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2021.10.21 21:29 Demonmuffins28 Mouse not locked to the game

My mouse cursor isn't locked to the game window when I'm in combat mode. Anyone knows how to fix this problem, it's unplayable.
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2021.10.21 21:29 BroadTutor6020 Sunrise at Max Patch in Western NC

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2021.10.21 21:29 undeadmaruchan CHANCE ME-MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

I am a white female who attends an average public HS.
Hooks: None really?? I'm LGBT but didn't mention it anywhere on apps
Intended Major: Film Studies
Family: Average, upper-middle class suburban
APs: I have taken APUSH (4 on the test) AP Government (5 on the test), and am currently taking AP Psych, AP English Lit, AP Micro Economics, and Macro next semester
SAT: 1330 (670 R&W, 660 Math, 25 Essay)
Class Rank: 88/426
GPA: 4.0 W 3.8 UW
Activities: I run cross-country and track, have received my varsity letter in both
Other honors: I have received an "academic" letter (meaning I had a 3.5 or higher GPA W for 4 semesters), have been on honor roll every semester of HS
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2021.10.21 21:29 Huntingtown10 Mega Gengar On me

Friend code
0184 5550 4636
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2021.10.21 21:29 Baxobhone You couldnt pay to be this based😎

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2021.10.21 21:29 No-Salamander3724 Dis shit hard asf🔥🔥😤😤😈😈

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2021.10.21 21:29 Fapertures Bad feelings, possible relapse

Having some negative feelings and I want to drink. Don't have much by way of support. I also don't like AA meetings (so sorry everyone). Only ever liked them when I was drunk.
Reserved myself to wait an hour before I go buy something.
Just want to hear why I shouldn't go drink I guess.
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2021.10.21 21:29 YeeHaw4Cake What's your favorite homemade movie snack?

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2021.10.21 21:29 Suspicious_Ad9147 why when

people makde a meme about ibuki and kaede hanging they have to include mari and sayori like why would ibuki and kaede had anything to do with bland overrated franchises who had nothing in common other than superficial things like their death oh no if this character dies hanged then there are obiously linked to another unrealted overrated game, it just seems because you are the annoying all fandom people
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2021.10.21 21:29 Inner_Difficulty5140 i need help LOL

so there’s this guy.. let’s call him X. we both mutually like each other and it’s been a few weeks since we established that. however, we both agreed we weren’t ready for a relationship. we talk to each other almost every day.. but sometimes he leaves abruptly or seems off and gets angry. idk how to explain it. but whenever he feels this way, he leaves the call abruptly and apologizes a few minutes later. i always brush it off and say it’s okay but i also get annoyed by it. i don’t know what to do. he’ll distance himself from me which leads me to distance myself from him,, but then he does and says things that make me want to stay. but it’s like we’re not in a relationship? he also told me that he feels like he’s wasting my time.. there’s also other factors that contribute such as school.. we’re both in high school and getting ready for college so it’s kind of hard to deal with emotions and mental health rn.. i don’t know what to do or say to him. it’s my first time talking to a guy and having .. i guess a situationship? LMAO god idk i guess this is why we can’t date
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2021.10.21 21:29 Florida_Dad NKD! First Spyderco!

https://imgur.com/a/IsgxPpx
Para 3 Light Weight
Still relatively new to knives and still checking a lot of firsts off my wish list. Been wanting to experience the compression lock, something other than a budget steel and a USA made knife. ✅✅✅
Had it for a few hours and it didn't take long to "get it". 8/10 on the fidget factor and absolutely disappears in the pocket. I debated doing a catch and release on this one, but it's feeling like a keeper for sure.
Now that I have swallowed the the Spydy tax, I suppose the Butterfly tax will be next.
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2021.10.21 21:29 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Lifestyle] - Buffet on the Chao Phraya | Bangkok Post

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2021.10.21 21:29 ink-OGnit0 Has anyone been to the haunted house Cougar Creek House of Horrors?

Is it worth it? What other haunted houses have you been this year?
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2021.10.21 21:29 Etmar_Gaming That really blew me out of the water

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2021.10.21 21:29 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Lifestyle] - Excitement builds among book lovers | Bangkok Post

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2021.10.21 21:29 _plot-twist_ "There's no such thing as a stupid question," but really, what's the stupidest question you've asked before?

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2021.10.21 21:29 Oooralmos What makes someone bad and what doesn't make someone so? People targeting me, personally, over something generally said is often done but who and where'd they learn that from? ( 26 M )

u/rat_and_bat
u/sincevtaples
Felt like I should bring some wondrous humans over who think that I should be aborted for literally no reason. You are great friends. (Supposedly I become shit when I'm rude or meant to people, why's telling people that they should've been aborted just seen as funny and a helpful comment lol? Saying fuck you to pepole who say that makes you bad, somehow, not the person who struck first.))
It will be a simple post, for the most part.
I'm wondering how it is that someone becomes bad.
People seem to think of me as shit for putting some of my frustrations and thoughts into a written form and putting it around (A post, as this would be)
I'm bad, for that, according to any onlooker I guess.
What I'm wondering about is the people who turn things personal, for no reason.
I mean, I made a post about being made by rape, and how the fact that most women would've killed me has me bothered. (Pretty reasonable I'd say, I bet you speak of your worries and some things that bother you which would be exactly what I'm doing here...)
However, nearly all the comments that I got were just people saying that I should have been aborted and that the only issue here is that I wasn't aborted.
...
...
...
I'd like to know how someone becomes so shitty that they end up anything like that. It can't be being made by rape that makes someone stupidly thinking like that, I have that going on and I don't go around telling people that they should have been aborted because they said something I didn't like reading lol.
I'm told about how these things being wanted but honestly all the people who I know are doing well and everything are pretty shitty.
not to be rude, but what else is someone who thinks others should be aborted or someone who lies about literally everything other than shit?
TL;DR speaking of my worries makes me shit. (somehow?)
People telling me that I should've been aborted for said worries does not (Somehow?)
I'd like to know how, when, and where this makes any sense.
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2021.10.21 21:29 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Lifestyle] - Timely commissions | Bangkok Post

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2021.10.21 21:29 Autismic123 on an argument with a dumb person thinking 3 squared is 6

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2021.10.21 21:29 xylopolist Rookie Report: Week 7 Starts & Sits

Welcome back to the Rookie Report! We’re now a third of the way through the NFL season, and by now you have an idea if your team is a contender or has some work to do to get back in the hunt. Week 7 could be a crucial one for fantasy leagues. We’ve seen weeks with 6 teams on a bye before, but all the high-end fantasy players sitting in week 7 have had many in the fantasy community dubbing this week the ‘bye-pocalypse’, ‘bye-nado’, ‘bye-mageddon’, ‘bye-palooza’, and maybe my personal favorite, ‘bye-gnarok.’ Finding a way to navigate all the byes and field a lineup that can still compete and win this week is a challenge, but a win this week will feel extra rewarding. There are plenty of rookies who can help you shore up your incomplete lineups. Pretty much anyone with a pulse is in play this week, so some of the borderline and sleeper options may be deeper names than you’re used to seeing there. You may need a shower after you set your lineup this week, but hopefully some of my words can make you feel less gross about starting some of these guys.
A couple of quick notes for the players listed below – All players listed under the same header at the same position are listed in the order that I would play them this week, and all points per game references and points allowed rankings are based on half-PPR scoring unless otherwise noted. Let’s dive into week 7…

Rookies to Start: RB Chuba Hubbard, CAR (Wk. 7:@NYG): Hubbard has been functioning as the Panthers’ lead back for 4 games now, and he’s topped 65 scrimmage yards and touched the ball at least 14 times in all of them, and head coach Matt Rhule came out this week and said the Panthers need to run the ball more. Hubbard hasn’t been great in the passing game and has been ceding 3rd down snaps to Royce Freeman, but that hasn’t been a problem for his fantasy performances. He’s handled 53 of the team’s 60 RB rushing attempts in the 3 games McCaffrey has missed. As long as game scripts are at least neutral, Hubbard should get plenty of volume. The Panthers’ next 3 opponents are the Giants, Falcons and Patriots, none of whom have more than 2 wins. This week’s opponent, the Giants, have allowed the 7th-most RB points per game and rank 27th in Football Outsiders’ run defense DVOA stat. Hubbard is a top-15 RB option this week in this plus matchup.
WR Ja’Marr Chase, CIN (Wk. 7:@Bal.): In case you aren’t already treating him as such, Chase has officially ascended to must-start territory. Through 6 games, he’s topped 75 receiving yards and/or scored a touchdown in every game this season. The Ravens allow the 7th-fewest WR points per game, and rank a middling 16th in pass defense DVOA, but you should be starting Chase regardless of matchups. There’s bound to be a down week or two at some point, but he has 20-point upside each and every week.
WR Jaylen Waddle, MIA (Wk. 7: vs. Atl.): Waddle has now played in two full games with Tua Tagovailoa as his starting QB. He’s seen a 24.3% target share in those games and topped 16 PPR points in each. It’s true that most of those targets came last Sunday with DeVante Parker sidelined, but the Dolphins’ tight ends were targeted 15 times in that game as well. Assuming he plays, I’d expect most of Parker’s workload this week to come from Mike Gesicki and Durham Smythe. The Falcons allow the 8th-most WR points per game, and Waddle is clearly going to see targets. He’s a high-floor WR3 in PPR leagues this week.
TE Kyle Pitts, ATL (Wk. 7:@Mia.): Pitts had the breakout game we were all waiting for in London heading into Atlanta’s bye week, but will he continue to produce at a high level with Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage returning this week? That remains to be seen, but you have to get him into the lineup anyway. The rookie has seen 6 or more targets in 4 of his 5 games this season and gets to face a Miami defense that is allowing the 16th-most TE points per game. It isn’t a cake matchup, but it isn’t a tough one either. Pitts should be a top-10 TE play this week.

Borderline Rookies: QB Mac Jones, NE (Wk. 7: vs. NYJ): My listing of Jones as a borderline rookie applies only to 2-QB and superflex leagues. You shouldn’t be considering him in any 1-QB formats. The Jets have allowed the 4th-fewest QB points per game, but that’s mostly because they haven’t played many high-powered offenses, and teams have scored on the ground rather than through the air against them. They’ve allowed 7 rushing TDs, and just 4 through the air. The Jets have forced just 1 QB turnover through 5 games and rank a middling 16th in pass defense DVOA. They’re the only team Mac Jones failed to throw a TD against so far, and I’d expect him to correct that this week. Don’t expect a high-volume effort from Mac, but he’s probably going to finish the week as a mid-range QB2.
RB Elijah Mitchell, SF (Wk. 7: vs. Ind.): Week 5 seemingly put to rest any debates about what the 49ers backfield split is going to look like going forward. Mitchell has a stranglehold on the early down work (he handled 75% of the non-Trey Lance rushing attempts against Arizona), and Kyle Juszczyk will mix in on passing downs and play some traditional fullback. Trey Sermon was on the field for just 2 offensive snaps in week 5. The Colts aren’t an easy team to run against, ranking 1st in run defense DVOA, but the 49ers are going to run the football, and with Jimmy G back under center, the bulk of those attempts will likely go to Mitchell. He’s a better play in non-PPR formats, but his expected volume in the bye-palooza week makes him a solid RB3 option against the Colts.
RB Javonte Williams, DEN (Wk. 7:@Cle.): Williams continues to make at least one “Wow” play seemingly every week, but it still hasn’t pushed him ahead of Melvin Gordon on the depth chart. The rookie has been making the most of his opportunities, averaging nearly 70 scrimmage yards per game in his last 4 outings with at least 3 receptions each week, and the Broncos have a chance to control the game script this week with the Browns starting most of their second-string offense. Despite that situation, I’d pump the brakes before getting too excited about Javonte. The Browns rank 3rd in run defense DVOA and have allowed the 2nd-fewest RB points per game, and Williams is still splitting the backfield with Melvin Gordon. He’s a reasonable fill-in if you’re fighting through byes, but I would treat him as an RB3 option with limited upside in what should be an ugly game. This game has the lowest oveunder total of the week.
RB Khalil Herbert, CHI (Wk. 7:@TB): Herbert worked wonders for fantasy managers who rolled him out in starting lineups last week, finishing with 112 scrimmage yards and a touchdown, but you may be playing with fire if you decide to get him in your lineup again this week. I originally expected Damien Williams to return this week, but it turns out that he’s unvaccinated and probably going to miss another game on the Covid list. Tampa Bay has allowed just 2 running backs to reach 50 yards on the ground against them all year, and none to reach 70, so Herbert is unlikely to pile up a big rushing yardage day. They’ve also allowed just 1 RB rushing score for the season. If you start Herbert, you’re counting on him getting some receiving work, which Dame’s absence opens the door for. The Bucs do allow 7.5 running back receptions per game. Herbert didn’t see much receiving work in college and saw just an 11% target share as the lead back last week, but he was in a route on 80% of the Bears’ pass plays. The bye-palooza, and Williams’ expected absence make Herbert an upside RB3 this week. If you’re deciding between Herbert and Javonte Williams, Javonte probably has a safer floor, but Herbert has a higher ceiling.
RB Michael Carter, NYJ (Wk. 7:@NE): This is probably not a game you want to target for fantasy, but Carter has handled 55% of the Jets’ RB touches over the last 4 games, and his best game of the season so far came against these Patriots in week 2, where he totaled 88 scrimmage yards on 13 touches. Don’t get carried away here. The Patriots rank 9th in run defense DVOA and have allowed the 13th-fewest RB points per game, so the matchup isn’t great, but Carter is in play with so many byes across the league this week. He’s a low-end RB3 option in Foxboro.
WR DeVonta Smith, PHI (Wk. 7:@LV): Smith was a big letdown last week in a potential blow-up spot against Tampa Bay, and there’s no guarantee he bounces back in this one. I do expect his volume to get back to the level we’ve grown accustomed to – week 6 was the first time all season that Smith was targeted fewer than 6 times – but this matchup isn’t an easy one. The Raiders have allowed the 6th-fewest WR points per game, and Smith will spend a lot of his day squaring off with Casey Hayward. Hayward has proven to be one of the best free agent signings of the offseason, allowing just 3.2 yards per target and a 51.3 passer rating on throws into his coverage. He also boasts Pro Football Focus’ highest coverage grade among all cornerbacks this season. Smith is still in play as a WR3/4 option, especially with all the byes this week. He won’t be matched up with Hayward on every play. Just keep in mind that his floor isn’t all that safe this week.
WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET (Wk. 7:@LAR): The ‘Sun God’ posted his worst fantasy performance of October last Sunday, but it was the 3rd consecutive week where he’s seen at least 7 targets and hauled in 5+ receptions. His passing game role has been consistent, and should be again, even in this tough matchup. The Rams rank 4th in pass defense DVOA but have allowed the 15th-most WR points per game. Garbage time has helped teams put up passing points against them, and it’s hard to imagine the Lions not having a lot of garbage time. The Rams are favored by 15 points in this one. St. Brown may spend some time matched up with Jalen Ramsey, but I wouldn’t let that scare me away from him if you’re considering starting him. I’d view ARSB as a floor play WR4 in PPR leagues.
WR Rashod Bateman, BAL (Wk. 7: vs. Cin.): Bateman made his return from IR last week, and immediately stepped into a 22% target share in his first game back. I wouldn’t expect that to hold every week, but I expect him to carve out a role as one of the top-3 pass catchers on this team with Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown. Cincinnati isn’t an easy WR matchup. The Bengals allow the 12th-fewest WR points per game and rank 8th in pass defense DVOA, but both of those marks are worse than the Charger defense he faced last week. I’d look for another 5-7 targets for Bateman this week and think he’s an upside WR4 option if you’re hurting for WR help.

Rookies to Sit: QB Zach Wilson, NYJ (Wk. 7:@NE): Wilson has had two weeks to shake off his miserable day in London against the Falcons, but you can’t look to him as an option this week even in 2-QB leagues. I’d love to see the BYU product post a bounce back game in Foxboro, but he threw 4 interceptions the last time he faced the Patriots and has been picked at least once in all 5 of his starts. I’d be more inclined to start Case Keenum tonight if I was desperate in a 2-QB league rather than roll Wilson out in any lineups.
QB Davis Mills, ARI (Wk. 7:@Ari.): Mills has started 4 games so far this season. One of them was a magical performance against the New England Patriots where he topped 300 yards and threw 3 TDs on his way to nearly 25 fantasy points. In the other three he’s averaged just over 6 fantasy points per game. The Cardinals rank 2nd in pass defense DVOA, and the Texans have a pathetic implied total of just 14.5 points. Anything over 10 fantasy points should be seen as a win for Mills in this one.
QB Trey Lance, SF (Wk. 7: vs. Ind.): If you were thinking of starting Lance this week, you probably won’t get the chance. Trey is expected to be out this week dealing with an injury suffered against the Cardinals in week 5. Expect Jimmy Garoppolo to get the start.
RB Kenneth Gainwell, PHI (Wk. 7:@LV): Gainwell has some upside against a Vegas defense that has allowed the 13th-most RB points per game, but I don’t see how you can roll him out in lineups this week after he saw just 28 snaps, 2 carries, and 5 targets in the last 2 weeks combined. Offensive coordinator Shane Steichen said this week that they need to get Miles Sanders more involved in the offense. That comment isn’t reassuring if you were hoping Gainwell’s usage would tick back up this week. I’d keep him parked on the bench, even in the bye-pocalypse.
RB Demetric Felton, CLE (Wk. 7: vs. Den.): The Browns have officially ruled out Nick Chubb for Thursday night’s game against the Broncos, and have placed Kareem Hunt on IR, so it’ll be Felton and D’Ernest Johnson left to man the Browns’ backfield this week. If you’re looking for a Browns’ running back as a fill-in for a player on a bye, D’Ernest is the one you want. Felton has played more snaps than Johnson this season, but he’s spent just 2 of them lined up in the backfield, and 31 of them lined up in the slot or out wide. Johnson, on the other hand, has spent all of his snaps in the backfield, and handled the running back snaps after Hunt went down last weekend. Denver looks like a daunting run defense on paper, allowing the 5th-fewest RB points per game, but they’ve allowed over 50 scrimmage yards and a touchdown to 4 different backs in the last 3 games. The bulk of that damage has come on the ground, and D’Ernest figures to see the bulk of the rushing work, with Felton likely handling passing downs. The Broncos allow the fewest RB receptions, and 2nd-fewest RB receiving yards per game. Felton is only worth considering if you’re very desperate in a full PPR league.
RB Chris Evans, CIN (Wk. 7:@Bal.): Don’t Chase last week’s points with Evans. The rookie had his best game as a pro and doubled his total snap count for the season, but most of those snaps and 5 of his 7 touches came with the Bengals leading by 17+ points. He did manage to find the end zone on his first touch of the game, and his increased opportunity is undoubtedly a good sign, but this is still Joe Mixon’s backfield. The Bengals are highly unlikely to post another blowout this week against the Ravens. If Evans continues to see an increased workload on passing downs, there is a sliver of hope for him. The Ravens allow the 2nd most RB receiving yards per game. I wouldn’t count on more than 3 receptions or so for the rookie though.
RB Trey Sermon, SF (Wk. 7: vs. Ind.): Sermon has been on the field for three snaps in the games this season that Elijah Mitchell has been active for. While I expect him to play at least a little more than that going forward, he’s not seeing the field enough for consideration in your fantasy lineups, even in a week like this.
WR Rondale Moore, ARI (Wk. 7: vs. Hou.): Moore played his highest snap share of the season in week 6, but he continued to show that he’s going to be a boom-or-bust option from week to week. He’s averaged 93 scrimmage yards in his three ‘boom’ games, and 22 per game in his 3 ‘bust’ performances. Pretty much every offensive weapon on the Cardinals is capable of a boom game against the hapless Texans, as Arizona is an 18.5-point favorite with a 33-point implied total, but I would still bet against a big game from Moore. The Cardinals have been creative in getting Rondale involved, giving him 8 rushing attempts in the last 3 weeks, but the ways the Cards deploy him are less likely to lead to big things this week. 85% of Rondale’s targets in the passing game have been 9 yards or fewer downfield, and more than half of them have been behind the line of scrimmage. The Texans have allowed the 5th-fewest yards after the catch in the league. Rondale has long odds of posting a big yardage day on the type of targets he’s been seeing. He’s a volatile WR4 option in deeper leagues this week.
WR Kadarius Toney, NYG (Wk. 7: vs. Car.): As of now, I’m operating under the assumption that Toney isn’t going to play against the Panthers. He played last week despite a ‘questionable’ tag and didn’t make it through the first quarter before being ruled out for the day. The Giants would be wise to give him the week off and hope he’s able to come back at full strength in week 8. If he does suit up this week, he’s in play as an upside WR4 option against a Panther defense that allows 10th-fewest WR points per game.
WR Elijah Moore, NYJ (Wk. 7:@NE): Moore is going to post a big game eventually, but to-date he’s only reached 25 or more receiving yards one time. That one time was against these Patriots in week 2, but he finished with just 4 catches for 47 yards on 8 targets in that game, hardly a useful fantasy line. Moore missed week 4 with a concussion before returning for the London game in week 5, and he saw just 2 targets in that game with Jamison Crowder back in the mix. It was the first time Moore and Crowder both played in the same game. I’m going to need to see him be more active than that with Crowder around before I consider Elijah for lineups again.
WR Nico Collins, HOU (Wk. 7:@Ari.): Collins was back in action last weekend after being activated from injured reserve, and he actually posted a respectable game with 4 catches and 44 yards on 6 targets. Collins shared playing time with Chris Moore and Chris Conley behind Brandin Cooks. I wouldn’t look to get him into lineups, but he’s worth monitoring to see if those targets continue going forward. He could even be a sneaky dart throw this week for limited slate DFS tournaments. The Cardinals have a solid pass defense that ranks 2nd in pass defense DVOA, but they’ve given up the 11th-most WR points per game thanks to a lot of garbage time against them. Arizona has allowed 3 WRs to score 16+ fantasy points against them this year – KJ Osborn, Van Jefferson, and Donovan Peoples-Jones. It hasn’t been the primary receivers who have put up the biggest days against the Cardinals.
WR Dyami Brown, WAS (Wk. 7:@GB): Brown had his biggest opportunity to make an impact of the season so far against the Chiefs last week and failed to do so. Kansas City has been bleeding big plays in the passing game, but Taylor Heinicke’s deep throws to Dyami continued to not connect. Dyami saw 6 targets in the game that totaled 80 air yards. The three that he caught accounted for 21 of those air yards. The 3 that he didn’t catch accounted for 59. This week’s opponent, the Packers, have allowed the 3rd-fewest completions of 20+ yards this season. Don’t look for Brown to get on track this week. The absence of Jaire Alexander may even hurt Brown, as it means Terry McLaurin will have a more favorable matchup.
WR Anthony Schwartz, CLE (Wk. 7: vs. Den.): I was tempted to list Schwartz as a sleeper this week with Odell Beckham Jr. potentially sidelined, but the return of Jarvis Landry likely saps any sneaky upside the rookie had in this one. Schwartz was used as a downfield threat in week 1 when Beckham was out, and Denver has allowed the 2nd-most 40+ yard completions in the league so far. With Landry active, Schwartz is nothing more than a dart throw in showdown DFS tournaments.
WRs Terrace Marshall Jr. & Shi Smith, CAR (Wk. 7:@NYG): Marshall exited last week’s game against the Vikings after suffering a concussion, and his status for week 7 remains up in the air. Even if he’s able to return this week, he’s garnered more than 3 targets just once in the last 5 games. If Marshall is out, fellow rookie Shi Smith is likely to step into the WR3 role. The Giants aren’t an imposing defense, allowing the 12th-most WR points per game, but Smith would be unlikely to see any more volume than Marshall had been seeing. Both are best left out of lineups.
TE Tommy Tremble, CAR (Wk. 7:@NYG): Tremble’s playing time has been headed in the right direction, as his snap share increased to a season-high 51% in week 6, but targets and fantasy production haven’t followed with it. Tremble has been targeted just 7 total times in the three games since Dan Arnold was traded to Jacksonville. That limited volume isn’t worth chasing this week. The Giants are a decent matchup for tight ends, allowing the 12th-most points per game to the position, but Tremble is unlikely to take advantage.
TE Jack Stoll, PHI (Wk. 7:@LV): Chances are you aren’t familiar with the name Jack Stoll, but after Zach Ertz was traded to the Arizona Cardinals this week, the undrafted rookie is the only tight end on the Eagles’ roster beyond Dallas Goedert. In the season’s first 6 weeks, Philly lined up with multiple tight ends on the field on 27% of their plays, so Stoll may see an increased role moving forward, but it won’t be a fantasy relevant role. His spot as the TE2 on the depth chart could be short lived. The Eagles have signed Richard Rodgers to their practice squad and opened the practice window for Tyree Jackson this week to potentially return from injured reserve. There’s no reason to give any consideration to Stoll at this point, even in the deepest of leagues.
Rookies on bye in week 7: QB Trevor Lawrence, JAX, RB Najee Harris, PIT, RB Larry Rountree III, LAC, WR Josh Palmer, LAC, TE Pat Freiermuth, PIT

Deep League Sleepers, Stashes, and Cheap DFS Options: QB Justin Fields, CHI (Wk. 7:@TB): If the Bears want to have success against the Bucs, they’re going to have to ask Justin Fields to throw the ball more. They’re not going to find much success running the ball against them, and the Bucs have allowed 275+ passing yards in 5 of their first 6 games. Fields hasn’t attempted 30 passes in a game yet and has been abysmal for fantasy purposes, but this game figures to be his highest volume passing day yet and we finally saw him start to use his legs last week and add points with rushing yards. The Bucs have allowed the 4th-most QB points per game. You shouldn’t be scared to put Fields in as your QB2 this week in superflex leagues if your options are limited.
RB Rhamondre Stevenson, NE (Wk. 7: vs. NYJ): Stevenson seems to have gotten himself out of the Belichick doghouse and finds himself in a favorable spot this week. The Patriots are a touchdown favorite over a Jets team that allows the 2nd-most RB points per game. Damien Harris is going to lead the way in this backfield, but Stevenson should see a fair number of opportunities as well. It was a pleasant surprise to see Rhamondre running downfield receiving routes in Dallas last weekend, and if receiving usage continues, he’s going to have some unexpected upside. The rookie wouldn’t be my first choice as a starter this week, but he’s not a terrible option if you’re desperate.
RB Jaret Patterson, WAS (Wk. 7:@GB): Antonio Gibson has been dealing with a shin injury all season without missing a game, but he does seem to be in real jeopardy of missing this week’s tilt with the Packers after aggravating it last weekend. If Gibson is out, Patterson will have a chance at a significant role sharing the backfield with JD McKissic. McKissic is best utilized as a satellite receiving back, and that could leave a lot of the early down rushing work to Patterson. We saw what Khalil Herbert did last weekend to this Green Bay defense that ranks 30th in run defense DVOA. I don’t expect Patterson to have that kind of game, but 50+ yards isn’t out of the question if Gibson sits. I’d view him as more of a desperation play than anything, but this week there are some desperate fantasy managers.

That’s all I’ve got for this week. Hopefully it helps guide you to victory in your leagues this weekend. Feel free to hit me up on Twitter (@Shawn_Foss) if you have any questions or want to yell at me about anything written above. Make sure to keep a close eye on the injury report throughout the week and do a final pre-game check to make sure you don’t start any inactive players. As always: Good luck, trust your gut, and have fun. It’s just a game. Original article from drinkfive.com
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