Fantasy Football Start or Sit Week 7: WR Quincy Enunwa
Heading into Week 7 Fantasy Football, owners should stay away from wide receiver Quincy Enunwa as he faces the stout defense of the New York Jets.
Week 7 brings the Baltimore Ravens to MetLife Stadium to take on the abysmal New York Jets. Make no mistake about it, just because quarterback Geno Smith is now starting, won’t mean he’s going to magically fix all the glaring issues across the team. Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has continued to be in a slump and well, fantasy football owners should sit him this week.
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So far this season, Enunwa has steadily declined on a weekly basis. To date, he’s only totaled 336 receiving yards, 30 receptions, and just one touchdown. Fantasy owners should know that the only touchdown Enunwa has scored all season came in Week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
That’s right, Enunwa has now gone five straight games without a single touchdown. Needless to say, more of the same will continue against a Ravens team ready to make an example out of the Jets.
The best advice fantasy football owners should do this week is to bench Enunwa and find a suitable replacement via the waiver wire. The offense of the Jets can’t get anything right whether on the ground or through the air.
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They lack offensive weapons, even more so now that wide receiver Eric Decker is out for the season due to a shoulder tear. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall is the better option to start this week in any fantasy lineups.
If you own Marshall, he’s the only real consistent threat on offense. Expect him to punch in a touchdown this week.
Enunwa? Last week against the Arizona Cardinals, he only totaled 42 receiving yards on just three receptions.
Things just aren’t going as envisioned for Enunwa this season, after he was hyped up tremendously throughout the offseason. Whether it’s him or ultimately the fault of Fitzpatrick, Enunwa just doesn’t exactly scream premier receiving threat.
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Overall, it’s best fantasy owners head in a different direction this week. Unfortunately, Enunwa won’t be a sleeper option this week racking in a plethora of fantasy points. He’ll be lucky to even have four receptions when all is said and done against the Ravens.