Week 7 fantasy football rankings and waiver adds
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Here come our initial Week 7 fantasy football rankings for all scoring formats.
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Depending on your league settings, you may still be in waiver wire territory, so I’ll also share a few pickup recommendations courtesy of 5th Down’s Aidan Gurvitch. Hope all is well where you are, and thanks so much for subscribing!
Week 7 waiver wire adds
Wan’Dale Robinson, NYG- WR (8%)
Second-round pick Wan’Dale Robinson finally came back from injury, which resulted in a much lower snap count for other New York receivers, such as Richie James Jr. and David Sills V. With Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney clearly unable to stay on the field, in addition to Sterling Shepard being out for the season, you can expect Robinson’s load to ramp up and watch him become the top wideout on the team.
Josh Reynolds, DET- WR (33%)
There is no reason not to trust Reynolds at this point. With almost 30 targets in his last three games, Reynolds has been nothing less than consistent. Even in the Lions’ first bad offensive week of the season, Reynolds still produced almost 100 yards. Coming off of the Week 6 bye, Reynolds should be fresh to take on the Cowboys.
D’Onte Foreman, CAR- RB (5%)
There has been trade buzz surrounding superstar RB Christian McCaffrey. If McCaffrey does indeed get traded, D’Onte Foreman should be the next man up. Carolina has brought a lot of questions to the table the last couple of weeks, with no answers. Nothing is for certain about Foreman, but he may be worth a shot if a McCaffrey trade happens sooner rather than later.
Week 7 fantasy rankings
Our Week 7 fantasy football rankings for PPR, Half-PPR, and Standard scoring formats will update frequently up until kickoff on Sunday.