Start Em Sit Em, Fantasy Football Starts: Because of this and the usual amount of difficult games and injuries depleting depth. Some fantasy owners may find it difficult to make Week 7 start ’em, sit ’em decisions, with teams like the Bills, Chargers, and Cowboys all on the bye. If you need advice on who to start in your season-long or daily lineups, we’re always here to provide it.
Start Em Sit Em, Fantasy Football Starts
Because of the absence of the Bills, Chargers, and Cowboys, there are huge voids at nearly with the possible exception of TE.
Finding adequate replacements for injured players like Nick Chubb, George Kittle, Kadarius Toney, and Saquon Barkley will be difficult, but we’ll try our best to find suitable sleepers and streamers in their place.
Quarterbacks To Start Your Fantasy Football Lineup For Week 7
- QB is an absolute necessity to start.
- Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (at TEN)
- Cardinals’ Kyler Murray (vs. HOU)
- Ravens wide receiver Lamar Jackson (vs. CIN)
- quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, Matthew Stafford (vs. DET)
- Buccaneers: Tom Brady (at CHI)
- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (vs. WAS)
- Eagles WR Jalen Hurts (photo) (at LV)
Starts That Are More Powerful
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (at BAL). He’s a near-automatic selection. On the other side of Lamar Jackson, he should be able to produce multiple touchdowns once more with volume.
The Titans’ Ryan Tannehill (vs. KC). In this run-first offence, he’s almost back to his usual fantasy relevance, and the resurgence of A.J. Brown on Monday night is encouraging. Even at home, this is an unbeatable matchup.
Matt Ryan of the Falcons is the quarterback (at MIA). After the bye, Arthur Smith’s offence should have all of its weapons back, but the Dolphins’ defence continues to fall apart.
Dolphins ace Tua Tagovailoa (vs. ATL). With two touchdowns and 329 yards passing in his return game against the Jaguars, the passing offence now appears to be perfectly tailored to him with high volume because the defence is awful.
Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (at CLE). When healthy, he had four games with multiple touchdowns in a run-first offence, but he doesn’t get enough credit for his contributions.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz (at SF). When healthy, he racked up four multi-TD games in a run-first offence, but he’s not getting enough credit for it.
DFS Specials For Streamers And Bargain Hunters
Bears – Justin Fields ($4,300 on DraftKings, $5,600 on FanDuel). Last week, Fields had 27 pass attempts and 43 rushing yards. With a negative game script following Tom Brady in Tampa, the Bears are showing signs they are letting the rookie loose. This is the least price we could find for an upside starter.