Oct. 22 (UPI) — Kyler Murray tops my Week 7 fantasy soccer quarterback rankings for 2020.

Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson and Justin Herbert spherical out my Top 5 choices for Week 7. Josh Allen, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Matthew Stafford and Deshaun Watson land in my Top 10.

I additionally would think about beginning Teddy Bridgewater, Andy Dalton and Kyle Allen this week if you’re determined on the place.

Monitor the standing for every of your gamers’ video games this week because the coronavirus pandemic continues to impression the NFL schedule. Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts gamers must be faraway from all beginning lineups, as these groups have Week 7 byes.

Try my weekly waiver wire article for choices of gamers so as to add at every place.

Listed below are a few of my favourite gamers on this week’s top 20 quarterback rankings:

TOP SHELF

The Arizona Cardinals’ Kyler Murray threw two landing passes and ran for 74 yards and a landing in Week 6. He’s my No. 1 quarterback for Week 7 as he heads right into a matchup towards the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks have allowed the second-most fantasy factors per recreation to quarterbacks.

I count on the Arizona Cardinals and Seahawks to have a shootout, with Murray reaching the top zone no less than as soon as on the bottom and twice by the air. He’s an elite possibility for the remainder of the season.

Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is my No. 2 possibility. Rodgers threw no less than two landing passes in every of his first 4 video games this season earlier than he failed to achieve the top zone in Week 6.

I count on the longer term Corridor of Famer to rebound this week with a three-touchdown efficiency towards the Houston Texans, who’ve allowed 13 landing passes and have only one interception this season.

SNEAKY PLAYS

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has eight landing passes over his final three video games. I count on him to throw for 3 extra scores in Week 7 when the Buccaneers battle the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders are tied for permitting the 10th-most fantasy factors per recreation to quarterbacks.

Brady is my No. 7 possibility for Week 7.

Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is my No. 11 possibility. Bridgewater is a superb streaming possibility or a bye week fill in as he heads right into a matchup towards the New Orleans Saints, who’ve allowed the second-most passing scores this season regardless of already having their bye week.

The Saints have additionally allowed the fourth-most fantasy factors per recreation to quarterbacks. I count on Bridgewater to throw no less than two landing passes.

LONGSHOTS

Andy Dalton had a forgettable debut on Monday for the Dallas Cowboys, however I count on the veteran quarterback to enhance down the stretch. Dalton must be a usable bye week fill in if you’re determined for a quarterback.

I count on Dalton to throw no less than two landing passes this week when the Cowboys face the Washington Soccer Group. Washington has tied for permitting the 10th-most fantasy factors per recreation to quarterbacks. Dalton is my No. 18 possibility.

Kyle Allen is one other participant who ought to solely by in your Week 7 lineup if you’re determined at quarterback.

Allen threw two landing passes in Week 6. The Washington Soccer Group quarterback ought to submit related statistics in Week 7 when Washington battles the Dallas Cowboys, who simply allowed Kyler Murray to gentle up their protection.

The Cowboys have allowed the seventh-most fantasy factors per recreation to quarterbacks and have allowed essentially the most factors within the NFL, on a per-game foundation. Allen is my No. 20 quarterback for Week 7.

Week 7 fantasy soccer quarterback rankings

1. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals vs. SEA

2. Aaron Rodgers, Inexperienced Bay Packers at HOU

3. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas Metropolis Chiefs at DEN

4. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks at ARI

5. Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers vs. JAX

6. Josh Allen, Buffalo Payments at NYJ

7. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers at LV

8. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers at TEN

9. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions at ATL

10. Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans vs. GB

11. Teddy Bridgewater, Carolina Panthers at NO

12. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons vs. DET

13. Cam Newton, New England Patriots vs. SF

14. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints vs. CAR

15. Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals vs. CLE

16. Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns at CIN

17. Gardner Minshew, Jacksonville Jaguars at LAC

18. Andy Dalton, Dallas Cowboys at WAS

19. Daniel Jones, New York Giants at PHI

20. Kyle Allen, Washington Soccer Group vs. DAL

This week within the Nationwide Soccer League

Baltimore Ravens Justin Tucker celebrates after kicking a subject purpose towards the Philadephia Eagles on Sunday. The Ravens defeated the Eagles 30-28. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

The Eagles’ cheerleaders carry out. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

The Eagles’ Carson Wentz (R) is hit by the Ravens’ Marlon Humphrey. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

The Eagles are permitting 7,500 complete folks to enter Lincoln Monetary Discipline for the sport, together with followers. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

The Ravens’ Nick Boyle (R) runs after a reception. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

Followers stroll to their seats to observe the Ravens play the Eagles. Picture by John Angelillo/UPI | License Picture

Jacksonville Jaguars’ Gardner Minshew II runs for a landing towards the Detroit Lions in Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday, the place the Lions defeated the Jaguars 34-16. Picture by Joe Marino/UPI | License Picture

The Lions’ Adrian Peterson (R) runs for yardage towards the Jaguars. Picture by Joe Marino/UPI | License Picture

The Lions’ Danny Amendola is tackled following a reception. Picture by Joe Marino/UPI | License Picture

Denver Broncos’ De’Vante Bausby celebrates after breaking apart a cross meant for New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday, the place the Broncos defeated the Patriots 18-12. Picture by Matthew Healey/UPI | License Picture

Followers will not be allowed into Gillette Stadium as a part of the Patriots’ COVID-19 protocol. Picture by Matthew Healey/UPI | License Picture

Broncos’ Nick Vannett (C) is tackled by Patriots linebackers Ja’Whaun Bentley (R) and Anfernee Jennings on a reception. Picture by Matthew Healey/UPI | License Picture

The Broncos’ kicker Brandon McManus (C) and place holder Sam Martin (L) join for a 27-yard subject purpose. McManus hit six complete subject targets within the recreation Picture by Matthew Healey/UPI | License Picture