Fantasy football has become much more difficult when the fantasy football owners wide receivers are on a Drew Brees or Peyton Manning run team. The October 24th weekend should be interesting with good receivers going against the best NFL defenses.
Three Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Start in Week Seven of Fantasy Football
Jeremy Maclin: Philadelphia Eagles
DeSean Jackson suffered a debilitating blow in the game against the Atlanta Falcons and it was a miracle he could get to his feet. He is already a scratch with a concussion for the game this weekend against the Tennessee Titans which makes Jeremy Maclin the number one target for Kevin Kolb. If the weak Philadelphia Eagles front line can buy Kolb time he will light up Cortland Finnegan several times in this game. Jeremy Maclin is start on all fantasy football teams for week seven of fantasy football.
Roddy White: Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan had difficulty getting the ball to his favorite number one wide receiver last weekend but this weekend he will make up for it. Look for Matt Ryan to send Roddy White deep for at least two scores with an outside chance of three. Start Roddy White in all fantasy football leagues in week seven of fantasy football.
Anquan Boldin: Baltimore Ravens
Joe Flacco drives most fantasy football owners crazy. Especially the fantasy football owners of the Baltimore Ravens Anquan Boldin. Boldin is capable of a 1500 yard season on other teams but Flacco cannot consistently get him the ball. The Buffalo Bills secondary was thought to be their best asset entering the season but it has become obvious they have taken a step back. Start Anquan Boldin in all fantasy football leagues for week seven of fantasy football.
Three Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Sit in Week Seven of Fantasy Football
Randy Moss: Minnesota Vikings
The Green Bay Packers and Randy Moss have plenty of history. This game could go either way but look for Charles Woodson to be matched up with Randy Moss with safety help. Moss will be held to one or two receptions but he could do something with one or two those catches. Still it is a good idea to sit Randy Moss in most fantasy football leagues unless the next best option is a fantasy football wide receiver that ranks 11th or below.
Chad Ocho Cinco: Cincinnati Bengals
Chad Ocho Cinco has been a tough one to predict all season long for fantasy football. His quarterback Carson Palmer is inconsistent and there are plenty of other capable receivers on the Cincinnati Bengals. Sit Chad Ocho Cinco in most fantasy football leagues unless the next best option is ranked 16th or below.
Larry Fitzgerald: Arizona Cardinals
Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals comes up against the Seattle Seahawks on the road in Qwest Field. Qwest Field is known as the loudest stadium in the NFL and with a rookie quarterback under center it does not look good for Fitzgerald. Sit Larry Fitzgerald in most fantasy football leagues unless the next best option ranks 18th or worse in the fantasy football rankings.
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