Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 Rankings
Julian Edelman photo 10. Julian Edelman (at NYJ)
Everyone on the Patriots keeps getting hurt, but Edelman keeps producing. He only has one game this season with less than seven targets, and he's the obvious number one target in the Patriots offense. He's an absolute must start.
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Phillip Dorsett photo 48. Phillip Dorsett (at NYJ)
Dorsett is one of the premier bench stashes in fantasy football, as he should be in a prime position once his hamstring injury heals. Prior to the game that he left injured, he averaged eight targets per game in the previous two. If you really want to use him in Week 7, make sure you have alternates in place because the Patriots play Monday night against the Jets. Demaryius Thomas probably fits the bill as a decent swap if Dorsett is a game-time decision.
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Jakobi Meyers photo 49. Jakobi Meyers (at NYJ)
Josh Gordon photo 93. Josh Gordon (at NYJ)
Many people thought Josh Gordon's season was over after suffering what looked like a brutal knee injury in Week 6. His status for Week 7 is still up in the air at this point, but he seems to have avoided anything serious. He has struggled to reach his potential this season, having never exceed six receptions or 83 yards in a single game, plus he's only scored once. He's a high-upside FLEX, but ideally you have a stronger WR2 option at this point.
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Gunner Olszewski photo 112. Gunner Olszewski (at NYJ)
N'Keal Harry photo 142. N'Keal Harry (at NYJ)
Matt Slater photo 156. Matt Slater (at NYJ)