Fantasy football enthusiasts will have to find other options for players like LeSean McCoy, A.J. Green, Ezekiel Elliott and the Seahawks defense as each of the teams these belong to are on byes in Week 6.
Playing however, will be fantasy football leaders from Week 5 who will try to repeat their performances again.
Leonard Fournette was the only running back to hit 30 points in fantasy scoring. He put up two touchdowns against the Steelers, making his 2017 total five after five games.
DeAndre Hopkins joined his quarterback near the top of his position rankings. Devante Adams secured a game winning touchdown in his Week 5 contest, and got a Top-3 finish among receivers to go with it.
Only six defensive units tallied double-digit outputs last week. Jacksonville, Miami, Green Bay, Baltimore, Kansas City and Seattle were the leaders after an exciting week of football.
If you’ve gotten off to a less than desirable start, there’s still time.
So, once again, let’s take a look at each division and see if we can pick up some solid fantasy football options for you.