Just when fantasy owners think they have quarterbacks pegged, weeks like Week 6 happen, where fantasy owners have to kick themselves for not starting players like, and . Each of the aforementioned has been susceptible to killing lineups rather than saving them, and they will have to be examined closely as Week 7 approaches.
The usual suspects top the list once again, but it's a real possibility that we see the likes ofand hovering around the top five for the rest of the season. It's at least that way for this week. And that guy? Yeah. His legs are back, and so is he. Start him.
Brady was back at practice for theon Tuesday. He was one of the more notable players to pop up on last week's injury report. He got in a limited session, but will be good to go for Thursday Night Football against the . The only other notable injury news relates to . RG3 is out with a dislocated ankle, and the latest news has him potentially returning as early as Week 8, according to CSN Washington. This situation will likely change by the week, so keep an eye on that if you have stashed RG3.
Week 7 has theand on bye. That means no , and no Mike Glennon.
Quarterback rankings, Week 7
(DK: Daniel Kelley; DC: Dan Ciarrocchi; JD: John Daigle; SK: Scott Kaliska)