Fantasy football Week 6 in 2011 could have been a great week – or a not-so-great week – depending on what players you have for Week 6 fantasy football, and what your fantasy football team’s numbers looked like for this week. Whether you are in a fantasy football league where your numbers carry on for an entire season, or you are in a fantasy football league that starts and ends just for that week, your fantasy football Week 6 rankings depend on how well your NFL team members did on the gridiron this week. So let’s take a look at the fantasy football Week 6 numbers.
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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw for 383 yards and one touchdown but had three interceptions in a loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in fantasy football Week 6. So if you happen to be a Saints fan, and you also had Brees on your fantasy football team, it could be both a good and a bad week for you, as far as your various rooting interests. The same goes if you have Brees on your fantasy football team, but you root for Tampa Bay.
In Week 6 fantasy football, the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers threw for 310 yards and three TDs in a win over the St. Louis Rams. The Packers have an undefeated year so far, and Rodgers is already being discussed as a possible National Football League Most Valuable Player candidate. Rodgers is helping fantasy football Week 6 rankings for those who have him – and warming Packers’ fans hearts as well.
Oakland Raiders star Jason Campbell broke his collarbone and is probably done for the year. So if you have him on your fantasy football team, now is the time to bid him a sad goodbye, and find a replacement.
After missing last week with a hamstring injury, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Rashard Mendenhall had his first 100-yard rushing game of the year in fantasy football Week 6, finishing with 146 yards and a score in a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
During Week 6 fantasy football, the Atlanta Falcons’ Michael Turner ran for 139 yards and two TDs in a win over the Carolina Panthers, positively affecting fantasy football Week 6 rankings.
The Dallas Cowboys’ Felix Jones suffered a high ankle sprain and will miss a few weeks. Put him on your injury list if you have a season-long fantasy league team.
The Cleveland Browns’ Peyton Hillis injured a hamstring in fantasy football Week 6 and could miss some time.
The Baltimore Ravens’ Anquan Boldin had eight catches for 132 yards in a win over the Houston Texans.
New Orleans’ Jimmy Graham had his fourth straight 100-yard game, tying the NFL record for tight ends. Sweet if you have him on your fantasy football team.
During fantasy football Week 6, you may have had some ups, and some downs, but if you had the right players, you could have something to cheer about this week. If not, maybe it’s time to make some changes before the fantasy football playoffs begin.