Fantasy Sleepers for Week 7
As usual, fantasy owners are looking for help with their lineups as Week 7 draws near. Here are some sleepers for you to target to fill the holes in your lineup:
Jay Cutler is slowly developing into a dependable fantasy quarterback, although he’s still a bit inconsistent at times. However, he’s going up against a Washington Redskins defense this week that has been torched all year, so he could be in for his third 300-yard game of the year.
Timothy Wright has benefited from the quarterback change in Tampa Bay and with Mike Glennon going up against porous Atlanta Falcons defense, the rookie tight end is likely to record his first 100-game of the season.
Jarrett Boykin is suddenly the No. 2 receiver for the Green Bay Packers with James Jones and Randall Cobb both injured. In an offense that features Aaron Rodgers as its quarterback, Boykin is a super sleeper until Cobb and Jones are healthy again.
Nick Foles has had two strong games in a row and he has a juicy matchup against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 7 to remove all doubt that he’s the man in Philly as Dallas has given up more fantasy points to opposing passers than any other team this year.
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