Week 7 Fantasy Football: Studs ‘N Duds

Alright Crossroads fans, we are happy to introduce to you some new content. Starting this week, we will be sharing our weekly Studs ‘N Duds for Fantasy Football. This information is useful for all formats, whether you are playing season long, or are trying to build that perfect daily fantasy lineup.

If you lost Aaron Rodgers last week, don’t worry. We are here to help you the rest of the fantasy season. Here are Week 7’s Stud ‘N Duds:

Studs:

Ezekiel Elliott: Only two touchdowns this season so far, but I think Zeke matches his season total in Week 7 alone. Going against one of the worst run defenses in the league, his offensive line will finally play like the talent they are and lead Zeke to a big day. I easily see 100 yards and 2 touchdowns for him this week.

Julio Jones: Julio has had a slow start to the fantasy season, but in a Super Bowl rematch, he will torch this Patriots defense that has been letting everybody move the ball against him. Lock him in your lineups now.

C.J. Anderson: The Broncos are 3-0 in games where they give Anderson more than 20 carries. They are also 0-2 in games when he gets less than 20 carries. The formula is simple, the Broncos will feed C.J. and he will return fantasy owners with a big game.

Duds:

T.Y. Hilton: Although T.Y. has played well against the Jaguars in the past, he won’t see the same success this week. This Jaguars defense is much improved and led by their secondary. The Jaguars top two cornerbacks have only allowed one touchdown pass against them all season.

Jameis Winston: Banged up last week and going up against a decent Bills defense on the road. The simple fact is that everybody should stay away from Jameis this week.

Devonta Freeman: Pure gut call here. I think this game will be high scoring, which means more Tevin Coleman and less Freeman.

Sleeper Pick:

James White: In a backfield with so many options, it is tough to predict which running back will emerge as the top choice. Going up against a team that struggles versus running backs that can catch the ball, I think White can repeat his Super Bowl performance against the Falcons.

Thursday Night Special:

Tyreek Hill: The Raiders will struggle to keep up with Hill’s speed and explosiveness. This could be one of his magical games where he catches, runs, and returns a touchdown.

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