56 yards and two touchdowns in a 37-34 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7. Many expected David Njoku to pick up most of the tight end work with Austin Hooper missing Sunday's game due to an emergency appendectomy but it was Bryant instead who drew the start and out-produced the veteran Njoku. The rookie tight end finished second on Cleveland in receiving while finding the end zone for the third time in his debut season. Bryant will be on the streaming radar in Week 8 if Hooper isn't healthy enough to face the Las Vegas Raiders.

    From RotoBaller

    Henry Ruggs III Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III caught just two passes on three targets for 35 yards in a Sunday loss against the Buccaneers. We have seen that Ruggs' value lies with the big play, and he was not able to get loose in this stingy Buccaneers secondary. Ruggs is averaging just two receptions per game in the four games he has played this season, so that makes him an unreliable fantasy starter. He matches up against the Browns next week, who have been prone to giving up big plays. Ruggs has potential to bounce back in Week 8, but he will likely have to do so by grabbing a deep ball or two.

    From RotoBaller

    Jeff Wilson Oct 25 8:40pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. (ankle) carried the offense in the team's Week 7 win over the New England Patriots. He rushed the ball 17 times for 112 yards and three touchdowns. Unfortunately, while scoring his third touchdown, he suffered an ankle injury that appears to be somewhat significant, potentially a high ankle sprain. It's an unfortunate development for Wilson after such a strong performance. Jerick McKinnon was presumed to be the team's primary back in Week 7, but he rushed just three times for negative one yards. With Wilson likely to miss next week, the 49ers will probably be going with a mix of McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty when they face the Seattle Seahawks.

    From RotoBaller

    Keenan Allen Oct 25 8:30pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen continues to be a target machine for rookie quarterback Justin Herbert. Allen left the Chargers last game with a back injury in Week 5, but looked healthy in Week 7 versus the Jaguars. Allen was a sponge on Sunday and caught 10 of his 13 targets for 125 yards. Allen has been on a roll since the Chargers swapped out quarterback Tyrod Taylor for Herbert and has been performing as a WR1 during that time. Herbert and Allen have a clear connection and he is the Chargers top passing option on a weekly basis. Allen will be a WR1/WR2 versus the Broncos in Week 8.

    From RotoBaller

    Mike Williams Oct 25 8:30pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams did little to help fantasy managers in Week 7 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. Williams was coming off of his best performance of the season in Week 5, but only posted one reception for four yards on Sunday. Williams has proven that he has big play potential, but he has also been inconsistent throughout his young career. Williams should be treated as a WR4/WR5 with upside in weekly leagues. The big receiver will look to get back on track against the Broncos in Week 8.

    From RotoBaller

    James Robinson Oct 25 8:30pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back James Robinson scored a pair of touchdowns in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. He had 22 carries for 119 yards and one score, then added 18 receiving yards and a touchdown on four receptions. Really the only consistent source of production on this Jaguars team, Robinson is a pretty dependable RB2 play this point thanks to the lack of competition for touches on this offense.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Jackson Oct 25 8:20pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers running back Justin Jackson picked up his second straight start in Week 7. Jackson took advantage of his playing time with starter Austin Ekeler (hamstring) sidelined in Week 5, but he didn't do much on the ground against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Jackson was only able to muster 12 yards on five carries, but he salvaged his day for managers with five receptions for 43 yards. Jackson will continue to split work with rookie running back Joshua Kelley, but Kelley also struggled on Sunday. Neither Kelley or Jackson has made their case to be the backup when Ekeler returns, but the duo will remain the backfield options in the meantime. Jackson will be a low-end flex in Week 8 against the Denver Broncos.

    From RotoBaller

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