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Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns

As we move closer to the end of October, the weather around the country is starting to change. With this change in the running backs will start to come out and be a stronger influence in fantasy football contests.

However, for quarterbacks like Tom Brady it just doesn’t seem to matter what the weather is like as he boomed on the Titans in the snow.

This week the Ravens, Broncos, Lions, Jaguars, Seahawks and Titans are all on bye weeks. No doubt fantasy football owners will be scrambling to the waiver wire and their benches to fill holes.

Below we have our top border line players at different positions that are worth starting and worth sitting for the seventh week of the NFL fantasy football season.



  • Ben Roethlisberger vs Vikings
  • Jay Cutler @ Bengals
  • Tony Romo vs Falcons

Running Backs

  • Laurence Maroney vs Buccaneers (Game is in England)
  • Marshawn Lynch @ Panthers
  • Ahmad Bradshaw vs Cardinals
  • Joseph Addai @ Rams

Wide Receivers

  • Mario Manningham vs Cardinals
  • Miles Austin vs Falcons
  • Kevin Walter vs 49ers
  • Pierre Garcon @ Rams

Tight Ends

  • Visanthe Shaincoe @ Steelers
  • Brent Celek @ Redskins


  • Robbie Gould @ Bengals
  • Dave Akers @ Redskins


  • Colts @ Rams
  • Packers vs Browns



  • Mark Sanchez @ Raiders
  • Carson Palmer vs Bears
  • Derek Anderson All the Time

Running Back

  • Rashard Mendenhall vs Vikings
  • Tashard Choice vs Falcons
  • Tim Hightower @ Giants

Wide Receivers

  • Laveranues Coles vs Bears

Defense/ ST

  • Vikings @ Steelers
  • Giants vs Cardinals
  • Bears @ Bengals

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Comments (2)

  • Anonymous

    Carson Palmer Sit'em hurts now

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    That's the problem with inconsistent play. A guy doesn't get it done against the Texans and then comes back against the Bears.

    Hard to trust a player when that happens.

    Even this week Palmer more road the coat tails of Cedric Benson's hard running down inside the red zone. Then Palmer flopped in the touchdowns. Go Figure.

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