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Week 7's biggest fantasy football questions: 32 NFL reporters give advice

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Berry: Darnold a quality fantasy replacement for Mahomes (1:52)

Matthew Berry sees Sam Darnold as a good replacement if you have Patrick Mahomes on your fantasy roster. (1:52)

NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 7.

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Buffalo Bills

Is there any reason we shouldn't count on a big day from Josh Allen against the struggling Dolphins?

If Allen is ever to turn in his first standout performance of the season, it'll be Sunday against a Dolphins defense that has taken the ball away only twice this season. Miami owns the NFL's second-worst rush defense, which could open rushing lanes for Allen -- who is yet to have a game on the ground reminiscent of his rookie season. If he's available, Allen is a set-and-forget quarterback this weekend. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

Do you anticipate a larger role for Albert Wilson this weekend in his second game back?

Wilson had five catches for 15 yards on six targets in his first game action since Week 1 (missed time with a calf injury). The Dolphins eased him back into action with only 29 snaps (39%). Wilson is their playmaker, and his yards-after-catch skill set could add a lot more to a dead offense. I'd expect Miami to manufacture a larger role for him alongside Preston Williams and DeVante Parker, starting Sunday. -- Cameron Wolfe


New England Patriots

How much of a factor will Ben Watson be in the passing game?