Tuesday, October 25, 2016


Fantasy football Week 7 is already in the books as the Broncos and Texans battled it out Monday night.  Let's get to the fantasy football results were discussing. 

-We have been talking about it for weeks but it firmly looks now that the Denver Broncos have a strict two-man committee at running back with C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker.  Anderson had a resurgence himself after weeks of mediocre reuslts that allowed Booker to grab hold of half the carries, rushing for 107 yards and a score on 16 carries.  While it was a very good outing for Anderson, Booker got one more carry in rushing for 83 yards and a score of his own on 17 totes.  There is no denying the commitee now and Anderson's owners get hurt the most out of this.

-Coming off his best outing of what has been a midly disappointing season consdering the expectations and draft slot, Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller posted a dud Monday night in rushing for 61 yards on 11 carries.  Miller suffered an early shoulder injury that hampered him the rest of the game and allowed Alfred Blue to come off the bench and get half the carries overall in the running attack.  Miller also added 3 catches for just 6 yards so if you needed a late push from the veteran to win your matchup, you likely came up short.

-Just when you thought thigns couldn't get any worse for awful Houston Texans QB Brock Osweiler, he went out and completed 24-of-41 passes for just 131 yards with no TD and no INT.  Yes Osweiler posted a nice comeback victory for the Texans the previous week but overall you can't find many other passers who have performed worse.  And for all that money.

-Once again serving at the mercy of his QB, Houston Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins caught just 5 passes for 36 yards Monday night.  There is simply nothing good happening here as Hopkins is being dragged down in ugly fashion by his QB.  Those who drafted Hopking expecting WR 1 numbers instead are getting WR 3. 

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