NFL Fanduel Week 7: Best Buys and Advice

Fanduel Sleepers Week 7

NFL Fanduel WeekLast week was another solid week for Gridiron Experts and my Fanduel sleepers. Hopefully, I can continue this streak in Week 7. The suggested Fanduel players below have been selected because they are, in my opinion, “the best bang for your buck” to build a lineup with.


Tyrod Taylor vs. TB

FanDuel Price: $7,000

Taylor finds himself in a great matchup against the Buccaneers at home. In the two home games this season for Taylor he scored over 17 points in both of those matchups who were against the Jets and the Broncos. The Buccaneers were torched this past week against the Cardinals and have given up on average the third most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season with 20 fantasy points a game.

Running Back

Devonta Freeman @ NE

FanDuel Price: $7,800

The Patriots defense isn’t good this season, especially it’s linebackers. Freeman is going to feast in this game. The Patriots defense is giving up 29 fantasy points a week to team running backs but where they are getting torched is against running backs who can catch the ball. The Patriots have surrendered the most receiving yards (457) to running backs this season, the second most receptions (42) and the second most targets (55) to running backs this season. Freeman is a great pass catcher who will be featured in this revenge game for the Falcons.

Dion Lewis vs. ATL

FanDuel Price: $5,500

Dion LewisBoth my running back best bargains are in the same game because I expect this game to be high scoring. Dion Lewis last week led the Patriots running backs in touches. His touches have slightly increased the last three weeks and I wonder if that trend continues. Lewis has scored twice in the last three weeks and is averaging 5.0 YPC on the season. Mike Gillislee fumbled last week and we know how much the Patriots love when a running back fumbles. Look for Lewis to get another 10 plus touches in Week 7.

Wide Receiver

A.J. Green vs. PIT

FanDuel Price: $8,500

So Green is the third highest price wide receiver so he needs to go absolutely crazy in order for him to be worth the investment. Well, Green is going to go crazy this week. He feasts on the Steelers in Pittsburgh. A big-time player who shows up in a big-time rivalry. In Greens last three games at Heinz Field. He has 32 targets, 22 receptions, 427 yards, and three touchdowns. That is an average of 7.3 receptions, 142 yards and one touchdown a game. Hoping he makes it four big games in a row against the Steelers.

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Robert Woods vs. ARZ

FanDuel Price: $6,000

Robert WoodsThe Cardinals nickel corners haven’t been good at all this season. As a team, they have given up the fifth most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers but most of that damage has been done away from Patrick Peterson. Speaking of Peterson he might miss the game to injury which opens the field up for Woods even more. Woods leads the Rams in receiving yards with 322 and he is second on the team in receptions behind running back Todd Gurley. Woods will find the end zone for the first time this year.

Tight End

Jimmy Graham vs. NYG

FanDuel Price: $5,600

[the_ad id=”72106″]It has been a disappointing season thus far for Graham but this week he gets the Giants. The Giants are the worst team in the NFL against tight ends. They have given up the most touchdowns (7), and yards (432) to tight ends this season. They are giving up an average of 20.2 fantasy points a week to the tight end position. Start Graham with confidence and smile all the way to the bank.


Defense / Special Teams

Miami Dolphins vs. NYJ

FanDuel Price: $4,300

The Dolphins defense is for real. They haven’t allowed more than 20 points in a game yet this year. The Jets are playing much better than expected but they still aren’t an offense that I would fear. Having the Jets at home is a great matchup and at that price, it is hard to argue with.

Thanks for reading and remember to come back next week and if you win big don’t be afraid to share some of the wealth to the guy who brought you the advice.


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