Here are USA TODAY Sports' rankings for every position. But for now, we're concerned with Week 7.
Speaking of running backs, James White is starting to make some noise in New England. Indy is allowing 23.5 fantasy points at running back per game this year, which is the second most in the league. The former #1 running back of the Ravens will look to prove he still has something left in the tank and a banged up Lions backfield might just be the flawless place to do so. Henry can do enough damage on just 10 touches to warrant flex value in this matchup. This season Britt is a top 20 wide receiver in yards and Fantasy points.
The Vikings are coming off their bye and now go on the road to face the Philadelphia Eagles, whose defense is suddenly looking shaky after getting chewed up by Kirk Cousins. The single most important piece of information that you can have is game flow. Marshall has a great matchup this week and should still be productive. He is the only Baltimore defensive back with the size to compete with Marshall. In this his eighth season, Britt has quietly strung together a nice start to the season.
Hunter Henry (TE-SD): The rookie TE has done a solid job in San Diego, hauling in a TD in each of his last three games (and going for 61, 74, and 83 yards over that span). He also lost quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to a knee injury and tight end Ladarius Green, who signed in the offseason to be the starter, said he will be back this week against the Patriots.
No one has wanted to give the Bills' defense any credit as pass stoppers since Ryan Fitzpatrick lit them up for 374 yards in Week 2. As has been the case for the whole year, Stafford was at the forefront, tossing four touchdowns on 270 passing yards. Booker has averaged more than a full yard per carry more (4.7 for Booker vs 3.5 for Anderson). However, a few more rough games (or injury, as CJA has a history of them) and Booker could take over the Broncos backfield. Forte has scored just 15 fantasy points in the last four weeks and only managed to score one fantasy point against the Cardinals.
The Cardinals have held tight ends to a league-low 10 fantasy points in 2016. Kenny Britt went off against the Lions, but Quick had been the source of touchdowns before last week, giving him a decent opportunity to find the end zone in London... baby!
We had Ajayi in our sleepers section a week ago, and he rewarded us with a big game. The Browns have been more forgiving to between-the-tackles running backs in terms of touchdowns allowed.
Yea, good times. No, I don't expect Kaep to rush for over 100 yards against the Bucs this week, but he did have 66 yards on the ground against a much better defense last week.
The Bengals have been generous to fantasy running backs over the last few games, especially in the passing game.
If I were to guess which one of those games is more indicative of future production I would bet on the first one. If Cleveland decides to attack Cincinnati's linebackers with Johnson out of the backfield, he'll have a big day. These are some of the best options to target for Week Seven, all of whom are available in over 50% of leagues. Do yourself a favor and pick him up.
The Jets secondary is in a bad place right now. It has been particularly vulnerable to the deep ball, which just so happens to be Wallace's specialty. This will help you get there. Brian Hoyer has played surprisingly well since the injury of Jay Cutler, and has the Bears offense rolling.