Eli Manning completed 24-of-37 passes for 196 yards, zero touchdowns, and zero interceptions in the Giants' Week 7 win over the Rams in London.
Case Keenum completed 32-of-53 passes for 291 yards, a touchdown, and four interceptions in the Rams' Week 7 loss to the Giants in London.
Keenum started the game strong, completing nine of his first 10 passes for 92 yards and a touchdown strike to Tavon Austin. The wheels fell off after the first quarter, however. He was intercepted four times in the final three quarters including a pick-six which got the Giants back into the game and three times on the final three drives. He also missed Kenny Britt on what should have been a long touchdown, and he walked into a couple sacks. To be fair to Keenum, the pick-six bounced right off Austin’s helmet, Britt slowed down on the deep miss, and his receivers dropped several passes. Keenum did put together what look like a game-tying drive, but a miscommunication with Brian Quick led to his fourth and final pick of the game. It was a poor performance, but the Rams have shown no signs of handing the reins to rookie Jared Goff. Keenum should emerge from the bye as the starter.
After watching LeSean McCoy (hamstring) in pre-game warmups, ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak observed that McCoy "does not look close to 100 percent when cutting and exploding."
Rodak proceeded to note that McCoy took a pre-game handoff all the way to the house as opposed to stopping, drawing roars from fans paying attention to warmups. This is a tricky situation and we'd be lying if we pretended to know how it will play out. McCoy is best viewed as a boom-bust Week 7 fantasy start. His tough-to-predict usage and performance will affect Mike Gillislee's workload.
ESPN's Britt McHenry reports Jordan Reed (concussion) is likely out for Week 8, as well.
The Redskins play in London next week, and Reed isn't going to make the trip. Smartly, Washington is being as cautious as possible with Reed, who has suffered five known concussions including his college career. The Redskins have a bye in Week 9, so Reed's earliest return would be Week 10. Vernon Davis should be owned in all leagues as a quality TE1 play in the absence of Reed.
Zach Zenner and Justin Forsett are the Lions' only two healthy running backs for Week 7 against the Redskins.
Dwayne Washington was a surprise inactive with a foot injury that has lingered longer than expected. Zenner played almost 80 percent of the Lions' Week 6 snaps and is worth a long look as a spot-start RB2/flex against a sieve-like Washington run defense. Forsett was barely involved last week.
T.Y. Hilton is active for Week 7 at Tennessee.
Hilton missed early-week practice time with a reported hip injury, but his availability was never in doubt. He is an every-week target monster.
Kamar Aiken (thigh) is active for Week 7 against the Jets.
Aiken played nearly 80 percent of Baltimore's Week 6 snaps with Steve Smith Sr. inactive, but he finished fourth on the Ravens in targets. Aiken does have a good Week 7 matchup. He's worth a look if you're desperate at wideout.
Ravens CB Jimmy Smith is active for Week 7 against the Jets.
The Ravens will be without top pass rushers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil, but their best cover corner will be available to match up with Brandon Marshall.