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NFL DFS | Week 7 Fantasy Football Quick Picks

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Dak Prescott- $6,500 vs. Detroit:

It may make some squeamish jumping right back on Dak Prescott during his first week back from injury. I suggest throwing caution to the wind! Prescott could not ask for a better match-up in his return and takes full advantage of one of the worst secondaries in the NFL.

Tom Brady- $6,500 at Carolina:

Are we getting a sense of deja vu? This week is the third week in a row I am recommending playing Tom Brady in DFS. The third time is the charm! The Bucs catch a Panthers team that is floundering in mediocrity and a transition as a franchise. Brady and the Bucs use this as a get-right spot.

Aaron Rodgers- $6,400 at Washington:

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers passing game has looked dreadful lately. I find it hard to believe they won’t get it right at some juncture in 2022. The Commanders are one of the worst pass defenses in the league. If not now, then when for the Packers’ offense?


Kenneth Walker- $5,500 at Los Angeles Chargers:

Kenneth Walker III is the real deal. Fire him back up for an encore performance against the league’s worst run defense.

Latavius Murray- $5,000 vs. New York Jets:

Latavius Murray took over the Broncos’ backfield on Monday Night and never looked back. Murray is in a similar role this week–at $5,000–what a bargain.

Kenyan Drake- $5,000 vs. Cleveland:

Kenyan Drake looked as explosive as any Ravens’ RB has looked all season. The word out of Baltimore is that Dobbins tweaked his knee in Week 6. The Ravens have been cautious with Dobbins throughout this injury, so I see no reason to think they won’t be again. If Drake is the starter, he is a screaming value at $5,000.

Brian Robinson Jr.- $5,300 vs. Green Bay:

The way to beat the Packers is on the ground. With Washington turning to Taylor Heinicke in the absence of Carson Wentz, look for them to have a run-heavy approach. Brian Robinson Jr. could be in store for a career afternoon.


Marquez Valdes-Scantling- $4,500 at San Francisco:

Last week we saw JuJu Smith-Schuster breakout. This week, it is Valdes-Scantling who will break out against a banged-up 49ers’ secondary.

Alec Pierce- $4,500 at Tennessee:

The Titans are one of the worst teams in the league against the WR position. Alec Pierce will have ample opportunity to outperform his $4,500 price.

Devin Duvernay- $4,600 vs. Cleveland:

Rashod Bateman could be out once again in this one. If so, Devin Duvernay’s role in the Ravens’ offense takes higher priority.

Michael Gallup- $5,200 vs. Detroit:

With Dak Prescott returning, all the secondary pass-catchers for the Dallas Cowboys increase in value. Gallup has regained every down role for Dallas.


Dalton Schultz- $4,500 vs. Detroit:

Dak Prescott is the tide that raises all boats for the Dallas Cowboys’ playmakers. Prescott and Schultz have a strong connection. Expect to see Dalton Schultz’s role in the offense increase substantially.

Gerald Everett- $4,500 vs. Seattle:

If you are unsure about Dalton Schultz, you can pivot to Gerald Everett. The Seahawks are the worst in the league in defending the TE position, and Everett is due for a ceiling performance.

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