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Fantasy Football: Week 6 Must Sits

Another interesting Week 6 Must Sits list where a few big names find themselves taking a seat at the end of the bench. The short list below of guys you may be thinking of starting but I advise otherwise is filled with players with all different levels of success this season. Check out the list below of 1 QB, 1 RB and 1 WR I recommend as must sits although you probably want to start them.

Remember, what I say doesn’t have to be the decision you make. Just use this as a guide on guys you may want to avoid or think twice about starting. If you have a better option on your bench or even on the waiver wire then avoid these guys at all cost. You could always leave them in your lineup and then next week brag to me how you were right and I was wrong.

Let me add that this advice is for your fantasy league lineups. When it comes to DFS these guys may be usable if their salary prices make sense.



Cam Newton, QB, Panthers

Cam vs the Seahawks. It should be fun to watch, but I’d rather not be the guy starting Cam Newton. The Panthers have no WR’s to the point where Ginn is the leading WR up until this point. TE Olsen may be Cam’s one saving grace as we have seen TE’s beat the Seahawks like Eifert did last week. The problem with Cam is I have zero faith in his offense, which if I don’t believe in his offense this week, then I can’t believe in him. Hopefully you found an alternative option for this week.
(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

C.J. Anderson, RB, Broncos

If I could put CJ on this list every week, I would. It almost feels like he has graced these here articles more than a couple times and deservedly so. Anderson hasn’t flashed not even one week of good football, so the fact that anyone has the heart to start him is beyond me. He’s playing the Browns this week and everyone says this is his chance, I disagree. If I had him on my team I would attempt to trade him to anyone who still believed in him. If I couldn’t find a trade partner then I would drop him for a different RB who I could actually expect production from off the waiver wire.


Jeremy Maclin, WR, Chiefs

Maclin has been playing well as of late and even ended the Chiefs drought of no TD’s to WR’s recently. The loss of Jamaal Charles cannot be overlooked here and only be related to a RB problem. Charles being gone for the year effects the entire offense, including Maclin. Alex Smith has one less weapon for the defense to worry about and so defenses will be able to clamp down on Maclin a little more. If West & Davis can hold down the RB job then it might help Maclin’s case but for now I will stay away. Let the Chiefs show they can still get the ball to Maclin even with Charles out before you put him back as a Week  6 Must Start.
Do you disagree with our list of must-starts? Are we missing a player you feel deserves to be on the list more then the players above? Let us know in the comment section below.

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