Fantasy Football is filled with tough decisions that owners need to face weekly. Which players should be traded? Who should those players be traded for? And which stars do I have to leave on the bench in certain weeks of the season? But another question comes in the form of fantasy sleepers. Here are five fantasy sleepers who will deliver big numbers for fantasy owners in week 7.

1. Duke Johnson.

The Browns have lost six games in a row and are ten point underdogs against the Bengals on the road this week. That means Duke Johnson should get plenty of chances in the passing game to once again reach a level of production similar to the 12 fantasy points he put up this week.

Isaiah Crowell's value will be lowered in a game that is expected to be a blowout and Johnson should be able to score a touchdown with the opportunities he will be afforded in week 7.

2. Charles Clay.

The former Dolphins tight end returns to Miami this week to take on his old team. Clay scored 14 fantasy points in the Bills road game against the Dolphins last season and he has a great chance to do so again with Sammy Watkins out. Robert Woods is also injured and may be somewhat limited in the game, increasing the chances of a big fantasy game for the Bills tight end in week 7.

3. Anquan Boldin.

Boldin is having a decently productive year as a secondary option in a Lions offense that loves to throw the ball.

In week 7, Boldin will get to play against a Redskins defense that doesn't do a fantastic job of covering wide receivers. Josh Norman and Bashaud Breeland will be focused on Marvin Jones and Golden Tate, which means that Boldin will have a chance for a big fantasy week.

4. Marcus Mariota.

At this point it may be a stretch to call Mariota a sleeper.

The Titans quarterback has scored 57 points in his last two weeks and now gets to take on a Colts team at home that hasn't been able to stop opposing offenses all year. That's great news for Mariota, who should be in line for another big fantasy game in week 7.

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