Week 7 Byes: Patriots, Eagles, Giants, 49’ers, Bengals, Bills
Colt McCoy (CLE): Colt has thrown over 100 passes in the last two weeks and hasn’t stayed under 200 yards yet this season. With a matchup against the Seahawks at home there is a good chance McCoy will have a 2-3 TD game.
John Beck (WAS): Grossman did the inevitable, had a terrible game with multiple turnovers. John Beck who had a solid preseason now gets the start and I expect him to play with something to prove.
Daniel Thomas (MIA): Miami goes for its first win of the season against Denver and should provide a good matchup for the Rookie RB. Thomas has looked good when he has played, though he has missed a lot of time with injuries. Signs point to him starting this week against a weak Denver run defence.
Mark Ingram (NO): Another rookie RB to start this week. Ingram doesn’t have whole lot of yards on the season but seems to be able to find the end zone on a regular basis. New Orleans should light up the Colts this week, providing a lot of chances for Ingram to carry the ball.
Greg Little (CLE): I had my eye on Little going into this season and he has been solid player so far. Easily the most talented receiver on the Browns and has a great matchup this week against the Seahawks.
Eric Decker (DEN): with Brandon Lloyd out of the picture things should only go up from here. Decker will have to adjust to Tebow starting however.
Matt Schaub (HOU): Playing a tough Titans defence and still without Andre Johnson has me worried about the totals Schaub will put up. Their are likely other QB’s available with better matchups.
Peyton Hillis (CLE): A lot of talk surrounding this man right now. Likely to see decreased snaps to Hardesty due to hamstring problems. Against a Seahawks run defence coming off a bye, don’t expect much from these two.
Willis McGahee / Knowshon Moreno (DEN): McGahee has had decent value recently with Moreno out with an injury. Moreno returns this week however and it should be back to the time share.
Jackie Battle / Thomas Jones (KC): Battle has become the starter for the Chiefs but will have a hard time producing quality fantasy numbers against a tough Oakland run defence and with Jones stealing carries.
Percy Harvin (MIN): With Rookie Christian Ponder taking over the starting job this week you might want to put Harvin on the bench until we see how Ponder plays for 60 minutes.
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