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We’ve had to manage our Fantasy rosters a little different this year as a result of COVID-19, and four teams have already had an impromptu bye week between Pittsburgh and Tennessee in Week 4 and Denver and New England in Week 5. But now the depth of your Fantasy roster will be tested with four more teams on a bye in the same scoring period as New Orleans, Seattle, Las Vegas and the Chargers are all off in Week 6.
That means no Russell Wilson, Drew Brees, Justin Herbert or Derek Carr. You won’t have Alvin Kamara, Chris Carson, Josh Jacobs or Justin Jackson. You can’t start Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf, Henry Ruggs, Emmanuel Sanders or Michael Thomas. And Darren Waller, Hunter Henry, Jared Cook and Greg Olsen are getting a mini vacation.
Along with several major injuries, including the season-ending ankle injury for Dak Prescott, we have many Fantasy managers scrambling. But hopefully you’ve prepared for this and are ready to compete. As always, we’re here to help.
We have all the starts and sits you need to make your lineup competitive, as well as some sleepers you might not have considered. This will hopefully be a week where some of those backup options you’ve stashed on your bench come to play, and one in particular could be huge in Minnesota since Dalvin Cook (adductor strain) is expected to be out.
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