Stars whose luck is about to change
Take their pictures off your dartboard and clear off a spot in your starting lineup. With the season not even into November yet, it's too soon to hold grudges. Week 7 offers some matchups for disappointing players to get back in your good graces. Here are five fantasy stars who should bounce back this week:
Going off the grid isn't just necessary sometimes, it's survival. Whether a player has been benched, is injured or on a bye, those absences are eating up your team's depth, so take a shot with one of these not so obvious players for a fantasy spark to any lineup. Here are four options ready to surprise:
One of the best ways to gauge the value of a receiver is the number of Targets or times a quarterback throws to them in a game. Here are the top 20 receivers who lead the league in overall targets through six weeks.
In the "Back From the Dead Department", the Cowboys' much-maligned (by me)
Going forward I love
It's hard to get a read on the Patriots' backfield, but I stubbornly stand by my earlier pronouncements that of the running backs in play, stick with
It only took two months and a half-dozen games to reduce everyone's once mighty preseason draft checklists to rubble. At about the midway point for most fantasy regular seasons, it's hard to believe how different my top 25 list might look if a draft were held today.
1 RB Chris Johnson, Titans
These are based on stats, future projections and personal preference, although some of these guys probably won't stay on this list as the season wears on -- Austin Collie, I'm looking at you with your impending surgery.