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Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 PPR Rankings
Travis Fulgham Note
Travis Fulgham photo 49. Travis Fulgham WR - (vs . NYG)
With the news that Jeffery will be out this week, Fulgham jumps right back up into consideration as a viable fantasy option. While the Giants have been actually pretty tough on opposing wideouts, Fulgham's proven himself in some really tough matchups recently. He's shown a rapport with Wentz and he can be viewed as a solid WR3 this week with upside.
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Boston Scott Note
Boston Scott photo 50. Boston Scott RB - (vs . NYG)
With the news that Sanders is likely out for 1-2 weeks, Scott will step in as the main beneficiary and he should see a slight uptick in his carries and receptions out of the backfield. However, Scott's unlikely to step in and see all of Sanders' workload. He can be plugged in as a fine low-end RB2 in this matchup.
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DeSean Jackson Note
DeSean Jackson photo 104. DeSean Jackson WR - (vs . NYG)
Jackson will be back in the lineup for this game, but it sounds like he may be on a snap count. With that in mind, it's best to stay far away from Jackson this week in fantasy.
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Greg Ward Note
Greg Ward photo 112. Greg Ward WR - (vs . NYG)
Ward continues to see enough targets to be relevant in this offense, but it's not going to amount to much more than a low-end WR3 in Full PPR formats.
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Richard Rodgers Note
Richard Rodgers photo 129. Richard Rodgers TE - (vs . NYG)
After Zach Ertz left the game, we saw Rodgers play a season-high 57 snaps while running 20 routes. He's been targeted 10 times on the season and has turned them into nine catches for 99 yards, so he's been nearly twice as efficient as Ertz. It's not apples to apples but we have to look at production on what each player's been given. The Eagles have been TE-heavy under Doug Pederson and it's not like they're going to change their offense overnight. The 74 targets the tight ends have received accounts for a 31.4 percent target share, so Rodgers could be in for more targets than most expect. The Giants have not been a team to target with tight ends under Joe Judge, as they've still yet to allow a tight end more than four catches or 49 yards. Now, to be fair, they've yet to face a tight end who's seen more than four targets. Based on all efficiency metrics, they are an average team against the position, allowing 7.06 yards per target. They also rank as the seventh-best team against tight ends in Football Outsiders' DVOA metric. Rodgers should be a decent streamer if you're looking for a top-18 floor, though his ceiling may not be anything spectacular.
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Corey Clement Note
Corey Clement photo 146. Corey Clement RB - (vs . NYG)
Clement becomes an intriguing option with Sanders set to miss some time. He'll split the work with Scott in this backfield, but Clement should see enough touches in a fine matchup to warrant RB3 consideration.
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John Hightower Note
John Hightower photo 172. John Hightower WR - (vs . NYG)
Jason Huntley Note
Jason Huntley photo 214. Jason Huntley RB - (vs . NYG)
JJ Arcega-Whiteside Note
JJ Arcega-Whiteside photo 216. JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR - (vs . NYG)
Jason Croom Note
Jason Croom photo 237. Jason Croom TE - (vs . NYG)
Jalen Reagor Note
Jalen Reagor photo 299. Jalen Reagor WR - (vs . NYG)
Hakeem Butler Note
Hakeem Butler photo 326. Hakeem Butler WR,TE - (vs . NYG)