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The Shot Caller's Report - Wk 7 Quarterbacks



By Colby Cavaliere | 10/20/22 |
Bye Weeks: Buffalo, L.A. Rams, Minnesota, Philadelphia
QBs | RBs | WRs


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Matt Ryan @ TEN

The bye week carnage hits hard this week with several of the top quarterbacks out. With more than a few teams going to the free agent well, Ryan makes for a decent fill-in. The 37-year-old has certainly played like his age a few times this season, but does have three 350+ yard games so far, including a Week 4 tilt against these same Titans. With Alec Pierce emerging, and Taylor still gimpy, give the old man a go.

Derek Carr

Derek Carr vs HOU

Currently 13th in FPts/G scoring for quarterbacks, Carr hasnít been great, but heís been pretty consistent. With 240+ yards, and 2 scores in four out of five games, the floor is high enough for the Vegas signal caller to not kill you this week. Houston has held their own defensively, but have yielded big yardage games to Ryan, Herbert, and Lawrence.

Tua Tagovailoa vs PIT

This isnít your dadís Pittsburgh defense even if they showed life against a fading Bucs team last week. Tua looks to be back to full health after his concussion scare, and this pass offense has proved to be a fantasy bonanza, as Miami is 2nd in NFL in passing yardage.

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Kyler Murray vs NO

1st in plays-per-game, and last in yards-per-play, this Cardinal offense is an utter mess. Kyler Murray is constantly under siege and the line got worse with the injury to starting tackle Justin Pugh. The return of suspended DeAndre Hopkins barely offsets the loss of Hollywood Brown, and a short week means newly acquired Robbie Anderson canít be counted on for much.

Trevor Lawrence vs NYG

Lawrence and the Jags have taken a step back with three straight losses, and Lawrenceís inability to push the ball downfield is a reason why. Over the last three weeks Jacksonville is 21st in the NFL in yards-per-attempt, and a frisky, swarming Giants defense comes to town looking to leave 6-1. While they donít get to the QB often, the G-men are 5th best in NFL, allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete only 58% of their passes.

Jimmy Garoppolo vs KC

With little chance the injury ravaged Niner defense will be able to slow the Chiefs, the Niners are going to be forced to throw to keep pace with Mahomes. The prototypical game manager, last week’s sad 14-point loss to the Falcons was the exact reason this team wanted to move on from Jimmy G. He’s not good enough to make off-schedule plays or make the players around him better.

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