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Things we learned on Sunday of Week 7
It wasn't a huge day for offensive production, Oh sure, Andrew Luck threw for 300 yards ... again, but overall the numbers were down this weekend. Full Story | Player Stats: LuckWatkins
Lacy vs. Charles: Week 7
By Max Zelenko | Archive
 
Biggest disappointments
By Max Zelenko | Archive
 
Week 7 waiver wire gold
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
PASSING
# PlayerYards
1Colts Andrew Luck 2331
2Falcons Matt Ryan 2078
3Chargers Philip Rivers 1961
4Saints Drew Brees 1916
5Lions Matthew Stafford 1891

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RUSHING
# PlayerYards
1Cowboys DeMarco Murray 913
2Steelers Le'Veon Bell 542
3Texans Arian Foster 513
4Ravens Justin Forsett 503
5Bears Matt Forte 448

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RECEIVING
# PlayerYards
1Packers Jordy Nelson 712
2Colts T.Y. Hilton 711
3Falcons Julio Jones 676
4Broncos Demaryius Thomas 662
5Lions Golden Tate 649

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Reference Charts
Team-By-Team Injuries
 Reference Charts
Team-By-Team Injuries
 AFC TEAMS:
 NFC TEAMS:
 Greg Olsen, TE, CAR10/19/2014 7:34:00 PM 
Description: Panthers tight end Greg Olsen led the team with eight catches and 105 receiving yards in Week 7. Insight: Carolina really struggled on offense, so Olsen was one of the bright spots. He caught all eight of his targets.
 Kelvin Benjamin, WR, CAR10/19/2014 7:33:00 PM 
Description: Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin caught three passes for 61 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Packers. Insight: Although it was a very disappointing day for the Panthers offense, Benjamin salvaged his fantasy day with a touchdown catch in the fourth quarter. Benjamin has five touchdowns through seven games in his rookie season.


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Best Bargains of 2014
It's really easy for fantasy owners to identify Angels outfielder Mike Trout, Detroit Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera or Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw as fantasy assets... Full Story
 
The most overlooked player
Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
Unforeseen power
Steve Schwarz | Archive
 
Second Half Cy Young Award
Dave Holcomb | Archive
BATTING AVERAGE
# NameAVG
1Astros Jose Altuve.341
2Tigers Victor Martinez.335
3Indians Michael Brantley.327
4Rangers Adrian Beltre.324
5Rockies Justin Morneau.319

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RUNS BATTED IN
# NameRBI
1Dodgers Adrian Gonzalez116
2Angels Mike Trout111
3Tigers Miguel Cabrera109
4Orioles Nelson Cruz108
5White Sox Jose Abreu107

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE
# NameERA
1Dodgers Clayton Kershaw1.77
2Mariners Felix Hernandez2.14
3White Sox Chris Sale2.17
4Reds Johnny Cueto2.25
5Cardinals Adam Wainwright2.38

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 AL TEAMS:
 NL TEAMS:
 Jake Peavy, SP, SFG10/18/2014 7:33:00 PM 
Description: Giants starter Jake Peavy will be on the hill in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday against the Royals. Insight: Peavy followed his Game 2 NLDS gem with a disappointing Game 2 start in the NLCS. Peavy will start in Kansas City on Wednesday. He has never made it out of the sixth inning in his seven postseason starts.
 Yordano Ventura, SP, KAN10/18/2014 7:23:00 PM 
Description: Royals starter Yordano Ventura will start Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday according to royals.com. Insight: Ventura left Game 2 of the ALCS with right shoulder tightness, but the Royals are confident he is ready to go. He has a 4.85 ERA in 13 innings this postseason.


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Durant injury rocks mock drafts
Fellow fantasy writer Max Zelenko advised readers last week to draft Thunder forward Kevin Durant No. 1 overall even ahead of Cavaliers superstar... Full Story | Player Stats: Kevin Durant
Who to take at Center?
By Max Zelenko | Archive
 
Five NBA rookies to watch
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
Lebron vs. Durant
By Max Zelenko | Archive
 
POINTS PER GAME
# NamePPG
1Thunder Kevin Durant32.01
2Knicks Carmelo Anthony27.43
3Heat LeBron James27.13
4Timberwolves Kevin Love26.10
5Rockets James Harden25.36

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ASSISTS
# NameAPG
1Clippers Chris Paul10.69
2Lakers Kendall Marshall8.83
3Wizards John Wall8.79
4Nuggets Ty Lawson8.76
5Timberwolves Ricky Rubio8.59

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REBOUNDS
# NameRPG
1Clippers DeAndre Jordan13.59
2Pistons Andre Drummond13.22
3Timberwolves Kevin Love12.51
4Rockets Dwight Howard12.20
5Kings DeMarcus Cousins11.70

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 EAST TEAMS:
 WEST TEAMS:
 Brandon Bass, F, BOS10/18/2014 7:17:00 PM 
Description: Celtics forward Brandon Bass is turning into an irrelevant fantasy player. Insight: Bass has started at power forward for Boston the last few seasons, but Jared Sullinger and Kelly Olynyk are poised to start in the front court for the Celtics to start the 2014-2015 season. Bass will have a bench role and will not be worth owning.
 Evan Turner, G/F, IND10/18/2014 7:13:00 PM 
Description: Celtics\' Evan Turner is a candidate to start at point guard on opening night. Insight: Turner has gained the trust of coach Brad Stevens and with Rajon Rondo out a few weeks, Turner could start at the point. Rookie Marcus Smart is the long-term answer at point guard for Boston, but if Stevens elects to go with experience, Turner will be the guy.


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Early goalie struggles
In fantasy hockey, it is always a good idea to make the goalie position the strength of one's team. The problem to start the 2014-2015 season, however...  Full Story | Player Stats: PriceLundqvist
Ducks quacking on PP
By Dave Holcomb  | Archive
 
Five fantasy sleepers
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
 
Players to not pick too early
By Dave Holcomb | Archive
POINTS
# NamePoints
1Penguins Sidney Crosby9
1Islanders John Tavares9
3Ducks Ryan Getzlaf8
3Penguins Patric Hornqvist8
3Rangers Rick Nash8

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PLUS / MINUS
# Name+/-
1Kings Jeff Carter9
1Kings Tyler Toffoli9
3Canadiens Max Pacioretty7
3Kings Tanner Pearson7
5Canadiens David Desharnais6

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GOALIE WINS
# NameWins
1Ducks Frederik Andersen5
2Canadiens Carey Price4
3Lightning Ben Bishop3
3Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky3
3Blackhawks Corey Crawford3

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 METROPOLITAN:
 ATLANTIC:
 CENTRAL:
 PACIFIC:
 Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CAL10/19/2014 10:42:00 AM 
Description: Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau said the healthy scratch on Friday was "good" for him according to the Calgary Sun. Insight: Gaudreau was pointless in the first five games of the season, so coach Bob Hartley scratched him for Friday\'s game. Gaudreau said he talked to Hartley and understands its a learning experience that will benefit him in the long run. His teammates have been fully supporting the rookie in the locker room. The Calgary Sun reported Gaudreau looked great in practice on Saturday and should be back in the lineup soon, maybe as early as Sunday.
 Steven Stamkos, C, TAM10/19/2014 10:19:00 AM 
Description: Lightning center Steven Stamkos had two goals and an assist on Saturday against the Canucks. Insight: Stamkos set the tone with a goal in the first minute of the game. Vancouver answered, but Stamkos responded right back with his second goal about a minute after the Canucks tied the game at one. Stamkos is second in the league with five goals.


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NFL Fantasy News
· Things we learned on Sunday of Week 7

· Two Minute Warning - Week 7

· Lacy vs. Charles: who will break through in Week 7?

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MLB Fantasy News
· Best Bargains of 2014

· Anthony Rendon: The most overlooked player in the game

· Unforeseen power

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NBA Fantasy News
· Who to take at the Center Position?

· Durant injury rocks mock drafts

· Five NBA rookies to watch

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NHL Fantasy News
· Early goalie struggles

· Ducks quacking on the power play

· Five fantasy sleepers

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