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NFL fantasy rankings for Week 7

NFL fantasy rankings for Week 7
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QB 

  1. Patrick Mahomes vs. CIN
  2. Matt Ryan vs. NYG
  3. Tom Brady @ CHI
  4. Cam Newton @ PHI
  5. Jared Goff @ SF
  6. Andy Dalton @ KC
  7. James Winston vs. CLE
  8. Philip Rivers vs. TEN
  9. Kirk Cousins @ NYJ
  10. Drew Brees @ BAL
  11. Baker Mayfield @ TB
  12. Andrew Luck vs. BUF
  13. Carson Wentz vs. CAR
  14. Matt Stafford @ MIA
  15. Eli Manning @ ATL

RB (Standard)

  1. Todd Gurley @ SF
  2. Saquon Barkley @ ATL
  3. Joe Mixon @ KC
  4. Melvin Gordon vs. TEN
  5. Kareem Hunt vs. CIN
  6. Ezekiel Elliott @ WAS
  7. Sony Michel @ CHI
  8. David Johnson vs. DEN
  9. Phillip Lindsay @ ARI
  10. Alvin Kamara @ BAL
  11. Christian McCaffrey @ PHI
  12. Carlos Hyde @ TB
  13. James White @ CHI
  14. Tevin Coleman vs. NYG
  15. Adrian Peterson vs. DAL
  16. Mark Ingram @ BAL
  17. Tarik Cohen vs. NE
  18. Alex Collins vs. NO
  19. Matt Breida vs. LAR
  20. Kerryon Johnson @ MIA
  21. LeSean McCoy @ IND
  22. Marlon Mack vs. BUF
  23. Jordan Howard vs. NE
  24. Kenyan Drake vs. DET
  25. TJ Yeldon vs. HOU
  26. Isaiah Crowell vs. MIN
  27. Corey Clement vs. CAR
  28. Latavius Murray @ NYJ
  29. Ito Smith vs. NYF
  30. Royce Freeman @ ARI

WR (Standard)

  1. 1. Tyreek Hill vs. CIN
  2. AJ Green @ KC
  3. Julio Jones vs. NYG
  4. Odell Beckham, Jr. @ ATL
  5. Adam Thielen @ NYJ
  6. Stefan Diggs @ NYJ
  7. Robert Woods @ SF
  8. DeAndre Hopkins @ JAX
  9. Keenan Allen vs. TEN
  10. Jarvis Landry @ TB
  11. Mike Evans vs. CLE
  12. Tyler Boyd @ KC
  13. Michael Thomas @ BAL
  14. Brandin Cooks @ SF
  15. Golden Tate @ MIA
  16. Kenny Golladay @ MIA
  17. Allen Robinson vs. NE
  18. Alshon Jeffery vs. CAR
  19. John Brown vs. NO
  20. Sterling Shepard @ ATL
  21. Josh Gordon @ CHI
  22. Emmanuel Sanders @ ARI
  23. Corey Davis @ LAC
  24. Julian Edelman @ CHI
  25. Michael Crabtree vs. NO
  26. Devin Funchess @ ARI
  27. DeSean Jackson vs. CLE
  28. Marvin Jones @ MIA
  29. Demaryius Thomas @ ARI
  30. Calvin Ridley vs. NYG
  31. Marquise Goodwin vs. LAR
  32. Chris Godwin vs. CLE
  33. Nelson Agholor vs. CAR
  34. Sammy Watkins vs. CIN
  35. Keenan Cole vs. HOU
  36. Taylor Gabriel vs. NE
  37. Will Fuller @ JAX
  38. Dede Westbrook vs. HOU
  39. Mohamed Sanu vs. NYG
  40. Antonio Callaway @ TB

TE (Standard)

  1. Travis Kelce vs. CIN
  2. Rob Gronkowski @ CHI
  3. Zach Ertz vs. CAR
  4. David Njoku @ TB
  5. Eric Ebron vs. BUF
  6. Trey Burton vs. NE
  7. Jordan Reed vs. DAL
  8. George Kittle vs. LAR
  9. Austin Hooper vs. NYG
  10. Greg Olsen @ PHI
  11. OJ Howard vs. CLE
  12. Kyle Rudolph @ NYJ
  13. Cameron Brate vs. CLE
  14. CJ Uzomah @ KC
  15. Evan Engram @ ATL

D/ST

  1. Rams @ SF
  2. Chargers vs. TEN
  3. Jaguars vs. HOU
  4. Colts vs. BUF
  5. Texans @ JAX
  6. Vikings @ NYJ
  7. Cardinals vs. DEN
  8. Ravens vs. NO
  9. Broncos @ ARI
  10. Eagles vs. CAR
  11. Patriots @ CHI
  12. Redskins vs. DAL
  13. Bills @ IND
  14. Bears vs. NE
  15. Cowboys @ WAS

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Braves beat Houston in extra innings, 5-4. Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images.

Marcell Ozuna hit his major league-leading eighth homer and Orlando Arcia’s RBI single in the 10th inning lifted the Atlanta Braves to a 5-4 win over the Houston Astros on Wednesday.

It completes a three-game sweep of the struggling Astros and is Atlanta’s fourth straight victory.

The Braves scored two runs in the eighth inning to tie it at 4-4. Michael Harris II started the 10th as the automatic runner on second and there was one out in the inning when Seth Martinez (1-1) intentionally walked Matt Olson.

Ozuna lined out to right field to send Harris to third base. Arcia then singled on a ground ball to left field to score Harris and put the Braves on top.

Pinch-runner Jake Meyers was on second when Kyle Tucker walked with no outs in the 10th. Meyers moved to third on a fly out by Yainer Diaz but Jeremy Peña grounded into a double play to end it.

A.J. Minter (3-1) got the last two outs of the ninth for the win and Raisel Iglesias earned his fifth save.

Reigning NL MVP Ronald Acuña Jr. added his first homer of the season to help the Braves to the victory. Ozuna also leads the majors with 23 RBIs and he extended his hitting streak to 16 games, which ties his career best and is the longest active streak in the majors.

Yordan Alvarez and Mauricio Dubón both homered for the Astros, who fell to 6-14 and are last in the AL West.

There was one out in the first when Alvarez connected on his homer to the seats in left field to put Houston up 1-0.

Ozuna opened the second with his 432-foot shot to left field, which bounced off the wall and tied the game.

Acuña put the Braves up 2-1 when he sent the first pitch of the fifth inning to straightaway center field.

The Astros tied it on an RBI single by Alex Bregman in the fifth and Kyle Tucker’s RBI double came next to put the Astros up 3-2.

Dubón hit his first home run of the year off Jesse Chavez to start Houston’s sixth and push the lead to 4-2.

Harris singled to start the seventh before a ground-rule double by Austin Riley. Olson reached, and Harris scored on a fielding error by first baseman José Abreu when he couldn’t grab a routine ground ball.

There was one out in the inning when Riley scored on a sacrifice fly by Arcia to tie it at 4-all.

Houston starter J.P. France allowed four hits and two runs in five innings.

Max Fried gave up seven hits and three runs in five innings.

UP NEXT

Braves: Atlanta is off Thursday before opening a series against Texas on Friday night with LHP Chris Sale (1-1, 4.58 ERA) on the mound.

Astros: Houston is also off Thursday before ace Justin Verlander will make his season debut Friday night against Washington. The three-time Cy Young Award winner opened the season on the injured list with inflammation in his right shoulder.

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