Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 Rankings
Tyreek Hill photo 16. Tyreek Hill WR - (at DEN)
Aren't you glad you held onto him? Hill returned from injury with a five reception, 80-yard performance with two touchdowns. He has overall WR1 upside every week, and we're all glad he's back.
4 days ago
Travis Kelce photo 32. Travis Kelce TE - (at DEN)
Damien Williams photo 63. Damien Williams RB - (at DEN)
Williams only had one carry in his Week 6 game where the Chiefs generally abandoned the run, but he saved his fantasy day with a receiving touchdown. In Week 7, he faces a Denver defense that can generally be exploited with an effective running game, but he's risky considering the sporadic Chiefs running back usage. He's a low-end RB2/high-end RB3.
5 days ago
LeSean McCoy photo 65. LeSean McCoy RB - (at DEN)
Does anyone have any idea what's going on with the Chiefs backfield? McCoy has averaged 5.4 yards per attempt this season, though he doesn't have more than 14 touches in a single game. Avoid him if you can, but he's a decent FLEX option if you're desperate.
4 days ago
Mecole Hardman photo 82. Mecole Hardman WR - (at DEN)
Just when we had written off Hardman as being stuck behind at least Demarcus Robinson, he goes out and records a decent four receptions on 45 yards, compared to zero for Robinson. Ideally, we'd avoid this situation entirely, but Hardman has some upside if you're extremely desperate.
4 days ago
Demarcus Robinson photo 83. Demarcus Robinson WR - (at DEN)
Every week, there seems to be a Chiefs receiver that is a lock for a high volume game, and then they go out and do nothing. That was Robinson in Week 6, as he posted zero receptions on four targets. It seems that he, Sammy Watkins, and Mecole Hardman will continue to play musical chairs for who feels like producing as the third receiving option on the Chiefs behind Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.
4 days ago
Byron Pringle photo 128. Byron Pringle WR - (at DEN)
Darrel Williams photo 146. Darrel Williams RB - (at DEN)
Darrel Williams is on the outside looking in in a very crowded and often annoying Chiefs backfield. His one touch in Week 6 was a 52-yard reception, but we'd like to see some consistent involvement before endorsing him as anything but a high-upside stash.
4 days ago
De'Anthony Thomas photo 273. De'Anthony Thomas WR - (at DEN)
Anthony Sherman photo 276. Anthony Sherman RB - (at DEN)
Blake Bell photo 287. Blake Bell TE - (at DEN)
Deon Yelder photo 305. Deon Yelder TE - (at DEN)