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That Sports Guy’s Week 6 Fantasy Football Rankings

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Arizona Cardinals struck gold when trading for WR DeAndre Hopkins. He is our leader for week 6 fantasy rankings at the wide receiver position.

By Craig Forrestal

Week 6. This Week 6 seems like it was flung together with reschedules and all sorts of craziness leading us to the 2020 Edition of NFL Football. There were some guys that came out of nowhere in Week 5 and seem like they may have a role going forward with their team. And some of those guys that came out of nowhere still have the jury out on them and may not have fully convinced some of us yet. Let us see what the Week 6 Draft Diamonds Fantasy Rankings look like!

Here is how this year will play out:

  • Players will be listed as First Last/Team. For example, Gardner Minshew/Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Rankings will consist of:
    • 12 QBs
    • 25 RBs
    • 35 WRs
    • 10 TEs
    • 10 D/ST
    • 3 Weekly Sleepers
    • 3 Weekly Fades
      • Sleepers and Fades will be listed as First Last/ Position/ Team. For example, Tom Brady/ QB/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

TOP 12 QBs

  1. Patrick Mahomes/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  2. Josh Allen/ Buffalo Bills 
  3. Kyler Murray/ Arizona Cardinals 
  4. Deshaun Watson/ Houston Texans 
  5. Ben Roethlisberger/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  6. Aaron Rodgers/ Green Bay Packers 
  7. Lamar Jackson/ Baltimore Ravens
  8. Matthew Stafford/ Detroit Lions 
  9. Gardner Minshew/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  10. Ryan Tannehill/ Tennessee Titans
  11.  Cam Newton/ New England Patriots
  12. Jared Goff/ LA Rams

TOP 25 RBs

  1. Ezekiel Elliott/ Dallas Cowboys 
  2. Derrick Henry/ Tennessee Titans 
  3. James Robinson/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  4. Jonathan Taylor/ Indianapolis Colts 
  5. Kareem Hunt/ Cleveland Browns
  6. Mike Davis/ Carolina Panthers 
  7. Clyde Edwards-Helaire/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  8. Todd Gurley/ Atlanta Falcons 
  9. James Conner/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  10. Alexander Mattison/ Minnesota Vikings 
  11. Ronald Jones/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  12. David Johnson/ Houston Texans 
  13. Aaron Jones/ Green Bay Packers
  14. Antonio Gibson/ Washington Football Team
  15. Raheem Mostert/ San Francisco 49ers 
  16. Devin Singletary/ Buffalo Bills 
  17. Damien Harris/ New England Patriots 
  18. Melvin Gordon/ Denver Broncos 
  19. David Montgomery/ Chicago Bears 
  20. Miles Sanders/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  21. Joe Mixon/ Cincinnati Bengals 
  22. Chase Edmonds/ Arizona Cardinals 
  23. Myles Gaskin/ Miami Dolphins 
  24. James White/ New England Patriots 
  25. Adrian Peterson/ Detroit Lions 

TOP 35 WRs

  1. DeAndre Hopkins/ Arizona Cardinals 
  2. Adam Thielen/ Minnesota Vikings 
  3. Calvin Ridley/ Atlanta Falcons 
  4. Tyreek Hill/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  5. Stefon Diggs/ Buffalo Bills 
  6. Allen Robinson/ Chicago Bears 
  7. Davante Adams/ Green Bay Packers 
  8. Cooper Kupp/ LA Rams
  9. Julio Jones/ Atlanta Falcons 
  10. Robert Woods/ LA Rams
  11. Kenny Golladay/ Detroit Lions
  12. Mike Evans/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  13. Marquise Brown/ Baltimore Ravens 
  14. Odell Beckham/ Cleveland Browns 
  15. Justin Jefferson/ Minnesota Vikings 
  16. AJ Brown/ Tennessee Titans 
  17. Amari Cooper/ Dallas Cowboys 
  18. Terry McLaurin/ Washington Football Team
  19. DJ Moore/ Carolina Panthers 
  20. Will Fuller/ Houston Texans
  21. CeeDee Lamb/ Dallas Cowboys 
  22. Diontae Johnson/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  23. Robby Anderson/ Carolina Panthers 
  24. Tyler Boyd/ Cincinnati Bengals 
  25. Chase Claypool/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  26. DeVante Parker/ Miami Dolphins 
  27. Laviska Shenault/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  28. Jarvis Landry/ Cleveland Browns 
  29. Mecole Hardman/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  30. Michael Gallup/ Dallas Cowboys 
  31. John Brown/ Buffalo Bills 
  32. Tee Higgins/ Cincinnati Bengals 
  33. Brandin Cooks/ Houston Texans 
  34. Deebo Samuel/ San Francisco 49ers
  35. Jamison Crowder/ NY Jets

TOP 10 TEs

  1. Travis Kelce/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  2. George Kittle/ San Francisco 49ers 
  3. Mark Andrews/ Baltimore Ravens 
  4. Jonnu Smith/ Tennessee Titans 
  5. Zach Ertz/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  6. Eric Ebron/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  7. TJ Hockenson/ Detroit Lions 
  8. Robert Tonyan/ Green Bay Packers 
  9. Mike Gesicki/ Miami Dolphins 
  10. Irv Smith Jr/ Minnesota Vikings 


  1. Baltimore Ravens
  2. Indianapolis Colts 
  3. LA Rams
  4. New England Patriots 
  5. Miami Dolphins 
  6. NY Giants
  7. Washington Football Team
  8. Chicago Bears 
  9. Carolina Panthers 
  10. Arizona Cardinals 

3 Weekly Sleepers

  1. Andy Dalton/ QB/ Dallas Cowboys: History tells us that Dalton is absolutely atrocious at night. Terrible. But I’m not willing to say Dalton is dead. While the Cardinals aren’t soft against QBs they’re not terrifyingly intimidating either. Ezekiel Elliott, CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Dalton Schultz will ease the transition for any backup QB but a backup QB with roughly a decade of starting experience should fit right in. While the offense will look different compared to Dak Prescott it will still be an offense that should score roughly 24-27 points every week.
  2. Laviska Shenault/ WR/ Jacksonville Jaguars: so whether or not DJ Chark plays is irrelevant. Chark sat out of Wednesday’s practice meaning the team could play without him against Detroit. Shenault has grown every week in the offense and his time to shine could be this week against a favorable matchup. Gardner Minshew has been effective so far this season. But it’s important to start the game strongly and Shenault offers the Jaguars the option to play through him in both the running and passing game.
  3. Mecole Hardman/ WR/ Kansas City Chiefs: Sammy Watkins is expected to miss some time with a hamstring injury. Insert Hardman into the role of Sammy Watkins. Hardman, too, has Olympian-like speed on the football field so there will be no athletic drop-off between the 2. Hardman has scored a TD in 2 games this season showing when he gets the opportunity with the ball in his hands good things happen. 

3 Weekly Fades

  1. Joe Burrow/ QB/ Cincinnati Bengals: The Colts defense has been surprisingly tough this season. While many expected the defense to improve I don’t think this was the projected growth. Even if he’s playing from behind against the Colts, he’ll struggle to find success against the Colts’ league-leading pass defense. There are better streaming options out there.
  2. Darrell Henderson/ RB/ LA Rams: The 49ers got shredded by the Dolphins and Ryan Fitzpatrick through the air last week but managed to keep the RBs in check. I expect the RBBC ( Running Back By Committee) to stay in place but I don’t see this as being the week for Henderson to shine.
  3. Logan Thomas/ TE/ Washington Football Team: But, Craig, they play the Giants! I’m aware. However, who will be throwing the ball to Logan Thomas? Will it be Kyle Allen or Alex Smith? I’m not confident in either one right now to support Terry McLaurin and one RB in the passing game. Until one of the QBs shows they can support multiple pass catchers I’d stay away. Even in a desperate streaming situation.

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