Dr. Cranfill’s Fantasy Football Forecast Week 7

Author: Dr. Cranfill

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On to fantasy football. Here’s last weeks picks…

Ryan Tannehill– 21 pts (very solid)
Storm Johnson– 8 pts (marginal)
Bishop Sankey– 7 pts (marginal-er)
Justin Hunter– 8.5 pts (less marginal-er)
Vikings DST– 9 pts (about as good as it gets)

There’s definite room for improvement and I think I can do it with these Week 7 picks…

1) Odell Beckham Jr WR (NYG)- Even though there’s no apostrophe in his first name, I have to assume Odell is Irish. And with a last name like Beckham, I can also assume he’s got major league footwork like his father David. Both those assumptions are as false as they are stupid, but Odell is taking over as a starter in the wake of Victor Cruz’s injury so points can be had here.

2) Jermaine Gresham TE (Cin)- While Gresham’s NFL career thus far has been a bigger disappointment than the American remake of The Prisoner, I do believe that with the absence of WR AJ Green and a shoot-out with Andrew Luck and the Colts looming on Sunday, Gresh could be a nice sleeper option for Week 7.

3) Davante Adams WR (GB)- Last week was Adams best yet, hauling in 6 catches for 77 yards, and this week the Packers face a Panthers defense who could use some Depends cause they’ve been leaking something fierce. I would say expect about 60 yards receiving and at least ONE touchdown for Davante.

4) Tre Mason RB (StL)- Yes. The Rams are terrible. Yes. They are playing that Seattle D this week. And yes, they’ll be LA’s problem soon enough. But none of that stops me from really liking what I saw from Tre Mason last week in his first game. Mason was a beast at Auburn and I think that, maybe not this week but in the super near future, Mason can help your team win some games.

5) Miami DST– If you need a team DST this week, you could do worse than the Fins. They’re playing Chicago which should mean turnover opportunities because… you know, Cutler Kitty.

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