2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 7 Fantasy Football Sleepers

Last Updated: October 21st, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Fantasy Football picks are here at Bankroll Sports this year, and we are going to try to make the most of your NFL props betting options at BoDog Sportsbook by giving you some of the best fantasy football sleepers in Week 7!

Dallas Cowboys Defense/Special Teams vs. St. Louis Rams
This is bad, bad news for the Rams. They have to go on the road, and they aren’t going to have a fully healthy QB Sam Bradford to show for it. Bradford has been walking around in a protective boot thanks to a high ankle sprain, and he hasn’t been practicing all that much. That being said, the team just traded for WR Brandon Lloyd, who will surely have some rust with his new team in spite of the fact that he played in the system for Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels with the Broncos last year. Parlay all of that together with the fact that Dallas blitzes like there’s no tomorrow, and the end result could be some huge fantasy points for this team defense. The Rams rank dead last in the league in fantasy offense this year, making the Cowboys an even better play than usual

Michael Bush vs. Kansas City Chiefs
We know that all eyes are going to be on RB Darren McFadden in this one, but there is a real chance that Bush could be the back to steal against the Chiefs. Kansas City ranks No. 27 in the league against fantasy rushers. With QB Carson Palmer expected to start, we know that the Raiders are going to run the ball, run the ball, and run the ball some more. Bush could find himself getting 15-20 touches in this game even if McFadden gets 20-25, but more importantly could be those goal line carries, which there might be plenty of. Look for Bush to score for the first time in three weeks and get 60 or 70 total yards as well.

Tim Tebow vs. Miami Dolphins
Let’s get this one thing straight… The Broncos aren’t winning all that many games this year if they keep Tebow under center. That being said, there’s just no way that we can avoid using him in this matchup. First off, the man is going to run like a chicken with his head cut off, and he is never going to stop. Getting 70 or 80 rushing yards isn’t out of the question, nor are two rushing touchdowns. Secondly, he’s going against a Miami defense which ranks second to last in the league against fantasy quarterbacks. And finally, it’s a day where he and his Florida Gators teammates from 2009 are going to be honored by the Dolphins. Good timing for that one, guys. Oops. It won’t quite be Denver, but it’ll feel like home for Tebow, and we think that three total touchdowns and over 250 total yards isn’t out of the question in his first game as a starter this year.

Ed Dickson vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Dickson might be a great starter on Monday Night Football this week. QB Joe Flacco is averaging looking Dickson’s way nearly nine times per game this year, and a lot of those looks are coming in the red zone. During this five game losing streak, the Jags have allowed an average of 5.6 receptions and 62.2 yards per game to opposing tight ends. Getting six points out of your tight end spot is usually a respectable number, but also remember that Jacksonville has allowed three TDs to starting tight ends in its last five games as well.

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