Tuesday, October 14, 2014

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 7 QB Rankings

1. Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers: vs Carolina
Rodgers is playing at home and Carolina's defense has been awful lately.

2. Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Luck passed for 326 yards and 4 TD's in 2013 against the Bengals.

3. Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers: vs Kansas City
In 2013, Rivers averaged 310.5 passing yards and 3 TD's in the two match-ups facing the Chiefs.

4. Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
Manning will look to break Brett Favre's career passing TD record.

5. Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears: vs Miami
Not a good match-up but all his weapons shall prevail.

6. Tom Brady - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
Brady didn't do much against them last year but the Jets have allowed the most passing TD's in 2014.

7. Matthew Stafford - Detroit Lions: vs New Orleans
He only has 7 passing TD's on the year but the Saints give up the 6th most points to QB's.

8. Russell Wilson - Seattle Seahawks: @ St. Louis
Wilson threw for less than 175 yards in both meetings against the Rams last season.

9. Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints: @ Detroit
Likely without TE Jimmy Graham and the Lions allow the fewest fantasy points to QB's.

10. Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Flacco was on fire last Sunday and could keep it going against a pour Falcons defense at home.

11. Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers: @ Denver
The Broncos allow the 11th most fantasy points to QB's. Could be a high scoring game.

12. Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers: @ Green Bay
The Packers allow the 3rd most rushing yards to QB's in 2014 and Newton rushed a career high 17 times last week.

13. Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons: @ Baltimore
Not an ideal match-up and Ryan has thrown 6 INT's to 5 TD's on the road this year.

14. Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals: @ Oakland
Decent match-up and Palmer's shoulder should be ok after throwing it 44 times last Sunday.

15. Brian Hoyer - Cleveland Browns: @ Jacksonville
Hoyer is playing well and the Jags give up the 5th most fantasy points to his position.

16. Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Houston
OK match-up at home and the Texans defense really isn't good outside of Watt.

17. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
Romo is in a run heavy offense and the Giants secondary is good.

18. Eli Manning - New York Giants: @ Dallas
Dallas allows the 3rd fewest fantasy points to QB's in 2014.

19. Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins: @ Chicago
Tannehill should be able to play well against the Bears but could make some mistakes.

20. Derek Carr - Oakland Raiders: vs Arizona
Carr threw 4 TD's last Sunday and Arizona allows the 7th most fantasy points.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 7 RB Rankings

1. DeMarco Murray - Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
Murray will try to break the record for most consecutive 100 yard rushing games to start a season.

2. Giovani Bernard - Cincinnati Bengals: @ Indianapolis
Bernard totaled 148 yards on 16 touches against the Colts last season.

3. Le'Veon Bell - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Houston
Nice match-up and Bell will get his 20+ touches.

4. Matt Forte - Chicago Bears: vs Miami
Forte leads the NFL with 46 catches after 6 weeks.

5. Arian Foster - Houston Texans: @ Pittsburgh
Beatable match-up and the Texans will continue to ride Foster until he breaks.

6. Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers: vs Carolina
Lacy should rock and rumble to many yards this week. Panthers give up 2nd most points.

7. Ben Tate - Cleveland Browns: @ Jacksonville
Tate registered another 25 carries last Sunday along with 2 TD's.

8. Jamaal Charles - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Diego
Charles totaled 157 yards and 2 TD's in Week 12 of last year against San Diego.

9. Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks: @ St. Louis
Lynch had 9 total touches in one game and 24 in the other against the Rams last season. Kind of how its been in 2014.

10. Andre Ellington - Arizona Cardinals: @ Oakland
Ellington will likely see 20+ touches in an excellent match-up.

11. Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
The Falcons have allowed 4 more rushing TD's than any other team.

12. Lamar Miller - Miami Dolphins: @ Chicago
With RB Knowshon Moreno out for the season, Miller has the backfield to himself pretty much.

13. Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
This season, the Titans give up the 14th most fantasy points to RB's.

14. Branden Oliver - San Diego Chargers: vs Kansas City
Oliver compiled 30 total touches last week with a TD.

15. Andre Williams - New York Giants: @ Dallas
The Cowboys can be run on as they allow 5.74 yards per carry.

16. Fred Jackson - Buffalo Bills: vs Minnesota
Only RB in Buffalo to trust and the Vikings allow the 3rd most fantasy points.

17. Ahmad Bradshaw - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Decent match-up and Bradshaw continues to get receiving TD's.

18. Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers: @ Denver
Big problem for Gore is the dumb coaching staff giving RB Carlos Hyde chances in short yardage when he wasn't good at it in college.

19. Joique Bell - Detroit Lions: vs New Orleans
In 2014, New Orleans has given up the 10th most fantasy points to opposing RB's.

20. Chris Ivory - New York Jets: @ New England
Ivory averaged 3.4 yards per carry against the Pats in 2013 on 46 carries in two games.

21. Reggie Bush - Detroit Lions: vs New Orleans
Bush should be healthy enough to go against his former team.

22. Ronnie Hillman - Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
Recorded his 1st career 100+ yard game against the Jets. Another tough match-up this week.

23. Jerick McKinnon - Minnesota Vikings: @ Buffalo
McKinnon has taken over as the starter but the Bills front-7 as good as the Lions were last week.

24. Shane Vereen - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
Vereen should see a slight jump in touches this week in the passing game.

25. Pierre Thomas - New Orleans Saints: @ Detroit
Only pass catching RB's have a chance against the Lions which is exactly what Thomas is.

26. Zac Stacy - St. Louis Rams: vs Seattle
Stacy got just 10 touches on MNF but ran well against Seattle in 2013 at home.

27. Isaiah Crowell - Cleveland Browns: @ Jacksonville
Crowell should get the ball 10+ times and the Jags give up the 4th most points to RB's.

28. Trent Richardson - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
T-Rich racked up 88 total yards facing the Bengals last year as a Colt.

29. Steven Jackson - Atlanta Falcons: @ Baltimore
Baltimore allows the 5th fewest fantasy points to Jackson's position in 2014.

30. Bishop Sankey - Tennessee Titans: @ Washington
Sankey should get 15+ touches but Washington gives up 3rd fewest points.

31. C.J. Spiller - Buffalo Bills: vs Minnesota
Spiller on his way to a second straight disappointing season.

32. Jeremy Hill - Cincinnati Bengals: @ Indianapolis
Indy allows the 8th most fantasy points to RB's in 2014.

33. Bernard Pierce - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Atlanta allows the most fantasy points to Pierce's position.

34. Jonathan Stewart - Carolina Panthers: @ Green Bay
Stewart should play this week and Green Bay allows the 11th most points to RB's.

35. Darren McFadden - Oakland Raiders: vs Arizona
Nice game for McFadden last Sunday but the Cardinals allow the 2nd fewest rushing yards to RB's.

36. Antone Smith - Atlanta Falcons: @ Baltimore
Smith only has 23 touches all season but is in the Top 10 in fantasy points among RB's.

37. Storm Johnson - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Cleveland
The Browns aren't stout against the run so Johnson has a chance despite limited opportunities.

38. Roy Helu - Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
Helu is 2nd among RB's in receiving yards (258) behind only Matt Forte.

39. Khiry Robinson - New Orleans Saints: @ Detroit
Robinson should get the majority of carries but RB Mark Ingram will also be eased back in.

40. Brandon Bolden - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
Bolden will likely step in for RB Stevan Ridley. Role unclear though and the Jets are tough against the run.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 7 WR Rankings

1. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons: @ Baltimore
One of the most targeted WR's in the NFL and the Ravens are weak in the back end.

2. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers: vs Carolina
Carolina gives up the 8th most fantasy points to WR's this year.

3. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Houston
Houston has given up the 2nd most yards to WR's in 2014.

4. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
350 yards receiving and 3 TD's for Thomas the last two games. 49ers could slow him down.

5. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
Bryant averaged just 54 yards between the two match-ups facing the Giants last year.

6. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers: vs Carolina
Keeps scoring and the Panthers allow the 2nd most TD's to WR's.

7. Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Smith is likely going to take another secondary to school teaching them up.

8. Alshon Jeffery - Chicago Bears: vs Miami
At least 100 yards or a TD in the last 4 games for Jeffery.

9. Mike Wallace - Miami Dolphins: @ Chicago
Wallace has scored in 4 of 5 games.

10. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears: vs Miami
Facing Miami for the 1st time since they traded him for peanuts so he'll have a great game.

11. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions: vs New Orleans
He'll be Stafford's main target again while the Saints give up the 4th most points to WR's.

12. DeSean Jackson - Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
Has 115+ yards and a TD in 3 of last 4 games.

13. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
In 2013, Edelman averaged 63 total yards between the two games against the Jets.

14. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers: @ Green Bay
Benjamin continues to produce like a Top 15 fantasy WR.

15. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
Still looking for his 1st TD on the year and it's not a great match-up.

16. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Killed Houston's hopes of a win again last Thursday with 223 yards and a TD.

17. Mohamed Sanu - Cincinnati Bengals: @ Indianapolis
Sanu will likely be the No. 1 WR again but Indy allows the 3rd fewest fantasy points.

18. Michael Floyd - Arizona Cardinals: @ Oakland
In 2014, the Raiders allow the 9th fewest fantasy points to Floyd's position.

19. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans: @ Pittsburgh
The Steelers allow the 7th fewest points to WR's.

20. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans: @ Pittsburgh
Johnson made an incredible TD catch last Thursday; then fumbled away the game.

21. James Jones - Oakland Raiders: vs Arizona
Arizona gives up the 2nd most fantasy points to WR's this year.

22. Michael Crabtree - San Francisco 49ers: @ Denver
Crabtree had a great TD on MNF but Denver gives up the 4th fewest points to WR's.

23. Cecil Shorts - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Cleveland
Last season, Shorts registered 6 catches for 64 yards and a TD facing the Browns.

24. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons: @ Baltimore
Baltimore allows the 7th most fantasy points to opposing WR's.

25. Rueben Randle - New York Giants: @ Dallas
Randle averaged 82.5 receiving yards in 2013 against Dallas between the two match-ups.

26. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals: @ Oakland
Fitz topped 60 yards and scored for the first time all season last Sunday.

27. Terrance Williams - Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
This year, the Giants are allowing the 8th fewest points to WR's.

28. Keenan Allen - San Diego Chargers: vs Kansas City
Allen is getting targeted enough to produce; he just isn't.

29. Pierre Garcon - Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
The yardage isn't there for Garcon but it's a decent match-up and he could score.

30. Reggie Wayne - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Cincy gives up the 6th fewest fantasy points to WR's this season.

31. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills: vs Minnesota
Decent match-up for Watkins but QB Kyle Orton couldn't get him the ball last week.

32. Eric Decker - New York Jets: @ New England
One catch for five yards. That's what Decker got as a Bronco against the Patriots in Week 12 last year.

33. Justin Hunter - Tennessee Titans: @ Washington
Hunter has all the ability to potentially shred Washington's secondary.

34. Torrey Smith - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Smith hauled in 2 TD's last week and the Falcons are also a nice match-up.

35. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks: @ St. Louis
The Rams allow the 3rd most fantasy points to WR's.

36. Malcolm Floyd - San Diego Chargers: vs Kansas City
Unlike Allen, Floyd is making the most of his opportunities.

37. Brandin Cooks - New Orleans Saints: @ Detroit
Cooks should get a lot of looks but he hasn't scored since Week 1.

38. Andre Holmes - Oakland Raiders: vs Arizona
Averaging 10 targets, 97.5 yards and 1.5 TD's the last two games.

39. Marques Colston - New Orleans Saints: @ Detroit
Detroit allows the fewest fantasy points to opposing WR's.

40. Brandon LaFell - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
LaFell scored twice last week and the Jets allow the 10th most points to WR's.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 7 TE Rankings

1. Julius Thomas - Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
Thomas would be 3rd among WR's in fantasy points if he was considered one.

2. Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
Gronk hauled in 7 passes for 94 yards last week; gave credit to the offensive line.

3. Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears: vs Miami
Decent match-up, Bennett is targeted a lot and Miami just gave up a game winning TD to a TE.

4. Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers: vs Kansas City
Gates totaled 52 yards and a TD in the two games facing Kansas City a year ago. Easier match-up this season.

5. Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers: @ Green Bay
This season, Green Bay allows the 4th fewest fantasy points to TE's but Olsen has been very consistent.

6. Jordan Cameron - Cleveland Browns: @ Jacksonville
102 yards and a TD last week. Jags give up 4th most points to his position in 2014.

7. Delanie Walker - Tennessee Titans: @ Washington
Getting plenty of targets and Washington gives up the 10th most points to TE's.

8. Jordan Reed - Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
Targeted 11 times last week and Tennessee allowing 4th most fantasy points to TE's the last 4 weeks.

9. Vernon Davis - San Francisco 49ers: @ Denver
Davis hasn't scored since Week 1 so a big game should come soon.

10. Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Cincy allows the most fantasy points to TE's in 2014.

11. Larry Donnell - New York Giants: @ Dallas
He's been targeted just 3 times the last two games. Great match-up though.

12. Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
Witten caught 2 TD passes in each game against the Giants last year.

13. Travis Kelce - Kansas City Chiefs: @ San Diego
Kelce has a TD grab in the last 3 games but the Chargers allow the 3rd fewest points.

14. Jared Cook - St. Louis Rams: vs Seattle
Cook averaged 30.5 yards and 0.5 TD's in two games facing Seattle last season.

15. Tim Wright - New England: vs New York Jets
Another TD last Sunday and the Jets allow the 5th most points to TE's.

16. Owen Daniels - Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Daniels didn't get one of QB Joe Flacco's 5 TD passes last week.

17. Coby Fleener - Indianapolis Colts: vs Cincinnati
Registered 5 catches for 31 yards last year on them. Has scored in 3 of last 4 games.

18. Jace Amaro - New York Jets: @ New England
Amaro put up a 10/68/1 stat line last Sunday.

19. Heath Miller - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Houston
Miller should rack up a decent amount of yards and may score.

20. Clay Harbor - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Cleveland
Recorded 3 catches for 91 yards and a TD last week. Browns are an ok match-up.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 7 DST Rankings

1. New England Patriots: vs New York Jets
They are playing against the terrible offense that is the Jets.

2. Buffalo Bills: vs Minnesota
Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater was sacked 8 times and threw 3 INT's last Sunday.

3. Seattle Seahawks: @ St. Louis
St. Louis gives up the most points to defenses in 2014.

4. Arizona Cardinals: @ Oakland
Arizona will stop the run forcing Raiders QB Derek Carr into 3rd and longs.

5. Cleveland Browns: @ Jacksonville
Jacksonville gave up another 10+ fantasy points to the Titans defense last week.

6. Detroit Lions: vs New Orleans
The Lions are the best in the NFL in sacks, points allowed and yards allowed.

7. Chicago Bears: vs Miami
At home playing an average QB in Ryan Tannehill.

8. Dallas Cowboys: vs New York Giants
New York's offense went back to 2013 on SNF.

9. Denver Broncos: vs San Francisco
Like the Eagles attacked Giants OT Justin Pugh; the Broncos should attack 49ers OT Jonathan Martin.

10. Baltimore Ravens: vs Atlanta
Atlanta's offense doesn't play well on the road.

11. Houston Texans: @ Pittsburgh
J.J. Watt.

12. Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Houston
Houston's QB is still Ryan Fitzpatrick.

13. Washington Redskins: vs Tennessee
Washington can't possibly let Titans QB Charlie Whitehurst beat them.

14. Miami Dolphins: @ Chicago
Bears QB Jay Cutler could throw a few to the Dolphins defenders.

15. San Francisco 49ers: @ Denver
Startable defense even against Denver. Anything can happen.

* I won't be ranking kickers. Just pick a kicker with a good offense or a kicker that is going against a terrible team.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 QB Rankings

1. Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
The Jets blitz a lot and their secondary is terrible.

2. Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons: vs Chicago
Ryan has thrown over 40 times in four out of five games this season.

3. Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Luck averaged 225.5 passing yards and 2.5 TD's facing the Texans in 2013.

4. Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Against Oakland in 2013, Rivers threw for an average of 306 yards, 1.5 TD's and 2 INT's.

5. Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears: @ Atlanta
Decent match-up for Cutler to dominate despite the Bears likely running the ball many times.

6. Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers: @ Miami
Miami gives up the 5th fewest fantasy points to opposing QB's.

7. Eli Manning - New York Giants: @ Philadelphia
Between the two games against the Eagles last year, Manning averaged 290 passing yards, 1 TD and 1.5 INT's.

8. Russell Wilson - Seattle Seahawks: vs Dallas
Somewhat tough match-up but Wilson is at home and can pile up rushing yards again.

9. Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Cleveland
In Week 1 against the Browns, Big Ben recorded 365 passing yards, a TD and an INT.

10. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys: @ Seattle
Romo's run game could get shut down in Seattle and they do allow the 9th most points to QB's.

11. Matthew Stafford - Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
Without Megatron last year against Minnesota; Stafford passed for 217 yards and a TD.

12. Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers: @ St. Louis
Kaep hasn't thrown for 250 yards in a game yet after five weeks.

13. Nick Foles - Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
Foles played well against the Giants last year and they should rack up points at home.

14. Andy Dalton - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Carolina
Carolina allows the 10th most fantasy points to QB's.

15. Tom Brady - New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
Brady averaged just 205 passing yards, 1.5 TD's and an INT in 2013 facing Buffalo.

16. Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens: @ Tampa Bay
Flacco on the road but the Bucs aren't good and they can't cover WR's.

17. Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers: @ Cincinnati
Cincy gives up the 3rd fewest points to QB's and their defense is way better at home.

18. Brian Hoyer - Cleveland Browns: vs Pittsburgh
Hoyer threw for 222 yards and a TD against the Steelers in Week 1.

19. Kirk Cousins - Washington Redskins: @ Arizona
The Cardinals allow the 5th most fantasy points to QB's but Cousins could still struggle.

20. Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals: vs Washington
Whoever plays this week at QB for the Cardinals; Washington allows the most points to QB's.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 RB Rankings

1. Matt Forte - Chicago Bears: @ Atlanta
Chicago's offense runs through Forte and Atlanta allows the most points to RB's.

2. Le'Veon Bell - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Cleveland
Bell totaled 197 yards and a TD against the Browns in Week 1.

3. Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks: vs Dallas
The Cowboys run defense was gashed by Houston's RB Arian Foster last Sunday.

4. Giovani Bernard - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Carolina
Bernard hasn't been involved in the passing game lately but the Panthers allowed Bears RB Matt Forte to catch 12 passes.

5. DeMarco Murray - Dallas Cowboys: @ Seattle
The Seahawks give up the 2nd fewest fantasy points to Murray's position.

6. LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
McCoy averaged 78.5 total yards and 0.5 TD's against the Giants in 2013.

7. Arian Foster - Houston Texans: vs Indianapolis
Huge game on Sunday but it's a short week and his hamstring is fragile.

8. Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers: @ Miami
Decent match-up but Miami's defense plays better at home.

9. Branden Oliver - San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Oliver is coming off a game where he tore up the Jets defense that's usually great against his position.

10. Andre Williams - New York Giants: @ Philadelphia
Williams will be the main back with RB Rashad Jennings out awhile.

11. Joique Bell - Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
Bush could be out this week so Bell should put up good numbers.

12. Ben Tate - Cleveland Browns: vs Pittsburgh
Tate carried the ball 22 times for 123 yards last week.

13. Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers: @ St. Louis
Between the two games in 2013 against the Rams; Gore averaged 97.5 rushing yards and a TD.

14. Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens: @ Tampa Bay
Forsett continued to see the majority of the touches in the Ravens backfield last Sunday.

15. Andre Ellington - Arizona Cardinals: vs Washington
Ellington got it done through the passing game last Sunday and likely will have to do the same this week to produce.

16. Ahmad Bradshaw - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Good match-up and continues to out-perform RB Trent Richardson.

17. Lamar Miller - Miami Dolphins: vs Green Bay
Green Bay allows the 9th most fantasy points to RB's.

18. Fred Jackson - Buffalo Bills: vs New England
The Patriots give up the 10th most fantasy points to RB's.

19. Doug Martin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Baltimore
Baltimore allows the 6th fewest fantasy points to Martin's position.

20. Ronnie Hillman - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
Hillman will likely take over as the starting RB in Denver. Tough match-up.

21. Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins: @ Arizona
Arizona allows the 5th fewest fantasy points to RB's in 2014.

22. Steven Jackson - Atlanta Falcons: vs Chicago
Jackson saw a season high 18 total touches on Sunday and registered 74 total yards and a TD.

23. Shane Vereen - New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
Vereen averaged 102 total yards and 0.5 TD's in 2013 facing the Bills.

24. Chris Ivory - New York Jets: vs Denver
Ivory needs to run hard and catch passes for the Jets to have a chance against Denver.

25. Trent Richardson - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
T-Rich recorded just 13 total touches to Bradshaw's 19 last Sunday.

26. Bishop Sankey - Tennessee Titans: vs Jacksonville
Jacksonville gives up the 2nd most fantasy points to RB's.

27. C.J. Spiller - Buffalo Bills: vs New England
Spiller was highly ineffective on Sunday but should have more room to run this week.

28. Stevan Ridley - New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
A week after getting just 5 carries; Ridley got 27 carries for 113 yards and a TD Sunday night.

29. Zac Stacy - St. Louis Rams: vs San Francisco
Stacy could lose touches to RB Benny Cunningham and the 49ers allow the fewest points.

30. Matt Asiata - Minnesota Vikings: vs Detroit
Asiata will have little success against Detroit's front-7.

31. Darren Sproles - Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
The Giants give up the 6th most fantasy points to RB's.

32. Jeremy Hill - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Carolina
The Panthers allow the 7th most fantasy points to RB's.

33. Jerick McKinnon - Minnesota Vikings: vs Detroit
McKinnon could make something happen in the passing game.

34. Chris Johnson - New York Jets: vs Denver
Denver allows the 5th most fantasy points to RB's.

35. Antone Smith - Atlanta Falcons: vs Chicago
Smith could see more touches which he has earned.

36. Darren McFadden - Oakland Raiders: vs San Diego
McFadden likely won't do much and he could split more touches with MJD.

37. Isaiah Crowell - Cleveland Browns: vs Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh allows the 11th fewest fantasy points to Crowell's position.

38. Storm Johnson - Jacksonville Jaguars: @ Tennessee
Johnson could score and the Jags usually play well against the Titans.

39. Theo Riddick - Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
Takes over the Reggie Bush role. Vikings give up 8th most fantasy points to RB's.

40. Knowshon Moreno - Miami Dolphins: vs Green Bay
Moreno could be back this week but would likely be limited.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 WR Rankings

1. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
The Jets don't have anyone that can cover Thomas who broke out last Sunday.

2. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Cleveland
Brown hauled in five passes for 116 yards and a TD in Week 1 against the Browns.

3. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons: vs Chicago
Jones leads the NFL in receiving yards with 552 of them.

4. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys: @ Seattle
Bryant has scored in four straight games and the match-up isn't terrible.

5. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers: @ Miami
The Dolphins give up the 8th fewest fantasy points to Nelson's position.

6. Jeremy Maclin - Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
Maclin is getting targeted 11.4 times per game and has scored in four of five games.

7. Alshon Jeffery - Chicago Bears: @ Atlanta
Jeffery has scored in back-to-back games and the Falcons secondary is beatable.

8. Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens: @ Tampa Bay
The Bucs allow the 3rd most fantasy points to WR's through five weeks.

9. Victor Cruz - New York Giants: @ Philadelphia
Cruz averaged 6 catches for 67 yards in the two games facing Philly last season.

10. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears: @ Atlanta
Marshall is outside the Top 50 in receiving yards among WR's.

11. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
Sanders is averaging close to 110 receiving yards per game and should score soon.

12. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
WR Calvin Johnson will likely sit out and Tate in the Top 5 among WR's in receiving yards.

13. DeSean Jackson - Washington Redskins: @ Arizona
Jackson recorded 36 yards receiving against Arizona last season as an Eagle.

14. Reggie Wayne - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Houston gives up the 12th most fantasy points to WR's after five weeks.

15. Mike Wallace - Miami Dolphins: vs Green Bay
Wallace has been good so far in 2014 but is looking for his first 100-yard receiving game.

16. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers: @ Miami
Cobb leads all WR's with 6 TD's but Miami presents a tough match-up.

17. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
Last year, Edelman averaged a 8/72/1 stat line against Buffalo in two games.

18. Michael Crabtree - San Francisco 49ers: @ St. Louis
Crabtree should bounce back as the Rams allow the 9th most fantasy points to WR's.

19. Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Baltimore
Season high 8 catches for 144 yards last week and the Ravens allow the 10th most fantasy points.

20. Michael Floyd - Arizona Cardinals: vs Washington
Has yet to score but records 100+ yards receiving every other game. 100+ yards this week.

21. Keenan Allen - San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Allen averaged 70.5 yards receiving and a TD between two match-ups facing the Raiders last season.

22. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers: @ Cincinnati
Benjamin is being targeted close to 10 times a game but Cincy allows the 5th fewest points.

23. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans: vs Indianapolis
Indy allows the 2nd fewest fantasy points to WR's.

24. Brian Quick - St. Louis Rams: vs San Francisco
As long as QB Austin Davis plays well; Quick is startable.

25. Pierre Garcon - Washington Redskins: @ Arizona
Garcon has two or fewer catches in three of five games so far in 2014.

26. Terrance Williams - Dallas Cowboys: @ Seattle
Williams has scored in four out of five games like his counterpart Dez Bryant.

27. Kendall Wright - Tennessee Titans: vs Jacksonville
Wright scored twice last week and the Jags give up the 5th most points to WR's.

28. Mohamed Sanu - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Carolina
Carolina's defense is tied for 2nd giving up 7 TD's to WR's this year.

29. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons: vs Chicago
Chicago gives up the 11th most fantasy points to WR's this season.

30. Percy Harvin - Seattle Seahawks: vs Dallas
Harvin scored three times on MNF but all three were called back. Tough match-up.

31. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals: vs Washington
Fitz hasn't touched 60 yards receiving in any game and hasn't scored yet either.

32. Rueben Randle - New York Giants: @ Philadelphia
Philly allows the most fantasy points to WR's in 2014.

33. Wes Welker - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
The Jets give up the 6th most fantasy points to opposing WR's.

34. Eric Decker - New York Jets: vs Denver
Decker could have a big day against his former team... in garbage time.

35. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans: vs Indianapolis
Hasn't scored still but didn't score last year until he faced the Colts. Recorded 229 yards and 3 TD's.

36. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Hilton averaged 99.5 yards and 1.5 TD's between two match-ups against Houston in 2013.

37. Cordarrelle Patterson - Minnesota Vikings: vs Detroit
Minnesota doesn't use Patterson enough and Detroit is a tough match-up.

38. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills: vs New England
Made some great grabs last week but the Patriots give up the fewest points to WR's.

39. Justin Hunter - Tennessee Titans: vs Jacksonville
Hunter played on most of the snaps last week and registered 3 catches for 99 yards and a TD.

40. Eddie Royal - San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Oakland allows the 9th fewest fantasy points to opposing WR's.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 TE Rankings

1. Julius Thomas - Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
Thomas leads the NFL with seven receiving TD's on the season.

2. Delanie Walker - Tennessee Titans: vs Jacksonville
Averaged 48.5 yards and 0.5 TD's against the Jags in 2013. Jags allow the 2nd most points in 2014.

3. Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers: @ Cincinnati
Two TD's last Sunday and the Bengals give up the 3rd most fantasy points to TE's.

4. Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
Gronk is a TD machine but the Bills are a tough match-up on paper.

5. Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Gates averaged 5 catches for 58 yards in the two match-ups between Oakland in 2013.

6. Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears: @ Atlanta
Just 17 yards last week and the Falcons allow the fewest fantasy points to TE's.

7. Vernon Davis - San Francisco 49ers: @ St. Louis
In 2013, Davis averaged 50 yards and a TD facing the Rams. Might not play again though.

8. Larry Donnell - New York Giants: @ Philadelphia
Not a great match-up but he shouldn't be invisible like he was last week.

9. Owen Daniels - Baltimore Ravens: @ Tampa Bay
In 2014, the Bucs have given up the 9th most fantasy points to TE's.

10. Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys: @ Seattle
Seattle gives up the 4th most fantasy points to Witten's position in 2014.

11. Jordan Cameron - Cleveland Browns: vs Pittsburgh
Cameron racked up 47 yards on two catches against the Steelers in Week 1.

12. Zach Ertz - Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
Ertz is in a slump and the Giants allow the 2nd fewest fantasy points to TE's.

13. Heath Miller - Pittsburgh Steelers: @ Cleveland
Browns give up 13th most points. In Week 1, Miller recorded 26 yards against them.

14. Jordan Reed - Washington Redskins: @ Arizona
Reed should be good to go this week and Arizona gives up 6th most points.

15. Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
The Texans give up the 5th fewest points but Allen has scored in four of five games.

16. Jared Cook - St. Louis Rams: vs San Francisco
Cook has hauled in at least 4 catches for 44 yards in each game. Just hasn't scored.

17. Eric Ebron - Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
Ebron must step up soon especially with Megatron likely out.

18. Tim Wright - New England: @ Buffalo
Wright caught all five targets for 85 yards and a TD last Sunday night.

19. Austin Seferian-Jenkins - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Baltimore
Not a good match-up for ASJ but he plays the majority of the snaps.

20. Coby Fleener - Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Tough match-up but the Colts throw it enough for Fleener to make a potential impact.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 DST Rankings

1. San Diego Chargers: @ Oakland
Oakland struggles to move the ball and score points.

2. Denver Broncos: @ New York Jets
Jets QB Geno Smith is starting again but really their whole offense is bad.

3. San Francisco 49ers: @ St. Louis
St. Louis allows the most fantasy points to defenses.

4. Detroit Lions: @ Minnesota
Detroit will force Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater to throw.

5. Green Bay Packers: @ Miami
Miami gives up the 6th most fantasy points to defenses.

6. Seattle Seahawks: vs Dallas
Seattle's defense is 30th in fantasy points scored but they are at home.

7. Arizona Cardinals: vs Washington
The Cardinals go from facing Peyton Manning and the Broncos to an average at best offense.

8. New England Patriots: @ Buffalo
Bills QB Kyle Orton should struggle throwing against a very good Patriots secondary.

9. Cincinnati Bengals: vs Carolina
Cincinnati's defense will play much better at home this week.

10. Philadelphia Eagles: vs New York Giants
Philly's defense and special teams have scored 7 TD's this season.

11. Buffalo Bills: vs New England
The Bills are tied for a league high 17 sacks and Brady's offensive line is suspect.

12. Baltimore Ravens: @ Tampa Bay
The Bucs allow the 3rd most points to defenses in 2014.

13. Tennessee Titans: vs Jacksonville
Jacksonville gives up 10+ fantasy points to defenses week in and week out.

14. St. Louis Rams: vs San Francisco
St. Louis' pass rush got to Kaep plenty last season. Good match-up this year.

15. Indianapolis Colts: @ Houston
Indy has forced two turnovers per game and Texans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will make mistakes.

* I won't be ranking kickers. Just pick a kicker with a good offense or a kicker that is going against a terrible team.