Week 7: Get 'Em In, Get 'Em Out

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YOU'RE WELCOME.  That is for the little tip I gave you last week about actually putting Stefon Diggs in your lineups.  What a home run call that was.  Now let's see if we can hit a grand slam in Week 7.

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Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos

  • Get 'Em In
    • Courtland Sutton - Sutton has now clearly established himself as the playmaker of the Broncos' offense.  If only he could get a legitimate quarterback, he has the potential to become a top wideout in the NFL.  Regardless, even with Joe Flacco tossing him the pigskin he is making plays.  On Thursday Night Football he gets the Chiefs visiting Mile High, who are undoubtedly susceptible to their fair share of big plays.  Sutton has seen no less than seven targets in a game this season, and I like his chances of getting at least ten this week when Denver will probably be chasing some points.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Phillip Lindsay - On paper, this seems like a really good matchup.  Short weeks tend to lean on the running game, and the Chiefs currently have the 25th ranked rush defense in the league.  I am sure Denver will try to play the ball control game as Indianapolis did two weeks ago when they took down the Chiefs, but the Broncos offense has been truly terrible.  The Chiefs will force this game on Flacco's arm, and if they get ahead and Denver needs to play catch up, its Royce Freeman that becomes the stronger play.  He has established himself as the third down back and clearly is the stronger receiver of the two.  Treat Lindsay as a fringe flex play, but give preference to Freeman.

Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills


  • Get 'Em In
    • John Brown - I LOVE Brown this week.  He is my "grand slam" pick for Week 7.  The Bills are fresh off their bye and aren't getting an appetizing matchup with the tanking Dolphins heading into Orchard Park.  Brown has no less than four catches and 51 yards in every game this year, and this week poses his best match-up to date.  The Dolphins have been torched through the air and this could be Josh Allen and John Brown's coming out party.  One thing to monitor, though, is Brown mysteriously showed up on the Injury Report Wednesday with a groin strain.  Monitor this closely.  If he is a go Sunday, give me double digit catches, triple digit receiving yards, and two scores.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Dolphins Wide Receivers - The Dolphins two main pass catching options were decent plays last week.  That being Preston Williams and Devante Parker.  But that was based on the opponent, which was the equally as bad Washington Redskins.  I actually gave Parker a spot start and he rewarded me with a late touchdown.  This week though?  All Miami players go back to the waiver wire.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Cincinnati Bengals



  •  Get 'Em In
    • Leonard Fournette - Leonard Fournette has only found the endzone once this year, yet that has not stopped him from racking up double digit fantasy points every single week.  This week, expect him to find that endzone numerous times and completely run over the Bengals dead-last ranked run defense.  Fournette will be in every single one of my DFS lineups this week, regardless of price, and he should be in yours too.
  • Get 'Em Out
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    • Gardner Minshew - As noted above, the Jaguars will steamroll Cincinnati on the ground.  Minshew should have little reason to throw.  Couple that with the fact Minshew is coming off his worst game where to me it's becoming clear teams have film on him now, and know how to scheme him.  Minshew should be OKAY and probably not turn the ball over, but I think he is nothing but a game manager this week.

Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions


  • Get 'Em In
    • Dalvin Cook - The Cook is in the kitchen this week.  After two weeks of the offense all of a sudden soaring through the air, the Vikings should take back to the ground game this week.  With Darius Slay back for the Lions, mixed with a bottom of the barrel run defense, the Vikings would be wise to reign Kirk Cousins back in and feed the rock to Dalvin Cook.  Cook should easily see over 20 touches this week and should find the end zone for the seventh time this season.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Kenny Golladay - Golladay is really good, but to me he still has not broken out of the area of a matchup play.  I am all over Golladay in most weeks, but there are still some matchups I look at and say no.  If you have a deep bench at Wide Receiver and can move Golladay to it, I would this week, and personally I am.  With Xavier Rhodes slated to be draped all over him, I would only start Golladay if you absolutely have to.

Oakland Raiders @ Green Bay Packers


  • Get 'Em In
    • Marquez Valdes-Scantling - This is a player to keep an eye on up until Sunday.  Scantling becomes a no brainer WR1 this week, as long as Devante Adams does not play.  There is still some hope in Green Bay that he will be able to suit up, so this is a situation worth monitoring.  If Adams is a go, Scantling should be considered a flex play, but if Adams is held out for a third straight week, Scantling rockets to a WR1 against a bad Raiders secondary.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Jimmy Graham - Jimmy Graham is just not good anymore.  The Raiders have been quite poor at defending tight ends, but Graham is just so touchdown dependent he makes for a very risky play.  The issue you may have is the tight end position allover is starved for fantasy production.  If Graham is currently your only option, go see if Luke Willson is still on the waiver wire, as he will be thrust into a starting role in Seattle with Dissly done for the year.  I like him over Graham.

Los Angeles Rams @ Atlanta Falcons



  • Get 'Em In
    • Cooper Kupp - Kupp had his worst output of the year last week with an abysmal four catches for 17 yards.  We are going to chalk that up as an outlier as before that, Kupp had gone five straight games with over 100 yards.  He gets an excellent bounce back opportunity this week against a Falcons team that honestly, looks like it has quit on his coach.  Kupp should torch the Atlanta secondary over and over again Sunday.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Rams Running Backs - Gurley might be back this week, he may not.  Regardless if it's him, Darnell Henderson, or Malcom Brown, I don't love the situation.  If its Gurley, you have to assume he won't be handed the keys to the car and see the ball 25 times.  If it's not, you know Henderson and Brown will share touches also, and the Falcons run defense is not that bad.  This is a game that will be settled through the air, not on the ground.


Houston Texans @ Indianapolis Colts

  • Get 'Em In
    • TY Hilton - Hilton has had two weeks now to nurse his quad injury and should be a full go on Sunday.  The Colts come out of the bye with a divisional matchup with Houston and their 28th ranked pass defense.  They have been torched through the air, and Hilton and Brissett have shown early that they have just fine chemistry.  Fire Hilton up as a WR1.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Eric Ebron - Ebron's last game featured one fantasy point.  That's right, one.  Now, with that said, that's clearly not his usual output, but his usual output this season is not that good either.  Ebron averages only 6.2 fantasy points a game.  Houston, while vulnerable through the air, they are from wideouts, not from the tight end position.  Fade Ebron this week.

San Francisco 49ers @ Washington Redskins



  • Get 'Em In
    • 49ers Defense - It's not often, if ever, I showcase a defense to get into your lineups, but after a beatdown of the defending NFC Champion Rams last week, the 49ers deserve credit as a top unit in the league.  This week they get the one win Redskins, whose one win was last week by the skin of their teeth versus the tanking Dolphins.  The Niners D should be a top play this week.
  • Get 'Em Out 
    • Adrian Peterson- Bill Callahan took over and focused on the run, just as I said he would.  AP had his best week of the year, but again, it was against Miami.  San Francisco will have none of that, and AP could find it tough sledding this week against a 49ers team still trying to prove doubters wrong.

Arizona Cardinals @ New York Giants


  • Get 'Em In
    • Daniel Jones -  Daniel Jones has crashed down to Earth since his coming out party week 3 against Tampa Bay.  He has seen his fantasy points drop each week since then.  But this week poses the Cardinals, whose defense is equally as poor as Tampa's.  There is a strong chance he will have Barkley back behind him which will free up things for him to sling the ball around.  If your quarterback is on a bye, Jones makes for an excellent plug and play, and also a cheap DFS play.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Golden Tate -  Patrick Peterson has been sidelined for six weeks because of suspension, and I am sure will show some rust in his first game back.  But Golden Tate is still only in his second game back.  With Sterling Shepard looking to possibly miss another game with a concussion, the Cardinals could very well have Peterson shadow Tate throughout the game.  Treat Tate as WR3 because of that.

Los Angeles Chargers @ Tennessee Titans


  • Get 'Em In
    • Derrick Henry -This is a volume play.  Do you really think Mike Vrabel is going to sit there and ask Ryan Tannehill to throw the ball 40 times?  They are going to repeatedly turn and hand the ball to Henry.  With that said, the Chargers know that, and I am sure Henry will face loaded boxes all game long.  With the difficulty to bring Henry down on first contact, though, he should still be able to slowly accumulate yardage, and he's typically good for a goal line touchdown.  Henry is every way a RB3/Flex play this week.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Phillip Rivers - Rivers has hit a rut, but it's not all on him.  His team is collapsing around him with injuries, and he is at quite a rough point in the schedule having to face tough defenses like Denver, Pittsburgh, now Tennessee, and next week Chicago.  After Week 8 things will loosen up for Rivers and you can get him back in your lineup, but for now you'd be wise to keep him on your bench.


New Orleans Saints @ Chicago Bears

  • Get 'Em In
    • Michael Thomas - Emmanuel Sanders: 11 catches, 98 yards, and a touchdown.  Paul Richardson: eight catches 83 yards and a touchdown.  Terry McLaurin: six catches 70 yards and a touchdown.  Stefon Diggs: seven catches for 108 yards.  What are all these stats?  These are receivers against the Bears defense this year.  Yes, the Bears defense is a top unit, but wideouts are still getting numbers against their secondary.  Don't out think yourself and bench a player like Thomas because it's the Bears.  Ride your horses.  Keep Thomas in.
  •  Get 'Em Out
    • Allen Robinson -The last three weeks Allen Robinson has looked like the Allen Robinson the Bears signed away from Jacksonville.  Posting lofty numbers and catching anything thrown his way.  On the surface you may look at this matchup and say "Oh the Saints, definitely get Robinson in my lineup."  But as the famous Lee Corso would say, "not so fast my friend".  More than likely the Saints will stick Marcus Lattimore on Robinson for the entirety of Sunday's game.  Lattimore has shut down the likes of Amari Cooper, DJ Chark, and Mike Evans this year.  This will be far from a cake walk for Robinson.

Baltimore Ravens @ Seattle Seahawks



  • Get 'Em In
    • D.K. Metcalf - I told you last week, I am done telling you to put Lockett in your lineup.  He is a mainstay.  So let's go with his counterpart this week.  The Ravens secondary has shown to be beatable this year and Metcalf leads the Seahawks with seven red zone targets already this year.  Now with Tight End Will Dissly done for the year, Metcalf is probably in line to take his targets on also.  Play Metcalf as a high-upside WR3 this week.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Baltimore Ravens Defense - Russell Wilson is playing at an MVP type level through the first six weeks, and while I do not foresee this to be some sort of shoot out, I don't think the stats are going to be there to pad your score if you roll with the Ravens defense.  What I mean by that is Wilson will avoid being sacked and has done an incredible job of protecting the turnover.  Starting the Ravens will be solely accepting the fantasy points for just what they give up.  Not worth it.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys


  • Get 'Em In
    • Michael Gallup - The Eagles secondary is ranked dead last in the league.  Michael Gallup is currently the Cowboys "healthiest" receiver.  Notice the quotations around healthiest, as Gallup did not practice yesterday and is still only a few weeks out from arthroscopic knee surgery.  Gallup should be good to go by Sunday night, and if he is, he should be a WR1 as long as that knee holds up.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Alshon Jeffrey - The 92 yard touchdown the Cowboys gave up last week to Robby Anderson was the first of its kind this year for the Cowboys defense.  The defense has not been great by any means, but what they do limit is big plays.  They only allow small plays in front of them and play with the bend, don't break mentality.  Jeffrey should not find any explosive plays, and typically it's Zach Ertz doing damage to Dallas.  Temper expectations with Alshon this week.

New England Patriots @ New York Jets



  • Get 'Em In
    • Jamison Crowder - The Patriots will focus on stopping Le'Veon Bell and will have Stephon Gilmore to take Robbie Anderson out of the game.  That leaves Jamison Crowder.  Crowder and Darnold picked right back up where they left off last week, and Crowder should be the one player to have any success against this Patriots defense.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Robby Anderson - Stephon Gilmore.  "And that's all I have to say about that." - Forrest Gump




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