The Houston Texans have a player or two that should be starters in fantasy football, but who else stands out in the NFL for Week 6?
DeAndre Hopkins is the quiet leader of the Houston Texans and in fantasy football he’s also one of the best as well, especially Sunday as the Texans face the Buffalo Bills in Week 6 with Houston looking to gain their third win of the season.
Hopkins is just one player who should gain consideration of being started in any type of fantasy league, that includes dynasty, daily, PPR or non-PPR. Basically if Hopkins is on your roster, start the Texans’ wide receiver, but more on him later.
Also for the Texans don’t forget about Deshaun Watson, Will Fuller and even as a sleeper Keke Coutee against the Bills as the potential for a good points day is on the horizon for Houston. It might be smart to stay away from running backs Lamar Miller and Alfred Blue because they not only share time, but neither have taken over a game yet this season, but we’ll see if that changes Week 6.
Not just with the Texans, there are some players in the NFL this week should have big games at varying positions, especially at wide receiver as Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is really due for a game where he scores a touchdown or two. Jones has no touchdowns this season, and playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in an early game is it crazy to say Jones is a fantasy football sleeper just for the fact of the type of season he’s had thus far in 2018?
Listed ahead are players to start at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end and defense that could really help your fantasy football roster on Sunday. The Texans have a good matchup for Week 6 in facing the Bills, but who else could have good days on the field that could equal success in the fantasy football world?