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Feast or Famine – Week 6

Every week I will pick and choose certain players that will produce above (feast) or below (famine) our Fantasy Sharks Player Projections. A couple guys every week may be obvious, but some might surprise you.


Jason Witten, TE
, Dallas

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 7 Points

Washington has given up a touchdown to opposing tight ends in every game this year. The emergence of Terrance Williams and return of Miles Austin will open things up even more for Witten.

Jordan Reed, TE
, Washington

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 0 Points

A Sunday night game between Dallas and Washington is guaranteed to be close and high-scoring. Reed seems to be Griffin III’s favorite tight end and he should see a lot of action if Washington’s offense is going to keep up.

Coby Fleener, TE
, Indianapolis

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 2 Points

We are feasting on tight ends this week! Fleener is easy. You play him against bad defenses and you sit him against good ones. San Diego is nothing special.


Matthew Stafford, QB
, Detroit

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 25 Points

We are all still waiting for Stafford to have the dominant fantasy performance that he is capable of. Unfortunately, it won’t happen in Cleveland this weekend. Haden Island is the only island out there.

Adrian Peterson, RB
, Minnesota

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 30 Points

Carolina has been the biggest defensive surprise of the season and its front seven more than makes up for the abysmal secondary they trot out every week. Peterson will have his work cut out for him against the seventh-best run defense. And with Matt Cassel as his quarterback, temper your expectations.

Reggie Bush, RB
, Detroit

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 18 Points

Not to beat a dead horse, but Cleveland has a great defense. Cleveland is allowing just as many yards on the ground as Carolina and Bush isn’t nearly as good as Adrian Peterson.

Brandon Pettigrew, TE
, Detroit

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 12 Points

Pettigrew stinks. I’d drop him and pick up Ed Dickson.

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