Jimmy Graham caught 5-of-10 targets for 53 yards in Week 7 against Arizona.
Graham didn't do much outside of some third down catches. He salvaged his night with 34 yards in overtime. Graham should rebound in a revenge game with the Saints in Week 8. He'll be a top-five TE1 play.
Michael Floyd caught 5-of-7 targets for 65 yards in the Cardinals' Week 7 tie with Seattle.
Floyd was benched for part of the first quarter after an OPI and holding penalty negated a first down. He bounced back later in the game with a nice catch to set up a go-ahead field goal, but had a drop on the same drive. Floyd has looked like one of the worst receivers in league despite managing some non-terrible stat lines. He'll be a touchdown-dependent WR3 against Carolina in Week 8.
Jermaine Kearse caught 3-of-4 targets for 51 yards in Week 7 against the Cardinals.
It was one of Kearse's better games. He saw more targets than both Tyler Lockett and Paul Richardson. Kearse is well off the fantasy radar.
Tyler Lockett caught two passes for 13 yards in Week 7.
Seattle has failed to get Locket more involved after talking him up the last two weeks. He's been held under 30 yards in all but one game this year. Lockett isn't worth rostering in redraft leagues.
Doug Baldwin caught 6-of-9 targets for 69 yards in Seattle's Week 7 tie with the Cardinals.
Baldwin did nothing most of the game, but made an impact late. He was Seattle's leading receiver on a night Russell Wilson threw for only 225 yards. Baldwin has been held out of the end-zone in his last three games, but has a get-right matchup with New Orleans in Week 8.
J.J. Nelson caught 3-of-7 targets for 84 yards in Week 7 against Seattle.
Nelson had an expanded with with Jaron Brown (knee) leaving in the second quarter. His 40-yard catch in overtime was Arizona's biggest play of the night. Nelson has deep threat value, but isn't on the streaming radar.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 9-of-14 targets for 70 yards in the Arizona's Week 7 tie with Seattle.
Fitzgerald saw a lot of Richard Sherman after Darrelle Revis shadowed him last week. He was mostly quiet in a game the Cardinals struggled to get inside the red-zone. With John Brown (leg) not a lock to return next week, Fitzgerald should keep a large target share in Arizona offense. Fitzgerald is a WR2 for Week 8 matchup with Carolina's secondary.
David Johnson rushed 33 times for 113 yards and caught 8-of-13 targets for 58 yards in the Cardinals Sunday night tie with Seattle.
Johnson was the centerpiece of a Cardinals offense that made just two red-zone trips despite running 90 plays. He was fed 41 touches and finished behind only Larry Fitzgerald (14) in targets. Johnson was ruled out at the one-yard line on what would have been a game winning touchdown in overtime, and failed to convert his only goal-line carry on the next play. He's been a matchup-proof running back all year and will be an RB1 against the Panthers in Week 8. Johnson trails only Ezekiel Elliott in yards and is averaging 4.7 YPC.