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Who are the top options to consider for your starting lineups at the WR position this week? The PFN fantasy team came together to break everything down going into Week 6!

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Which WRs Should You Start in Fantasy Football?

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1) Tyreek Hill | MIA (vs. CAR)
2) Cooper Kupp | LAR (vs. ARI)
3) Stefon Diggs | BUF (vs. NYG)
4) Ja’Marr Chase | CIN (vs. SEA)
5) Davante Adams | LV (vs. NE)
6) Keenan Allen | LAC (vs. DAL)
7) A.J. Brown | PHI (at NYJ)
8) CeeDee Lamb | DAL (at LAC)
9) Jaylen Waddle | MIA (vs. CAR)
10) Amon-Ra St. Brown | DET (at TB)
11) Chris Olave | NO (at HOU)
12) Puka Nacua | LAR (vs. ARI)
13) DJ Moore | CHI (vs. MIN)
14) DK Metcalf | SEA (at CIN)
15) Calvin Ridley | JAX (vs. IND)
16) DeVonta Smith | PHI (at NYJ)
17) Brandon Aiyuk | SF (at CLE)
18) Deebo Samuel | SF (at CLE)
19) Michael Pittman Jr. | IND (at JAX)
20) Christian Kirk | JAX (vs. IND)
21) Zay Flowers | BAL (at TEN)
22) Adam Thielen | CAR (at MIA)
23) Chris Godwin | TB (vs. DET)
24) Marquise Brown | ARI (at LAR)
25) Nico Collins | HOU (vs. NO)

26) Tyler Lockett | SEA (at CIN)
27) Jakobi Meyers | LV (vs. NE)
28) Jordan Addison | MIN (at CHI)
29) Amari Cooper | CLE (vs. SF)
30) Terry McLaurin | WAS (at ATL)
31) DeAndre Hopkins | TEN (vs. BAL)
32) Gabe Davis | BUF (vs. NYG)
33) Jerry Jeudy | DEN (at KC)
34) Garrett Wilson | NYJ (vs. PHI)
35) Tee Higgins | CIN (vs. SEA)
36) Courtland Sutton | DEN (at KC)
37) Rashee Rice | KC (vs. DEN)
38) Joshua Palmer | LAC (vs. DAL)
39) Michael Thomas | NO (at HOU)
40) Josh Downs | IND (at JAX)
41) Drake London | ATL (vs. WAS)
42) Mike Evans | TB (vs. DET)
43) Curtis Samuel | WAS (at ATL)
44) K.J. Osborn | MIN (at CHI)
45) Josh Reynolds | DET (at TB)
46) Tutu Atwell | LAR (vs. ARI)
47) Elijah Moore | CLE (vs. SF)
48) Robert Woods | HOU (vs. NO)
49) Wan’Dale Robinson | NYG (at BUF)
50) Tyler Boyd | CIN (vs. SEA)

51) Jahan Dotson | WAS (at ATL)
52) Rashid Shaheed | NO (at HOU)
53) Michael Wilson | ARI (at LAR)
54) Quentin Johnston | LAC (vs. DAL)
55) Brandin Cooks | DAL (at LAC)
56) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | SEA (at CIN)
57) DJ Chark | CAR (at MIA)
58) Michael Gallup | DAL (at LAC)
59) Marvin Mims Jr. | DEN (at KC)
60) Kendrick Bourne | NE (at LV)
61) Jonathan Mingo | CAR (at MIA)
62) Skyy Moore | KC (vs. DEN)
63) DeVante Parker | NE (at LV)
64) Allen Lazard | NYJ (vs. PHI)
65) Darnell Mooney | CHI (vs. MIN)
66) Nick Westbrook-Ikhine | TEN (vs. BAL)
67) Kalif Raymond | DET (at TB)
68) Darius Slayton | NYG (at BUF)
69) Rondale Moore | ARI (at LAR)
70) Jameson Williams | DET (at TB)
71) Trey Palmer | TB (vs. DET)
72) Kadarius Toney | KC (vs. DEN)
73) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | KC (vs. DEN)
74) Braxton Berrios | MIA (vs. CAR)
75) Justin Watson | KC (vs. DEN)

76) Zay Jones | JAX (vs. IND)
77) Alec Pierce | IND (at JAX)
78) Jalin Hyatt | NYG (at BUF)
79) Nelson Agholor | BAL (at TEN)
80) Mack Hollins | ATL (vs. WAS)
81) Isaiah Hodgins | NYG (at BUF)
82) Parris Campbell | NYG (at BUF)
83) JuJu Smith-Schuster | NE (at LV)
84) Trenton Irwin | CIN (vs. SEA)
85) Ty Montgomery II | NE (at LV)
86) Rashod Bateman | BAL (at TEN)
87) Terrace Marshall Jr. | CAR (at MIA)
88) Odell Beckham Jr. | BAL (at TEN)
89) Hunter Renfrow | LV (vs. NE)
90) Brandon Johnson | DEN (at KC)
91) Demario Douglas | NE (at LV)
92) Donovan Peoples-Jones | CLE (vs. SF)
93) Deonte Harty | BUF (vs. NYG)
94) Brandon Powell | MIN (at CHI)
95) Laviska Shenault Jr. | CAR (at MIA)

The Top WRs To Start in Week 6

Christian Kirk, Jacksonville Jaguars

Analysis by Jason Katz | The Indianapolis Colts have made a habit of getting torched by opposing teams’ WR1s. Despite Calvin Ridley’s resurgence last week, I still believe that man to be Christian Kirk for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Kirk is averaging 14 PPG, still slightly ahead of Ridley. He now gets a Colts defense allowing the ninth-most PPG to wide receivers.

As if the overall numbers aren’t favorable enough, the Colts allow the sixth-most PPG to the slot, which is where Kirk primarily operates. This is a nice spot for both Jaguars receivers. Get Kirk into lineups.

Puka Nacua, Los Angeles Rams

Analysis by Kyle Soppe | Kupp was fully unleashed last week, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at Nacua’s usage stats. He was on the field for every single snap, and he was earning targets at a high level — what else is new?

  • Weeks 1-4: 32.5% target share
  • Week 5: 32.4% target share

Nacua, not Kupp, was the target of Stafford’s first pass last week, and the 22-yard designed fade was a thing of beauty to get him into the end zone. I don’t think he will be this productive (7-71-1) on a consistent basis next to Kupp, but it was nice to see proof of concept.

Nacua slides in nicely into the low-WR2 tier for me, alongside fellow second options on their own team in Tyler Lockett and Christian Kirk.

Fantasy Start/Sit: Every Game, Every Player

Looking to get more advice for this week’s action? PFN Fantasy Analyst Kyle Soppe has analyzed every fantasy-relevant player in every game this week. Use the table below to find the matchup you’re looking for.

Prefer to read every matchup all at once? Check out our Week 5 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.

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