Kareem Hunt put on a spectacular performance in his first NFL start. The rookie sliced through the Patriots deflated defense racking up 148 yards on the ground, 98 yards through the air, and scoring not 1, not 2, but 3 touchdowns. Wow!
|Kansas City Chiefs||246 yards||3 TD's||40.6 pts|
Turning 30 with a bad ankle did not stop Michael Crabtree's redzone effectiveness this week. Derek Carr threw to his favorite redzone target only 6 times, 3 of those for touchdowns. When will this guy ever stop being a complete animal?
|Oakland Raiders||80 yards||3 TD's||26.0 pts|
Even with the backup, Case Keenum, as his QB this week, Stefon Diggs went off catching 8 balls for 173 yards and 2 touchdowns. This is now the second time this year that Diggs has posted 2 touchdowns in a game. Not bad for week 3!
|Minnesota Vikings||173 yards||2 TD's||29.3 pts|
If by some chance you had Greg Zuerlein as your kicker this week, you were loving life as he posted the third best score in fantasy kicker history. Zuerlein was 7 for 7 on field goals and had 2 PAT. Zuerlein's 27 points was many fantasy owners saving grace in week 4.
|Team||Field Goals||PATs||Fantasy Points|
|Los Angeles Rams||7 FG||2 PAT||27.0 pts|
In week 1 the Houston Texans made the decision to bench their starting QB, Tom Savage. They threw in the rookie, Deshaun Watson, and it has been a spectacle ever since. Watson continues to have an upward trend and has really made a name for himself showcasing his skills as a dual-threat quarterback. The rookie passed for 261 yards, 5 touchdowns, and ran for a 2-pt conversion in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. Watson holds his title as the #1 ranked fantasy player.
|Houston Texans||261 yards||5 TD's||35.54 pts|
When a defense scores 3 touchdowns, how can they not be player of the week?
|Team||Sacks - Fum Rec - Int||Touchdowns||Fantasy Points|
|New Orleans Saints||5 - 2 - 3||3 TD's||32.0 pts|
Elliot's suspension drama lingering over him has clearly not affected his game. He's still the same monster, leaping over defenders, breaking tackles, and just eating in general. Week 7 was no different in Sunday's blowout versus the 49ers, with Zeke totaling just under 220 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns.
|Dallas Cowboys||219 yards||3 TD's||39.90 pts|
Everyone thought the Texans and Seahawks was going to be a defensive matchup, but that notion was quickly eliminated when Deshaun Watson threw a bomb to Will Fuller on the 2nd play for touchdown. Russel Wilson fired back throwing for 452 yards and rushing for another 30, constantly battling for the lead against the Texans. Wilson ended up clutching the game with just a few seconds left in what was arguably the most instense game of the season.
|Seattle Seahawks||482 yards||4 TD's||36.08 pts|
Without his QB Andrew Luck, T.Y. has struggled to stay consistent in 2017. The lack of chemistry between Hilton and the backup, Jacoby Brisset, was not so evident in the Colts week 9 win against the Texans however, with Hilton catching 9 balls for 175 yards and 2 touchdowns.
|Indianapolis Colts||175 yards||2 TD's||29.50 pts|
Robert Woods was quiet in the first half at Houston following his breakout game a week prior at the Giants; However, in the 2nd half he sprung into action posting 171 total yards on 8 catches and scoring 2 TD's.
|Los Angeles Rams||171 yards||2 TD's||29.10 pts|