NFL Fantasy – Week Six

Let’s take a look at the players who will have the most impact in week six of the NFL Fantasy.

DeShaun Watson QB –

After a solid performance last week against a good Dallas defense, expect Watson to have a huge game against the Buffalo Bills. A slow start to the season for the Texans has done a complete U-turn and Watson’s numbers have improved with them.

My prediction – 300 yds passing, four TDs and 50 yds rushing

Cam Newton QB –

Cam Newton has been consistent in recent weeks, this week he takes on a Redskins defense who have been smashed from pillar to post of late. Big things are coming this week from the Panthers, expect big points from Newton.

My prediction – 300 yds passing, three touchdowns

Sony Michel RB

The rookie running back has had a great season thus far. He has seen plenty of ball in the opening five weeks of the season and that won’t change this week against the defensively poor Kansas City Chiefs.

My prediction – 100 yds rushing, two touchdowns

Alfred Blue RB –

Blue has been popular with DeShaun Watson this season and everything points to this continuing into week six. Blue comes up against a Bills defense who loves to leak points. Expect a big game from him.

My prediction – 80 yds rushing, 50 yds receiving, one touchdown

Robert Woods WR –

With Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks listed as questionable to play this week, look for Robert Woods to pick up plenty of the ball. This will increase his value. Get in early and beat the rush. Keep an eye on the status of the other two.

My prediction – 100 yds receiving, one touchdown


Adam Thielen WR –

In the opening five weeks of the season, Thielen has been the most targeted wide receiver in the comp with 47 at an average of 117.8 yards per game. The three touchdowns he has is a bit of a letdown, but those receiving yards alone will net him plenty of points.

My prediction – 150 yds receiving, two touchdowns

Travis Kelce TE –

Arguably the best tight end in the league, Kelce is thriving with new quarterback Patrick Mahomes. This week they meet a weak Patriots defense and will pile on the points again. Expect huge numbers from Kelce.

My prediction – 100 yds receiving, one touchdown

Zack Ertz TE –

With the injury to running back Jay Ajayi, I expect Ertz to get more short passes this week. He is a proven ball player and is versatile. The Eagles will look to him to help expose the New York Giants defense.

My prediction120 yds receiving, two touchdowns

Texans D –

The Texans defense face the worst offense in the NFL the Buffalo Bills. They have only scored 63 points this season across five games. The Texans are a solid defensive unit and should have no problems stopping the Bills.

My prediction – Four sacks, two intercepts, 10 points allowed

Vikings D –

One of the best in the league last season, the Vikings D has struggled in the early stages of the season but will have no problem accounting for the shambles that is the Cardinals offense.

My prediction – Three sacks, one intercept, 6 points allowed

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