Here are some players you should look to add for Week 7.


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Vikings QB Kirk Cousins has finally found a groove. Is it worth adding him though?

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QB Kirk Cousins

It appears Cousins actually does know how to throw a football. After starting the first four games of the season with 735 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions, Cousins has thrown for 639 yards and 6 touchdowns with only 1 interception over the last two games. Cousins could be a starter in a fantasy league, but only if you are weak at QB. Cousins and the Vikings travel to Detroit to take on a decent Lions secondary.

RB Chase Edmonds

For 19 games, the Cardinals didn’t have a role for Edmonds to play in their offense with David Johnson as the featured back, but that’s starting to change. Edmonds first emerged in Week 5 against the Bengals when he carried the ball 8 times for 68 yards and a touchdown. He then rushed 5 times for 34 yards and caught a touchdown against the Falcons. Edmonds will continue to be second on the depth chart, but he’s been extremely efficient with his time on the field. He should get around 5 carries in Week 7 when the Cardinals take on a weak Giants defense on the road.

WR Corey Davis

Adding Davis all depends on if the Titans are going to bench Mariota again in Week 7 for Tannehill, who was a starter for the Dolphins in the past. Davis was a 1st-round pick in 2017, but he has never really been a consistent starter, fantasy-wise. That could change with Tannehill as QB, who targeted him 4 times in the 2nd half. The Titans do take on a tough Chargers defense, but Davis is still worth an add.

WR Rodney Anderson

With Darnold back from battling mono, the Jets offense performed way better than it has through the first four games of the season, beating the Cowboys 24-22 in Week 6. Anderson, specifically, caught 5 passes for 125 yards and one touchdown in that game. The Jets take on the Patriots, for the second time this season, at home which will be a tough game for the Jets, but expect them to perform better than they did the first time.

TE Hunter Henry

Henry fractured his knee in Week 1, which isn’t too surprising because he’s injury prone. He was expected to be back in 4-6 weeks. That timetable stuck and he was able to return in Week 6, catching 8 passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns against the Steelers. The Chargers, specifically Phillip Rivers, love targeting their tight ends so Henry will continue to see lots of targets if he can stay healthy. Henry and the Chargers go to Tennessee to take on an average, at best, Titans defense.

Honorable Mention: RB Devin Singletary

Singletary was an efficient starter in Weeks 1 and 2, but suffered a hamstring injury that has kept him out since the Week 2 game against the Giants. He was a game-time decision against the Titans in Week 5, but was ruled out after his pregame workout. After a bye week, Singletary should be ready in Week 7 when the Bills basically have another bye week as they play the league’s worst defense, the Dolphins, at home.