Week 7 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Replacements For WR Roddy White

By Adam McGill

With the news that Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White will be out one more week due to a hamstring injury, many fantasy football owners are looking for a viable replacement. To help you this week, here are some of the best plugins for White in Week 7 of the fantasy season.

WR Rueben Randle, New York Giants (55.9%) – Considering the fact that WR Hakeem Nicks is still being mentioned in numerous trade rumors just shows how much the team really likes Randle. He has hauled in three touchdowns in the last two games, despite the utterly erratic play from quarterback Eli Manning. Randle has amazing size and it makes the 22-year-old an extremely physical downfield threat. If you are desperate for a replacement for White in Week 7, look no further than Rueben Randle.

WR Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys (46.9%) – Williams has now scored a touchdown in two straight games for the Boys and the speedster can still be found in over half of ESPN leagues. Dallas will play the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend, and considering the team has the 31st ranked pass defense, this could be another huge week for Williams. If T-Will is still on the waiver wire, consider him an instant plugin for White in Week 7.

WR Harry Douglas, Atlanta Falcons (7.5%) – By now everyone knows that WR Julio Jones is done for the year and that WR Roddy White will be out for at least one more week, which will give the team’s other wideouts more of an opportunity to rack up fantasy points. One guy to replace White in your lineup this week is ironically his backup, Harry Douglas. In 10 career starts, Douglas has averaged three catches for 43 yards. These are exactly breakout numbers, but the fact that he is the most experienced wideout for QB Matt Ryan to throw the ball to will make his value go through the roof in Week 7. Grab him now, before your competition scoops him up.



Adam McGill is the Senior Fantasy Sports Writer at Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter @adammcgill83, like him on Facebook, or add him to you networks on Google here or here.

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