Arian Foster rushed three times for five yards and caught 1-of-3 targets for four yards in the Dolphins' Week 7 win over the Bills.
Foster has taken a back seat way behind Jay Ajayi in this Miami backfield. Ajayi has posted back-to-back 200-yard rushing games on 54 total carries. Foster's biggest contribution on Sunday was a horrible drop on third down over the middle. Foster may have even been passes by Damien Williams, as Williams was the second back in the game and score a touchdown for the second-straight week. Foster is quickly becoming a drop candidate in 10- and 12-team leagues with the Dolphins heading into their bye week before taking on the Jets.
Reggie Bush rushed one time for a one-yard touchdown and caught 1-of-2 targets for 13 yards in the Bills' Week 7 loss to the Dolphins.
Making his return to Miami, Bush was a non-factor before punching in a late goal-line score and then catching the two-point conversion on the next play. With Robert Woods (foot) and LeSean McCoy (hamstring) banged up, it's the only reason Bush played more. Both could be in danger of missing Week 8 against the Patriots, but Bush still won't be worth adding in fantasy.
Rob Kelley rushed four times for 15 yards in the Redskins' Week 7 loss to the Lions, adding a receiving touchdown.
Kelley's lone grab was a one-yard score. Kelley got a little work after Matt Jones lost yet another fumble, but only managed to match his Week 6 touch total. It was Chris Thompson who saw the biggest uptick in touches after Jones' miscue. Kelley remains a decent handcuff, but will struggle for standalone value even if Jones keeps putting the ball on the ground.
Pierre Garcon caught 2-of-5 targets for 22 yards in the Redskins' Week 7 loss to the Lions.
With Kirk Cousins spreading the ball around against Detroit's porous defense, Garcon couldn't get any volume going. The yards were his fewest of the season. Garcon is averaging 4.2 catches, but it's not translating to consistent WR4 value in standard leagues. He's a low-upside own.
Andre Johnson was held catch-less in the Titans' Week 7 loss to the Colts.
He has now been held catch-less in each of the Titans' last two games.
Kendall Wright caught 2-of-4 targets for 12 yards in the Titans' Week 7 loss to the Colts.
Still only about a 33-percent player in the Titans' offense, Wright is destined to be up and down from a fantasy standpoint. Despite his Week 6 breakout, Wright won't be worth using in fantasy leagues in Week 8 against the Jaguars.
Jamaal Charles rushed once for no gain Sunday in the Chiefs' Week 7 win over the Saints.
He didn't see the field until the second quarter and wasn't targeted in the passing game. Charles operated as the Chiefs' No. 3 back behind Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West and was on the field for all of two snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. Many reports suggested Charles wouldn't even play on Sunday due to renewed swelling in his surgically-repaired knee. Until Charles proves he's healthy, he belongs on the bench in all fantasy formats.
Brandon LaFell caught 4-of-5 targets for 83 yards and one touchdown in the Bengals' Week 7 win over the Browns.
LaFell's five targets were second-most on the team behind A.J. Green's eight. Both Green and LaFell scored long touchdowns, with LaFell's coming from 44 yards out on terrible coverage by the Browns after the defensive back bit on a double-move. LaFell now has four touchdowns over his past three games and has distanced himself as the No. 2 receiver. His targets will probably start suffering once Tyler Eifert acclimates himself after making his season debut Sunday. LaFell still has some WR3/4 value with a bunch of byes coming up the next two weeks.