Fantasy football stock watch and rest-of-season rankings: McLaurin rises, Goff falls

Clay: Fuller can produce long term (2:03)

Although Will Fuller underachieved last Sunday, Mike Clay predicts the wide out can still deliver big fantasy numbers later this season. (2:03)

Things sure change quickly in fantasy football. A week ago, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff was a reasonable starter for many in the fantasy world, though his play had been a trifle inconsistent and disappointing. New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold hadn't played in a month and was, um, a Jet. Now? Well, Goff somehow managed to throw for a pathetic 78 yards against the powerful San Francisco 49ers defense -- in a full game -- while Darnold threw a 92-yard touchdown pass while beating the Dallas Cowboys. Things change fast.

As we head into Week 7, there is a clear top tier of fantasy quarterbacks -- the top five -- with a rookie and relatively stable veterans filling out the rest of the top 10, and then a big fat mess. Neither Goff nor Darnold seems worthy of such inclusion. It hardly means that will not change soon. After all, this week Darnold, who other than the scoring play to Robby Anderson hardly had dominant fantasy numbers, hosts a New England Patriots defense that is stout. (Or is it?) Goff travels to Atlanta to face a defense so miserable it falls behind every week and permits quarterback Matt Ryan -- a top-five option in fantasy -- to amass 300 passing yards and multiple touchdowns consistently.

Anyway, here are the latest rest-of-season rankings. Check them out and enjoy a little Stock Watch as well.

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