Here are your Top 10 Starts for NFL Week 6.


Jason Campbell: Fresh off of two great performances by Campbell the Redskins have the Rams coming to town. The Rams secondary is giving up 245 pass yards per game and ranks last in the NFL in Points allowed. The Redskins West coast offense is clicking so expect Campbell to have a big day.

Jay Cutler: Jacksonville's pass defense ranks 25th in the league and they will be playing in a hostile Denver environment. Cutler has already proved he can put up big numbers and with a shaky secondary coming to town expect Cutler to go for 300 yards and multiple TD's.

Wide Receivers

Randy Moss: Moss finally had a big play last week to provide some quick relief for owners but with San Diego coming up next Moss could have a huge day. The SD secondary ranks last in the NFL is pass yards per game and they are horrible against the deep ball.

Greg Jennings: Jennings is one of the premier wide receivers in all of fantasy but this week they go to Seattle who cannot stop anyone it seems. Jennings could easily go for 120 yards and 2 Teeders but expect a big game no matter what.

Running Backs

Adrian Peterson: Fresh off a less than stellar performance on Monday night the Vikes run into north division rival Detroit who cannot stop anyone. Expect AP to have a great bounce back game and reward owners who may have fell short with his less than stellar Monday night performance last week.

Clinton Portis: Portis has been a beast for the Redskins this year without the flash that go along with some other elite running backs. With struggling St. Louis coming to town Portis should be in line for another 100 yard game with a few Teeders.

Tight Ends

Chris Cooley: Cooley has been warming up and if the Rams Defense has a chance they will double team Moss and force the Redskins to move the ball slowly which plays well for Cooley to have a big week.

Zach Miller: Millers leads Oakland in receptions, yards and Teeders from a receiving standpoint. Fresh off a bye week expect Miller to get a lot of looks going up against the Saints Defense who couldn't stop Gus Frerotte last week in order to win the game.


Ronnie Brown: Brown seems to have gotten back to his 2007 self in which he was the best R in fantasy through the first 8 weeks. With Houston on the schedule expect their unorthodox formations to once again give Brown a 100 yard and multi-TD game.

Terrell Owens: Owens had a nice week last week against a decent Cincy secondary and this week get Arizona who ranks 21st in the league in points allowed. Arizona struggles to defend the deep ball so expect Owens to have a few opportunities to get the big play

Author: Jeff Dowell
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