Fantasy Football Week 6 Recap

Cory Parson, Staff Writer

Detriot’s Matthew Stafford lit up the Chicago defense this Sunday, scoring an NFL leading 56.65 while throwing four touchdowns. Also, DeAndre Hopkins of the Houston Texans scored 38.80 points against the Jaguars, leading all receivers and running backs. Hopkins exceeds expectations on a weekly basis and is a must-have in all leagues.

In a surprise effort, Packers backup running back James Starks racked up 29.7 points coming off the bench for a struggling Eddie Lacy.

On the other hand Green Bay’s Randall Cobb scored a measly 5.8 points, being outscored by two other receivers and their running back. Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson laid an egg on Sunday, only running for 40 yards and scoring less than 6 fantasy points in total against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

At the end of the day, not many surprises have happened this week in fantasy. Big time players continue to be the stars while inconsistent, less-than-stellar players still struggle to make a big splash in the NFL.