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Fantasy Football Week 7 Waiver Wire Recommendations – 2013/14


We have reached week 7 of the fantasy football season. Here we are with our latest waiver wire targets (based on < 60% ownership):

Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles, QB: Vick will likely remain out, and Foles has done a pretty good job and marshaling the troops in the order of almost 500 yards and five passing touchdowns over his past two games.

Zac Stacy, St Louis Rams, RB: Two 75+ yard running performances over the past two games. He is firmly on top of the depth chart and worth adding.

Brandon Jacobs, New York Giants, RB:Injuries are playing a role… that’s just fantasy. Jacobs wasn’t on many radars, but he will be now after a 106 yard, 2 touchdown outing in week 6.

Joseph Randle, Dallas Cowboys, RB:Stop! Murray is injured? Really? Don’t act surprised. Add Randle now, especially if you are a Murray owner.

Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars, WR: How is this guy still available in so many leagues? 19 catches for over 325 yards in just two games… and consider who is throwing to him. Run, don’t walk.

Percy Harvin, Seattle Seahawks, WR: Who? Yes, remember this guy that the Seahawks acquired? He won’t be returning in week 7, but his return is getting closer. He could be a great addition to your fantasy team for the business end of the season.

Jarrett Boykin, Green Bay Packers, WR: With news that Randall Cobb is out 6-8 weeks with an injury, someone needs to fill the void. More passes will likely go to Rodgers other main targets such as Nelson, but we like Boykin as a sneaky add.

Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers, WR:20 catches and over 300 yards and two touchdowns over the past three games. Talk about trending upwards, he should be owned in your fantasy league.

Charles Clay, Miami Dolphins, TE: Has caught at least three catches in every game thus far this season, including a touchdown in each of his past two games.

That’s it again for this week. Feel free to contact us on facebook or twitter should you have any burning fantasy questions.