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Derek Carr led a thrilling comeback win against the Chiefs while completing 29-of-52 passes for 417 yards, including three touchdowns and zero interceptions. Carr also added 15 yards on one rushing attempt.

What a difference a week makes. Carr bounced back from a poor performance in Week 6 to pass for a season-high 417 yards, including a game winning touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree. Carr was far from efficient against the Chiefs, completing just 56 percent of his passes but no one can complain about his fantasy numbers. Unlike weeks prior, Carr was was very aggressive in this game and consistently attempted to throw the ball downfield. Carr looked to also finally rekindle his connection with star WR Amari Cooper, who had struggled mightily up to this point. The Chiefs’ secondary is not a good group outside of Marcus Peters so it may be a little premature to say Carr is back to QB1 status. However, there is no doubting his talent and this performance against the Chiefs is a positive sign of things to come. Carr will have a tough match up on the road against the Bills in Week 8.

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DeAndre Washington turned concern into an afterthought as he stepped up after Marshawn Lynch’s ejection and had nine carries for 33 yards and a score as well as three receptions on four targets for another seven yards. The Raiders won 31-30 on the final play with no time left on the clock.

Washington looked fantastic on his TD run, practically bowling over defenders. He and Jalen Richard need to have a bigger role if Oakland is honest in their assessment.

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Jalen Richard took the opportunity created by Marshawn Lynch’s early exit and enjoyed a productive outing. He had nine carries for 31 yards, a 3.4 average, and had four receptions on four targets for another 45 yards, an 11.3 average. The game was won by Oakland, 31-30 over the Chiefs with no time left on the clock.

What’s apparent is that Richard and DeAndre Washington need to play more with Marshawn Lynch playing as their backup but that might be unlikely.

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Marshawn Lynch ended his night in the second quarter, the result of a late hit by Chiefs DB Marcus Peters on Raider QB Derek Carr. Pushing and shoving ensued between players from both teams and in the process Lynch pushed a game official which led to his ejection. For the night, he had two carries for nine yards.

Nobody can fault Lynch for defending his quarterback but fantasy owners are left holding the bag again. He has just not been able to produce consistently all season despite the preseason hype and his cost in drafts. Hopefully, he can get things turned around next week in Buffalo.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to start your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are at the middle to lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. Here are our recommendations on who to start.

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Mike Wallace (back) said Thursday that his ‘back was a little sore’ but that he plans to suit up against the Vikings Sunday. He was listed as a DNP on Thursday’s injury report.

Wallace is a gamer, he’s missed only one game over nine seasons, and he will likely suit up to face Vikings shutdown man Xavier Rhoades. Jeremy Maclin is in line for an uptick in targets against the 18th ranked pass defense of the Vikes.

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Tashaun Gipson gets in limited practice on Thursday.  The Jacksonville Jaguars face the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7.

Gipson began dealing with this neck injury after Week 6.  Its good to see him practicing at any capacity.  Gipson’s injury will need to be monitored throughout the week.

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Jalen Ramsey gets in a limited practice on Thursday.  The Jacksonville Jaguars face the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7.

Ramsey did not progress to a full practice from Wednesday to Thursday.  There is still a small amount of concern of his status for Week 7.  Keep in tuned of the injury reports for Friday.

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AJ Bouye gets a limited practice in on Thursday.  The Jacksonville Jaguars play against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7.

This is goods news for Bouye’s injury.  As long as he doesn’t have setbacks in the week, Bouye should be ready to go in a plus matchup against Jacoby Brissett and the Colts.

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Leonard Fournette did not practice on Thursday.  The Jacksonville Jaguars play the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7.

Fournette is still resting his ankle injury from Week 6.  If Friday’s practice comes and he still isn’t practicing, I would be concerned and look for alternatives. 

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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to start your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are at the middle to lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. Here are our recommendations on who to start.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to start your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are at the middle to lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. Here are our recommendations on who to start.

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Jim Wyatt on Twitter reports TE Delanie Walker was limited in Thursday’s practice with a calf injury.

Delaine Walker is now listed as questionable for this week’s match up against the Browns with a calf injury. It’s a great match up for the struggling TE. If he is playing Sunday he is a must start.

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By   Marc Caviglia


By doing an in-depth Flex ranking article each week we are trying to help fantasy owners make better decisions about which player or position to go with at the flex spot. Our flex rankings are based on standard scoring and combine the three most common flex-eligible positions, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends into a single ranking sheet.

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Demaryius Thomas returned to practice on Thursday, wearing a compression sleeve on his bruised calf.

As expected, Demaryius Thomas is going to play this Sunday. Fantasy owners should fire him up with confidence in a game against in which Thomas has two factors working in his favor - a soft Philadelphia pass defense and the absence of some other Broncos WRs, notably Emmanuel Sanders.

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