Week 6 Start’Em QB’s:
1. Deshaun Watson: Last week Deshaun Watson was one of my must start QB’s. And it paid off scoring 41.7 points for fantasy owners. This week they go up against the Kansas City Chiefs that are blowing 237 yards per game through the air. Also allowing an average of 155.8 rushing yards. With some of his rushing ability, he becomes a more valuable QB in fantasy. Fun fact that we will see Deshaun and Patrick go at it for the first time in their young carriers. That’s if Mahomes is good to suit up. He re-aggravated his ankle in week 5 loss against the Colts. Let's hope he is good to go, so we all can enjoy these 2 QBs go at it. Both Deshaun a Patrick was drafted the same (2017) year.
2. Russell Wilson: If you don’t have Russell Wilson as your MVP as of now, yous crazy! Dude balled out against the Rams for 268 yards for 4 TDs. Against a Cleveland Browns D that allowed 31 points and a total of 446 yards, Wilson will have a field day! Start in every league: Season-long, daily, dynasty everything! He worth the $6,600 Draft King and $8,000 Fan Duel dollar price tag he has!
3. Lamar Jackson: Lamar Jackson had his worst game of this season. But there is good news. Jackson and the Ravens get the Bengals this upcoming week. Do you guys remember what Kyler Murray did to them on the ground? He rushed for 93 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown. Now Jackson is a great running/rushing QB that is averaging 6.16 yards per carrying. Just think about what he can do this week. Also, he has improved a bit in throwing the ball. With one of his favorite targets (Mark Andrews) still dealing with an injury. That makes it a bit more favorable matchup for Jackson giving him more opportunity to run.
4. Dak Prescott: Even though Prescott threw 3 interceptions, he still had a good game fantasy-wise. He has a pleasant matchup when the Cowboys travel to New York to go up against the Jets. The Jets have 3 of their starters lingering with injuries. Not really being a concern if they do end up playing. Dak has the ability to do good in this game. The Cowboys have allowed only 6 sacks this season. Three of which were from week 5 against the Packers. The Jets have 6 sacks this season. This means Dak is going to have all day to throw the ball.
5. Jared Goff: Jared Goff has thrown for 800 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions while playing at home in two games. While playing away, he has 849 yards, 4touchdowns, and 4 interceptions in three games. What does all this mean? That Goff goes off at home. He enjoys playing at home. Being a rivalry week, and the rivals being the undefeated 49ers team, Goff will have that extra motivation to win this game. Goff will do what it takes to give the 49ers the first L of the season. The 49ers looked good looked like the real deal against the Browns that seem to not be able to protect Baker. Rams will be the real test for the 49ers this week. See if the hype is real. Strat Goff and watch him do his thing at home.
Week 6 Start’em RB’s:
1. Dalvin Cook: Dalvin Cook has scored triple digits in four weeks out of five. That is amazing. Last week he was one of my starters as well. This week is different though. They face an Eagles defense that is very good at stopping the run. They have not allowed no team to go over 100 rushing yards. Not even 90 for that matter. So why do I have Cook as a must-start? He has the skills to break tackles and big runs. This is the week the eagles give up 100+ rushing yards.
2. Mark Ingram: Mark Ingram is averaging 14.8 rushing attempts per game. He averaging 5 yards per carrying and one reception a game. With that said, Guess who he is going up against in week 6? The Bengals have no idea of what they are doing in defense. Ingram has 11 touches indie the 10yard line. Out of those 11 touches he has gotten in the end zone 5 times. There isn’t really much to think about this matchup that Ingram has this week. In the expand of 5 games the Bengals have allowed 7 rushing touchdowns.
3. Aaron Jones: 107 yards on the ground and 4 touchdowns on the ground for Aaron Jones versus the Cowboys. What a game he had. Jones is going to have an opportunity to have another good game against the rival team, Lions. Lions will be traveling to Wisconsin to face off the Packers. The Lions have been struggling with the run. Even with a healthy D-Line, I have this gut feeling that Aaron will have a solid game. Sometimes you have to go with your gut even if stats show otherwise. Just throwing that out there. Packers have all of their O-line healthy and ready to go week 6. Good signs, right.
4. Chris Carson: Back to back games over 100 yards rushing. Last week he only saw two targets the air but was only able to catch one for 5 yards. We already discussed the browns earlier so we won’t talk much about them. Did you guys see what Matt Breida did to that defense in the first play in the offense? 80 yard run to the house. They weren’t able to stop the run at all. So with the volume that Carson gets, expect a good outcome. R. Wilson with the ability to scramble and run will open spaces for Carson. remember Lockett is going to be out there as well. With all this talent in offense and browns having trouble in defense, Carson will do good things. Browns are missing couple players in the secondary.
5. Christian McCaffrey: C-Mac only had 37 rushing yards and 16 receiving yards in his first encounter against the Bucs. The worst game of the season. I was shocked at the result of this game. The good thing is he gets another crack at them. This time is going to be different. Hungry for a rematch against the Bucs in the divisional rematch C-Mac will get him this week. The Buck gets Devin White back after missing the last two games. He had 2 tackles and two assist tackles in their first matchup. The same D-line that hold McCaffrey to 37 rushing yards will be back in the rematch. Note that McCaffrey did not practice on Wednesday due to a back injury. Should be monitoring him during the week to see his status. If McCaffrey is good to suit up he is a must-start. If by any reason McCaffrey is unavailable to play SundayStart Reggie Bonnafon. He had 5 carries for 80 yards on the ground and a TD.
Week 5 Start’Em WR’s:
1. Keenan Allen: Keenan Allen and the Chargers had the horrible fucking game on Sunday when the matchup looked favorable. But just weren’t able to do anything. Week 6 the receive the Steelers. A Steelers team that’s allowing an average of 229 yards per game through the air. Keenan Allen last December had 148 yards and a touchdown at Pittsburgh. When the Steelers were playing better defense. Imagine what he can do this time when the Steelers aren’t really good art defense. Yes, last week the matchup looked juicy one as well and it didn’t happen. Chargers never showed up to play. The week the outcome will be different.
2. Preston Williams: Yes I know, is weird when you see a Dolphins players as a must-start right? Preston Williams an undrafted rookie from Colorado state has taken the No. 1 WR role from D. Parker. He is averaging 50 yards per game through the air. In the past 3 games, he had 4 receptions only 1 touchdown in 4 games. The rookie has the ability to change that touchdown stat this week against Washington. Washington with an interim coach Bill Callahan there is no knowing how the Redskins defense coil look. Most likely Josh Norman will match up against Williams. Norman is not the same caliber player he was before. I still like the odds that Williams will win the battle.
3. Julio Jones: Julio Jones only had 42 yards in week 5. Week 5 it was Will Fullers show. Putting up 217 yards and 3 touchdowns on 14 receptions. It is Julio Jones's time to shine in week 6 when the Cardinals fly to town. Even with a Cardinals defense that does not really have any key payer injuries. Julio Jones should make fantasy owners really happy. Cardinals did acquire Trevor Williams to their secondary. It does not make any difference, to be honest.
4. Cooper Kupp: 4 weeks straight with over 100 yards receiving. 3 games straight with touchdowns. Cooper Kupp is and will remain Goff's favorite wideout. Like I mentioned earlier, 49ers' defense looks good. Nick Bosa is one freak of a DE. We have seen what he did to the Browns alone. Even with the numbers, Goff puts up at home and the numbers that Cooper puts up anywhere he plays. It is safe to say that you make sure to combine Goff and Kupp in your lineups. And remember Bradin Cook is questionable for week 6. If he misses, there will be more targets for Cooper and Woods.
5. Amari Cooper: Amari Cooper looked great in week 5 versus the packers. Dak was looking for him almost in every pass attempt. Cooper will matchup against Trumaine Johnson. Trumaine has not done much in 4 games. He has a total of 7 tackles and 1 assist tackle. Cooper should easily have the upper hand in this one. Expect big things in this juicy matchup. Can cooper make it back to back games over 100 yards? Of course, he can And has a great shot at getting in the end zone.