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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Dee Eskridge (concussion) has a chance at making his NFL debut during the team's Week 3 matchup vs. Minnesota. Eskridge, the team's second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft out of Western Michigan, has been sidelined under the league's concussion protocol. His absence opened the door for Freddie Swain to step into an elevated role, which he parlayed into a 95-yard, one touchdown performance in Week 2. Most encouragingly for Eskridge moving forward, he will practice this week, an indication that a return to play likely isn't far off. He will have to battle D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett -- as well as Swain -- for targets, but he could emerge as an under-the-radar DFS selection moving forward where applicable.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake will look to be a difference-maker in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles, but it isn't clear how much of an impact he will actually have. The Alabama product was all over the place last week against the Denver Broncos, logging four carries for 34 yards and one rushing touchdown as well as two receptions for 39 yards and another touchdown. Despite having a big game, Drake remains inconsistent, especially since Josh Jacobs is now healthy and getting most of the work on the ground. Drake could potentially see some extra work this week since Philly isn't very good at defending the rush, but he isn't likely to have much of a fantasy impact.
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller is looking to be a difference-maker in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles. The towering TE caught 5-of-5 targets for 59 yards in last week's victory over the Denver Broncos, continuing his trend of being one of Vegas' most important offensive weapons. Darius Slay and the Eagles defense are going to pay close attention to Waller on Sunday and make his day difficult, although that defense has also given up 39 receptions on 320 yards to opposing tight ends so far this season. Waller is a solid TE3 against Philadelphia this weekend.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards could have a surprising impact in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Edwards had two catches for 67 yards in last weekend's win over the Denver Broncos, and while he wasn't targeted as much as Vegas' other receivers both of his catches were pivotal in moving the Raiders down the field. With Philly's defense paying a lot of attention to Darren Waller and Henry Ruggs III, 22-year-old Edwards has the potential to make more big plays. Consider the South Carolina product a FLEX option against the Eagles.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow is looking to be a difference-maker in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles. The 25-year-old had a quieter day at the office last week, catching 3-of-5 targets for 36 yards in a 34-24 win over the host Denver Broncos. However, with the Eagles paying extra attention to Darren Waller and Henry Ruggs III, Renfrow has the potential to have a bounce-back performance this weekend and come up with some big surprise catches. Fantasy managers should consider the Clemson product a FLEX option with a lot of upside against Philly.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III is looking to have another big game this weekend against the visiting Philadelphia Eagles. The 22-year-old caught 3-of-4 targets for 97 yards with one touchdown in last Sunday's 34-24 win over the host Denver Broncos and continues to be a difference-maker week after week for the Silver and Black. Even with Darius Slay and the Eagles secondary putting a ton of pressure on Vegas' passing game, Ruggs should continue showcasing his speed and downfield dominance. Consider Ruggs a WR3 this week against Philly.
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is looking to keep his team in the win column in Week 7 against the visiting Philadelphia Eagles. The 30-year-old signal-caller played his best game of the season last week against the host Denver Broncos, completing 18-of-27 passes for 341 yards with two touchdowns in a 34-24 win. Although Carr has had his ups and downs this season, his game management in Week 6 showed he can take advantage of the opposition's weaknesses, which can come in handy against an Eagles team that leads the league in penalties. Fantasy managers should consider Carr to be a solid QB2 this week.
Houston Texans wide receiver Danny Amendola (thigh) has no injury designation and is good to go for Sunday's game against Arizona. Amendola has missed the last four games with a thigh injury but appears to be past the issue ahead of a matchup with a Cardinals defense that has allowed the eighth-most fantasy points per game to wideouts. The veteran produced a 5-34-1 line in Week 1 and could serve as an emergency bye week replacement for fantasy managers in a pinch. Just don't expect much upside from Amendola.
Houston Texans wide receivers Nico Collins (foot) and Chris Conley (neck) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Collins started the week as a full participant at practice but was downgraded Thursday due to an ankle injury, though he still has a shot at suiting up. Meanwhile, Conley practiced in a limited fashion all week, and seems to be on the right side of questionable. Unfortunately, both players will likely be competing for snaps on the outside, making it hard to trust either of them for fantasy purposes. If in a bind, Collins would be the better play after immediately seeing six targets in his return from a shoulder injury last week.
The Washington Football Team defense once again faces an extremely hard matchup against the likes of Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, and Aaron Jones in Week 7. Washington has given up the most passing yards and most passing touchdowns, so they are an easy fade against one of the best quarterbacks in the league. The Washington defensive unit is a bottom-three option this week and should be benched in all formats.
Washington Football Team kicker Chris Blewitt is not a starting option in Week 7 as he makes his first appearance with the team. Dustin Hopkins was released, so Washington has given the 26-year-old the starting job ahead of his NFL debut on Sunday. The former University of Pittsburgh kicker could get some field goal opportunities, but he is not a trustworthy option considering he hasn't attempted a single kick in the NFL. Unless in extremely deep formats, fantasy managers should look elsewhere for kicking options.
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