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Fantasy Football: Week 7 Projections


QB: M.Ryan- For the past couple of years, Ryan has been very unpredictable, giving owners worries about his performances. Ryan has not been good on the road this year, throwing 6 interceptions in 3 games. The Ravens have been trouble for some QB’s, allowing a measly 15 FPA.

RB: Z. Stacy- Stacy has been underachieving this year, not having more than 12 points in any game. Though the Seahawks haven’t been good on the stopping the pass, they have been doing phenomenal at stopping the run, allowing an average 47 yards and no scores in their last five road games. The Seahawks have allowed a 14 FPA to running backs this year.

WR: M. Colston- Simply put, Colston hasn’t been productive this season. With his matchup against a great Lions defense, I predict his current trend won’t change, even with the injury of Jimmy Graham. Colston has been cold all year, with his year high being 9 points. Detroit has allowed a 14 FPA to WR’s, the fewest in the league.

TE: T. Kelce- Kelce has been very hot these past three weeks, scoring 3 touchdowns but in his last game he only had 15 receiving yards. The Chargers defense this year, has allowed the 3rd least fantasy points to TE’s (4 FPA).

K: S. Graham- Though being behind a great Saints offense, Graham has achieved only 7 FPA, which is mediocre at best. The Lions have allowed a 6 FPA to kickers this year.

DEF: Bengals- The Bengals started with a bang as they had a combined 32 fantasy points in their first three games, but in their last two they have combined for -5.00, yes negative five fantasy points. To top it all off they will be playing a Colts offense that has been punishing defenses all year long.

Sit Of The Week- H. Miller- Since week four, when he put up 14 fantasy points, Miller has had a combined 6 points. TE’s have been having a hard time against the Texans this year, and I see Miller as no exception.

**Disclaimer: The Roundup is not responsible for any wrong predictions or losing your matchup for you. This advice is based of intensive research and intuition to help provide you with help on who to trust each week on your team and starting roster.