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Fantasy Focus: Week Seven (10/15/2008)
by Corey Koehler

After a hectic week of moving into a new home – hello Minnesota City - I am back and ready to get your fantasy football juices flowing for some week seven action. Let’s not waste another minute.

Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson and the rest of the Houston Texans offense are finally starting to gel on offense. They are averaging over 27 points per game over the last 4 weeks and this week they get Detroit.

The Lions are giving up almost 32 points per game and they are nowhere near as good as the God forsaken Vikings made them look. Start all of your Texans.

Other must starts; Ryan Grant versus Indy, Willie Parker versus Cinci.

Not much has gone right for any of Seattle’s fantasy worthy players this year. Their one bright spot – if you can call it that - has been the few decent rushing performances from Julius Jones.

This week, look for Jones, and the rest of the struggling Seahawks offense, to continue struggling on the road against the fourth ranked Tampa Bay defense.

Bye weeks this week: Cardinals, Falcons, Jaguars, Eagles

See you next week.

Talk back! Tell us what you think of this year’s teams. What would you do if you were in charge?

Go to winonapost.com, click on Football Forum to discuss this year’s season.

 

 

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