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Flying High In Philly
Cross-Sport Dominance – The Philadelphia Phillies have just clinched a World Series berth, while the 6-0 Eagles are the last unbeaten team in the NFL.
Life is good in the City of Brotherly Love.
ALL Eagles starters have been prominent fantasy stars in 2022…even Philly D ranks 5th!
Entering the Week 7 Bye:
QB3 – Jalen Hurts (148 pts)
RB10 – Miles Sanders (88 pts)
WR9 – AJ Brown (95 pts)
WR15 – DeVonta Smith (85 pts)
TE4 – Dallas Goedert (68 pts)
For a fanbase that once booed Santa, optimism is at an all-time high right now in Philly.
Can Bucs Right the Ship on TNF?
Brady’s Frustration Grows – The Bucs (3-4) have dropped 4 of 5, including being blown out 21-3 by the lowly Panthers in Week 7.
Tampa Bay continues to weather the injury storm, especially on the o-line and in the WR room.
With Russell Gage (hamstring) out, and Julio Jones (knee) and Mike Evans (ankle) limited, Chris Godwin is primed for a huge target share against a vulnerable Ravens secondary.
Both the Ravens and Bucs have stumbled out of the gate, and this matchup is nearly a must-win if either team seeks to be a legitimate contender.
We’re guaranteed to have a pissed off Tom Brady on our hands Thursday night, which will end up being a scary sight for Ravens fans.
We’ve seen TB12 with his back against the wall before. I wouldn’t bet against him there.
Key Injuries & Value Shifts
New Injury Headlines – Breece Hall (ACL) was the biggest injury blow of the weekend for most fantasy managers. Just a shame for the budding superstar, who showcased his game-breaking talent on a 62-yard TD scamper to start the game.
Playmakers Mike Williams and David Njoku both suffered high-ankle sprains, and are projected to miss a month or so. Neither injury appears season-ending.
James Robinson (NYJ) – Acquired in wake of Hall injury, should step into an immediate role
Josh Palmer (LAC) – Bullish target potential with Williams injury and Keenan Allen remaining out
Gus Edwards (BAL) – 2 TDs in season debut, led backfield with 36% snap count
JaMycal Hasty (JAX) – Slides in as RB2 for Jags, value as Travis Etienne handcuff
Jeff Wilson (SF) – Played just 33% of Week 7 snaps, CMC addition is a killer to his fantasy stock
Matt Ryan (IND) – Ranks 4th in passing yards (2,008), but being replaced by late-rounder Sam Ehlinger
Chuba Hubbard (CAR) – In absence of CMC, injured his ankle while D’Onta Foreman thrived
Broncos RBs – Melvin Gordon and Latavius Murray have struggled, roles remain unclear