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Fantasy WR Rankings Week 6: Who to start, sit at wide receiver in fantasy football

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This week, now we have a number of the prime studs with a number of the juiciest matchups doable. It feels good to lastly have extra dependable stats with which to make choices on who to start out, however with the bye weeks right here, issues aren’t essentially getting any simpler. As all the time, our Week 6 fantasy WR rankings will take all the info factors into consideration that can assist you with these essential begin ’em, sit ’em calls.

The notable huge receivers on bye embrace Corey Davis, Calvin Ridley, and Deebo Samuel. Simply three worthwhile WRs on bye is about pretty much as good because it will get for fantasy house owners, so take pleasure in it whilst you can. Most weeks are going to have at the very least six key WRs out of motion. 

WEEK 6 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett (@ Steelers) face an attention-grabbing matchup this week, and the presence of Geno Smith beneath heart would not determine to assist their causes. It is powerful to bench both, particularly Metcalf, however Lockett might be on the start-em, sit ’em bubble. The identical could possibly be true with whoever is energetic for the Giants if Mike Glennon is beginning rather than Daniel Jones (concussion) towards the Rams. The Giants WR corps will get thinner each week, but when everyone seems to be wholesome, we assume the pecking order might be Sterling Shepard (hamstring), Kenny Golladay (knee), and Kadarius Toney. 

WEEK 6 PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Amongst enticing borderline receivers, Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley (@ Titans), DeVante Parker and Jaylen Waddle (@ Jaguars), and Michael Pittman Jr. (vs. Texans) all have juicy matchups. Guys like Sanders and Waddle are extra invaluable in customary leagues given their deep-play potential, however all of them have PPR upside.

In deeper leagues, Tim Patrick (vs. Raiders), Robby Anderson (vs. Vikings), and Zach Pascal (Texans) draw some enchantment. Anderson has burned fantasy house owners this yr, however in deep leagues, the potential for an extended landing towards a struggling Vikings’ secondary is about all you’ll be able to ask for in customary leagues. Chase Claypool (vs. Seahawks) has a pleasant matchup on paper, however given the way in which he had struggled this yr previous to his Week 5 breakout, he is nonetheless a bit dangerous. If JuJu Smith-Schuster (shoulder) is out, Claypool seems to be higher.

A.J. Brown (vs. Payments) and Julio Jones (vs. Payments) face Buffalo, who had given up the fewest level to fantasy WRs heading into Week 5. Brown is a must-start, however you should use warning with Jones if he is energetic coming off of a hamstring harm. Marquise Brown will face the Chargers, who’ve been a top-three protection towards WRs. Lamar Jackson has been a a lot better passing this season, however this matchup is frightening sufficient to think about parking him on the bench. In fact, Brown’s manufacturing has been nice, so chances are you’ll choose to simply roll with him.

The large fear at this place is the preseason studs who’ve disenchanted most of the time. Allen Robinson (vs. Packers) is the largest instance, however Brandin Cooks (@ Colts) can be beginning to wrestle. It is powerful to bench both as a result of we all know how large their upsides are, which is why we nonetheless have them ranked within the WR3 tier, however loads of fantasy house owners will wish to bench them.

As talked about earlier, the WR place is deep sufficient to not be decimated from bye weeks, however even in a “gentle” bye week, it is perhaps powerful for a lot of groups to search out three dependable choices. Transferring ahead, much more studs might be unavailable, so let this be a reminder to be savvy on the waiver wire and plan forward.

We’ll be updating these WR rankings as wanted all through the week, so test again for the newest adjustments and evaluation. 

​Fantasy WR Rankings Week 6: Who to start out at huge receiver

Rankings primarily based on customary, non-PPR scoring

Rank Participant
1 Stefon Diggs, BUF @ TEN
2 Tyreek Hill, KC @ WAS
3 Davante Adams, GB @ CHI
4 Cooper Kupp, LAR @ NYG
5 Terry McLaurin, WAS vs. KC
6 Mike Evans, TB @ PHI
7 D.J. Moore, CAR vs. MIN
8 DeAndre Hopkins, ARI @ CLE
9 Ja’Marr Chase, CIN @ DET
10 Justin Jefferson, MIN @ CAR
11 DeVonta Smith, PHI vs. TB
12 Diontae Johnson, PIT vs. SEA
13 Adam Thielen, MIN @ CAR
14 DK Metcalf, SEA @ PIT
15 Mike Williams, LAC @ BAL
16 Chris Godwin, TB @ PHI
17 Amari Cooper, DAL @ NE
18 A.J. Brown, TEN vs. BUF
19 CeeDee Lamb, DAL @ NE
20 Marquise Brown, BAL vs. LAC
21 Julio Jones, TEN vs. BUF
22 Tee Higgins, CIN @ DET
23 Keenan Allen, LAC @ BAL
24 Robert Woods, LAR @ NYG
25 Tyler Lockett, SEA @ PIT
26 Jakobi Meyers, NE vs. DAL
27 Emmanuel Sanders, BUF @ TEN
28 Antonio Brown, TB @ PHI
29 Courtland Sutton, DEN vs. LV
30 Cole Beasley, BUF @ TEN
31 Brandin Cooks, HOU @ IND
32 Allen Robinson, CHI vs. GB
33 DeVante Parker, MIA @ JAX
34 Sterling Shepard, NYG vs. LAR
35 Kenny Golladay, NYG vs. LAR
36 Jaylen Waddle, MIA @ JAX
37 Michael Pittman Jr., IND vs. HOU
38 Chase Claypool, PIT vs. SEA
39 Tim Patrick, DEN vs. LV
40 Hunter Renfrow, LV @ DEN
41 Laviska Shenault Jr., JAX vs. MIA
42 Tyler Boyd, CIN @ DET
43 JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT vs. SEA
44 Marvin Jones, JAX vs. MIA
45 Kadarius Toney, NYG vs. LAR
46 Odell Beckham Jr., CLE vs. ARI
47 Jalen Reagor, PHI vs. TB
48 Robby Anderson, CAR vs. MIN
49 Curtis Samuel, WFT vs. KC
50 Randall Cobb, GB @ CHI
51 Christian Kirk, ARI @ CLE
52 Quintez Cephus, DET vs. CIN
53 Darnell Mooney, CHI vs. GB
54 Rondale Moore, ARI @ CLE
55 T.Y. Hilton, IND vs. HOU
56 Zach Pascal, IND vs. HOU
57 Mecole Hardman, KC @ WAS
58 Henry Ruggs III, LV @ DEN
59 Josh Gordon, KC @ WAS
60 Sammy Watkins, BAL vs. LAC
61 A.J. Inexperienced, ARI @ CLE
62 Kendrick Bourne, NE vs. DAL
63 Nelson Agholor, NE vs. DAL
64 Khalif Raymond, DET vs. CIN
65 Adam Humphries, WAS vs. KC
66 Rashard Higgins, CLE vs. ARI
67 Darius Slayton, NYG vs. LAR
68 Quez Watkins, PHI vs. TB
69 Gabriel Davis, BUF @ TEN
70 DeAndre Carter, WAS vs. KC
71 Tavon Austin, JAX vs. MIA
72 Josh Reynolds, TEN vs. BUF
73 Van Jefferson, LAR @ NYG
74 DeSean Jackson, LAR @ NYG
75 Jamal Agnew, JAX vs. MIA
76 Chris Moore, HOU @ IND
77 Terrace Marshall Jr., CAR vs. MIN
78 Ok.J. Osborn, MIN @ CAR
79 Allen Lazard, GB @ CHI
80 Chris Conley, HOU @ IND
81 Jalen Guyton, LAC @ BAL
82 Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE vs. ARI
83 Chester Rogers, TEN vs. BUF
84 Freddie Swain, SEA @ PIT
85 Bryan Edwards, LV @ DEN
86 Rashod Bateman, BAL @ LAC
87 Collin Johnson, NYG vs. LAR
88 Demarcus Robinson, KC @ WAS
89 Marquise Goodwin, CHI vs. GB
90 Byron Pringle, KC @ WAS

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