NFL Fantasy Football Week 6 Start / Sit Advice



Start/Sit Advice Week 6

Start
Dak Prescott (vs Green Bay): He still hasn't thrown an interception this year.  There's a reason for the talk lately on whose team this is when Romo gets back.  If the cowboys are going to keep rolling, Dak is going to the a big part of that. The Packer defense ranks 20th in the pass this year. With a balanced running game, Prescott will have all the chances he needs for a big day.

Matt Jones (vs. Philly): Last week Matt Jones had his first 100 yard game.  The Eagles defense has given up 5 touchdowns to opposing running back this year.  The Redskins need to take pressure off the passing game.  That starts with running the ball.

Jamaal Charles (vs Oakland): Is this the week Charles is unleashed?  He played sparingly in Week 4 as the Chiefs eased him back into play. Last week was a bye week.  Spencer Ware lost 2 fumbles and that bputs you in the coaches dog house. The Raiders are ranked 24th in defense  this year.  Look for Charles to get back on track.

Davante Adams (vs Dallas): 4 touchdowns in the first 5 weeks.  The big body receiver is a safety net for Rodgers.  He won't get 10-15 targets a game, but in the 4-8 he gets, he scores touchdowns give you more points. Go for the touchdowns.

Quincy Equnwa (vs Arizona): Eric Decker was placed on the IR this week.  Equnwa is big talented receiver.  He looks more that like a tight end out there.  Someone needs to fill the void left by Decker.

Dennis Pitta (vs NYG): Pitta is 2nd on the team in targets.  Harbough loves him and Flacco trusts him.  The Giants gave up 80+ yards to opposing TE's twice this year.  He's a big, agile target that runs the complete route tree. 

Sit

Matt Ryan (vs Seattle): "Matty Ice" leads the league in passing yards.  Unfortunately he is facing a Seahawk defense that is coming of a bye week.  Seattle has allowed more than 260 yards passing and only given up one passing touchdown this year.

Mark Ingram (vs Carolina):  This was the year we thought Ingram would break out.  He hasn't reached 100 rushing yards yet this season. Carolina's coming off a tough loss against SF last week and will be looking reestablish themselves. They still have Luke Kuechly and that spells bad news for Ingram.

Jeremy Hill and Giovanni Bernard (vs NE): Tom Brady is back.  More likely than not the Bengals will be playing from behind and needing to pass the ball.  Don't expect Hill or Bernard to have the usually production.

Amari Cooper (vs KC): Two young guys will be going at with each other.  Cooper will likely be followed by Marcus Peters. Its hard to go against a defense who's had two weeks to prepare for you.  Peters is a top 5 cornerback and will look to lock down his future nemesis.

Marvin Jones (vs LA): I know Jones is leading the NFL in receiving yards.  Unfortunately for him, he needs the quarterback to throw the ball to him.  The Rams defense is above average and you can't keep their front four out of the backfield. I just don't think Stafford will have the time to wait for Jones to get open.

Martellus Bennett (vs Cincinnati):  Bennett caught 3 touchdowns last week.  He's still the number two TE on a team that has Gronk. Not to mention there is still Edelman and Blount.  Right now, hold onto him he may be a bigger part of the Patriots scheme than we expect. 

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