Remember a couple weeks ago, when I needed a big night from a few Oakland Raiders? I needed Derek Carr to come up big and Michael Crabtree, who had been lighting up Fantasy scoreboards, to have a decent game? I needed like seven points to win and it all fell flat.
Well, this past week, the stage was set again for Sunday Night Football on NBC. However, this time I was way off the mark to finish first. To be really honest, I was in dead last place with (again) three players heading into primetime on Sunday night. I had DeShaun Watson at QB, Tyreek Hill at WR and Travis Kelce at TE. Yes, the same Travis Kelce that scored all of 0.6 points for me in Week 3. I forgive and forget quite quickly. I figured I wouldn’t finish in last place with those three, but I had no idea I would the winner for the week.
So, we enter Week 6 now, and I am going with the lineup below. I’m planning to ride Watson for a second week against the Cleveland Browns and their 20th ranked passing defense.
Todd Gurley is playing the 31st ranked rushing defense in the league on Sunday. He was shut down against Seattle. I think Mr. Gurley goes off on Sunday against Jacksonville.
Check out the rest of my lineup below. I am on the fence about this group. But the bright spot? I don’t have one single player playing Sunday Night Football. I will know whether I'm a winner when the 4 PM games are over.
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