Fantasy football sit, start, and sleepers: Divisional Advice for 2017, Week 7
The Bills host the Buccaneers and the Patriots host the Sunday Night game against the Falcons.
New York and Miami face each other in Florida this weekend, in what could be an interesting match-up.
SIT: New England Patriots Defense
I know the Pats have a way of showing up in Prime Time, but they didn’t earlier this year against the Buccaneers. They also didn’t against Kansas City. Atlanta can make a good defense look bad, let alone a bad one.
START: Tight End, Austin Seferian-Jenkins – New York Jets
The former Buccaneers tight end always had talent, he just didn’t always make the best decisions. Now that it looks like he’s matured, he’s become one of the main catalysts for the Jets’ surprising season. He should make this week his third straight with a touchdown.
SLEEPER: Quarterback, Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills
If the Buccaneers don’t fix their defensive play, the Bills’ quarterback is going to have space to run and throw all day.
One of the more reliable fantasy football treasure troves has Dallas in San Francisco at 4:05 PM EST, while the Giants host Seattle twenty minutes later.
On Monday night, the Redskins travel to Philly as the Eagles look to keep hold of first place.
SIT: Washington Redskins Defense
The Redskins secondary has quietly been pretty good. However, in Week 1 of the NFL season, they surrendered 307-yards and two scores to Philadelphia’s passing game. This time, they’re the ones on the road.
START: Quarterback, Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles
Those stats I referenced for Washington? They came from Wentz. He’ll do better this time, which is kind of scary.
SLEEPER: Quarterback, Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
Prescott has been up and down this season in his fantasy football rankings. I feel like this is an up week for him.