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Fantasy matchups: Everything you need to know for Week 7 Published: Oct 18, 2019 at 09:42 AM Delanie Walker Jersey Graham Barfield Fantasy Managing Editor Dolphins at Bills (at 1pm ET) Must Play: QB Josh Allen Start: WR John Brown Beware: and backfield Sit: WR DeVante Parker; WR Preston Williams Injuries to monitor: WR (groin) Key Game Facts -- Miami has allowed a top-15 fantasy QB in every game -- Miami has also allowed a top-25 fantasy WR in every game -- Opposing QBs are completing +12 percent of their attempts above expectation against Miami (highest rate in the NFL, per Next Gen Stats) When the have the ball: Miami is in full-on evaluation mode, and actually started over coming out of their bye last week. Now, Drake ended up leading the backfield in touches (16 to 11) and snaps (46 to 32) over Walton against Washington, but it is clear that (4 snaps, 3 touches) has been demoted. Drake is on the FLEX borderline in PPR leagues with four teams on a bye, but you're avoiding this entire team in fantasy if you can. It doesn't matter if or is under center... Neither nor are attractive punt plays against the secondary. The implied scoring total (by Vegas) is a lowly 12 points this week. When the have the ball: is about to go on another league-winning tear, and it'll start here in Week 7 against Miami. Dating back to last year, Allen has recorded 18 or more fantasy points in 9-of-11 games since returning from a mid-season elbow injury in his rookie year. Miami has gotten burnt to a crisp by speedsters (4/147/2) and (4/100/2), making one of the highest ceiling WR2 plays in fantasy this week. Brown popped up on the injury report with a groin injury mid-week, but has gotten in limited practices and should be able to play. 's targets have ping-ponged all over the place this season, but he's in play in PPR leagues against Miami's paper-thin secondary. getting traded to Oakland may open up some opportunity for Beasley while will round out the three-receiver sets. Buffalo will get rookie (hamstring) back healthy this week, which makes projecting the backfield a little more difficult. Singletary flashed with 155 total yards on just 15 touches in Weeks 1-2, but Iron Born will stay involved on early-downs. The matchup is right, but you can't start Singletary or Gore with much confidence. It sounds like the might have (ankle) for the first time this season, which hurts 's low-end streaming appeal in this matchup. Jaguars at Bengals (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: RB Leonard Fournette; WR D.J. Chark Start: QB Gardner Minshew; WR Dede Westbrook; WR Tyler Boyd Beware: RB Joe Mixon Sleeper: WR Auden Tate Injuries to monitor: WR (ankle) Key Game Facts -- The have allowed 328, 138, 208, 242, and 145 yards from scrimmage to the , , , , and backfield over the last five weeks -- No team is allowing a run of 10 or more yards more often than the (16.7 percent) -- has gained 10 or more yards on 13 percent of his carries this season, the sixth-highest rate in the NFL When the have the ball: has touch counts of 21, 31, 27, and 26 over the last month and has a dream matchup against this front-seven that is getting wrecked both on the ground and through the air by opposing backs. He is arguably the No. 1 RB play for Week 7. Cincinnati will be without starting cornerbacks (knee) and (shoulder) against Jacksonville, elevating back into the streaming fray and making a must play. Chark was held under wraps last week (3/43), but his target share has been as consistent as they come. Chark has seen at least 24 percent of Minshew's pa sing looks in 4-of-5 games. hasn't had a monster game yet, but this could be the week with all of the i sues in the secondary. Westbrook has eight or more targets in 3 of his last 4 games. When the have the ball: is tough to bench with four teams on a bye and the Jags' front-seven has quietly been struggling against the run, but there is no way you can start Mixon with any confidence this weekend. Not only is the offensive line struggling, but Mixon hasn't been an every-down workhorse. Over the first six games, Gio Bernard has run more routes and seen more targets than Mixon. In fact, Mixon saw at least four targets in 8-of-14 games last season and has met that mark just twice so far. is still on the WR2 radar this week after disappointing in Week 6 (3/10 receiving), especially now that is a Ram. Over the last three weeks without Ramsey, Jacksonville's secondary has allowed the 10th-most PPR points to opposing wideouts with (6/62/2), (5/104), (6/91), and (8/89) all finding plenty of succe s. On that note, has seen six or more targets in four-straight games and remains a sleeper WR4 in this plus matchup. Vikings at Lions (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: RB Dalvin Cook Start: RB Kerryon Johnson; WR Kenny Golladay Beware: QB Kirk Cousins; WR Stefon Diggs Sit: QB Matthew Stafford; WR Marvin Jones Key Game Facts -- has finished as the QB17 or worse in six-straight games against the Vikings -- Only , , , , , and have seen a higher share of their team's carries than since Week 3 -- is second in the NFL in carries inside-the-five (7) since Week 3 When the have the ball: You don't need anyone to tell you to start , so let's focus on Minnesota's pa s attack in this space. was in two perfect matchups against the and in each of the past two weeks and he smashed with 300 yards and multiple scores in both contests. Now, Cousins has to go on the road to face a quietly stingy secondary. Detroit is allowing the league's third-lowest completion rate and 10th-fewest fantasy points per pa s attempt. I'd consider streaming or over Cousins this week. It hasn't been pretty at times, but has 75 yards or scored a touchdown in 5-of-6 games this season. entered Week 6 as fantasy's WR52 and exited as WR16 after dismantling the secondary for 7/167/3. While it was great to see Diggs' ceiling once again, we know the want to establish the run every week and Detroit got stud CB back from injury last week. You probably don't have many better options with four teams on a bye, but don't be surprised if Diggs regre ses back to his 2019 norm against the . When the have the ball: It's not easy to run on the front-seven, but fantasy owners have to be thrilled that is finally free. Since the team cut after Week 2, Johnson has played over 70 percent of the team's snaps and has handled 14 of the 15 po sible red-zone carries over the last three games. Johnson's bellcow usage keeps him firmly on the RB2 radar in Week 7. is quietly having one of the best seasons of his career, but he's a low-floor option this week against a defense that has had his number recently. Over his past six games against Mike Zimmer's unit, Stafford has been limited to 5:2 TD-to-INT ratio and hasn't exceeded 250 yards once. has seen eight or more targets in every game so far and, per my subjective eye test, Kenny G looks borderline un-guardable right now. Golladay's volume is as consistent as it comes, too. Meanwhile, has taken a clear backseat to Golladay this season. Jones' target share (17 percent) and share of air yards (24 percent) pales in comparison to Golladay (26 percent TS; 33 percent AY). Jones is a boom-or-bust WR3 in this matchup while is a boom-or-bust streamer here. Hockenson should have scored a touchdown last week against the -- he dropped a perfectly-placed pa s in the endzone and Stafford tried to hit him on a screen inside-the-five -- but the rookie has remained inconsistent weekly. Raiders at Packers (at 1 p.m. ET) Start: RB Aaron Jones; TE Darren Waller; RB Josh Jacobs Beware: QB Mecole Hardman Jersey Aaron Rodgers Injuries to monitor: WR (toe); WR (concu sion, chest); (ankle, knee); WR (foot) Key Game Facts -- The defense is allowing the 5th-most YPC, 3rd-most fantasy points per rush, and 2nd-highest succe s rate to opposing running backs -- The have allowed an RB2 (top-24 finish) or better in every game this season -- The last five backs to face Green Bay have finished as RB16 or better When the have the ball: ' ceiling is as high as it gets this week, but we just have to hope Oakland keeps up the scoring pace with the on the road. HC Jon Gruden keeps playing and when the have gotten behind on the scoreboard this season. The haven't faced many good tight ends this season, but and combined for 9/91/1 in Week 4 and should have scored a TD last week. 61 percent of Waller's targets have come when he is split out wide from the formation this season, and he has at least a five-inch height advantage over CBs and . The will be without (foot) again as the No. 1 wideout is dealing with plantar fasciitis. Newly acquired , , and will comprise the three-receiver sets. When the have the ball: In the four games they have played together this season, and have split snaps (52 percent to 49 percent) and touches (67 to 52) fairly evenly. Jones is still a low-end RB1 play this week with four teams out on a bye, but Williams will remain heavily involved in the newly balanced offense. Green Bay has shifted from pa sing on a league-leading 63 percent of first and second downs last year to a more balanced attack under HC Matt LaFleur this season (54 percent pa s). Barring a surprise, the will be without all three of their starting wideouts against Oakland. and will be the starters in two-receiver sets. is nearly impo sible to bench through the byes, but he hasn't tallied 3 pa sing touchdowns in a game in over a calendar year. Not having any healthy wideouts doesn't help either. In theory, all of the injuries at receiver helps 's fantasy outlook... I just have zero confidence that Graham is still effective at this stage of his career. Rams at Falcons (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: Everyone in this game Stream and Pray: Gerald Everett Injuries to monitor: RB (quad); (ankle) Key Game Facts -- Atlanta has allowed a QB1 (top-12) performance in five-straight games with , , and posting top-5 fantasy results over the last three weeks -- The are allowing an NFL-high 66.7 percent succe s rate on deep pa ses -- is throwing deep (20 or more yards) on just 6.2 percent of his attempts, the third-lowest rate in the league When the have the ball: and the offense has been exposed over the last few weeks for a few different reasons. L.A.'s offensive line has regre sed significantly after losing two starters this offseason and they'll now have to replace starting G who tore his ACL last week. The good news for Week 7 is that the front-seven is generating the league's lowest pre sure rate so far (18.3 percent). After getting manhandled by the defense, the inept secondary and weak pa s rush likely won't expose the weakne ses. CB (toe) being ruled out for Week 7 doesn't help, either. All of the receivers are must-starts this week and I'm expecting to bust his slump in a big way here. Woods ranks 12th in the league in targets and 15th in expected fantasy points but is 39th in PPR points per game. should have scored a wide-open touchdown late against the last week, but Goff over-threw him by 5 yards down the sideline. Everett (18 routes on 30 dropbacks) is still splitting time with (11 routes), but this matchup obviously keeps him on the streaming radar here. (quad) is trending towards returning while (ankle) may mi s this week. Gurley is an obvious high-end RB2 this week if he suits up while rookie needs to be stashed in all leagues. When the have the ball: has now thrown for 300 yards in six-straight games to start the season and has produced top-10 fantasy results in four of his last five games. The elite pa s rush is generating the league's third-highest pre sure rate, but Ryan and Co. need to be locked-in to all fantasy lineups this weekend. Without (IR) and (traded), and have nuclear upside this week -- especially if does not play on his short week after being traded. Because the defense can't stop anyone, it keeps their offense with their foot on the gas throughout and both and have been the primary beneficiaries of Atlanta's extreme pa s volume. There is no reason that won't continue in what should be a shootout. Freeman has not been consistent on the ground largely because the don't ever have a chance to run the ball, but he has three or more receptions in every game this season and has distanced himself from backup . Texans at Colts (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: QB Deshaun Watson; WR T.Y. Hilton; WR DeAndre Hopkins Start: WR Will Fuller; RB Marlon Mack; RB Carlos Hyde Sit: TE Eric Ebron Stream: QB Jacoby Bri sett Injuries to monitor: WR (hamstring) Key Game Facts -- 's last five games against Houston: 5/175/2, 3/14, 4/115, 9/199, 5/85 -- Houston is allowing 31.0 PPR points per game to receivers aligned out wide, second-most -- Hilton aligns out wide on 78 percent of his snaps, per Next Gen Stats When the have the ball: hasn't produced like the fantasy stud he was in 2018, but he has seen at least 20 percent of the targets in every game so far this season. While volume isn't a concern for Nuk, the only i sue is that he's seen just one Joe Greene Jersey target in the endzone after leading the league last year (19). I'm betting that normalizes very soon. did everything within his power to score a touchdown last week. Fuller is still a positive regre sion candidate as he ranks second among receivers in air yards per game and only has one good game to show for it. has at least 16 touches in four-straight games and is on the low-RB2 radar against a front-seven that is allowing the seventh-most yards per carry (4.71) to opposing backs. (128 routes) continues to play more than Hyde (96) on pa sing downs, but he has just 9 receptions over the last month to show for it. The have increased their two tight end usage without (hamstring) over the last two weeks, so Stills potentially returning may hurt and ' desperation streaming appeal. When the have the ball: Indy's side of this game is about as straight-forward as it gets for fantasy. is a no-brainer top-5 receiver play this week while is a locked-in RB2. Mack has handled 18 or more touches in all but one game this year and has quietly been more involved in the pa sing game, seeing at least 3 targets in three of his past four games. The held down the running game last week, but they allowed at least 88 yards on the ground in their four prior contests. 49ers at Redskins (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: TE George Kittle Start: RB Tevin Coleman; RB Matt Breida Beware: WR Terry McLaurin Sit: RB Adrian Peterson Stream: QB Jimmy Garoppolo Injuries to monitor:RB (toe) Key Game Facts -- San Francisco's defense is allowing the second-fewest fantasy points per carry and third-fewest points per pa s attempt -- Per Next Gen Stats, the front-seven is generating pre sure at the league's second-highest rate (34.7 percent) despite rarely blitzing (20.6 percent; fifth-lowest rate) When the have the ball: Since returning two weeks ago, leads San Francisco's backfield in both touches (36) and snaps (45 percent) over (31 touches, 35 percent snap rate). More importantly, Coleman has been reinstalled as the red-zone back. HC Kyle Shanahan has played Coleman on 12 of the team's 13 snaps inside of the 10-yard line in Weeks 5-6 while has logged just two inside-10 snaps all season long. While Breida is going to have to rely on big plays for his touchdown chances, he and Coleman are both rock-solid RB2/FLEX plays this week. and are the only QBs that have failed to post at least 18 fantasy points against Washington this season, putting firmly on the streaming radar in Week 7. Unfortunately, none of these receivers outside of are playable in fantasy. ' usage continues to increase weekly but Garropplo continues to spread the ball around fairly evenly between Pettis, , and . When the have the ball: Washington was able to establish the run last week against Miami, allowing to turn back the clocks one last time (25 touches, 136 yards from scrimmage). That likely won't happen again against the tenacious front-seven. is the only Redskin who should come close to fantasy lineups this week, but this obviously a tough draw for the talented rookie. McLaurin has been incredible and so is San Francisco's defense. The ended up dicing up the Niners in a game they trailed throughout and hit a big play against them, but they held , , , and wideouts all relatively in check. Cardinals at Giants (at 1 p.m. ET) Must Play: TE Evan Engram Start: RB Saquon Barkley; QB Kyler Murray; WR Larry Fitzgerald; WR Golden Tate Stream: QB Daniel Jones Injuries to monitor: RB (ankle); WR (ankle) Key Game Facts -- is getting pre sured on 12.4 percent of his pa s attempts, the lowest rate in the NFL -- Murray is releasing his pa ses in under 2.5 seconds on 57 percent of his attempts, the fourth-highest rate When the have the ball: After a relatively slow start to the season, has gotten hot with back-to-back top-5 fantasy finishes at the position. Murray continues to take off as a runner more and more, rushing for 8/69, 4/27/1, 10/93/1, and 11/32 over the past month. After being criminally underused in the pa sing game last year, is averaging 8.3 targets per game over Arizona's last four games and he should eat against a linebacking corps that allowed 13/95 to Pats backs in Week 6 and 6/86 through the air to two weeks ago. Johnson is dealing with an ankle injury and got in two limited practices on Thursday and Friday this week, so make sure you check his game status on Sunday morning. and are the only receivers to have at least 5 receptions in every game so far and Fitz needs to be in all season-long lineups this week in this plus matchup. We'll see if returns after getting in a few weeks of limited practices. He's a game-time decision once again on Sunday. When the have the ball: The are finally getting close to having all of their weapons back on offense. (ankle) is set to return after mi sing three games but (concu sion) has already been ruled out for Week 7 and there is some concern he may mi s more time with his second concu sion of the season. Shepard's absence locks in huge roles for and , who will return after a one-week absence. Engram should absolutely explode in this dream matchup while Tate is perhaps the best sneaky WR2 start of the week. Tate has spent 82 percent of his snaps in the slot this season, which will allow him to mostly avoid coverage from who is returning off of his six game suspension. Arizona allows the second-most PPR points per game to opposing slot wideouts (26.0). Even with Peterson back, is the top streaming QB candidate for Week 7 in a game that should shoot-out. Chargers at Titans (at 4:05 p.m. ET) Start: RB Derrick Henry; TE Hunter Henry; WR Keenan Allen; WR Mike Williams Beware: backfield; wide receivers Sit: QB Philip Rivers; TE Delanie Walker Key Game Facts -- , , , and are the only RBs to see at least 15 carries in every game so far -- Henry has averaged 15.1 PPR points per game at home vs. 11.6 PPG on Desmond King Youth Jersey the road over the last two years When the have the ball: returned to the lineup last week and was immediately featured in the pa sing attack, drawing nine targets while spending 73 percent of his snaps split out wide as a receiver or in the slot. Henry's targets traveled 10.9 yards in air on average last week, which would rank first among tight ends over the full season. That type of usage is obviously appetizing at the thinnest position in fantasy. Speaking of usage, has seen 23 targets over the last two weeks while has just 12. Allen was locked up in shadow coverage from in Week 5 and I'm willing to write off the poor offensive performance as a while against Pittsburgh last week, so hopefully, Allen's dip in production is just a blip on the radar. Williams looks close to fully healthy again and I'd feel comfortable starting him over the likes of , , and this week to name a few similar WR3-types. The have tried to get going with little succe s so far. Gordon and Ekeler have split snaps (74 to 68 in favor of Ekeler) and touches (27 to 26 in favor of Gordon) over the last two weeks, with Gordon getting the edge on rushing downs. This timeshare makes both backs FLEX-plays only, unfortunately. When the have the ball: Even though I think gives and more of a chance than , no one on this team outside of is start-able in fantasy. got off to a decent start this season, but his usage has completely tapered off over the last three weeks with just 10 targets and a lowly 44 percent snap rate in this span. Even though Henry hasn't had any big blow-up games yet, this home matchup against the road-tripping looks like a potential spot for him to reach his ceiling. Los Angeles has quietly struggled against the run for two-straight years and they are allowing the league's ninth-most yards per carry and seventh-most rushing yards per game. Saints at Bears (at 4:25 p.m. ET) Start: WR Michael Thomas; RB Latavius Murray Start and pray: RB David Montgomery Beware: WR Allen Robinson Injuries to monitor: RB (ankle); TE (ankle) Key Game Facts -- is averaging 6.0 air yards per attempt in four starts (third-lowest among QBs) -- Chicago has limited opposing QBs to just 5.6 air yards per attempt (lowest in NFL) -- The have allowed just 2 completions of 20 or more yards in air (tied for fewest) When the have the ball: (ankle, knee) will mi s Week 7 after not practicing all week. Obviously, Kamara's absence locks in for a huge role with only and behind him on the depth chart. Chicago's front-seven is tough to run on, but Murray's volume makes him a must-play RB2 in season-long and an obvious value in daily leagues. is about to be fed the targets with (ankle) out, too. When the have the ball: (shoulder) is set to return after mi sing Week 5 and having the bye to get healthy. has seen 7 or more targets in every game so far and getting Trubisky back helps his outlook a little, but a matchup against a white-hot is a scary proposition. Lattimore struggled to start the season, but he's allowed just 108 yards on 20 targets against , , and receivers over the last three weeks. has been extremely frustrating for fantasy, but a home matchup out of a bye week is a great spot... in theory. Montgomery quietly ranks 11th behind (62 percent) in share of team carries (61 percent) since Week 2 and with this secondary heating up, Montgomery is in for a big Week 7 role. Ravens at Seahawks (at 4:25 p.m. ET) Must Play: QB Ru sell Wilson; QB Lamar Jackson; RB Chris Carson Start: WR Tyler Lockett; TE Mark Andrews; RB Mark Ingram Injuries to monitor: WR (ankle); RB (hamstring) Key Game Fact -- currently has career-highs in completion rate, yards per game, yards per pa s attempt, and QB rating -- Wilson ranks first in QB rating when pre sured and when kept clean, per PFF When the have the ball: Baltimore's side is extremely straight-forward. The will be without (ankle) again this week, locking in and as Baltimore's top two wideouts. Neither of those two are playable in fantasy this week, but is set up for another big week. Andrews went for 6/99 on eight targets last week without Brown while the have struggled against enemy tight ends all year, allowing 9/93 to TEs, 7/38/2 to , 10/183 to TEs, and 3/47/1 to last week. Few running backs have a higher touchdown upside than as his 14 carries inside of the 10-yard line is second behind only (15). The are allowing the fourth-most red-zone drives per game. When the have the ball: Over the last three weeks, has compiled 26, 28, and 28 touches while playing on over 75 percent of ' snaps in every contest. While can't get his hamstring healthy, Carson remains an every-down workhorse and one of the highest ceiling RB plays of the week. Even though is an auto-start this week, it will be interesting to see how the use their cornerbacks this week. When he has shadowed receivers this season, has traveled into the slot -- like he did with . If the decide to use Humphrey as a shadow against , will have a chance to get loose against newly-acquired and . Metcalf quietly ranks second in the league in both red-zone (12) and endzone targets (7) and his touchdown expectation climbs higher with (Achilles) out for the season. Eagles at Cowboys (at 8:20 p.m. ET) Must Play: RB Ezekiel Elliott Start: WR Michael Gallup; QB Carson Wentz; TE Zach Ertz; WR Beware: QB Dak Prescott Sit: RB Miles Sanders Injuries to monitor:WR (quad) Key Game Facts -- The are allowing the second-fewest yards per carry, the third-fewest explosive runs, and the third-fewest yards per game to opposing RBs -- Per Next Gen Stats, the have allowed a QB hurry in under three seconds on 21 percent of 's dropbacks without over the last three weeks -- With Smith, Prescott has been hurried in under three seconds on just 11.7 percent of his dropbacks in Weeks 1-3 When the have the ball: has very quietly recorded a QB1 finish (top-12) in all but one game this season despite all of the injuries at receiver. has been similarly consistent, as Ertz, and are the only tight ends to record 50 or more yards in every game so far. While is set to mi s his fifth-straight game, has seen absurd volume in this offense in Jackson's absence. Jeffery has seen at least 28 percent of Wentz's targets in all three games since he returned from a calf injury in Week 4, logging WR25, WR32, and WR6 fantasy results. Dallas has done a decent job of limiting boundary wideouts this season, but Jeffery needs to be locked into all lineups as a WR2. With coming off of a season-high 63 percent snap rate last week, seems like a trap play against Dallas. Sanders saw just 3 carries in Week 6 and he'll have to live off his receiving role for fantasy value moving forward. Sanders has flashed explosive ability, but he has seen more than 5 targets just once all year. When the have the ball: Dallas' outlook in this game rests entirely upon their injury situation. (quad), LT (ankle), RT La'El Collins (knee), and G (ankle, back) all got in limited practices this week and are tentatively expected to play against Philadelphia. With both teams at 3-3, the NFC East stakes are clear in this matchup. Unfortunately for fantasy, is an extremely tough call. Cooper tried to play through his injury last week but ultimately had to leave the game after just three plays. Because the matchup is so juicy, I'm leaning towards rolling Cooper out on all of my fantasy teams. Philadelphia is allowing a league-high 37.0 PPR points per game to wideouts aligned out wide per Next Gen Stats. Cooper may be limited, but he only needs a handful of targets to have a decent game. Regardle s of Cooper's status, this is ultimately a huge spot for . Patriots at Jets (at 8:15 p.m. ET) -- Monday Night Football Must Play: WR Julian Edelman Start: QB Tom Brady; RB James White; RB Le'Veon Bell Beware: RB Sony Michel; WR Jamison Crowder; WR Robby Anderson Sit: QB Sam Darnold Injuries to monitor: WR (knee); WR (hamstring) Key Game Facts -- has seen 26 targets in 's two starts this season -- Darnold has targeted Crowder on 28.1 percent of his routes from the slot, which would trail (30 percent) for the league's highest rate among slot receivers When the have the ball: The Pats' receivers continue to be one of the most banged-up position groups in the NFL. is unlikely to play on MNF after not practicing all week while Dorsett is questionable. All roads lead to having a monster game against a secondary that is allowing the eighth-most PPR points per game to opposing slot receivers. (foot) may be back for Week 7, further muddying up the Pats' backfield. While has finished as a top-24 fantasy back in every single one of his starts so far, has been... the opposite of consistent. Michel has 17, 19, and 24 touches over the last three weeks but with Burkhead po sibly returning, Michel's role is liable to change. Plus, New York' Martavis Bryant Men Jersey s run defense has been stellar in five games this year -- limiting opposing ball carriers to just 3.64 yards per carry (sixth-fewest) and a 41 percent succe s rate (third-best). I'd tread lightly on Michel this week. When the have the ball: This is a tough spot acro s the board for the with the hilariously allowing the league's fewest fantasy points per pa s attempt and per carry. and Co. are easily the toughest test of the year, but Stephon Gillmore has inarguably been the best cornerback in the NFL this season and the have allowed one running back to eclipse 40 yards on the ground. is second among running backs in snap rate (96 percent) and team share of carries (82 percent), which makes him impo sible to bench, but this is an equally impo sible matchup. If you're forced to start a wideout in this game, I'd lean towards -- especially in PPR leagues. Gillmore should have no i sue slowing down while 's (hamstring) absence will continue to elevate Crowder into a high volume role out of the slot. -- Graham Barfield is a fantasy editor and analyst for NFL.com. 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