Week 7 Fantasy WR Rankings

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Oct 6, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz (80) in the second half against the Philadelphia Eagles during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

1. Dez Bryant - Very quiet last week, but he’s been a beast this year and the Eagles are a cake matchup.

2. Brandon Marshall – Two TDs against the Giants last Thursday and the Redskins won’t be able to stop him Sunday.

3. A.J. Green - Got out of his slump last week and the Lions are not great against the pass.

4. Victor Cruz - Has had two quiet weeks in a row, but the Giants O-line is coming together and the Vikings get torched in the secondary.

5. Wes Welker - Has a touchdown in every game so far, and he’s been historically good versus Indy.

6. Demaryius Thomas - Only scored in double digits twice this year. This is the first week he’s not the top Broncos WR.

7. Calvin Johnson - The knee is troubling, as is his combined two fantasy points in his last two games.

8. Vincent Jackson - Coming off his best game this year, maybe he and Mike Glennon have some chemistry.

9. DeSean Jackson - He’s had two straight huge games, but Jackson is historically inconsistent. Expect a drop-off Sunday.

10. Pierre Garcon - He’ll see a ton of targets and the Bears D is no longer elite.

11. Antonio Brown - Another guy who’s thrown to a lot, Brown will be glad to face a Ravens D that is not what it once was.

12. Reggie Wayne - He’s been solid this year and teams can throw (out of necessity) on Denver.

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Topics: A.J. Green, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, Fantasy Football, Jordy Nelson, Josh Gordon, Vincent Jackson, Wes Welker

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