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Fantasy football: Start/Sit for Week 7

Santonio Holmes of the New York Jets. (Getty

Santonio Holmes of the New York Jets. (Getty Images) Credit: Santonio Holmes of the New York Jets. (Getty Images)


Jay Cutler, QB, Chicago (at Tampa Bay): Bucs' D made Alex Smith and Curtis Painter look good.

Michael Turner, RB, Atlanta (at Detroit): Lions are ranked 26th vs. run.

Ryan Torain, RB, Washington (at Carolina): Panthers have allowed at least 120 yards to a RB in three of past games.

Jordy Nelson, WR, Green Bay (at Minnesota): No team has given up more 40-yard pass plays than Vikings.

Greg Little, WR, Cleveland (vs. Seattle): Seahawks allow 268 yards a game through air.

Tony Gonzalez, TE, Atlanta (at Detroit): Lions have allowed a TD to a tight end in four straight games.

Pittsburgh defense (at Arizona): Cardinals' offense among lowest-scoring and most turnover-prone.


Philip Rivers, QB, San Diego (at Jets): Gang Green has allowed just three passing TDs.

Steven Jackson, RB, St. Louis (at Dallas): No back has rushed for even 60 yards vs. Cowboys.

Montario Hardesty, RB, Cleveland (vs. Seattle): He might start, but Seahawks allow league-low 3.1 yards per carry.

Santonio Holmes, WR, Jets (vs. San Diego): Chargers have NFL's second-best pass defense.

Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona (vs. Pittsburgh): Steelers giving up league-low 157.7 passing yards per game.

Jermichael Finley, TE, Green Bay (at Minnesota): Vikings have not allowed a score to a tight end this season.

Atlanta defense (at Detroit): Lions are fourth in scoring and have committed fewest turnovers.


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