Found October 17, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
The Week 7 WR fantasy football rankings offer a variety of interesting matchups that fantasy owners can fully take advantage of, with one or two new names that fantasy owners should also be aware of. Inside the Week 7 WR fantasy football rankings you will not, however, see three players of interest. 1. Greg Jennings, GB – Groin injury, hasn’t practiced and is likely to sit.2. Pierre Garcon, WSH – Foot ailment. Hasn’t fully been ruled out, but even if he does play, he is likely to be ineffective.3. Laurent Robinson, JAX – Hasn’t been medically cleared to play football (concussion) With Greg Jennings expected to sit, fantasy owners should be aware there will be extended focus on Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Randall Cobb and TE Jermichael Finley. This will do quite nicely for fantasy owners who own any of these players. In Washington, the focus has really been all about spreading the ball around. It’s because of this system that no Redskins receiver  is really climbing up the ranks even ...
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