DFS Week 7: This one could get ugly By JOHN SAHLYOct. 19, 2017 I can't remember an uglier start to the week than this Week 7 in daily fantasy sports.I can't remember an uglier start to the week than this Week 7 in daily fantasy sports. For starters, Aaron Rodgers' injury is a real bummer for any football fan – real life, fantasy, dfs, etc. Football is better when Rodgers is playing, because it's fun watching the best in the world at what they do. For DFS purposes, Saints-Packers looked like a fun shootout to target. Now you have to wonder if the Packers can keep up with Brett Hundley. Second, if you're playing on DraftKings, that very fun-looking Falcons-Patriots game on Sunday night isn't on the main slate of games. FanDuel is where the fun is this week on the main slate. Third, there are six games as of this writing with an over/under at 42 or below. That makes this week especially difficult when there are very few easy games to target. The key to this week in DFS? I think it's figuring out which of these low total games goes way over what Las Vegas thinks. Keep an eye on those lines throughout the week to see if any sharp money comes in on an over bet. This week's picks:Quarterbacks High: Matt Ryan ($7,500 DraftKings/$8,700 FanDuel): Falcons offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian is over his head so far, but even he can't screw this up, right? Patriots are the first team in history to allow five straight 300-yard passers in a single season. Mid: Marcus Mariota ($6,900 DraftKings/$8,200 FanDuel): Mariota overcame a bad hamstring to win from the pocket Monday night, and the Browns consistently allow opposing offenses to exceed their implied Vegas total. Low: Ben Roethlisberger ($6,200 DraftKings/$7,200 FanDuel): Ben is cheaper than Jared Goff on FanDuel. He's back home, where historically his numbers are much better than on the road.Running Backs High: Todd Gurley ($8,200 DraftKings/$8,400 FanDuel): At least early this week, running back prices are difficult and nobody is in a great situation. Gurley is in the best of the bunch and favored to win. Mid: Jay Ajayi ($6,200 DraftKings/$7,400 FanDuel): He's too cheap for the volume he receives, with at least 25 touches and three targets in his past two games. Low: James White ($5,000 DraftKings/$4,800 FanDuel): You remember the Super Bowl, right?Wide Receivers High: Julio Jones ($8,500 DraftKings/$8,800 FanDuel): Inside the 10-yard-line, Jones has been thrown to (... rubs eyes, mouth agape) once this season. One time. One more than me, the guy on his couch. Someone let Sarkisian know that Jones is on his team. Big dude. Wearing red and black. That guy. Throw to him. Mid: Alshon Jeffery ($6,200 DraftKings/$6,600 FanDuel): If you're playing slates that include the Monday night game, Jeffrey is the mid-tier WR play against a Josh Norman-less Washington secondary. Low: Robert Woods ($4,000 DraftKings/$5,500 FanDuel): Until Arizona officially benches Justin Bethel, we're going to profit targeting him.Tight Ends High: Zach Ertz ($6,900 DraftKings/$7,200 FanDuel): Ertz owns Washington, and lit them up for eight receptions and 93 yards in Week 1. Mid: Jimmy Graham ($4,900 DraftKings/$5,800 FanDuel): Graham is consistently getting about eight targets a game, and despite the Giants' Monday night win in Denver, this is still a team to attack. Low: Martellus Bennett ($3,300 DraftKings/$5,300 FanDuel): I think new Packers quarterback Brett Hundley plays it safe and targets his tight end against the Saints.