The Wire: Week 7


T.Tagovailoa: IT. IS. TIME. Arguably the most talented QB in the rookie class is going to have his chance to shine in 2 weeks after the Dolphins bye. Given his skill set & the Dolphins offensive weapons Tua could hit the ground running rather quickly.

A.Dalton: He looked horrible last night against Arizona but his supporting cast didn't do him any favors either. Don't be surprised if the Red Rifle & Co. bounce back this weekend against the WSH football team.

K.Allen: He was solid against the Giants throwing from 282 yards & 2 TDs, & this week gets an even better matchup against the Cowboys at home who have allowed a QB1 performance in half of their games.


Similar to a few weeks back, most of the players you'll see below are going to be seeing opportunities in their backfield due to the primary backs suffering injuries. While we don't know the full extent of their injuries yet, it's better to get ahead of your competition & scoop these players up incase the injuries to those primary backs will keep them out for extended periods of time.

B.Scott: For the 2nd time this season Scott finds himself in this article due to Miles Sanders suffering yet again another injury. Earlier this season, Sanders hurt his hamstring & this weekend after carving up the Ravens D for 100+ yards on just 9 rushing attempts Sanders left the game early with a knee injury & never returned. Scott needs to be picked up immediately because Sanders has been ruled out of TNF against the Giants who RB's have had their way with all season.

G.Bernard: Mixon left in the 1st half of Sunday's game against the Colts, then he returned in the 2nd half but had to leave yet again in the 4th quarter with 8 minutes left & never returned. That doesn't bode well for his status in the Bengals upcoming against CLE this weekend. If Mixon is ruled out you're going to want to start Gio because in 6 games that Mixon has missed in his tenure with Gio has filled in & averaged 19 FPPG.

G.Edwards: Edwards was already inching his way to being the lead of the 3 committee back that was taking place in Baltimore, but just like everyone else Ingram left the game this past weekend with an ankle injury. The Ravens have a bye this week so Ingram may have enough time to recover & play in 2 weeks, but if not Edwards is sure to be lead the back while Ingram is out. Stash Edwards now before the news comes out that Ingram will have to miss an extended period of time.