Fantasy Football Week 7 Waiver Wire: Say goodbye to Blues Week by grabbing Wan’Dale Robinson, Alec Pierce, and more


Week 7 is a bit harsh when it comes to players saying goodbye. It wouldn’t be easy to replace stars from Buffalo, Minnesota, Philadelphia and the Rams.

We don’t have the ability to use Josh Allen, Jalen Hurts, Kirk Cousins, or even Matthew Stafford in the middle. When running, we’re without Dalvin Cook, Miles Sanders, Devin Singletary and Daryl Henderson.

Recipients abroad include Cooper Cope, Justin Jefferson, Stephen Diggs, Gabe Davis, AJ Brown, DeVonta Smith, Adam Thelin and Allen Robinson. And we don’t have Dallas Guedert or Tyler Higby at the end of a court, as well as Dawson Knox and Irv Smith.

Look at these names, and for the most part, we’ll miss production. We hope you have prepared for this registration period in advance. But if not, we have plenty of options for you on waiver wire as an alternative.

And you might find that some of the players you might add this week — Alec Pierce, Wan Del Robinson and Latavius ​​Murray, among others — might have some strength for the rest of the season. These are the players we want to include on our list at this point in the year.

Editor’s Note: For this exemption wire column, we’re only looking at players on the bottom 65 percent of CBS sports leagues.

Seventh week concessions

  • Farewell: Josh Allen, Matthew Stafford, Kirk Cousins ​​and Galen Hurts
  • Injuries: Dak Prescott (thumb), Toa Tagovailoa (concussion), Russell Wilson (hamstring), Carson Wentz (finger), James Winston (back), Justin Fields (shoulder), Kenny Beckett (concussion), Mac Jones ( Ankle), Baker Mayfield (ankle), Andy Dalton (back), Sklyer Thompson (thumb) and PJ Walker (neck).
  • Check to see if it’s available: Tua Tagovailoa (81 percent listed) and Jared Goff (72 percent). Tagoviloa is expected to play in week seven against the Steelers, having missed the previous two matches due to a concussion. Before he got hurt, Tagovailoa was showing signs of becoming the #1 Fantasy quarterback in all tournaments, and hopefully he’ll be back to that level. I don’t want to start Tagovailoa in week 7, but I would like to hide it on the bench if there are enough places on the list. … Coming from his farewell, Goff has the chance to be a weekly player in all tournaments. We saw it to open the season when he scored at least 18 Fantasy points in three of his first four games, including two with at least 34 points. I love him as a low-level beginner in week seven in Dallas.
  • Drop candidates: Matthew Stafford (94 percent included), Russell Wilson (92 percent) and Carson Wentz (58 percent). Stafford doesn’t deserve to hide his farewell. He has one game with over 14 Fantasy points per season and only one outing with several touchdowns, which was in Week 2. Hopefully things will improve after the farewell, but within six weeks Stafford has been among the biggest rips in the middle. … Speaking of busts, you don’t need to include Wilson anymore either in single leagues. He has one game with over 19 Fantasy points per season, and he injured his hamstring in Week 6 in the Chargers. Keep an eye on his condition in Week 7 against the Jets, but even if he’s healthy, he’s just a fictional No. 2 option at best in most tournaments. … Wentz underwent surgery on his right finger on Monday, and we’ll see if the leaders decide to put him in an injured reserve, which means he’ll be out for at least four games. Even if he avoids IR, Wentz isn’t playing for at least 2-3 matches, and you wouldn’t trust him even if he did because he’d be under 100 percent.

List of assignment priorities for the seventh week

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turn their backs

  • Farewell: Dalvin Cook, Alexander Mattison, Miles Sanders, Devin Singletary, Daryl Henderson, Cam Akers
  • Injuries: Jonathan Taylor (ankle), Dandery Swift (shoulder), JK Dobbins (knee), James Conner (ribs), Eno Benjamin (foot), Damien Harris (hamstring), Cordaryl Patterson (knee), Cam Akers (personal), Niheim Hines (concussion), Dion Jackson (quad), Elijah Mitchell (knee), Mark Ingram (knee), Joshua Kelly (knee), Daryl Williams (knee), Justice Hill (hamstring), Joss Edwards (knee) Damien Williams (ribs)
  • Check to see if it’s available: Khalil Herbert (79 percent listed), Michael Carter (74 percent), Rashad White (72 percent), Niheim Haynes (67 percent), and Dion Jackson (66 percent). Herbert deserves to be hidden in all the leagues should something happen to David Montgomery. We’ve already seen two games this season with Montgomery out, and Herbert has averaged a 20.0 PPR during that time. … Jets dominate the ground with Breece Hall, and Carter has an appeal for his lottery ticket in case Hall is hurt. Carter also gets to work alongside Hall, and Carter has two games with 17 PPR points in six games. … White is a lottery ticket as the No. 2 player back in Tampa Bay, and he’d be a star if something happened to Leonard Fortnite. White also plays alongside Fournette and has scored 25 PPR points in his past three matches. …we don’t know what will happen with the Colts backstroke heading into Week 7 against the Titans, especially with Taylor’s injury continuing. It’s worth adding Hines and Jackson where available to see what happens. Hines has staying power due to his pass-picking role in Indianapolis, and Jackson just scored 39 PPR points in the past two games with Taylor and Hines injured. Jackson is dealing with a quad injury, so keep that in mind before adding it, but the upside is big if he has the lead role again.
  • Drop candidates: Melvin Gordon (98 percent listed), Antonio Gibson (88 percent), Cam Akers (84 percent) and Chase Edmonds (72 percent). Gordon may have spent more time on the sidelines on Monday at the Chargers due to the neck injury he was dealing with. Or it may have been replaced by Platavius ​​Murray. You don’t have to bring down Gordon in the majority of tournaments. But if he’s not well liked by the Denver coaching staff because of Murray and Mike Boone, you don’t need to include Gordon in most of the shallow fantasy leagues. …Gibson played well in Week 6 in Chicago with five catches for 35 yards, along with three catches for 18 yards on four goals. But he’s now behind Brian Robinson Jr. as Washington’s main defender, and JD Makisic will continue to play his part in the passing game. Gibson wouldn’t have much fanciful value if he wasn’t in a premium role, and you can move on from him in the shallow leagues. … you might want to include Akers in case he trades and land well to help get his Fantasy worth, but he’s not expected to play with the Rams anytime soon – that’s if that ever happens again. It might force you to leave him in some shallow fantasy tournament, which we hope you won’t regret if his outlook on a new team improves. …Edmonds has five touchdowns in his previous two games against the Gates and the Vikings, and is clearly behind Rahim Mostert now. That can change, especially if Mostert is injured at any point, but you don’t have to include Edmunds in most of the Fantasia Shallow Tournaments.

List of assignment priorities for the seventh week

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broad receptors

  • Farewell: Cooper Cobb, Allen Robinson, Justin Jefferson, Adam Tillen, AJ Brown, Devonta Smith, Stevon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Isaiah Mackenzie
  • Injuries: Marquis Brown (foot), Michael Thomas (foot), Kenan Allen (hamstring), Chris Olaf (concussion), Rachod Bateman (foot), Jahan Dotson (hamstring), Julio Jones (knee), Jarvis Landry (ankle). ), Marvin Jones (hamstring), Treylon Burks (toe), Kadarius Toney (hamstring), Christian Watson (hamstring), Randall Cobb (ankle), DJ Chark (ankle), Kenny Golladay (knee) and Nelson Agholor (knee) hamstrings).
  • Check to see if it’s available: Michael Gallup (77 percent listed), Tyler Boyd (72 percent) and Robert Woods (71 percent). I’m excited to see what Gallup can do with Dak Prescott, so add Gallup where available. They haven’t played together this season since Gallup was knocked out in week one, and Gallup could play like a future Top 30 in all leagues for the rest of the year. …Zach Taylor said he wanted Boyd to show more before Week Six, and he did so with his second most goal of the season in New Orleans. He had six goals for six catches and 66 yards. This can go on and on, and Boyd should be considered the number 3 receiver in the majority of tournaments, even with Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins in good health. … Woods could be the No. 3 Able Receiver in PPR, and has scored at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games before the Titans bye in Week 6. He earned 13 PPR points in Colts in Week 4 And he played Indianapolis again this week.
  • Drop candidates: Garrett Wilson (83 percent listed), Cory Davis (63 percent), Isaiah Mackenzie (60 percent) and Elijah Moore (55 percent). The Jets’ wide receiver goals in the past two games against the Dolphins and Packers are a total of 21 goals each for Wilson, Davis and Moore. Production at this range is nine catches at 136 yards and no landings. The Jets are a running team, and there’s no good reason to set these receivers on week seven in Denver. …there’s no reason to include McKinsey in farewell week. He has two games with at least 12 PPR points and three games with nine points or less.

List of assignment priorities for the seventh week

  • Farewell: Dallas Guedert, Tyler Higby, Irv Smith and Dawson Knox
  • Notable injuries: Darren Waller (hamstring), Pat Freymouth (concussion), Dalton Schultz (knee), Logan Thomas (calf) and Cameron Pratt (neck).
  • Check to see if it’s available: Dalton Schultz (76 percent listed), Pat Freermouth (76 percent) and Robert Tonian (69 percent). Schultz is dealing with a knee injury, but he’s worth the hideaway if you have a seat on the bench. I’d like to see what Schultz can do, even at less than 100 percent, now that Dak Prescott is healthy. …Hopefully Freiermuth clears the concussion protocol soon, and has his top 10 upside when healthy as we’ve seen this year. He scored at least 12 PPR points in three of his first four games before getting injured in Week 5 at Buffalo. … Tonian should be on the all-star list, and he should continue to be a suitable option for Aaron Rodgers, especially with Randall Cobb (ankle) injured. In Week 6 against the Jets, Tonyan had 10 hits for 90 yards on 12 goals, and has now scored at least nine PPR points in three of his past four games. He’d be the most difficult party he’d add this week if he was available.
  • Drop candidates: Dawson Knox (65 percent listed), Irv Smith (54 percent) and Tyler Conklin (38 percent). Knox scored his first touchdown of the season in Week Six at Kansas City Stadium, and it was his first game with over eight PPR points. He doesn’t deserve to hold on with Buffalo in a week 7 farewell…Smith scored his second touchdown of the season in Week 6 in Miami, but he doesn’t deserve to hold it with Minnesota in a Week 7 farewell. Smith has at least two games in the hour 10 PPR points and four games with eight PPR points or less. …in three games with Zach Wilson under center, Conklin amassed 10 PPR points on eight goals, four catches, 68 yards and no touchdowns. Conklin misses Joe Flacco in the middle in favor of the Jets.

  • Patriots (62 percent listed) vs. Chi
  • Aircraft (5 per cent listed) in the DEN
  • Titans (21 percent on the list) vs. IND
  • Giants (16 percent are on the list) in JAC
  • Broncos (62% listed) vs. New York

  • Brett Maher (61% listed) vs. DET
  • Graham Gano (61 percent listed) at JAC
  • Chase McLaughlin (18 percent listed) at TEN
  • Greg Zorlin (9 percent listed) at DEN

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