WRs to start in Week 6:
T.Y Hilton (vs. Titans): I like Jacoby Brissett this week and I also love his best receiver in T.Y Hilton. Hilton has seemingly built a nice rapport with Brissett in this offense scoring 59 points over the last three weeks. Week 6 he squares off against the Titans’ abysmal secondary who allow the 2nd most points to WRs.
Devin Funchess (vs. Eagles): Devin Funchess might quietly be becoming Cam Newton‘s go to WR. Funchess has scored 44.3 points the last two weeks as his fellow teammate, Kelvin Benjamin, finally scored his first touchdown of the season Week 5. Funchess plays against a weak Philadelphia Eagles secondary that allows the most points to WRs.
Under the Radar WRs:
J.J Nelson (vs. Buccaneers): J.J Nelson is likely the best big play WR on the Arizona Cardinals offense. The Cardinals have thrown the ball 44+ times in four out of the five weeks of this season. I don’t see that changing this week especially when they’ll be able to take advantage of a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team that allows the 5th most points to WRs.
Amari Cooper (vs. Chargers): It is truly sad that we find Amari Cooper in the under the radar WRs. Most people have no clue what to do with him right now. Cooper has just 4 receptions for 23 yards on 15 targets through the last four weeks. That’s pure garbage. But I believe Cooper can still turn it around especially with how talented he actually is, especially against the Los Angeles Chargers who allow the 10th most points to WRs.
WRs to sit in Week 6:
Pierre Garcon (vs. Redskins): Pierre Garcon faces off against his former team this week in the Redskins. Garcon is easily the most reliable WR in the 49ers offense but that’s not saying much. I don’t like Garcon’s matchup against his former team as they’ve allowed the least amount of points to WRs and just one touchdown so far.
Jarvis Landry (vs. Falcons): Jarvis Landry is usually a must play in PPR but I don’t like him this week. Landry scored his first touchdown Week 5 but has only reached more than 48 receiving yards just once this season. That’s worrying and he faces off against the Atlanta Falcons who allow the 3rd least amount of points to WRs.