Clash of the Titans – Week 7 Results and Waiver Wire Advice

It was a bye week bonanza across the league last week with 6 teams on bye. Not only did it make for a crappy slate of NFL games but Q was unable to field a full roster in our 1 vs 1 league, essentially deciding to take an L instead of dropping some of his starting players. It remains to be seen if this move will pay off for him. For now, Jake is up 4-3 and riding a 3 game win streak and not showing any signs of slowing down. 

Waiver Wire Advice:

ADD

Randall Cobb – Picking a Packers WR not named Davante Adams to start each week this year has been like a game of whac-a-mole. That game has become much easier for Thursday’s matchup with Arizona as Davante Adams and Allen Lazard have both tested positive for COVID. Cobb is now a must add and a great pick to cover byes or injuries in week 8. In a short week it is unlikely Adams or Lazard will be back so this should boost the stock of Cobb, Jones, Tonyan and co. as someone needs to catch those Rodgers passes. 

DROP

Sam Darnold – A fantasy darling through 4 weeks, Sam seemed like he could do no wrong and was poised to be a top 10 fantasy QB by year end. Fast forward and he has now combined for 28 points over the last 3 weeks. There is no doubt that losing CMC has tanked his game but he looks lost out there and a benching in week 7 should be the nail in the coffin. If you are still holding on to Sam (hopefully not starting him) I would look for a different QB on the upward trend like Carson Wentz who’s averaging almost 20 points over his last four starts. 

HOLD

Allen Robinson – While I’m becoming increasingly bearish on anyone catching balls from Justin Fields in Matt Nagy’s dog shit offense, Allen Robinson still intrigues me. I don’t at all expect him to pop on the Bears but with Chicago moving quickly towards a lost season they may look to trade Allen Robinson before next Tuesday’s trade deadline (Nov 2). I can’t see why Robinson would sign with the Bears after this season as he’s set to become a free agent in the spring. Chicago should do the smart thing and trade him to recoup any sort of value. My eyes are on teams like the Saints or Colts who could use additional WR help heading into a playoff push. That could boost Robinson’s value tremendously. If he’s not traded by November 2nd I will absolutely be dropping his ass.

Arbitrage Week 7 Scoring Breakdown:

DPJ’s Team

POSPLAYERWEEK 7 SCORE
QBPatrick Mahomes7.74
QBLamar Jackson 23.08
RBDerrick Henry15.4
RBAaron Jones6.4
RBD’Andre Swift24.4
RBLeonard Fournette16
WRCooper Kupp32.6
WRDavante Adams16.6
WRCalvin Ridley 10.6
WRDeAndre Hopkins14.8
RBJoe Mixon11.9
RBJonathan Taylor16.5
RBDarrell Henderson7.9
RBDarrel Williams 6.5
RBJosh Jacobs14.3
WRDeebo Samuel17.5
TETravis Kelce10
TEDallas Goedert10.5
262.72
BENCH
QBJustin Herbert0
QBAaron Rodgers24.66
QBTom Brady24.44
RBAntonio Gibson6.6
RBKareem Hunt0
RBEzekiel Elliott 0
RBChristian McCaffrey0
WRRobert Woods12
WRChris Godwin21.1
WRDiontae Johnson0
WRMike Evans28.6
WRKeenan Allen0
WRAntonio Brown0
TEDarren Waller0

Q’s Team

POSPLAYERWEEK 7 SCORE
QBKyler Murray21.44
QBJalen Hurts23.54
RBSaquon Barkley0
RBCordarrelle Patterson13.1
RBAlvin Kamara28.9
RBDevontae Booker13.6
WRTyreek Hill9.7
WRStefon Diggs0
WRA.J. Brown23.3
WRDK Metcalf16.6
TEKyle Pitts19.8
TEMark Andrews6.3
WRMike Williams0
WRDJ Moore10.3
WRTerry McLaurin21.7
WRJustin Jefferson 0
WRJa’Marr Chase30.1
WRBrandin Cooks4.6
242.98
BENCH
QBDak Prescott0
QBJosh Allen0
RBJames Robinson0
RBClyde Edwards-Helaire0
RBDavid Montgomery0
RBDalvin Cook0
RBAustin Ekeler0
RBNick Chubb0
RBNajee Harris0
WRCeeDee Lamb0
WRAmari Cooper0
WRAdam Thielen 0
TEDawson Knox0
TEGeorge Kittle0

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