Chris Sweet - Senior Fantasy Analyst: The Wagner Wire Week 6 is in the books and here's what I learned. 69 times. The Steelers are going to get every ounce of production that they can from Le'veon Bell this year. I do not believe he will be a Steeler next year. Antonio Brown is the best WR I’ve seen since Jerry Rice. Only Amari Cooper has been a bigger bust than Martavis Bryant at the WR position. The Browns still don’t have a QB. Copy and pasted every year since 1999. Joe Flacco is tough to watch. It’s really hard to put any Ravens in your lineup right now besides their Defense. Andy Dalton is available in some leagues and should
Degenerates, Here we are, back again for another week in the NFL. Just gonna drop a little info and maybe help get your wheels turning. Mike Evans/WR/Bucs So far this year Evans hasn't produced near the numbers he did last year. However, Tampa is coming off a bye week and gets the Skins this week. Extra prep time from the bye should have allowed Evans and Winston to get on the same page. Not to mention...last year Evans took the Skins secondary "to the woodshed" going for 200+yards and 2 TDS Chris Boswell/K/Steelers I know, I know....a kicker? Look, I think Kickers should stick to soccer but they can play a pivotal role in your FF wins/loses. Maybe you have McMannus on bye this week?
Chris Sweet: Senior Fantasy Analyst – The Wagner Wire Wagner Wire Nation it's time again for your Sweet Fantasy to hit you off with some value. We are settling in to the NFL season now and trends are developing. Everyone should have a better idea of what each team is going to give you from week to week and that makes it harder to find bargains that will produce. We've seen significant bumps in guys that this column has touted in the early weeks. Some of the options I listed this week are strictly gpp plays like all 3 QBs but some are almost better as cash games like a few of the RBs. Quarterbacks Landry Jones $5,100 DK/$10,500 FDraft/$6,000 FD Assuming Big Ben can't