NFL fantasy rankings for Week 7

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  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


  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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Houston is falling down the rankings

Tigers pound Odorizzi, Astros with homers as Houston drops fourth in a row

The Astros have not looked great in their last four games. Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

After watching their hot start of 6-1 cool down to a 6-4 record with three straight losses, the Astros returned to Minute Maid Park on Tuesday night, looking to do a better job at home against a beatable Tigers team.

Recent games' woes would continue, though, with Houston's pitching getting blasted by the opposing offense and their own bats primarily quiet.

Final Score: Tigers 8, Astros 2

Astros' Record: 6-5, tied for second in AL West

Winning Pitcher: Matthew Boyd (2-1)

Losing Pitcher: Jake Odorizzi (0-1)

Astros score first, then Tigers unload on Odorizzi

Houston looked to have something brewing in the bottom of the second, with three singles in the first four batters of the inning, the third an RBI-single by Myles Straw to put the Astros in front 1-0. However, Matthew Boyd would limit the damage, getting back-to-back strikeouts to end the threat.

After two easy innings for Jake Odorizzi in his regular-season debut for his new team, he would allow a game-tying solo homer to Akil Baddoo, his fourth of the year, in the top of the third. Detroit struck again in the top of the fourth, getting a leadoff double to set up a two-run go-ahead home run to jump ahead 3-1.

They didn't stop there, getting another two-run bomb later in the same inning; a frame that would take Odorizzi 31 pitches to get only one out before Houston would bring in Bryan Abreu to get the last two outs. Odorizzi's final line in his debut: 3.1 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 3 HR, 0 BB, 4 K, 80 P.

Detroit continues home run parade, Houston loses fourth in a row

Abreu would hope to do what Luis Garcia did the night before, eat up as many innings as possible after a poor outing from Houston's starter. The Tigers would get yet another two-run homer, though, in the top of the fifth, extending their lead to 7-1, with all seven runs coming over a three-inning span. For good measure, they'd knock one more out with two outs in the top of the ninth, making it 8-1.

As far as Houston at the plate, other than their string of hits to bring in a run earlier in the second, they were getting nothing done against Boyd, who would go six and two-thirds innings. Detroit's bullpen would finish things off, despite an all-too-late sac fly by the Astros in the bottom of the ninth, with Houston dropping their fourth-straight game and continuing to lose ground in the division.

Up Next: The finale of this three-game set with Detroit will be an hour earlier on Wednesday, getting underway at 6:10 PM Central. Lance McCullers Jr. (1-0, 1.80 ERA) will try to maintain his perfect record and improve upon his two five-inning one-run starts for the Astros, going opposite of Michael Fulmer (0-0, 2.57 ERA) for the Tigers.

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