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2020 Fantasy Football: Week 7 Quarterback Rankings

Week 6 was a weird one but aren’t they all? The Quarterback position was especially out of the ordinary this past week as we had a handful of waiver wire QBs finish inside the top 10. That makes the Week 7 Quarterback rankings that much harder to make sense of. Fantasy Managers will surely be scrambling to chase some of these big performances going into Week 7 and I can’t say I blame them.

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Week 7 Quarterback Rankings

There are another 4 teams on bye this week. The QBs on bye in Week 7 are Lamar Jackson, Philip Rivers, Kirk Cousins, and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Oh yeah, Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins starting Quarterback, is also on bye. There are plenty of options to turn to in the top 12 of the Week 7 Quarterback rankings if you are looking to replace Lamar Jackson this week. As always, matchups are one of the top factors in replacement options at QB, and at this point in the season we have some clarity on how defenses perform against the position.

The rookie in Los Angeles Justin Herbert finds himself all the way at number 8 on the week after his recent play as the starter has shown he can be a weekly option going forward. Of course, going up against the Jaguars doesn’t hurt. This is one of many great matchups coming up for Herbert and the Changers and is a big reason why I am going to treat him as a plug and play QB1 the rest of the way.

We, unfortunately, saw Miles Sanders and Zach Ertz go down with injuries in Week 6, adding to the laundry list of injured players for the Eagles. I can see why you would be confused as to why Carson Wentz is in my top 12 for Week 7 but believe it or not, Wentz is the QB9 on the season. He has produced in some very bad matchups on paper, and his next 3 opponents all play in the NFC East. That means they’re bad. Wentz should continue to get it done in fantasy, even if it is hard to watch.

1Kyler MurrayARI1
2Josh AllenBUF1
3Russell WilsonSEA1
4Patrick MahomesKC1
5Deshaun WatsonHOU1
6Aaron RodgersGB1
7Matt RyanATL1
8Justin HerbertLAC1
9Cam NewtonNE1
10Drew BreesNO1
11Matthew StaffordDET1
12Carson WentzPHI1
13Ben RoethlisbergerPIT2
14Ryan TannehillTEN2
15Tom BradyTB2
16Joe BurrowCIN2
17Gardner MinshewJAC2
18Teddy BridgewaterCAR2
19Andy DaltonDAL2
20Jared GoffLAR2
21Baker MayfieldCLE2
22Jimmy GaroppoloSF3
23Derek CarrLV3
24Daniel JonesNYG3
25Nick FolesCHI3
26Drew LockDEN3
27Kyle AllenWSH3
28Joe FlaccoNYJ3

If you enjoyed Al’s Week 7 Quarterback Rankings, make sure to check out our full slate of Week 7 Fantasy Football Analysis.

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