2019 Fantasy Football: Week 7 PPR Rankings

Frank Ammirante | October 16th, 2019 

Week six featured the triumphant return of Tyreek Hill, continued dominance from Deshaun Watson, and a breakout performance from Kyler Murray. The biggest question we have heading into week seven is the health of Patrick Mahomes, as he’s been slowed down by a bum ankle over the last two weeks. Will Mahomes rebound against a rejuvenated Broncos’ defense on a short week?


1Russell Wilsonvs. Ravens
2Deshaun Watsonat Colts
3Patrick Mahomesat Broncos
4Kyler Murrayat Giants
5Lamar Jacksonat Seahawks
6Dak Prescottvs. Eagles
7Matt Ryanvs. Rams
8Josh Allenvs. Dolphins
9Aaron Rodgersvs. Raiders
10Carson Wentzat Cowboys
11Tom Bradyat Jets
12Jared Goffat Falcons
13Daniel Jonesvs. Cardinals
14Jacoby Brissettvs. Texans
15Gardner Minshew IIat Bengals
16Kirk Cousinsat Lions
17Jimmy Garoppoloat Redskins
18Matthew Staffordvs. Vikings
19Philip Riversat Titans
20Derek Carrat Packers
21Mitchell Trubiskyvs. Bears
22Sam Darnoldvs. Patriots
23Teddy Bridgewaterat Bears
24Joe Flaccovs. Chiefs

Wilson has been the best fantasy quarterback this season, so he claims the position of QB1 in a projected shootout with a 50.5 total against Jackson and the Ravens. The dark horse for QB1 is Allen, who faces the worst defense in football in the Miami Dolphins. Allen should be able to rack up yards both on the ground and in the air against this putrid defense.

Running Backs

1Dalvin Cookat Lions
2Leonard Fournetteat Bengals
3Saquon Barkleyvs. Cardinals
4David Johnsonat Giants
5Ezekiel Elliottvs. Eagles
6Alvin Kamaraat Bears
7Chris Carsonvs. Ravens
8Le’Veon Bellvs. Patriots
9Derrick Henryvs. Chargers
10Aaron Jonesvs. Raiders
11Josh Jacobsat Packers
12Mark Ingram IIat Seahawks
13Devonta Freemanvs. Rams
14Phillip Lindsayvs. Chiefs
15Kerryon Johnsonvs. Vikings
16Marlon Mackvs. Texans
17Carlos Hydeat Colts
18Tevin Colemanat Redskins
19Sony Michelat Jets
20Joe Mixonvs. Jaguars
21David Montgomeryvs. Saints
22Melvin Gordonat Titans
23Matt Breidaat Redskins
24Austin Ekelerat Titans
25James Whiteat Jets
26Miles Sandersat Cowboys
27Duke Johnsonat Colts
28Frank Gorevs. Dolphins
29Jordan Howardat Cowboys
30Royce Freemanvs. Chiefs
31LeSean McCoyat Broncos
32Damien Williamsat Broncos
33Devin Singletaryvs. Dolphins
34Kenyan Drakeat Bills
35Jamaal Williamsvs. Raiders
36Chris Thompsonvs. 49ers

Cook claims RB1 spot for the week with Christian McCaffrey on the bye. He takes on a Lions defense that is allowing 133.8 rushing yards per game. The dark horse for RB1 is Lindsay, who should be the focal point of a run-heavy game-plan against a Chiefs’ defense that is getting shredded on the ground for 161.8 yards per game.

Wide Receivers

1Michael Thomasat Bears
2Cooper Kuppat Falcons
3Julio Jonesvs. Rams
4DeAndre Hopkinsat Colts
5Keenan Allenat Titans
6Tyreek Hillat Broncos
7T.Y. Hiltonvs. Texans
8Adam Thielenat Lions
9Kenny Golladayvs. Vikings
10Tyler Lockettvs. Ravens
11Julian Edelmanat Jets
12Michael Gallupvs. Eagles
13Larry Fitzgeraldat Giants
14DJ Charkat Bengals
15Brandin Cooksat Rams
16Calvin Ridleyvs. Rams
17Tyler Boydvs. Jaguars
18Will Fullerat Colts
19Stefon Diggsat Lions
20Courtland Suttonvs. Chiefs
21John Brownvs. Dolphins
22Robert Woodsat Falcons
23Alshon Jefferyat Cowboys
24Allen Robinsonvs. Saints
25Golden Tatevs. Cardinals
26Mike Williamsat Titans
27Terry McLaurinvs. 49ers
28Emmanuel Sandersvs. Chiefs
29Mohamed Sanuvs. Rams
30Dede Westbrookat Bengals
31Jamison Crowdervs. Patriots
32D.K. Metcalfvs. Ravens
33Corey Davisvs. Chargers
34Marquez Valdes-Scantlingvs. Raiders
35A.J. Brownvs. Chargers
36Marvin Jonesvs. Vikings
37Cole Beasleyvs. Dolphins
38Nelson Agholorat Cowboys
39Auden Tatevs. Jaguars
40Darius Slaytonvs. Cardinals
41Mecole Hardmanat Broncos
42Dante Pettisat Redskins
43Robby Andersonvs. Patriots
44Demarcus Robinsonat Broncos
45Anthony Millervs. Saints
46Preston Williamsat Bills
47Willie Sneadat Seahawks
48Demaryius Thomasvs. Patriots

Thomas has been one of the most consistent wide receivers in the NFL this year, so he claims WR1, even in a tough match-up against the Bears. The dark horse for WR1 is Cooks, who should get loose on the fast track against a porous Falcons’ secondary. This is a smash spot for him in a game with a 54 point total.

Tight Ends

1Evan Engramvs. Cardinals
2George Kittleat Redskins
3Travis Kelceat Broncos
4Austin Hoopervs. Rams
5Zach Ertzat Cowboys
6Hunter Henryat Titans
7Mark Andrewsat Seahawks
8Darren Wallerat Packers
9Delanie Walkervs. Chargers
10Jared Cookat Bears
11Gerald Everettat Falcons
12Dawson Knoxvs. Dolphins
13T.J. Hockensonvs. Vikings
14Jason Wittenvs. Eagles
15Jimmy Grahamvs. Raiders
16Eric Ebronvs. Texans
17Noah Fantvs. Chiefs
18Jack Doylevs. Texans
19Jordan Akinsat Colts
20Tyler Eifertvs. Jaguars
21Mike Gesickiat Bills
22Luke Willsonvs. Ravens
23Trey Burtonvs. Saints
24Jeremy Sprinklevs. 49ers

Engram returns to action as the TE1 against the Cardinals, who we continue to pick on every week for their lack of coverage towards opposing tight ends. The dark horse for TE1 is Walker, who should see an uptick in production with the quarterback change from Marcus Mariota to Ryan Tannehill.


1New England Patriotsat Jets
2Buffalo Billsvs. Dolphins
3San Francisco 49ersat Redskins
4Chicago Bearsvs. Saints
5Tennessee Titansvs. Chargers
6Jacksonville Jaguarsat Bengals
7Los Angeles Chargersat Titans
8New Orleans Saintsat Bears
9Green Bay Packersvs. Raiders
10Minnesota Vikingsat Lions
11Houston Texansat Colts
12Detroit Lionsvs. Vikings

The Patriots defense is on a historic run right now, producing similar fantasy points to an elite running back. They remain as D/ST1 against Darnold and the Jets. The dark horse for D/ST1 is the Titans, who should be rejuvenated by the quarterback change. Look for them to force a couple of turnovers from Rivers.

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