300 yards is the magic fantasy football number every fantasy football owner is in search of from their quarterback. Finding a consistent 300 yard passer has been tough in 2010 but not impossible. The seventh week of fantasy football will be tough on many fantasy football owners looking for a 300 yard passer.
Three Fantasy Football Quarterbacks to Start in Week Seven of Fantasy Football
Matt Ryan: Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan, the Atlanta Falcons quarterback, had an average fantasy football day against the Philadelphia Eagles last weekend. Ryan should have a big day against a Cincinnati Bengals defense that has shown a propensity for giving up big plays. Matt Ryan, Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez will all be good starts in fantasy football this weekend. Start Matt Ryan is all fantasy football leagues unless there is a top three fantasy football quarterback on the roster.
Drew Brees: New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees fantasy football value has dropped in the first six weeks of fantasy football. The Cleveland Browns secondary will be good medicine for the revitalized offensive juggernaut that is the New Orleans Saints. Brees has a solid running game again and this will lead to play action to keep the Cleveland Browns defensive line honest. Start Drew Brees over all fantasy football quarterbacks on a fantasy football roster.
Joe Flacco: Baltimore Ravens
Joe Flacco has frustrated his fantasy football owners this and he will now face off against a reeling Buffalo Bills defense that is coming off a bye week. Flacco also lost his favorite check down target Todd Heap this week. Look for John Harbaugh to let Flacco take big chances in this game in an effort to give him confidence and jump start his season. Start Joe Flacco on all fantasy football teams unless there is a starting top five fantasy football quarterback on the roster.
Three Fantasy Football Quarterbacks to Sit in Week Seven of Fantasy Football
Donovan McNabb: Washington Redskins
Donovan McNabb has surprised his fantasy football owners this season. McNabb has developed into a number one fantasy football option for most owners but this week it will be a good idea to sit McNabb. The Chicago Bears defense has shut down plenty of solid quarterbacks this season and on the road it is a good idea to sit him for this weekend of fantasy football. Sit Donovan McNabb in most fantasy football leagues unless the next best option is 11th or worse in fantasy football rankings.
Brett Favre: Minnesota Vikings
If Clay Mathews is in the mix for the Green Bay Packers Brett Favre will have a bad day. Mathews is project to have recovered from his hamstring and if he is back Brett Favre will have one more thing to worry about in this game. Add to this a possible suspension hanging over his head and tendinitis in his throwing elbow and it makes sense. Sit Brett Favre on most fantasy football rosters unless the next best option does not rank in the top 13 fantasy football quarterbacks.
Aaron Rodgers: Green Bay Packers
Sit Aaron Rodgers? Last time this was the call Rodgers went for 188 yards and one touchdown killing his fantasy football owners day. The Minnesota Vikings defense is stout and will keep Rodgers and his reeling offense off balance in this NFC North tilt. Sit Aaron Rodgers in most fantasy football leagues unless the next best candidate is 13th or worse in fantasy football rankings.
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