Week 6: Sit, Start and Sleepers

Our weekly analysis into the undervalued players in Fantasy Football. We look deep into the waiver wire and your bench to find players who are being overlooked.

Using our Ownership / Sit Start Report we are able to find undervalued fantasy football players for week 6. Here is our findings...

Joe Flacco vs CHI

  • We realized Joe is not the sexiest pick in the world...
  • He is only averaging around 9-10 fantasy points per week
  • But vs Chicago provides a nice steam opportunity.
  • The Bear's defense is in the middle of the pack vs the pass, allowing 15 points per game to opposing QBs
  • If you have Andy Dalton or Dak Prescott...look to your waiver wire and Joe Flacco for a spot start

Marqise Lee vs LAR

  • Marqise's fantasy production has not been consistent in 2017...
  • But...he remains a key part of the Jacksonville offense.
  • Analyzing the wide receiver target totals...Marqise continues to get volume looks raking up 30 targets so far in 2017.
  • Currently, Marqise is only started in about 1% of leagues...
  • Considering his role in the offense, this number is very low.
  • Look to Marqise if you have your wideouts are on a bye (Dez, AJ Green, Baldwin...)
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