Fantasy Football: Seven Lessons We Learned in Week 7

October 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There certainly were a lot of story lines coming out of NFL's Week 7, so let’s take a look at seven things I learned:
Darren McFadden is a RB1 for fantasy owners in 2011. Injuries are the only reason he was on fantasy benches in Week 7, which just put the cherry on top of his resurgence (he had 196 total yards and 4 TD).  It’s not like he had been running the ball poorly prior to the injury, with 392 yards on 85 carries in the four games prior.  The only game he had with under 95 yards was Week 4, when he had just 12 carries.  Now however, there’s little doubt.  The Raiders have proven that they can run the ball well and McFadden needs to be active in all formats moving forward as he clearly is the top back over Michael Bush. Brett Favre is a borderline starting option, unless the matchup dictates otherwise. He is a 41-year old quarterback who has a TD-to-interception ratio of 7-to-10.  Only one-time this season has ...

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