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Hopefully you survived the carnage as we’re forced to press on.We’re also starting the bye weeks, so make sure you get all of your Falcons, Broncos, Saints and Washington players out of lineups.Kearse is more of the reception floor play while Anderson has higher yardage upside and Cleveland has allowed a top-24 scorer in every game this season), Josh Mc Cown (it's a rough week for quarterbacks on bye weeks and streamers are thin this week, while Mc Cown draws a matchup against a team that has allowed 27.8 points to Jacoby Brissett and 28.3 points to Andy Dalton over the past two weeks), Isaiah Crowell (he’s not an easy play at this point as he’s yet to turn in a week over RB26 and has just 14.8 total points over the past three weeks, but if you can’t use him with Cleveland as a rare home favorite against a team that has allowed 175 rushing yards or more in three of their four games, when will you ever use him?

I encourage that you use the game by game tables and data points here in conjunction with the Start/Sit column posted weekly by Nick Mensio, Pat Daugherty’s rankings in the Goal Line Stand, Evan Silva’s Matchup’s column, Ray Summerlin's Waiver Wired and most importantly, your own information and thought process. With that out of the way, let’s hit all the Week 5 games with a PPR light…

Eventually.), Travis Kelce (he’s gone over 100-yards eight times since the start of last year, tied with Julio Jones for the most in the league while he’s gone over 100-yards in two of his three career games versus Houston) Bust: Ryan Griffin (he’s not the type of player who can do a lot on little opportunity while the Chiefs have allowed just 13 receptions the Eagles, Chargers and Washington tight ends since Eric Berry’s injury) Reasonable Return: Deshaun Watson (the Chiefs are not the Patriots or Titans, but this game is at home and Watson has added 25 rushing points to his totals over the past three weeks while Kansas city has allowed 55 rushing yards to Carson Wentz and 38 to Kirk Cousins to start the year), Alex Smith (he’s hit 15 plus points in every game this season and in six straight games going back to last year), Will Fuller (the touchdowns are going to draw more attention than the four catches for 35 yards will justify, but he did have 4-104 in this same matchup a year ago with Brock Osweiler), Lamar Miller (his 131 yards from scrimmage last week were just the third time in 12 games that he’s hit the century mark in a game, but he’s averaged 19.6 touches per game over that span), Tyreek Hill (he’s become the volatile producer we assumed he’d be once his touchdown rates began to stabilize since he’s not a high target option, but we saw Houston struggle to contain the one true speed receiver they faced so far on the season in Brandin Cooks) Vikings @ Bears Trust: Stefon Diggs (he still turned in 5-98 last week when Keenum was a dud and the Bears have been hit hard by lead receivers the past three weeks, allowing top-8 weeks to Mike Evans, Antonio Brown and Jordy Nelson) Bust: Adam Thielen (he has five catches in every game Keenum has started, but has turned those into WR52, WR29 and WR47 weeks.

Until Sam Bradford returns, he’s more of a flex option), Kyle Rudolph (maybe we’ll see his passing usage climb if Minnesota struggles to run the ball after losing Dalvin Cook, but until that happens, we must keep holding him out), Case Keenum (the carriage turned back into a pumpkin real fast against a healthy defense), Mitchell Trubisky (a rookie quarterback making his first career start versus a Mike Zimmer-led defense), Tarik Cohen (his usage has steadily declined and while it may revert back to the opening two weeks with the quarterback change, we’re in a holding pattern with forcing him above hopeful flex status), CHI pass catchers (as mentioned with Trubisky, this is a rough spot to have any true expectations for production from the passing attack) Reasonable Return: Latavius Murray (he played 19 snaps to just six for Jerick Mc Kinnon after Cook exited the game.

The rub for a matchup-driven breakout like Cam had a week ago is that Cutler needs Mariota to play so Miami doesn’t nurse him through the game), Jarvis Landry (this sets up as a game for Parker to hit big, but Landry is still in play and has at least six catches in each game), Jay Ajayi (I would treat Ajayi as an RB2 going forward since Miami has consistently played behind on the scoreboard and Ajayi has two or fewer catches in eight of his previous 11 games, which is why his floor is lower than most workhorse runners.

If Mariota sits, then Miami should be able to keep Ajayi active in their first home game of the season, but Tennessee has yet to allow a rusher to hit 80 yards on the ground) Cardinals @ Eagles Trust: Zach Ertz (he’s been a top-10 scorer in every game no matter the matchup and has eight or more targets in every game).

I encourage that you use the game by game tables and data points here in conjunction with the Start/Sit column posted weekly by Nick Mensio, Pat Daugherty’s rankings in the Goal Line Stand, Evan Silva’s Matchup’s column, Ray Summerlin's Waiver Wired and most importantly, your own information and thought process. With that out of the way, let’s hit all the Week 5 games with a PPR light…

Eventually.), Travis Kelce (he’s gone over 100-yards eight times since the start of last year, tied with Julio Jones for the most in the league while he’s gone over 100-yards in two of his three career games versus Houston) Bust: Ryan Griffin (he’s not the type of player who can do a lot on little opportunity while the Chiefs have allowed just 13 receptions the Eagles, Chargers and Washington tight ends since Eric Berry’s injury) Reasonable Return: Deshaun Watson (the Chiefs are not the Patriots or Titans, but this game is at home and Watson has added 25 rushing points to his totals over the past three weeks while Kansas city has allowed 55 rushing yards to Carson Wentz and 38 to Kirk Cousins to start the year), Alex Smith (he’s hit 15 plus points in every game this season and in six straight games going back to last year), Will Fuller (the touchdowns are going to draw more attention than the four catches for 35 yards will justify, but he did have 4-104 in this same matchup a year ago with Brock Osweiler), Lamar Miller (his 131 yards from scrimmage last week were just the third time in 12 games that he’s hit the century mark in a game, but he’s averaged 19.6 touches per game over that span), Tyreek Hill (he’s become the volatile producer we assumed he’d be once his touchdown rates began to stabilize since he’s not a high target option, but we saw Houston struggle to contain the one true speed receiver they faced so far on the season in Brandin Cooks) Vikings @ Bears Trust: Stefon Diggs (he still turned in 5-98 last week when Keenum was a dud and the Bears have been hit hard by lead receivers the past three weeks, allowing top-8 weeks to Mike Evans, Antonio Brown and Jordy Nelson) Bust: Adam Thielen (he has five catches in every game Keenum has started, but has turned those into WR52, WR29 and WR47 weeks.

Until Sam Bradford returns, he’s more of a flex option), Kyle Rudolph (maybe we’ll see his passing usage climb if Minnesota struggles to run the ball after losing Dalvin Cook, but until that happens, we must keep holding him out), Case Keenum (the carriage turned back into a pumpkin real fast against a healthy defense), Mitchell Trubisky (a rookie quarterback making his first career start versus a Mike Zimmer-led defense), Tarik Cohen (his usage has steadily declined and while it may revert back to the opening two weeks with the quarterback change, we’re in a holding pattern with forcing him above hopeful flex status), CHI pass catchers (as mentioned with Trubisky, this is a rough spot to have any true expectations for production from the passing attack) Reasonable Return: Latavius Murray (he played 19 snaps to just six for Jerick Mc Kinnon after Cook exited the game.

The rub for a matchup-driven breakout like Cam had a week ago is that Cutler needs Mariota to play so Miami doesn’t nurse him through the game), Jarvis Landry (this sets up as a game for Parker to hit big, but Landry is still in play and has at least six catches in each game), Jay Ajayi (I would treat Ajayi as an RB2 going forward since Miami has consistently played behind on the scoreboard and Ajayi has two or fewer catches in eight of his previous 11 games, which is why his floor is lower than most workhorse runners.

If Mariota sits, then Miami should be able to keep Ajayi active in their first home game of the season, but Tennessee has yet to allow a rusher to hit 80 yards on the ground) Cardinals @ Eagles Trust: Zach Ertz (he’s been a top-10 scorer in every game no matter the matchup and has eight or more targets in every game).

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