The waiver wire has come and gone. You’ve spent your FAAB dollars. It’s time to dig deep and look at the matchups to decide how to construct your starting lineups for NFL Week 6 of the fantasy football season. We’ve got you covered, friends. Let’s get into the top Week 6 sleepers and streamers!
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Week 6 Sleepers and Streamers
J.D. McKissic (Washington Football Team)
There’s a team that has Patrick Mahomes at QB, Tyreek Hill at WR, and Travis Kelce at TE, and they’ve lost three of their last four. That team is the Kansas City Chiefs. While the offense isn’t perfect, it’s clear they’re losing because of their defense’s inability to get stops. Every team they’ve played has scored 29 or more points. The Washington Football team won’t be an exception to that rule, and they’ll have to do it passing. In passing game scripts, McKissic will get a lot of snaps over Antonio Gibson, as he’s their preferred back on passing downs (though I have no idea why Gibson can’t do that too). J.D. already has 18 targets through 5 games. I’m expecting 7+ targets and some work on the ground in this one.
Ricky Seals-Jones (Washington Football Team)
If you don’t have anything nice to say about the Kansas City Chiefs defense, don’t say anything at all, right? I’ll keep this short. Logan Thomas is hurt. Seals-Jones starts in his place. The WFT will need to pass a lot in this matchup. Seals Jones had 8 targets last week. Expect more this week. He’s almost a must-start in this spot.
Dyami Brown (Washington Football Team)
You might be sensing a theme. I’m expecting a shootout in the WFT/Chiefs game this week. I’ll be stacking up on the passing attack for both teams in fantasy. If you’re in need of a deep sleeper, Brown is the way to go. It’s his rookie year and he’s been battling injuries, so we haven’t seen much success from the 3rd rounder out of North Carolina. However, Brown is looking like he’ll be good to go this week, and with Curtis Samuel injured, and Terry McLaurin receiving most of the attention from defenses, it’s not crazy to look to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th options for potential fantasy points. Enter Dyami Brown breakout game? He’s got 14 targets in 4 games. He’s the type of talent you’ll want to snag early in a dynasty league, especially if he does break out this week.
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