If you listened to either of my trade targetadvice articles last week, congratulations. Lamar Miller proved he was worth that first round pick by scoring 28 fantasy points in a Monday night game against the Colts. He received 24 carries and will continue to be an elite fantasy option moving forward. Terrance West, who many have doubted, proved that he is now an elite fantasy running back by scoring 23 fantasy points against the Giants. Jarvis Landry, DeAndre Hopkins, and Hunter Henry were also highly productive. In this article, we'll take a look at four fantasy Football trade targets for owners in week 7.

1. Antonio Brown.

The number one overall pick in most fantasy drafts hasn't produced like it so far. And Ben Roethlisberger's injury doesn't look like it will make Brown's situation any better. Those unfortunate circumstances will have many fantasy owners looking to trade Brown for a more than reasonable price. Antonio is still one of the best receivers in the league and will also be one of the best fantasy players by the end of the year. Trading a player like LeSean McCoy, who could easily be injured at any point, for Antonio Brown has become reasonable.

2. Alshon Jeffery.

What on earth happened to Alshon? The Bears best receiver hasn't scored a touchdown this season and hasn't missed a single game due to injury.

Jeffery has scored double digit fantasy points just once this season and is averaging far less fantasy points per game than fantasy owners would have expected. So why will this change? The Bears are still throwing the ball, as evidenced by Cameron Meredith's emergence on the other side of the field.

Meredith has over 100 receiving yards in his last two games and will now need to be taken more seriously as a threat by opposing defenses. That means more opportunities for Alshon, who should see less double coverage as a result.

3. Devonta Freeman.

The Falcons running back scored just five fantasy points in week 7 against a very tough Seahawks defense that also limited Tevin Coleman to just one fantasy point.

Don't let one poor performance fool you. Devonta is still one of the best fantasy players in the league and shouldn't be overlooked after just one bad performance. If a fantasy owner is foolish enough to part with Freeman, you would be wise to take advantage of the opportunity.

4. Jamaal Charles.

Do you believe in Spencer Ware or Jamaal Charles? The uncertainty surrounding the Chiefs backfield will haunt fantasy owners until the end of week 7. In week 6, Ware scored 22 fantasy points and rushed for more than 100 yards. Charles scored just 10 fantasy points and received a limited amount of work in his first game back from injury. Savvy fantasy owners should see this as an opportunity. Charles' role in the offense will expand as he gets healthier and his fantasy value will continue to rise.

Trade for him now before someone else takes advantage of the opportunity.

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