2. Brandon Marshall (DEN) – After watching Vincent Jackson torch the Patriots secondary in week 6, it is fairly easy to see Marshall doing the same in week 7 on the big Monday night stage. Marshall has been held out of the end zone for 2 straight weeks in a row, but he did return to form in week 6 in terms of receptions and yardage. The big play WR will give the New England pass defense more than they can handle in week 7. Check injury report: groin
3. Reggie Wayne (IND) – He is arguably the most consistent fantasy WR in the NFL posting no less than 74 receiving yards in any game this season and finding pay dirt in all but 1 contest. He should be money once again in week 7 against a shaky Green Bay secondary playing without their star CB Al Harris. The Packers have allowed 9 receiving TD’s in just 6 games and Wayne is a must start as usual.
4. Greg Jennings (GB) – The 6th ranked Indianapolis pass defense will likely provide Jennings with his biggest challenge of the season so far, but he remains a must start fantasy option. Jennings is averaging 109 receiving yards per game and has 4 TD receptions in his last 3 games.
5. Plaxico Burress (NYG) – He was one of the few bright spots for the Giants in a Monday night loss to the Browns. Burress had 58 receiving yards and a TD after sitting out the previous 2 weeks with a bye and suspension. He should stay on track against a struggling 49er secondary in week 7.
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