Complete Week Seven Player Rankings & Projections l More Sit & Starts
Greg Salas, Jeff Fuller and Juron Criner are all among the nation's top fantasy wide receivers heading into Week Seven. And this week they're among your top starting options.
Last Week's Running Back Starts: Michael Floyd (12), Lyle Leong (9), Mark Dell (15), Jock Sanders (10), Aldrick Robinson (12), Lester Jean (4), Evan Davis (1), Titus Young (16)
Grade: C+. Bunch of solid picks and two stinkers.
Last Week's Running Back Sits: Cortez Smith (1), Damarlo Belcher (1), Alshon Jeffery (24), Damaris Johnson (7), Kinsman Thomas (0), Armand Robinson (9)
Grade: B. Jeffery stings, but others were solid.
Start Em! Wide Receivers
1. Juron Criner, Arizona at Washington State
There is no athlete in Pullman that can match up with Mr. Criner.
2. Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M vs. Missouri
The better the opponent, the better Fuller performs. Mizzou is a solid squad.
3. Kendall Wright, Baylor at Colorado
RG3 and Wright are rolling. Good passing teams have exposed the Buffs through the air, and the Bears should do just this.
4. Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Iowa vs. Michigan
Iowa formula on Saturday: pound, pound, pound then deep play action.
1. Kris Adams, UTEP at UAB
This Miner is flat out humming.
2. Greg Salas, Hawaii vs. Nevada
Goes without saying. Moved him from top spot to second spot just for variety.
3. Eric Page, Toledo vs. Kent State
If you can do it against Boise, you can do it against Kent State.
4. Casey Robottom, Tulane at Tulsa
Three reasons: 1. He's coming off a big outing. 2. I like his name. 3. He's going against a craptacular Tulsa defense.
Sit Em! Wide Receivers
1. Randall Cobb, Kentucky vs. South Carolina
No Derrick Locke means Randall Cobb will garner a whole lot of attention.
2. Mark Dell, Michigan State vs. Illinois
He was a great start last week, but this early game on Saturday has defensive battle written all over it. The Spartans will pound and try to eat a little clock.
3. Ronald Johnson, USC vs. Cal
Cal's pass defense is pretty darn solid. They shut down Nick Foles, and they'll keep the USC passing game in check.
1. DeVonte Christopher, Utah at Wyoming
Christopher was impressive against Iowa State last week, however look for the Utes to pummel the Cowboys on the ground.
2. DeMarco Sampson, SDSU vs. Air Force
Sampson has been held out of the endzone since Week One, and Air Force is excellent against the pass, despite having played against some decent offensive units.
3. Lance Lewis, ECU vs. North Carolina State
Lewis made em count last week, posting 92 yards and two scores on only two catches. Lewis now has five touchdowns on only 23 catches. This can't continue...right?