Fantasy football Player Projections: Breaking down Week 6
I'm sorry if you find yourself lined up across the fantasy field from Peyton Manning on Sunday.
The Broncos are 28-point favorites over the Jaguars this week. Manning could account for at least that many points with his passing touchdowns alone. A 30-point fantasy day feels like a lock.
Who else is in line for a big day? Who will disappoint their owners? Let's find out with the Week 6 projections.
Click the position labels below for the full list of projected player rankings, and click the team logos, paired by matchup, to see projected stats of each game.
Manning owners, the world is your oyster. Kick back and enjoy another huge game.
Romo won't measure up to Peyton Manning in this game, but he'll give his owners a nice day in a favorable matchup.
Rodgers had a quiet game by his standards, throwing for 274 yards and a TD. He was this close to 300 and two, but what was initially ruled a TD for James Jones was overturned.
Chalk up another 145 yards from scrimmage and a TD for Charles. He'll flash those dual threat skills against the Raiders.
Even against Carolina's strong run defense, I expect Peterson to have a huge day.
Foster sure is done, huh? He had another 118 yards from scrimmage last week, and should be in line for a big game against the Rams.
Six catches, 141 yards, two TDs. Rinse, wash, repeat.
You know he has to go off sooner or later. This will be the week.
Johnson's inactive status sent ripples across the fantasy community a week ago. He could be a gametime decision again this week.
Sure, Graham had 10 catches for 135 yards last week, but he didn't score? What a bum.
Witten had a monster day against the Broncos last week. It's hard to picture the Redskins doing much better against him.
Olsen caught five passes for 79 yards against a strong pass defense in Arizona. If healthy, he'll do even better against a mediocre one in Minnesota.
Dawson went 2-for-2 on field goals last week and could be in for a big day against the underrated Arizona defense.
Gostkowski did all the scoring for the Patriots last week, making both of his field goal attempts.
Bailey put up 10 points against the Broncos last week and should be in line for even bigger things against the Redskins.
The Niners put up another monster game without Patrick Willis, posting four takeaways and a TD while allowing just three points. They should have another big day this week.
What a performance by the Bengals a week ago, holding the Patriots to six points and sacking Tom Brady four times. They'll build on that in a huge way against the Bills and QB Thad Lewis, who was just signed off the practice squad.
If not for a questionable flag, the Jets would have had two impressive goalline stands against the Falcons. They registered one takeaway and two sacks while allowing 28 points. Expect them to put the heat on Roethlisberger.