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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 7

RB Devin Singletary Bills

Singletary is set to make his return this week after missing the past four weeks with a hamstring injury. Singletary looked great before he went down both as a runner and pass catcher, adding a different dimension to the Bills offense He gets a nice welcome back present in the Miami Dolphins and the third-worst run defense in the league.

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THE GREY REPORT: Week 7

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Is it time for Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams offense to get the good times rolling? Can Carson Wentz and Philadelphia get back on track against struggling Dallas? David Grey will breakdown all the matchups in this week’s “Grey ...

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 7

WR John Brown BUF

Coming off the bye week, John Brown has a dream matchup against the lowly Dolphins and should be started everywhere. Brown has a high ceiling where he could eclipse 150 receiving yards and find pay-dirt at least once.

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 7

RB Jordan Howard PHI

Yes, Miles Sanders had the big touchdown catch in Week 6, but Jordan Howard was still the one getting most of the touches. Howard had 13 to Sanders’ six, and Howard was in on 68 percent of the offensive snaps last week.

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THE DIVE: Week 7 “Remember Who You Are”

Tight End Hunter Henry San Diego Chargers

Welcome back Hunter Henry! The Los Angeles Chargers tight end was one of the lone bright spots in a home loss against Pittsburgh. The Chargers offense should rebound in Week 6 when it visits Tennessee, who surrenders the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.

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START/BENCH: Week 7

WR Dante Pettis SF & CB B.W. Webb NYG

Dante Pettis only had three catches for 45 yards in last week’s win over the Los Angeles Rams, but his six targets were both a team-high among wideouts and his most of the season. A breakout game’s coming for Pettis, and this week’s tilt with a bad Washington secondary sets up well from a matchup perspective.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 6

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You know things are going bad for your fantasy team when you have the league’s No. 1 tight end and he’s not doing much of anything to win games for you. Such is the case with Travis Kelce owners this season. Kelce has eclipsed 100-yards and reached the end zone just once thus far.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis Week 6

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Johnson had himself a vintage David Johnson day, rushing for 34 yards and catching six balls for 68 yards. He had six red zone opportunities on the day and was able to convert on two of them for touchdowns.

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FANTASY STOCK EXCHANGE: Week 7

QB Russell Wilson SEA & DE Sam Hubbard CIN

In the next few weeks Seattle is going to be going up against some pretty good passing defenses, and while Russell Wilson will more than likely still get you a decent amount of points, it would be opportune to flip him for a quarterback who might score just a little bit less AND another player you may need.

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GRAB BAG: Week 7

QB Ryan Tannehill TEN

After taking over for Marcus Mariota, Tannehill was pretty solid. He completed 13 of his 16 pass attempts in about half of a game. It would be surprising if the Titans don't go with Tannehill against the Chargers in Week 7. This season was looking to be make-or-break for Mariota, anyway, and it seems like he broke.

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 6

Josh Bynes ARI and Cooper Kupp LAR

The Rams' offense isn't anywhere as intimidating as it was at this point last season, but one person who is definitely balling is Cooper Kupp. Kupp has been outstanding thus far, and is clearly the apple of Jared Goff's eye.

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THE PROGNOSTICATOR: Week 6

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Fantasy games will be won and lost on Monday night. Expect the Aaron Rodgers we all know to be back as Green Bay throws the ball at will all over Detroit but for the Lions to answer with primarily Kerryon Johnson but Matthew Stafford and his receiving group will be right behind.

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RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Week 6

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Welcome back for the Week 6 edition of “Red Light, Green Light”, your matchup guide for all of this weekend’s NFL contests. While the information conveyed below piece is not intended to be solely a start/bench list, it can be used to evaluate those decisions as well.

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 6

QB Kyler Murray ARI

If ever there was a week to roll the dice on Kyler Murray, this might be it. The Falcons are the worst team in the league when facing opposing quarterbacks. If the Cardinals can spread them out and give Murray some time he should be able to have his best game as a pro.

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 6

RB Adrian Peterson WAS

Coach Callahan has stated that he wants to run the ball more.. Enter Adrian Peterson, who hasn’t done much of anything on the season. Miami is the best possible matchup for opposing running backs, so Peterson should finally have a positive game script to go off of. Go ahead and put your confidence in the future Hall of Famer.

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IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week 6 IDP Start/Sit

LB Jayon Brown TEN

Jayon Brown's a new-age NFL linebacker—a player who relies more on speed and sideline-to-sideline range than size. Brown had a sluggish first game for the Titans this year, but he's been making up for it ever since—the third-year pro ranks just outside the top-12 in fantasy points over the past four games.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 6

WR Terry McLaurin WAS & CB Byron Jones DAL

After starting the year with a touchdown in each of the first three games, "Scary Terry" has had a tough two game stretch. McLaurin has a dream matchup against the Dolphins on Sunday and should get back on track. He’s a must start and should find his way into the scoring column once again. Get him in your lineup.

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THE DIVE: Week 6 “Boom or Bust”

RB Matt Breida SF

Although Tevin Coleman returned and carried the ball 16 times, Matt Breida was a major focal point of the offense with 11 carries for 114 yards, three catches for 15 yards, and scored twice. Expect more Breida in Week 6 when San Francisco visits the Los Angeles Rams.

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THE GREY REPORT: Week 6

DE Arden Key OAK & QB Patrick Mahomes KC

Do we need to be worried about Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City offense? Can the San Francisco running back duo of Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman keep the good times rolling against the Los Angeles Rams? David Grey will ...

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START/BENCH: Week 6

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Fantasy owners have been waiting for Diggs to finally have a big game since — well, fantasy owners are still waiting for Diggs to have a big game. From a matchup perspective, Philadelphia’s leaky secondary sets up well for it to finally happen in Week 6.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 5

RB Josh Jacobs OAK

With a Week 5 game in London against the vaunted Chicago defense, not much was expected of Jacobs on Sunday. The Alabama rookie surprised everyone with the best game of his brief career, helping Oakland upset Chicago.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – Week 5

RB Aaron Jones and QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers

Week 5 gave us some dominant performances by a few key players. With bye-weeks starting to impact lineups role players are going to be key each week. We are getting to the part of the season where “managing” becomes essential ...

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 5

WR Chris Godwin TBB

Yes, several pundits had Chris Godwin as a solid WR2 heading into the season, but how many had him as a WR1... on his own team? Godwin has actually out-produced perennial WR stud Mike Evans, and if anyone tells you they had predicted that being the case in 2019, immediately consider that person a liar...

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THE PROGNOSTICATOR: Week 5

RB Dalvin Cook MIN

The Giants will put a scare into Minnesota here and will play fairly well both in the air and on the ground but it's Minnesota's game to lose behind Dalvin Cook who should slash the Giants for copious gains.

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FIRE & ICE: Week 5

RB Sony Michel NEP

It's time for this former 1st rd pick of the Patriots to get it going and what a better way to do that then to get matched up against a team that ranks near the bottom in run defense this season.

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RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Week 5

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Welcome back for the Week 5 edition of “Red Light, Green Light”, your matchup guide for all of this weekend’s NFL contests. While the information conveyed below piece is not intended to be solely a start/bench list, it can be used to evaluate those decisions as well.

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 5

RB Ronald Jones TBB

Ronald Jones has more than 80 total yards in 3-of-4 games, and was also the touch leader in the backfield for those three games. He has entered the trust category for weekly flex play.

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 5

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Gordon is back from his holdout and started practicing last week. He should be a go for this week with a full week of practice under his belt. He gets a nice welcome back gift in the Broncos, who are the third-worst run defense in the league.

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IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week 5 IDP Start/Sit

QB Russell Wilson SEA & DE Sam Hubbard CIN

Sam Hubbard’s held up his end of the deal and then some, piling up 27 tackles and two sacks and leading all defensive linemen in fantasy points in some scoring systems. The good times should keep rolling for him at least Sunday against Arizona — no team in the NFL has allowed more sacks over the season’s first month Arizona.

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DFS STACK ATTACK: Week 5

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The Eagles return to Philadelphia following a stunning upset of Green Bay last Thursday night. Expect them to come into this game with confidence and all guns blazing. They are hosting an inept New York Jets team who can’t stop anyone through the air.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 5

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Ever since Daniel Jones has taken over as the starting quarterback for the Giants, Shepard has been feasting. He’s the clear no. 1 wideout for New York and as long as he continues to see around 10 targets a game, Shepard will be a solid WR2 moving forward.

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