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David Njoku caught 2-of-3 targets for 20 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' Week 7 win over the Bengals.
The Browns chose to start Harrison Bryant over Njoku. The former first-rounder recently requested a trade. He's a backup tight end with no fantasy value in the coming weeks.
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Breshad Perriman is being evaluated for a concussion.
Perriman took a huge hit from Bills S Micah Hyde on one of the final plays of the game. If Perriman is placed in the concussion protocol, he'll be in a race to get cleared for Week 8.
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Andy Dalton completed 9-of-19 passes for 75 yards and an interception in the Cowboys' Week 7 loss to Washington.
Dalton was helped off the field in the third quarter after absorbing a vicious head shot from Washington LB Jon Bostic, who was then ejected. Dalton again had no time to operate in the pocket, as he was sacked thrice and pressured on nearly every drop back. The Dallas offense is a dysfunctional mess and there might not be anything Dalton can do about it. He'll be an iffy QB3 option next week against the Eagles.
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H. Bryant - TE
Harrison Bryant caught 4-of-5 targets for 56 yards and two touchdowns in the Browns' Week 7 win over the Bengals.
The Browns chose to start Bryant over David Njoku with Austin Hooper (appendicitis) inactive. Njoku also scored but did so on just three targets. Both players will be involved whenever Hooper is out but Bryant will be the only Cleveland tight end with a fantasy-relevant role. He figures to be a touchdown-dependant TE2 in Week 8 versus the Raiders.
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R. Higgins - WR
Rashard Higgins caught 6-of-6 targets for 110 yards in the Browns' Week 7 win over the Bengals.
Higgins caught a 30-yard pass from Baker Mayfield on Cleveland's final drive that ultimately set up the winning score. The Browns lost Odell Beckham in the first quarter and Higgins showed up when it mattered most. He should still be expected to get fewer looks than Jarvis Landry and Cleveland leans toward a run-heavy approach in most games. Higgins is worth stashing but shouldn't be relied on by fantasy managers for weekly fantasy points.
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Deonte Harris caught 4-of-5 targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in the Saints' Week 7 win over the Panthers.
With Michael Thomas (hamstring) and Emmanuel Sanders (COVID-19) sidelined, Harris nearly doubled his previous 2020 production, out-targeting Tre'Quan Smith in the process. Harris is helping out in a pinch on offense, but he remains most valuable to the Saints on special teams. Even were Thomas and Sanders to remain sidelined for Week 8 against the Bears, Harris would be a weak flier in fantasy.
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Jarvis Landry caught 5-of-6 targets for 48 yards in the Browns' Week 7 win over the Bengals.
Landry also received two carries. The first was blown up behind the line of scrimmage but the second went for five yards and converted on a third down. The drive ultimately ended in a Harrison Bryant score. Despite Odell Beckham exiting in the first quarter, Landry produced fewer receiving yards than Rashard Higgins, Harrison Bryant, and Donovan Peoples-Jones. Landry may get a boost from Beckham's absence but is nothing more than an upside WR3 moving forward.
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Tre'Quan Smith caught 4-of-4 targets for 54 yards in the Saints' Week 7 win over the Panthers.
With Michael Thomas (hamstring) and Emmanuel Sanders (COVID-19) sidelined, it was a supremely disappointing effort from the third-year pro, who was out-targeted by 2020 UDFA Marquez Callaway and 2019 UDFA Deonte Harris. The Saints just don't think very highly of Smith's game. Even if Thomas and Sanders remain sidelined for Week 8 against the Bears, Smith will be difficult to trust as a WR4 in a tough matchup.
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