Week 7 fantasy stars who were mostly unowned including Mac Jones

Allen Lazard caught a touchdown pass in Week 7 (Image source: Flickr/David Beasley)
Allen Lazard caught a touchdown pass in Week 7 (Image source: Flickr/David Beasley)

The rookie quarterback for New England put together his first game with over 300 passing yards

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As we do every week, let’s take a look at the players who performed well in fantasy despite being mostly unowned.

In order to be eligible for this list, the player must have been owned in less than 25 percent of ESPN fantasy football leagues. Each week, one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end will be highlighted.

1

QB - Mac Jones, Patriots (13.7%) - 307 yards passing, 2 passing touchdowns, 19 rushing yards

It was the first career 300+ yard passing day for the rookie Jones, who helped lead New England to a dominant 54-13 win over the Jets in Week 7. The game also ended a four-game streak of him throwing at least one interception.

2

RB - Brandon Bolden, Patriots (5.5%) - 6 receptions, 79 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

Now in his ninth NFL season, Bolden is already just one shy this year of his career-best in receptions (21) and 18 away from his career-best in receiving yards (180). Although he finished with zero rushing yards on two carries in Week 7, he has been targeted in the passing game at least four times in four different games this season.