Todd Gurley has been unstoppable for the Rams, and he should continue his dominant ways in Week 7 against the San Francisco defense that recently gave up 159 combined yards and a touchdown to Melvin Gordon.
Greg Zuerlein is expected to return to action for the Rams in Week 7, and he'll immediately return as an elite fantasy option against the 49ers.
Odell Beckham and the Giants draw a juicy matchup in Week 7 when they take on the Atlanta Falcons, whose defense has allowed 16 passing scores thus far in 2018, which is tied for last in the NFL.
Tyreek Hill exploded for 142 yards and three scores in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, and he could put up big numbers again in Week 7 when the Chiefs face a Bengals defense that ranks 27th in passing yards allowed at 303 per game.
Adam Thielen leads the league in receptions and yards, having topped 100 yards in every game to date as the Vikings travel to New York to face a Jets secondary in Week 7 that has allowed five 100-yard receivers through six games.
Kareem Hunt erupted for 185 scrimmage yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Rams, and he could be headed for another big performance in Week 7 when the Chiefs face a Bengals defense that ranks in the bottom-10 of the league in YPC allowed and receiving yards given up to opposition RBs.
Travis Kelce caught five of nine targets for 61 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, his lowest receiving total since the Chiefs' opener, but he seems poised for a better performance in Week 7 against a Bengals defense that ranks 26th in receiving yards allowed to opposition tight ends.
Patrick Mahomes threw for 352 yards and four TDs in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, and the Chiefs' dynamic young QB should post big numbers again in Week 7 against a Bengals defense that ranks 27th in passing yards allowed at 303 per game.
Harrison Butker has yet to miss a kick this year while connecting on a season-high four field goals in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, and he should see plenty of opportunities in Week 7 when the Chiefs face a Bengals defense that ranks 23rd in points allowed.
Saquon Barkley has six-straight games with at least 100 yards from scrimmage to begin his NFL career with the Giants, and will clash with an Atlanta defense in Week 7 in the bottom third of the NFL in terms of rushing yards allowed and rushing touchdowns surrendered in 2018.
David Johnson has found the end zone in three-straight games, and he’ll have a good chance to extend that streak in Week 7 when the Cardinals take on a Denver defense that’s given up over 500 rushing yards over the last two games.
Julio Jones continues to search for his first touchdown of the season, but the star wide receiver has still made fantasy owners happy with 44 catches for 707 yards heading into Atlanta's Week 7 meeting with the 1-5 Giants.
Brandin Cooks has posted at least 87 yards on four-different occasions for the Rams, and there will be nothing scary about his Week 7 matchup against a San Francisco defense that’s ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Jarvis Landry had by far his worst fantasy performance last week only catching two of his nine targets for 11 yards, but he'll look to bounce back in a great matchup in Week 7 when the Browns take on the Buccaneers, who have given up the second-most fantasy points to receivers.
John Brown is coming off his worst fantasy week, where he only managed two catches for 18 yards on three targets, but Brown has a great chance to bounce back in Week 7 when the Ravens take on the Saints, who have given up the most fantasy points to receivers this season.
Michael Crabtree is coming off his best fantasy performance last week when he had six catches on nine targets for 93 yards and a touchdown, and he'll have a chance for another big performance in Week 7 when the Ravens take on the Saints, who have given up the most fantasy points to receivers this season.
Joe Flacco has the second-most pass attempts this season, and in Week 7 expect him to continue to sling the ball early and often when the Ravens take on the Saints, who have given up the third-most fantasy points and passing yards per game to quarterbacks.
Matt Ryan has topped 350 yards in three of the past four games, so Atlanta's quarterback is locked in as a top-end option at his position ahead of a Week 7 home matchup with the Giants on Monday.
Stefon Diggs is coming off of a season low in targets and receptions, though it came in a game where the Vikings finally were able to run effectively, and a bounce back in Week 7 against a Jets secondary that has allowed five 100-yard receivers seems probable.
Melvin Gordon piled up 150 scrimmage yards and three scores in Sunday's win over the Browns, and he should be heavily involved for the Chargers again in Week 7 against a Titans defense that ranks 26th in rushing yards allowed at 123.2 per game.
Christian Kirk has posted at least 77 yards in three of his last four games, and he could continue to be the Cardinals top receiver in Week 7 when he faces a Denver defense that’s allowed an opposing wide receiver to reach at least 109 yards in each of their last two games.
Jameis Winston grabbed the reins with 395 passing yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions in his first start of the season last week, and he'll lead Tampa Bay's explosive offense again in Week 7 while looking to cut down on the errors in Cleveland.
Tennessee's out-of-sync offense didn't generate any scoring opportunities for Ryan Succop last week, but he remains tied for fifth in FGA and could be useful Week 7 against the Chargers' 16th-ranked scoring defense.
Golden Tate has seen at least seven targets in every contest to date as the Lions get set to battle the Dolphins in Week 7, a defense that allows 279 yards passing per game and has allowed five opposing receivers to top 83 yards against them.
Andy Dalton last week had his least amount of passing yards and worst passing percentage of the season, but he'll look to bounce back in Week 7 when the Bengals take on the Chiefs, who have given up the second-most passing yards per game.
A.J. Green had another solid performance last week with seven catches on 12 targets for 85 yards, and he'll look to improve those numbers in Week 7 when the Bengals take on the Chiefs who give up the second-most receiving yards per game in the NFL.
Justin Tucker didn't attempt a field goal last week, but he did make all of his extra-point attempts and will be a must-play in Week 7 as an elite kicker, plus the Ravens take on the Saints in a game where they have an implied total over 26 points.
Lamar Miller returned from a chest injury and compiled 71 yards from scrimmage, his most since Week 1, and could be the main threat Week 7 against the Jaguars, who ceded 206 rushing yards to Dallas last week.
Alshon Jeffery has 29 targets and three touchdowns in three games since returning from injury for the Eagles, and will face a Carolina defense in Week 7 allowing 256 passing yards per game, which is 16th in the NFL.
Dan Bailey has gone for at least nine points in each of the last three weeks for Minnesota entering a Week 7 contest at the New York Jets, a defense that allows 23.2 points per game.
The Colts had much-needed running balance last week, but Andrew Luck still needed to throw 43 times, and he'll be tested in Week 7 against Buffalo, which held Houston to 142 net passing yards last week.
DeAndre Hopkins was held in check last week (season-low 63 yards) mostly due to the struggles of banged-up quarterback Deshaun Watson, and he now faces a Week 7 challenge against the Jaguars' top-ranked pass defense.
Zach Ertz is averaging over 11 targets per game this season for the Eagles and will face a mediocre Carolina defense in Week 7 allowing 256 passing yards per tilt, which is 16th in the league.
Rob Gronkowski caught just three passes, but still led the Patriots in receiving yards with 97 against the Chiefs and faces a Bears defense in Week 7 that's allowed 261 passing yards per game.
Mike Evans has been held below 60 yards in each of the past two games, but Tampa Bay's No. 1 wide receiver still has plenty of value in Week 7 against the Browns, having racked up 484 receiving yards and three touchdowns through five games.
Carson Wentz has seven touchdown passes in his last three games for the Eagles, but will face a Carolina defense in Week 7 thats allowed just nine passing scores in 2018, which is tied for eighth in the NFL.
Brett Maher has 11 field goals in his last three games or the Cowboys but will face a Washington squad in Week 7 allowing just 20.8 points per contest in 2018, which is eighth in the league.
Robert Woods has at least 100 total yards in each of the Rams last-four games, and he’ll have an unintimidating matchup in Week 7 against a 49ers defense that’s ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Phillip Lindsay saw only 10 touches in Sunday's loss to the Rams, but still topped 60 scrimmage yards for the fifth time in six games, and he could be poised to erupt in Week 7 as the Broncos face a Cardinals defense that ranks 31st in rushing yards allowed.
Eric Ebron caught a touchdown -- his sixth -- for a third-straight week and has just one game without a score, while starter Jack Doyle (hip) is questionable for Week 7 against the Bills' sixth-ranked pass defense.
Danny Amendola was targeted a team-high 11 times and, if Brock Osweiler starts again for the Dolphins, Amendola could build on their rapport heading into Week 7's tough matchup against the Lions top-10 secondary.
Cooper Kupp (knee) was in and out of last week’s game after suffering a knee injury which may keep him out of action, but if he’s healthy, he’ll have a fantastic matchup in Week 7 when the Rams face a 49ers defense that gave up at least 100 receiving yards to fellow slot receivers Adam Thielen and Golden Tate this year.
Joe Mixon continues to be the lead back for the Bengals and found the end zone again last week, plus in Week 7, Mixon gets to run against a Chiefs' team that's giving up the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Kenny Golladay will look to continue his emergence for the Lions as they return from a bye week to face the Dolphins in Week 7, a defense that is allowing 279 yards passing per game, with four opposing receivers having gone for at least 84 yards.
Peyton Barber was Tampa Bay's clear-cut No. 1 running back last week with 82 rushing yards on 13 carries despite rumors of rookie Ronald Jones taking over after the team's Week 5 bye, so Barber's an appealing plug-in option in Week 7 against a Browns team that's allowing 138.2 yards per game on the ground.
Tarik Cohen has seen a spike in usage over the last two weeks, particularly in the passing game, a trend that should continue in Week 7 against a New England defense that has allowed 18 receptions to opposing running backs over the last two weeks, assuming the Beards need to throw while playing from behind.
Adam Vinatieri posted 10 points last week, the third time he's reached double-digit points in 2018, and ranks tied for seventh among kickers with 48 points entering Week 7 when Indianapolis hosts Buffalo, which allows 8.0 PPG to kickers (21st).
David Njoku had his third-straight game with over 50 yards on at least five catches and in Week 7, he'll look to continue his streak as the Browns take on the Buccaneers, who have given up the most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Houston's 31st-ranked red zone offense provides ample scoring opportunities for Ka'imi Fairbairn, who leads the NFL with 18 FGA entering Week 7 against the Jaguars, who allow 10.0 PPG to kickers (30th).
Aldrick Rosas has at least two field goals in all but one game this season, and the Giants should be involved in a shootout in Week 7 against an Atlanta squad allowing 32 points per game, which is next to last in the NFL.