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    Chase Edmonds Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds had five carries for 34 yards and caught two balls for 33 yards and a touchdown in the Week 6 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Edmonds pitched in even with running back David Johnson (back) handling a full workload. Edmonds needs to be owned, but he's not likely to see enough work to continue to be in the flex discussion. The Cards have a solid matchup against the New York Giants next week, which could give Edmonds another chance to contribute.

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    Kyler Murray Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray was 27-for-37 for 340 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6. He also added 32 rushing yards on 11 carries. Murray took some rare shots down the field as he connected on passes of 58 yards and 38 yards. Murray has placed himself in the low-end QB1 range, and he'll have a great matchup against the New York Giants next week.

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    Larry Fitzgerald Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald caught six balls for 69 yards in Week 6 against the Atlanta Falcons. He tied for the team high in receptions (six) and targets (eight) with running back David Johnson. He's averaging around five catches for 60 yards per game, and he has just two touchdowns on the year. Fitz will have a great matchup against the New York Giants next week. He'll be a low-end WR2 in point-per-reception leagues and a WR3 in others.

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    David Johnson Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (back) delivered a score through the air and on the ground in Week 6 against the Atlanta Falcons. He rushed 12 times for 34 yards and caught six balls for 68 yards. There was fear that he would be limited due to his back ailment, but that was clearly not the case. He'll have another solid matchup against the New York Giants next week, and DJ will be a midrange RB1 option.

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    KeeSean Johnson Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Keesean Johnson had just two catches for 14 yards in Week 6. He was targeted five times in the game. He has 14 catches for 131 yards on the season and isn't worth owning outside of dynasty formats.

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    Darrell Henderson Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Los Angeles Rams running back Darrell Henderson rushed six times for 39 yards in Week 6, but he lost a key fumble to open the second half. He also added one catch for nine yards. There's no indication if running back Todd Gurley (quadriceps) will be back next week. If he's unable to go, Henderson will again receive flex consideration in a tough matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.

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    Malcolm Brown Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown rushed 11 times for 40 yards in the Week 6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He was not targeted in the passing game. It was a disappointing showing as he was the lead back with Todd Gurley (quadriceps) out. There's no indication if Gurley will be back next week. Brown will have a shaky matchup against the decent run defense of the Atlanta Falcons, but he'll at least be worth flex consideration.

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    Royce Freeman Oct 14 12:30am ET

    Denver Broncos running back Royce Freeman continues to find a bulk of his production in the receiving game during the 2019 season, defining a new role for him in the team's offense. In a Week 6 win against the Tennessee Titans, the former Oregon Duck tallied 76 all-purpose yards, with 42 of those yards coming on five catches out of the backfield. Freeman's continued volume in the passing game makes him an intriguing flex option in PPR leagues, as owners have a short timeline to decide if they are going to start him against Kansas City on Thursday night.

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    Alexander Mattison Oct 13 11:00pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison carried 14 times for 63 yards in Week 7's 38-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. He only received two fewer carries than Dalvin Cook even though this was a relatively pass-heavy game and he outgained Cook on the ground by 22 yards. Mattison is emerging as a desperation RB3-play and remains one of the top handcuffs in fantasy football. He still shouldn't be started in standard leagues in Week 7 against the Detroit Lions.

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    Adam Thielen Oct 13 10:50pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen caught 6-of-8 targets for 57 yards and one receiving touchdown in Week 7's 38-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Thielen and Kirk Cousins connected on a six-yard touchdown in the first quarter but it was all Stefon Diggs and his career-best day from there (seven catches for 167 yards and three touchdowns). Thielen and Diggs feasted on the Eagles' weakened secondary but will face a much stiffer test against Darius Slay and the Detroit Lions in Week 7. Start Thielen as a high-end WR2 in that matchup.

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    Jaron Brown Oct 13 10:30pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown got the chance to step up on Sunday, and he took full advantage. With Seattle losing tight end Will Dissly to an Achilles injury early in the game, Brown's number got called multiple times in the red zone. He gathered up three passes on the day, two of which came while he was standing in the promised land. After Brown became one of Russell Wilson's favorite red zone targets last year following an injury to Dissly, he had basically been an afterthought so far in 2019. While Dissly's injury is heartbreaking and painful in the fantasy community, it wouldn't be a shock to see Brown get the valuable bump once again this year.

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    Tedric Thompson Oct 13 10:30pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks safety Tedric Thompson must practice sprawling tip drills at home. A week after making an unbelievable bobbling interception to help put away the Rams, Thompson was on the receiving end again when he laid out in the his own end zone to snag a tipped pass just before it landed on the turf. This time, the refs gave him the benefit of the doubt and let him run it out to the 17-yard line. The Seahawks Defense didn't hold Cleveland to a pretty number of points, but they racked up the extracurriculars in the form of three interceptions, a fumble recovery, and a blocked punt. They're no Legion of Boom, but they're also 5-1 on the season, so they're doing something right.

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    Dalvin Cook Oct 13 10:30pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook carried 16 times for 41 yards and a touchdown in a Week 6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Cook also caught both of his targets for 13 receiving yards. The Vikings opted to win this game through the air and it worked, though Cook's fantasy owners would've liked to see him a little more involved in the passing game. Cook remains an elite RB1 play moving forward and should be started with confidence against the Detroit Lions in Week 7.

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    Jason Myers Oct 13 10:30pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had an exciting day on Sunday as he put the team in a bit of a tough spot. Myers sliced the extra point on the team's first score of the day, forcing Seattle to make some difficult choices as the ballgame wore on. The Seahawks would fail on a two-point conversion after their second score and end up winning the game by four, an awkward amount. Fortunately, Myers was money on field goal tries, as he nailed a pair of easy kicks. Myers is now 5-for-7 on field goals this season with his longest make coming from 42 yards out, and he's knocked down 18 of 19 extra point tries.

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    D.K. Metcalf Oct 13 10:20pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf hauled in another pass longer than 25 yards when he brought in a 30-yarder on the team's first drive of the day. This time, instead of a bomb falling gently into his arms in space, Metcalf caught a short slant and fought his way through a couple of tacklers before a gang of Browns defenders pushed him out of bounds. Metcalf also caught four of five passes slung his way this week, his highest catch percentage this season. Metcalf is showing some growth for Seattle, and when combined with his ridiculous measurables, he could be a superstar in the league if he can regularly catch the ball.

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    Tyler Lockett Oct 13 10:20pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett continues to be the pride of possession receivers. Lockett brought in all five passes sent his way in Week 6, tallying 75 yards. Lockett has now caught 24 of 27 passes thrown to him this year, and he deserves quite a bit of credit for Russell Wilson's ridiculous efficiency numbers. Lockett still struggles to find the end zone on a regular basis because Wilson excels at spreading the ball all around, but he's as dependable a receiver as exists in the league. Expect Lockett to continue to put up rock solid performances from here on out, and he'll get some scores eventually.

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    Dante Pettis Oct 13 10:10pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis secured three of six targets for 45 yards in Week 6 against the Los Angeles Rams. The stat line is trivial for most wideouts but this was Pettis highest yardage total in 2019. The Niners have leaned heavily on the rushing attack all season, rendering all pass-catchers marginal outside of tight end George Kittle. Positively, Pettis has played progressively more each week and should continue seeing the field regularly. But until it translates into fantasy relevant numbers, Pettis shouldnt be owned outside of the most desperate rosters.

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    Stefon Diggs Oct 13 10:10pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught 7-of-11 targets for 167 yards and three touchdowns in Week 6's 38-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. He also had two carries for 18 yards in the win. Diggs and Cousins were feeling the chemistry today as they connected for scores of 62 yards and 51 yards in addition to a gorgeous toe-tap touchdown for a red-zone score in the third quarter. This week served as a reminder that Diggs is a weekly WR1 threat, but he still remains a volatile play in an offense that likes to lean on the run. Diggs should be viewed as a solid WR2 heading into Week 7's matchup against the Detroit Lions and their tough secondary.

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    Chris Carson Oct 13 10:00pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson carried the ball 24 times on Sunday, tallying 124 yards and a touchdown. It makes the third straight game where Carson has cleared the century mark, and the 5.2 YPC was his best mark of the season. Carson also caught four passes for another 35 yards, and his touchdown was the crucial game-winning score late in the fourth quarter. Carson has already racked up 504 yards on the ground this season, and his 19 receptions are just one shy of the total number he had all of last year. Seattle's offense has been rolling this season, and Carson is a critical part of why. Expect him to continue to carry the rock often.

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    Jimmy Garoppolo Oct 13 10:00pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo completed 24 of 33 passes for 243 scoreless yards in Week 6 against the Los Angeles Rams. He also threw a pick and lost a fumble. Jimmy G was once against careless with the football, committing his seventh turnover in five contests. Fortunately, the Niners secured the victory. The sixth-year signal caller has been extremely shaky this season but his team remains undefeated. With the offenses heavy emphasis on the run game, Garoppolo is a tough trust in fantasy. Hell be a QB2 with upside against the Washington Redskins in Week 7.

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    Patriots35
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    Buccaneers26
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    Browns28
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    Chiefs24
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    Dolphins16
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    Vikings38
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    Jaguars6
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    Bengals17
    Ravens23
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    49ers20
    Rams7
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    Cardinals34
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    Broncos16
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    Cowboys22
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