5 bold predictions for Week 6

Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Last week saw some of the biggest fantasy football performances all season. Who is going to be looking at huge numbers in Week 6 in the NFL?

What a week for fantasy owners, right? Well, unless you were facing Malcolm Brown in a close matchup, as he just absolutely balled out on NFL Monday Night Football. Lamar Jackson’s insane day is expected, but Hollywood Brown? Those are the losses that hurt.

However, the huge days started on Thursday. DK Metcalf went off despite Russell Wilson’s injury. Robert Woods finally put up a gigantic performance, too. Then on Sunday, it seemed every game had someone scoring 20-40 points in the game. There were monster statistical performances inside the gridiron in every major city.

What are the bold predictions for fantasy football Week 6?

This week, the dreaded bye weeks start. The Atlanta Falcons are finally gaining momentum from Cordarrelle Patterson, Kyle Pitts, and Matt Ryan, but fantasy team owners must put them on the bench for this week. The New Orleans Saints bounced back against the Washington Football Team, as we predicted. While the Jets and 49ers aren’t exactly fantasy darlings, there are depth players who are no longer available to you. This is just a palette cleanser as six teams, including the Bills, Cowboys, and Chargers are off in Week 7.

As for this week, there are some awesome matchups to exploit. The schedule is really looking for another week of massive point outputs. There should be players getting close to 50 again thanks to matchup and need for point totals. Justin Herbert might not do what he did last week again, but he also might. As for bold predictions, let’s go win this week.

Source: FanSided

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