Week 6 Fantasy Football Rankings October 14, 2015  |  Chet


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Week 6 is on our doorstep as the fantasy football season moves along, bringing the usual dose of bye week and injury issues. This week, be sure to remove all Cowboys, Raiders, Rams, and Buccaneers from your lineup as they will be enjoying fruity beverages on a beach somewhere while on bye. The rest of us have work to do this week, so buckle up and dig into TheFakeFootball’s Week 6 Fantasy Football Rankings! Be sure to check back frequently as injury news pops up constantly between now and Sunday, so these rankings will be updated often. Feel free to leave any and all lineup questions in the comments section below. Good luck in Week 6!

 


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12 Responses

  1. casey says:

    If yeldon is out, denard robinson or duke johnson? 1 point ppr

  2. Flex says:

    Martellus bennet, Aiken or boldin in the flex? Half ppr. Thanks for the insight!

    • Bennett didn’t practice Friday and may not play tomorrow, so he’s out of the picture for me. Out of the other two, I’m going with the vet, Boldin. Aiken will also be a #1 receiver tomorrow with Steve Smith likely out, but Baltimore’s passing defense is so bad that Boldin has a chance for a monster day.

  3. imp says:

    12 team PPR with shallow benches.

    I am a Forsett owner with STL DST on bye and Buck Allen taking the bench spot I was going to use to keep them over the bye. My other three bench players are Blount, Tate, and KWright and they would all be picked up if dropped.

    What additional news do we need to hear about Forsett to make you willing to drop Allen to keep the Rams? (I think I could wait until the late game inactives to make a switch…)

    • Jeff says:

      I would wait until we get some more information on Sunday morning before making the call but it sounds like Forsett has a chance to suit up after practicing on Friday.

  4. Andre says:

    PPR- need to pick 2 from the following:

    Dion Lewis
    Arian Foster
    Danny Woodhead
    Alshon Jeffery

    Thanks!

  5. Adam says:

    What’s your opinion on Joseph Randle’s value moving forward in ppr? I’m stacked at WR, but am seriously lacking RB depth.. He might be the only tradeworthy/startable RB back in my league right now that I wouldn’t have to give an arm and a leg for.

    • Jeff says:

      I wouldn’t give up too much for him. It sounds like Dallas is committed to getting other backs involved and he could lose some work here in the near future.

  6. Andy says:

    Bye week hell for RB this week. My only playable options are CJ Anderson and Hillman…do I start them both? Other options on waiver wire are Riddick, Powell, Dixon, Buck Allen. 12 team PPR. Thanks!!

    • Jeff says:

      I’d grab Buck Allen and Dixon and wait and see what the injury reports look like this weekend. Tough to tell at this point but give yourself some options if possible.

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