Watch Now: Waiver Wire: QB’s (7:43)
The consensus view in Week 6 will be that Ryan Fitzpatrick is the top streaming option at quarterback. And even after what happened in Week 4 against Seattle, I won’t disagree with that. Fitzpatrick is the No. 13 quarterback on the season and has a matchup against a very bad Jets defense. Unless the Dolphins defense and running backs score all the touchdowns, Fitzpatrick should be a cinch for a good game. But he’s also already rostered in 43% of leagues, so let’s talk about someone more interesting — The Red Rifle.
Andy Dalton will take over for the Dallas Cowboys after Dak Prescott’s devastating ankle injury. And in terms of Fantasy situation, he couldn’t ask for much more. His weaponry is arguably the best in the league and his defense is atrocious. But what about Dalton himself?
Admittedly, Dalton was not very good in 2019. But his top receivers were Tyler Boyd, Auden Tate and John Ross. That’s not exactly the same thing as Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup. In 2018 Dalton played eight full games with A.J. Green (back when Green was good) and threw for 2,102 yards and 17 touchdowns. He was a top 12 Fantasy quarterback at the mid-point of the season. for most of his career before that Dalton was a mid-range QB2 (except for 2013 when he finished as the No. 5 quarterback in Fantasy. In six of his nine seasons in Cincinnati he finished