4. Fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 7: Corey Davis, New York Jets
Davis is coming off two underwhelming performances, but I am not selling my stock. Over the past two games, he has four receptions for 90 yards, but the Jets’ passing attack, as a whole, under-performed generating only 286 total passing yards. In both games, Davis actually led the Jets’ wide receivers in receiving yards.
Davis has been Zach Wilson’s go-to target, and that should pay off for fantasy owners. This week, he does carry some additional risk, though. The Jets are facing the Denver Broncos, who are allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers.
3. Fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 7: Romeo Doubs, Green Bay Packers
This is purely about the matchup.
The Packers’ wide receivers (excluding Allen Lazard) have difficult to consistently trust, but on paper, Doubs has everything lined up for him to have a big game on Sunday. He will face the Washington Commanders, who are giving up the sixth-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers this season. Comparatively, the last two defenses Doubs faced (Giants and Jets) are in the bottom eight in receiving yards allowed to wide receivers this season.