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IDP WAIVER WIRE: Week 7

TE Dallas Goedert PHI

Vander Esch had a very Leighton Vander Esch beginning to the 2020 season, breaking his collarbone in the season opener against the Los Angeles Rams. However, the third-year pro was activated from injured reserve prior to Monday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, and he said afterward that it felt good to get back in action.

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FANTASY STOCK EXCHANGE: Week 7

WR JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT

Chase Claypool is making all the plays lately, so much that Smith-Schuster was held to under 2 fantasy points this week, so if there was ever a time to make a low-ball offer on a player that is OBVIOUSLY going to bounce back at some point - it's now.

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WAIVER WIRE WONDERS: Week 7

RB Boston Scott PHI

Philadelphia has a short week, with a Thursday night game on tap against the New York Giants. There is a strong possibility that Miles Sanders will miss the game, which would promote Boston Scott to the starting role.

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ON SECOND THOUGHT: Week 7

QB Justin Herbert LA Chargers

Justin Herbert has had a week of rest and has now had even more time to work out with his team. In just the last two weeks that he has played he has thrown for 554 yards, seven touchdowns and added 22 rushing yards. Seriously, what more do I need to say?

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STREAMING DEFENSES: Week 7

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New Orleans will be taking on Carolina in an NFC South divisional matchup. Marcus Davenport and Marshon Lattimore have had an extra week of recovery, and will be desperately needed in this contest. Look for the Saints to apply pressure to Teddy Bridgewater all game, resulting in a bunch of sacks.

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GRAB BAG: Week 7

WR Keelan Cole JAC

Even with D.J. Chark available, Keelan Cole came out with a stellar receiving performance against the Lions. He turned 9 targets into 6 catches for 143 yards - more than the rest of the team combined. It’s been said over and over again, but the Jaguars are going to lean on the pass late in their games due to playing from behind.

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