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Week 7 Fantasy Football Start'em, Sit'em

Chris PhelpsContributor IIIOctober 22, 2010

Week 7 Fantasy Football Start'em, Sit'em

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    Another week in the NFL and another week for fantasy football. So who do you start?     Well I got all the answers in this slideshow. I will give you a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end to start and sit.  So good luck in your week 7 fantasy football game and if you listen to my advice, you will do good.

Start' Em- Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)

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    Going up against a shaky Cleveland Browns defense, Drew Brees will be looking for his best game of the year. So far, he has not played up to expectations, but this game, I think he will turn it around and get at least 3 touchdown passes this week.

Sit'Em- Brett Favre (Minnesota Vikings)

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    Brett Favre played arguably his best game last week against the inconsistent Cowboys secondary. But I don't think he can show what he showed last week against a much tougher Packers defense. So don't start Brett this week. 

Start'Em- Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones (Kansas City Chiefs)

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    This week, the dynamic duo of Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones are going up against the Jacksonville Jaguars and the two speedsters are planning on splitting carries. So expect both players to rack up points this week in Kansas City.

Sit'Em- Felix Jones (Dallas Cowboys)

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    The New York Giants are headed to Big D to face the Cowboys in a division rival that the Cowboys need to win. But with the Giants running defense playing like they are, I don't like the chances of Felix Jones doing much this game, so don't start him and go with somebody else this week.

Start'Em- Anquan Boldin (Baltimore Ravens)

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    Anquan Boldin is one of the best receivers in the game right now. This week, Boldin will be looking to take advantage of a bad Bills defense. Don't be surprised if he scores a couple touchdowns this week.

Sit'Em- Michael Crabtree (San Francisco 49ers)

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    The Panthers have played below expectations, but this week, they will be looking for their first win against an also underplaying 49ers. With the Panthers having the interception leader on their team, don't expect Crabtree to do much especially since he has Alex Smith.

Start'Em- Aaron Hernandez (New England Patriots)

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    The Patriots are going up against the Chargers this week. The Chargers have struggled at defending the tight end this year and this is why I like Aaron Hernandez. Tom Brady should throw to him a lot because he will be open a lot. 

Sit'Em- Marcedes Lewis (Jacksonville Jaguars)

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    Marcedes Lewis is obviously David Garrard's favorite target this year. But I hate Lewis this week. He and the Jags are headed to Kansas City, who has and underrated defense, and they will be looking to try and get the ball to Lewis but he will be covered well.

The Best and Worst of The Rest

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    Start'Em-

    Phillip Rivers

    Matt Ryan

    Lesean McCoy

    Matt Forte

    Greg Jennings

    Jeremy Maclin

    John Carlson

     

    Sit'Em-

    Tony Romo

    Carson Palmer

    Peyton Hillis

    Ryan Torain

    Chad Ochocinco  Jason Witten

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