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Washington takes on turnover prone Daniel Jones this coming weekend. Their stellar front should be able to effectively rush Jones all game. The Football’s are entering a stretch of games that brings relief after a tough early schedule. Look for their underrated defense to have a big outing against the hapless Giants.

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STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE: Good/Bad Matchups – Week 6

QB Kirk Cousins MIN & DE Markus Golden

This week Kirk Cousins faces Atlanta, the second-best matchup for opposing quarterbacks. This secondary has been gutted all season and just made Teddy Bridgewater look like a Hall-of-Famer in Week 5. If you are someone who lost Dak Prescott last week (ugh …), give Cousins a look in Week 6.

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GRAB BAG: Week 6

QB Andy Dalton DAL

It’s never fun to see a player suffer an awful injury like Dak Prescott did on Sunday - and we hope for the best. What very likely ends Prescott’s season gives 10 year veteran Andy Dalton the opportunity to lead a highly capable offense from here forward.

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FLAVOR OF THE WEEK: Matt Breida, RB, Miami

RB Matt Breida MIA

Saturday's blowout win over San Francisco was the first time that Matt Breida hit that double-digit touch number this year, so why am I recommending adding him? In this game you don't want to be relying on waiver priority to get a player after he becomes an obvious add, like Mattison this week; you need to get in before it happens.

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With his skills declining at age 32, I suspect that A.J. Green knows the team is phasing him out of the offense. I also suspect he’ll have the world’s slowest healing hamstring. Dump Green and get another player with some value before it’s too late.

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SHOW ME WHERE IT HURTS: Week 5 Injury Fallout


This is a tough blow for the Cowboys and for Prescott, and the team will have to move forward with Andy Dalton under center. There’s no doubt that Dalton will be a significant downgrade from Prescott, but his nine years of starting experience make him a stable option for the team.

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