Some fantasy owners are going to have a hard time with wide receivers for Week 7. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers are on a bye (along with the Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks) and plenty of fantasy-relevant wide receivers are on those teams.
Fantasy owners also need to be aware that some big-name players suffered injuries in Week 6 that may cost them some time. Cooper Kupp is dealing with a knee injury, Calvin Ridley and Mohammed Sanu suffered ankle and hip injuries, respectively. T.Y. Hilton is still dealing with a hamstring issue, and more. Note that some of these players are not ranked, but that could change if it becomes evident they will be able to play. So check back for updates as the week progresses.
Tyreek Hill had an amazing game (second half, really) in Week 6, and he is the No. 3 receiver this week. The Chiefs have a great quarterback who uses all of the weapons at his disposal, especially the speedy Hill. He's an every-week starter. Keep an eye on both of the Baltimore receivers as well. Michael Crabtree finally had a breakout game in Week 6, but John Brown has been the apple of Joe Flacco's eye for most of the season. The Ravens face the New Orleans Saints in Week 7, and one of those receivers is in line for a big day.
As always be sure to check back closer to Sunday for any last-minute tweaks to these rankings.
Teams on bye: Green Bay, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Seattle
— Rankings by Sarah Lewis, who is part of the Athlon Contributor network and lives, eats, and breathes fantasy football. Have a fantasy football question? Send it to her on Twitter @Sarah_Lewis32.