START/SIT WEEK 7



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Kirk Cousins (vs Detroit): Detroit gave up 30pts last week to Case Keenum. One of the things thats makes Kirk Cousins a good QB is his aggressiveness. Kirk Cousins is going to be push the limits against Detroit. Without Jordan Reed this week, Cousins will look to air it out against a Detroit defense thats given up 17TDs to opposing QB's.

Melvin Gordon (vs. Atlanta): Melvin Gordon is coming off his roughest game of the season. He is still the only option in the backfield and will get his touches. Atlanta is a favorable matchup giving up  21pts and game to opposing running backs.

Tevin Coleman (vs San Diego): This matchup score combine may be pushing into 80+. Neither team has a good defense and points will be galore. Tevin Coleman has been been the 1 in the 1-2 punch of him and Freeman. Look for lots of offense and lots of touches for Coleman. 

Allen Robinson (vs Oakland): Allen Robinson has not been lived up to being the top 5 receiver he was thought to be. He's currently rated number 30. If there is a week that he has the best matchup its this one. Oakland has given up 27ppg to opposing wide receivers this year. 

DeSean Jackson (vs Detroit): With Jordan Reed out this week someone needs to fill that void in the passing game. Jackson as we know is a big play threat. Given that, and his chance for a high volume day, makes him a good play.

Hunter Henry (vs Atlanta): Henry has played close to twice and many snaps as Gates. He's averaged 6 targets this season and has been a TD monster. Given his favorable matchup with Atlanta, Henry is in for a good day.

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Carson Wentz (vs Minnesota): Carson Wentz was looking like a top 10 QB the beginning of the season. He has since averaged 14pts a game over the past two weeks. He's facing a stellar Vikings defense that is coming off a bye week. 

TJ Yeldon (vs Oakland):  Following the theme of running back playing against each other. This game also has a chance to be high scoring. Unfortunately neither of these guys will get the volume to produce. For Yeldon, Chris Ivory is the back and last week he out touched the Yeldon. As for Murray, it officially a committee. Only thing is, its a committee of 4 on not enough touches to go around. This game will be high scoring but it would be from the passing game.

Latavious Murray (vs Jacksonville): See Above....

Golden Tate (vs Washington): Don't be fooled by Tate's big game last week. He hasn't put up more than 13 fantasy points all season. Josh Norman will also be covering him. 

John Brown (vs Seattle): John Brown hasn't had more than 75 yards or scored a touchdown in a game against Seahawks in his career. 

Zach Ertz (vs Minnesota ): What makes Carson Wentz a good quarterback is that he spreads the ball around so well. Given that, and since Ertz is going up against the Vikings defense that hasn't given up a score to TE's all season, you should keep him on your bench this week.

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