Fantasy WR PPR Rankings Week 7: Who to start, sit at wide receiver in fantasy football

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This far into the season, we now have plenty of target data to help us with our Week 7 fantasy WR PPR rankings. When deciding who to start at wide receiver — especially in a week with six teams on bye — passing volume along with target share can serve as tiebreakers beyond just looking at matchups.

Typical starting WRs on bye this week including Mike Williams, Keenan Allen, Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Adam Thielen, Justin Jefferson, Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders, Chase Claypool, Diontae Johnson, and Marvin Jones. In PPR leagues, even guys like Laviska Shenault Jr. and Cole Beasley have had value this year. It’s tough to replace that many high-volume pass-catchers. 

WEEK 7 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Jakobi Meyers (vs. Jets), Jaylen Waddle and DeVante Parker, (vs. Falcons), Christian Kirk, A.J. Green, and Rondale Moore (vs. Texans), and Darnell Mooney (vs. Buccaneers) look like some of the more attractive PPR options on the start-or-sit bubble. Meyers caught just four passes for 38 yards in his first matchup with New York, but his 24.6-percent target share indicates he should bounce back for round two. Who knows, maybe he’ll even get his first career touchdown.

WEEK 7 PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

You can really consider any of the Cardinals’ WR against Houston, but at least one of them will probably bust with so many mouths to feed. Mooney has been up and down, but he’s drawn at least five targets in every game except one this season and Justin Fields looks his way more than any other Bears’ pass-catcher. Parker was seeing more consistent targets before his shoulder and hamstring injuries, and Waddle has had a couple double-digit target games this season. With Tua Tagovailoa back, both have upside if they’re healthy.

Similarly, Henry Ruggs(vs. Eagles) has been productive in certain spots this year, but Philly is a top-10 unit against WRs despite giving up a nuclear performance to Tyreek Hill. Hunter Renfrow remains the safer Raiders’ WR to start this week in PPR.

Jamison Crowder (@ Patriots) is surely a concern against one of the league’s best defenses, but there’s a chance he could get cheap and easy PPR points. In a week like this, he’s still a PPR flex. If Jarvis Landry (vs. Broncos) returns, he’s in a similar spot as Crowder. Tyler Boyd (@ Ravens) looks to have a tough matchup, too, and his production has been spotty when must-starts Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins are both active. It seems like Baltimore has been awful on defense, but they’ve actually been a top-five unit against WRs and shut down the Chargers’ pass-catchers in Week 6. Boyd is a risky play this week.

Tre’Quan Smith (@ Seahawks) may return this week, and the matchup couldn’t get much better. However, he’s risky in his first games back from a hamstring injury. Marquez Callaway, who’s been more bad than good this year, is the “safer” play there, but Deonte Harris also has some sneaky upside if Smith and Michael Thomas (ankle), who’s also eligible to return, remain out.

In PPR leagues, players can be somewhat productive even in a tough matchup. We know a guy like Renfrow can catch eight passes for 52 yards, and it will be a solid PPR day but a mediocre standard league performance. Just know which players are better for PPR leagues, especially in a week with a ton of guys off the table.

Note:We’ll be updating these WR PPR rankings throughout the week, so check back for analysis and the latest player movement.

​Fantasy WR PPR Rankings Week 7: Who to start at wide receiver

Rankings based on full-point PPR scoring

Rank Player
1 Davante Adams, GB vs. WAS
2 Cooper Kupp, LAR vs. DET
3 Tyreek Hill, KC @ TEN
4 DeAndre Hopkins, ARI vs. HOU
5 Calvin Ridley, ATL @ MIA
6 A.J. Brown, TEN vs. KC
7 D.J. Moore, CAR @ NYG
8 Deebo Samuel, SF vs. IND
9 Terry McLaurin, WAS @ GB
10 DK Metcalf, SEA vs. NO
11 Mike Evans, TB vs. CHI
12 Julio Jones, TEN vs. KC
13 Brandin Cooks, HOU @ ARI
14 Ja’Marr Chase, CIN @ BAL
15 Robert Woods, LAR vs. DET
16 Antonio Brown, TB vs. CHI
17 Chris Godwin, TB vs. CHI
18 Allen Robinson, CHI @ TB
19 Marquise Brown, BAL vs. CIN
20 Sterling Shepard, NYG vs. CAR
21 Courtland Sutton, DEN @ CLE
22 Tee Higgins, CIN @ BAL
23 DeVonta Smith, PHI @ LV
24 Corey Davis, NYJ @ NE
25 Tyler Lockett, SEA vs. NO
26 Jakobi Meyers, NE vs. NYJ
27 Michael Pittman Jr., IND @ SF
28 Tim Patrick, DEN @ CLE
29 Kadarius Toney, NYG vs. CAR
30 Hunter Renfrow, LV vs. PHI
31 Marquez Callaway, NO @ SEA
32 DeVante Parker, MIA vs. ATL
33 Jaylen Waddle, MIA vs. ATL
34 Jamison Crowder, NYJ @ NE
35 Odell Beckham Jr., CLE vs. DEN
36 Christian Kirk, ARI vs. HOU
37 Rondale Moore, ARI vs. HOU
38 T.Y. Hilton, IND @ SF
39 Mecole Hardman, KC @ TEN
40 A.J. Green, ARI vs. HOU
41 Darnell Mooney, CHI @ TB
42 Tyler Boyd, CIN @ BAL
43 Brandon Aiyuk, SF vs. IND
44 Henry Ruggs III, LV vs. PHI
45 Deonte Harris, NO @ SEA
46 Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE vs. DEN
47 Sammy Watkins, BAL vs. CIN
48 Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET @ LAR
49 Robby Anderson, CAR @ NYG
50 Khalif Raymond, DET @ LAR
51 Allen Lazard, GB vs. WAS
52 Van Jefferson, LAR vs. DET
53 Randall Cobb, GB vs. WAS
54 Zach Pascal, IND @ SF
55 Nelson Agholor, NE vs. NYJ
56 DeSean Jackson, LAR vs. DET
57 Tre’Quan Smith, NO @ SEA
58 Olamide Zaccheaus, ATL @ MIA
59 Preston Williams, MIA vs. ATL
60 Parris Campbell, IND @ SF
61 Rashod Bateman, BAL vs. CIN
62 Jalen Reagor, PHI @ LV
63 Kendrick Bourne, NE vs. NYJ
64 Chris Conley, HOU @ ARI
65 Adam Humphries, WAS @ GB
66 Chris Moore, HOU @ ARI
67 Rashard Higgins, CLE vs. DEN
68 Freddie Swain, SEA vs. NO
69 Byron Pringle, KC @ TEN
70 Chester Rogers, TEN vs. KC
71 Josh Reynolds, TEN vs. KC
72 Darius Slayton, NYG vs. CAR
73 Quez Watkins, PHI @ LV
74 Marquise Goodwin, CHI @ TB
75 DeAndre Carter, WAS @ GB
76 Terrace Marshall Jr., CAR @ NYG
77 Bryan Edwards, LV vs. PHI
78 Demarcus Robinson, KC @ TEN
79 Josh Gordon, KC @ TEN
80 Elijah Moore, NYJ @ NE
81 Dante Pettis, NYG vs. CAR



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