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With Roy Helu Jr. scoring three touchdowns last week, Alfred Morris owners were left refreshing their pages in disbelief. Despite missing out on the touchdowns, Morris is still showing the skills that made him the league’s second leading rusher in his rookie season and is the perfect trade target this week.

Alfred Morris

Week 7 line: 19 carries for 95 yards

Helu’s usage might seem concerning, but Morris has quietly put together a very impressive campaign thus far. Morris has increased his rushing totals the last three games and is averaging 5.2 yards per carry on the season. The Redskins’ offence looks much better after the team had a chance to regroup during their Week 5 bye. Make a play for Morris now before his owners realize just how valuable he is. VERDICT: BUY

Chris Johnson

Week 7 line: 9 carries for 39 yards, 4 receptions for 71 yards and 1 touchdown

Chris Johnson has rushed for 21, 17, 33, and 39 yards in his last four games. The only thing that has helped save his fantasy days were two long receptions, a 49-yard burst in Week 5 and a 66-yard scamper last week against the 49ers. The highlight of Johnson running down the field to the end zone might have made your competitors nostalgic and reminded them of a simpler time when Johnson was known as CJ2K. His play doesn’t warrant a cool nickname any more and even his favorable schedule won’t save his value the rest of the season. VERDICT: SELL

Harry Douglas

Week 7 line: 7 receptions for 149 yards and 1 touchdown (7 targets)

What you just witnessed was Harry Douglas’ best game of the season. For some reason, the Buccaneers decided not to shadow Douglas with their best cover man Darrelle Revis in the first half and Matt Ryan took advantage. With Julio Jones out for the season and Roddy White out for the game, Douglas had a monster first half, before Tampa Bay finally sent him to Revis Island. Whether White returns this week or not, the chances of Douglas having another game like this are slim. So, don’t get caught up in the numbers and trade him away before he falls back to earth. VERDICT: SELL

Josh Gordon

Week 7 line: 2 receptions for 21 yards (6 targets)

Last week gave us a glimpse at Josh Gordon’s floor. The Packers have done well to contain opponent’s number one receivers and with Brandon Weeden charged with getting him the ball, Gordon was unable to make much happen.  Hopefully Gordon’s rough outing scared his owners into putting him on the market. The Browns’ top target has too much talent to be held down for multiple weeks, whether his quarterback is Weeden or veteran Jason Campbell, who was named the starter for this week. There is also an outside chance Gordon gets dealt by the Browns before the trade deadline, which would surely see him land with a contender. VERDICT: BUY

Tony Romo

Week 7 line: 28/47 for 317 yards and 1 touchdown with 2 interceptions

After his massive performance against the Broncos, Romo has come up lame in the last two weeks. The Cowboys had plus matchups in both of those games, but Romo only found the end zone once each week. Dallas controlled both games and earned a pair of victories, which meant Romo wasn’t forced to push the ball downfield. Week 8 will be a story, as the Cowboys will be in a shootout this week with Lions. VERDICT: BUY

Andy Dalton

Week 7 line: 24/34 for 372 yards and 3 touchdowns

In Weeks 4 and 5, Andy Dalton failed to find the end zone and was held to five and nine fantasy points, respectively. In Weeks 6 and 7, the Bengals former second round pick looked like a Hall of Famer, with 709 passing yards and six combined touchdown passes. So, which results do you trust? Remembering that the Bengals play in the very defensive-minded AFC North, and has a tough matchup this week with the Jets’ defense, it’s time to cash your Dalton chips in now. VERDICT: SELL

Jordan Reed

Week 7 line: 9 receptions for 134 yards and 1 touchdown (9 targets)

Reed is the latest pass-catching tight end to emerge this season. The decision to sell Reed would be more about getting peak value for him than his rest-of-the-season ranking. head coach Mike Shanahan said that Reed suffered a hip pointer on Sunday, but he is fully expected to play this week. If you are set at tight end and had Reed as depth or a bye week replacement, then this is the time to act. VERDICT: SELL

Jimmy Graham

Week 7 line: Bye

Graham was unstoppable this season until a Week 6 date with the Patriots top corner Aqib Talib. Between Talib’s physical coverage and a foot injury, Graham went catch-less on six targets. It’s unlikely that his owners are going to want to part with him, but put a feeler out to see if his injury has caused them to be open-minded towards a potential deal. Depending on their record, they may need to win now and might not be able to wait out his injury. VERDICT: BUY