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Fantasy Football Top Players: Week 7

We are seven weeks into Fantasy Football and by now, you should have a clear assessment about the type of team you've assembled. Week 8 marks the halfway point, so by now, you should have assessed the disappointing duds and superstar studs on your roster. Unless you managed to get the perfect team from week one, it's necessary to make moves in this game if you want to be number one... and that is where Fanatics comes in. Every week, we provide a detailed statistical breakdown of the Fantasy Football Top Players for the week. We know making the tough decision isn't always easy, but hopefully, our recap of the Week 7 Fantasy Football Top Players will help you go into Week 8 making the smart decisions for your Fantasy Roster.

Russell Wilson
had a solid game, despite the loss to the St. Louis Rams, completing 23 of 36 passes for 313 yards and 2 TD passes. He was also the Seahawks rushing leader, carrying the ball 7 times for 106 yards and 1 TD . Peyton Manning had a milestone game by becoming the NFL's new leader in career touchdown passes as he threw 4 touchdowns to total 510 career touchdowns. Manning was solid, statistically, completing 22 of 26 passes for 318 yards and 4 TD's. 2 of those TD passes went to top WR of Week 7, Demaryius Thomas. Thomas recieved the ball 8 times for 171 yards, averaging 21.4 yards per catch. Matt Forte, has put up solid numbers for his Fantasy Owners all season long and this week was no exception, as he takes the top spot in the RB category again. Forte carried the ball 12 times, for an average of 4.7 yards per carry, 49 total yards, and 1 TD. Forte was also the Chicago Bear's leading reciever, catching the ball 6 times for 60 yards and 1 TD. In the Team Defense category, the Jacksonville Jaguars defense seized the moment by holding the Cleveland Browns to score only field goals and helping the Jaguars get their first win of the season over the Cleveland Browns.

Overall, Week 7 has been full of surprising studs, so if you haven't made any changes to your roster, it might be time to start checking who's available or make a strong trade to help boost your team. We hope our breakdown helps you make those tough decisions in the upcoming Week 5 of Fantasy Football. In the meantime, while you contemplate your starters, shop Fanatics for all your favorite NFL Jerseys and Gear at our NFL Shop!

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Week 5 Top Fantasy Football Players

What a week it was! Week 5 started with the players and refs sporting pink NFL Breast Cancer Awareness Gear for the 2013 Crucial Catch initiative. The matchups produced some major scorers for fantasy football teams, with the top points of the week going to Tony Romo and his record-setting performance. Here's a rundown of some of the highlights from the Top Fantasy Football Players from Week 5:

Tony Romo completed 25 passes for 506 yards to set a new Dallas Cowboys record and become the fifth QB in NFL history to throw for at least 500 yards and have five TD passes in the same game. It was an epic game, that still ended in a loss to Peyton Manning's Broncos. No surprise Peyton Manning made the list again, this time with 414 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Jamaal Charles came out as the top RB of the week with the 17th 100-yard rushing game of his career in the Chiefs 26-17 win over the Titans. WR Alshon Jeffery caught ten passes for a Chicago Bears single-game record with 218 yards and a TD. Jeffery's big game made it the first time in his career he had back-to-back games with at least 100 receiving yards. Jimmy Graham hit two major career milestones this week in the Saints win over the Bears. Graham caught ten passes for 135 yards to tie an NFL record for tight ends with four consecutive 100-yard receiving games, and also became the first TE to have two separate streaks of four 100-yard games.

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