Monday - Oct 26, 2020



Here are the recommended grabs for Week 6:


Blake Bortles, JAC

Bortles has been shooting wild styles the last couple weeks.  He’s maturing into a reliable QB2 with QB1 upside a solid bet.

Brian Hoyer, HOU

Hoyer should be in the conversation to start after Mallet’s miserable performance.  He is a low end QB2 in bye weeks.  I wrote this last week.  I played him this week.  He is the starter if it helps you.

Matt Cassel, DAL

Weeden didn’t lose them the game, but they lost the game.  Cassel will get some time soon.  Again, wrote that last week.  Now it happens.

Everyone is jumping on West and he is a must own, but Knile Davis will contribute as well.  They are likely to split time and produce at the RB2 level unless West asserts himself early and seizes the role.
Riddick is the receiving target in the panic mode offense which Detroit will have to play every week based on empirical data.  He won’t be a world beater but he is a solid flex.
The theme here is backs who put up receiver numbers and have high floors as we enter bye week flex emergencies.  McFadden will get the passing back role for a team that will have to play from behind with QBs who love to check down.
The health of Royal is less important now that Wilson went out and produced a 6 for 85 with a TD line.  He will occupy the Bears starting spot opposite Jeffery once Jeffery returns and will run as the #1 target for now.
Huff has a low floor, but as he showed today he has a high ceiling.  He will get enough targets to make him a bye week replacement.
Strong only had two targets – but all he does is catch touchdowns.  After seeing his physical dominance and clutch game performance the Texans will have to give him more time.  He could evolve into a WR3 over the next few weeks.  His ceiling is unlimited.
Tamme had 8 catches and is drawing targets in a very potent offense.  He will be a middling TE2 worthy of bye week replacement starts.
Julius Thomas was abysmal in his first game, but he will take off in the next few weeks.  Snap him up when his owner dumps him.
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Dish Adams is formerly the Publisher of Fantasy Insights, the original Premium Fantasy Football Reports on the Internet founded in 1994. Dish has hosted fantasy segments for both NBC Television and Sporting News Radio in Los Angeles, and famously beat Bloomberg's Decision Maker Machine in a season long sit/start battle, promptly resulting in his removal from Bloomberg TV. Dish made headlines in 2013 when he qualified for the Million Dollar Finals for Draft Street, ultimately finishing 7th out of over 50,000 entrants and bagging a cool $20,000 at the Lagasse Stadium in Vegas. Dish serves as Editor-In-Chief of the VIP reports and as the Cruise Director for Fantasy Sharks VIP Member Services.