Jeffery didn’t score against the Jets at Week 5, but he’d manage six catches for 52 yards on eight targets. He has now scored at least 11 pp-r points at the 3 matches he has played this season, plus he’s at least seven targets in every single outing. His targets should stay high, particularly should DeSean Jackson (abdomen) remains out, but this is a tough matchup against Minnesota. The Vikings have held Jeffery to 3 catches for 49 yards in his past two meetings with them, and I’d simply use Jeffery like a No. 3 Fantasy receiver this week.
Tate is led to a big role with Sterling Shepard (concussion) and Evan Engram (knee) out for the Giants, however that I can’t trust him in such a matchup. The Patriots have an incredible secondary and invite the fewest Fantasy things. They are the only team allowing a receiver. Tate made his debut at the first game after his four-game suspension against Minnesota, and he finished with three catches for 16 yards on six targets. He should perform a lot better than this week, however it could not be by much.
Maybe this can be the game at which Diggs includes a breakout performance, and also the matchup is menacing from the Eagles. But this was the identical scenario in Week 5 at the Giants, and Diggs was limited by about three catches for 44 yards on four goals. He still has only one game with one touch down on the season and double digits at pp-r scoring, therefore he’s due. However, before I see Kirk Cousins giving Diggs consistent targets (he’s averaging only 4.6 targets per match ), he’s only a No. 3 Fantasy receiver at many leagues.
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Williams is coming off a game against Denver in Week 5 with six grabs for 74 yards on 13 targets. He benefited with Broncos cornerback Chris Harris making things tough on Keenan Allen, and we’re going to find out if Philip Rivers continues to lean against the Steelers as much in Week 6 Williams. This year, williams continues to be looking for his first touch down, and Pittsburgh has allowed six touchdowns to receivers in 2013. However, I really don’t enjoy this matchup to get Williams, even at home, and I’d simply use him as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver at many leagues.
The Browns could be getting their corners straight against Seattle in Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams, that have missed the previous three matches. That may make things tough on Metcalf, who has been demonstrated to be a bust or boom receiver so far. In his past four gameshe has two touchdowns, but he has neglected to top 67 receiving yards in any game over that period and contains eight joined grabs in those outings. Your Fantasy team needs to be in sound condition, In case Metcalf scores, if he doesn’t find the end zone, but he likely will not do much.