HBT’s Week 6 NFL Daily Fantasy League Advice

Colin Henderson, Derek Nadeau, Fantasy, Football, Sam Wicks

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Sure it may be Week 6, but that’s the special thing about one-week fantasy leagues… it doesn’t matter. So before DraftKings (and FanDuel for that matter) is finally called gambling and gets shut down, here are some players to be targeting this week in daily leagues using DraftKings’ pricing. And to make things more interesting be sure to check back each week as we at HBT Sports will be keeping track of how we do. At least that way you will have some perspective about the accuracy of our writers. Enjoy.

 

Derek Nadeu
QB Blake Bortles $5,200
RB Carlos Hyde $4,600
RB Chris Johnson $4,600
WR Allen Robinson $5,900
WR Julian Edelman $7,600
WR Demarius Thomas $7,900
TE Gary Barnidge $4,400
FLEX Dwayne Harris $3,100
DEF Patriots $3,100
$46,400

 

Sam Wicks
QB Andy Dalton $5,700
RB Devonta Freeman $7,000
RB Le’Veon Bell $8,500
WR Larry Fitzgerald $7,000
WR Allen Hurns $5,000
WR Willie Snead $3,300
TE Antonio Gates $4,600
FLEX Dion Lewis $5,600
DEF Panthers $3,000
$49,700

 

Colin Henderson
QB Sam Bradford $6,000
RB Arian Foster $7,000
RB DeMarco Murray $6,000
WR A.J. Green $7,600
WR Kendall Wright $5,200
WR Jeremy Maclin $6,500
TE Delanie Walker $3,600
FLEX Donte Moncrief $5,000
DEF Texans $3,000
$49,900

 

Colin Henderson:

Arian Foster- Yes, I know he hasn’t quite looked like himself since coming back from his injury, but I’m banking on him to turn it around this week against Jacksonville because… well… Jacksonville… yea…

Jeremy Maclin- He has been lighting it up recently averaging over 120 yards per game over his last three contests. Jamaal Charles is out for the year so I expect Alex Smith to throw his way early and often. A good price at $6,500.

Donte Moncrief- Pats vs Colts. We all know its going to either be a shootout, or a Patriots spanking. Either way Indy is going to be throwing the ball a lot. With Luck expected to play I expect Moncrief to be targeted over Andre Johnson as has been the norm with Luck under center. $5,000 for him is a steal.

Delanie Walker- Mariota likes throwing his way. The man gets targeted second most on the team behind Kendell Wright (who I also like this week) and for about $1,00 less then a lot of the top flight Tight Ends i think he is a great value this week.

 

Derek Nadeu:

Blake Bortles- He has gotten at least 16 in his last 3 games, so I’m riding his hot streak this week.

Gary Barnidge- In the last 3 weeks he’s had a TD and had more than 6 targets. McCown obviously likes the veteran tight end and trusts him in the red zone. I expect his production to continue.

Carlos Hyde- He had his first productive week since Week 1 against a tough defense. This week he plays a poor Ravens D, I expect him to exploit them as well.

 

Sam Wicks:

Larry Fitzgerald- I met him once. I feel obligated to pick him every other week, if not more frequently. And he’s doing great stuff. And the Steelers defense isn’t.

Allen Hurns- Three straight games with a touchdown. Back to back games over one hundred yards. Good bargain at $5,000.

Dion Lewis- The Pats will probably be fired up for the game against the Colts (as every sportscaster has made mention of this week). He has put up great numbers and this should continue.

Panthers- The Seahawks don’t actually have a great offense and they just had a bye week for some rest. Why not?

Author

Colin Henderson

Colin is a Fordham University grad, Founder of How ‘Bout Them Sports, and notable Fantasy nerd. If he isn’t annoying friends and family by talking sports for 5 hours straight, he can normally be found on the couch watching old movies, humming one of the 10 songs stuck in his head, or bragging about his most recent FIFA victory on his PS4. A New York City kid through and through, he can be heard on ESPN New Hampshire every Saturday from 2-4 along with fellow HBT Sports writer Ricky Cibrano. Follow him on Twitter @ColDontLie and be sure to tell all your friends about HBT Sports (I’m sure he would appreciate it).

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