Week 5 Rankings

Week 5 quarterbacks
RK
player
Opp
1
Russell Wilson
MINIMUM
2
Dak Prescott
NYG
3
Josh Allen
@TEN
4th
Patrick Mahomes
LV
5
Lamar Jackson
CIN
6th
Kyler Murray
@ NYJ
7th
Deshaun Watson
JAC
8th
Matt Ryan
DARE
9
Drew Brees
LAC
10
Ben Roethlisberger
PHI
11
Joe Burrow
@BAL
12th
Teddy Bridgewater
@ATL
13
Gardner Minshew
@HOU
14th
Kirk cousins
@SEA
fifteen
Tom Brady
@ CHI
16
Ryan Tannehill
BUF
17th
Jared Goff
@WAR
18th
Justin Herbert
@NO
19th
Derek Carr
@KC
20th
Ryan Fitzpatrick
@ SF
21st
Jimmy Garoppolo
MIA
22nd
Baker Mayfield
IND
23
Daniel Jones
@ Dal
24
Philip Rivers
@CLE
25th
Carson Wentz
@PIT
26th
Kyle Allen
LA
27
Nick Foles
TB
28
Brian Hoyer
THE
29
Joe Flacco
ARI
30th
Brett Rypien
@NE
QB Notes: Chef Russell Wilson will experience no resistance from a Viking pass guard, which allows 292 yards per game and 8.6 yards per try. ... Dak Prescott is on pace for 6,760 meters. The single-season record is 5,477. The giants are * checks notes * no good. ... Josh Allen, # 2 in fantasy points per game, has got no less than three total points and found the end zone as a rusher in 3-of-4 competitions. If this game happens, the Titans affected by COVID will lose at least 10 players and get fit again with little practice in the past two weeks. It's another nuclear point for the league's best improved player. ... Lamar Jackson doesn't have a normal Sunday yet. 3 out of 4 weeks his team got up too big, too early to meet the expectations of the imagination. The fourth was the worst start in his career. The Bengals of all people could finally host a 60-minute competition, although the bookmakers disagree. ... Patrick Mahomes hasn't really made his move yet, and yet he's got 12 points and zero turnovers in four games. His only concern about Vegas will be that Jon Gruden's roster is not keeping the process tight enough.
The cardinals' temporary attack was rather unsightly. Kyler Murray is the QB4 on average due to its 32/264/4 rushing line. He couldn't find the end zone as a runner for the first time last week, but made up for it with 78 meters. The jets are an all systems go matchup. The first start of Desahun Watson's career without Bill O’Brien will be against a Jaguars Defense that spits out 261 yards per game and 8.4 yards per try. Watson is prepared for his first top 10 result since Week 1.… With his ailing receiving corps, Matt Ryan has touched down in two games. The Hawks desperately need a healthy Julio Jones (thigh) versus Calvin Ridley, but Jones' status looks shaky against the Panthers. Matt Rhule's defense was surprisingly strong compared to the pass, allowing for the third smallest QB Fantasy points, albeit against a nondescript list of quarterbacks. Julio's status makes Ryan sort of a week 5 wild card ... Obsessed with Drew Brees' failed eye tests, his stats remain okay, even though he's a distant 22nd on average fantasy points. Michael Thomas 'likely return against the Chargers' epically injured defenses will help.
Ben Roethlisberger, who did not have a healthy Diontae Johnson in Week 3, scored at least two points in all three appearances. The Eagles' defense bends but does not completely break. ... Joe Burrow hit 300 yards in three starts. It might take some garbage time to get there against the ravens, but this recipe worked for other signal callers as the ravens allow 270 weekly overtakes if they build large leads and then sit back in the second half. ... Tom Brady's receivers numbered 1 to 4 are all injured, while only the Colts allow fewer QB Fantasy points than the bears. Scotty Miller (groin, hip) will play. Mike Evans (Knuckles) is probably not far behind despite being a game call. Brady's five-point breakout in Week 4 averages him at QB8. ... I'm sorry to announce that it's a week from Kirk Cousins. With two established receivers, Cousins ​​receives a Seahawks Defense that enables a truly historic receiver production. Cousins ​​are guaranteed to get 30 tries for the first time in a competition where the Vikings have no choice but to throw.
"Ceiling" isn't exactly Teddy Bridgewater's thing, but a quarterback who currently has a pair of top 24 wideouts in D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson will definitely benefit from this against the Hawks. No pass defense would be worse without the Seahawks. The Falcons lead the league in terms of allowed air results (13). ... Gardner Minshew knew most of what to do with plus matchups and scored multiple points on 3-of-4 starts and over 300 yards on 2-of-4. He eventually got D.J. Chark leaves in week 4. His streamer appeal is dampened slightly by how light the Texans are on the ground. ... Jared Goff was barely allowed to throw beyond the limits of the crush and was a mega-bust of the 4th week against the lower giants. Fantasy managers hope for the floor instead of the ceiling against the soundly solid Washington Defense. ... will probably come back A.J. Brown, the Titans must let Ryan Tannehill open it up against the suddenly soaring bills. For Tanne, who actually had to attempt more than 37 passes in 2 of 3 starts, it won't be a long distance. Again, this is the case when the Titans are playing.
There wasn't that much difference between Joe Burrow and Justin Herbert. Better days may be ahead for the Saints' defense, but so far the seventh most QB Fantasy points have been given away. With the chargers defenses extremely injured, a shootout could develop. ... Derek Carr will throw 260 yards and two touchdowns against the Chiefs, nothing more, nothing less. … Ryan Fitzpatrick was a 4th week streamer's ball of air. Even in its diminished, injured state, the 49ers' defense gives up precious, little transitory production. ... The Browns scored 49 points and Baker Mayfield threw for 165 yards. To put another 219 meters in the shade, Mayfield has shown zero upside potential. … Carson Wentz has four touchdowns and seven picks in four starts and zero receivers. Carry on against the Steelers. … Philip Rivers has an average of 207 meters and four total points in the last three starts. It's not exactly difficult to see the Colts' intentions against the Browns. ... Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) appears on track to return. … Daniel Jones has been goalless in three consecutive starts and one of the worst players in football. Even the cowboys might have trouble fixing the problem. ... One thing we know about Kyle Allen? He's not afraid of directing goals to his # 1 recipient and running back. This is a nowhere experiment for Washington that fantasy gamers could benefit from.
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Week 5 running backs
RK
player
Opp
1
Alvin Kamara
LAC
2
Dalvin Cook
@SEA
3
Ezekiel Elliott
NYG
4th
Kareem Hunt
IND
5
Derrick Henry
BUF
6th
Josh Jacobs
@KC
7th
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
LV
8th
Mike Davis
@ATL
9
James Robinson
@HOU
10
Joe Mixon
@BAL
11
Chris Carson
MINIMUM
12th
James Conner
PHI
13
Jonathan Taylor
@CLE
14th
Miles Sanders
@PIT
fifteen
Todd Gurley
DARE
16
Ronald Jones
@ CHI
17th
Devin Singletary
@TEN
18th
Jerick McKinnon
MIA
19th
Melvin Gordon
@NE
20th
David Johnson
JAC
21st
Antonio Gibson
LA
22nd
Kenyan Drake
@ NYJ
23
David Montgomery
TB
24
Damien Harris
THE
25th
Myles Gaskin
@ SF
26th
Le'Veon Bell
ARI
27
Darrell Henderson
@WAR
28
Joshua Kelley
@NO
29
Latavius ​​Murray
LAC
30th
James White
THE
31
Devonta Freeman
@ Dal
32
Nyheim Hines
@CLE
33
D'Ernest Johnson
IND
34
Jeffery Wilson
MIA
35
Malcolm Brown
@WAR
36
Chase Edmonds
@ NYJ
37
Rex Burkhead
THE
38
Phillip Lindsay
@NE
39
Zack Moss
@TEN
40
Mark Ingram
CIN
41
Gus Edwards
CIN
42
J. D. McKissic
LA
43
Justin Jackson
@NO
44
Travis Homer
MINIMUM
45
J.K. Dobbins
CIN
46
Cam Akers
@WAR
47
Alexander Mattison
@SEA
48
Frank Gore
ARI
49
Wayne Gallman
@ Dal
50
Chris Thompson
@HOU
51
Duke Johnson
JAC
52
Boston Scott
@PIT
53
Ke'Shawn Vaughn
@ CHI
RB Notes: All you need to know about Alvin Kamara is that his week 4 was his lowest fantasy performance of the season with 119 yards and a score. Michael Thomas (Knuckles) potential return looms, but there is every reason to believe that Kamara remains the engine of week five of this crime. ... Finally the Cowboys are playing against a team that can't keep up in offensive pyrotechnics and will almost certainly rely on Ezekiel Elliott against the pathetic giants. ... The Seahawks are the most passed funnel defense in history, but Dalvin Cook, 311 meters in the last two games, fails to take his foot off the gas in a game with an otherworldly over / under of 57.5 . If nothing else, there will be no shortage of drives that run out near the goal line. ... D'Ernest Johnson's 95 yard week 4 recalled that Kareem Hunt may not necessarily be a 1-on-1 replacement for Nick Chubb. Nevertheless, we will not reconsider this. Hunt, a former top 3 fantasy player, is now the undisputed front runner for the most committed team from the AFC. Plug and play. For his part, Johnson is a desperate FLEX for teams trapped in a COVID / bye week. The Colts were among the nastiest teams in the league against the run, albeit against a soft schedule.
If Derrick Henry's team is actually playing, it will be against a Bills Run defense that caused some leaks before tightening against Josh Jacobs in Week 4. ... It's been a quiet two weeks for Josh Jacobs, now turning 12 Must face the Chiefs - point road outsiders. We can still hang our hats on the fact that the Raiders have no choice but to show off Jacobs while the ground remains the best place to get Andy Reid's defense. 20 touches remain firmly in play. … The 99 courses from Clyde Edwards-Helaire are not surprisingly the third among running backs. Unfortunately he is only tenth at RB receptions. In combination with his usual game on site, he only checks in as RB18 after average points in half of the PPR leagues. The Raiders have a chance to fix all of this. … James Robinson is 10th in the repatriation of receptions but 23rd in the routing. Three catches could be a better weekly forecast than the five he's averaged over the last two games. He crashes in this week's top 10 because he has almost no touch competition against a Texas defense and allows the fourth most RB Fantasy points. The Jags are underdogs with six points, an aggressive bet by Vegas on the Texans with no BOB.
Sticking to the RB routes / catches theme, Mike Davis is 21st and routes and third at receptions despite having only started two games. The pathetic hawks are allowed under two in RB catches as usual. Cheer him on. … Fifth on the tracks is Joe Mixon, whom you would never guess due to the dismay of the fantasy community over Giovani Bernard's “involvement”. Mixon made the best game ever this season to an foreboding matchup in the Ravens. Mixon needs to get ranked up after last week's explosion, but he's definitely going to need his hands in a competition where the Bengals are almost two touchdown street dogs. ... It was hard for me to distinguish between Chris Carson and James Conner this week. They are also big favorites (seven points) against equally desperate teams, but Vegas expects SEA / MIN 13 points more than PIT / PHI. I'll argue with Carson's scoring chances about Conner's sell-out obligations. … It was difficult to get a grip on Jonathan Taylor's use. As feared, his goals for week 1 have so far proven to be a mirage as he has drawn a total of five glances in the last three games. He's also made way too many changes for Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins. The Browns profile as the Colts' most competitive opponent in weeks, which will hopefully force the Colts street dog to lean more on their special rookie backs.
There's a good chance this is too small for Miles Sanders, but that was an odd use in Week 4 and it wasn't the flow. A Steelers team that has only played three games is currently classified as a top 2 run defense. ... Devin Singletary has proven himself worthy in Zack Moss' absence. His problems in week 5 are: Moss (toe) is likely to return, Josh Allen continues to rave about the goal line and most importantly, the game may not even play. … Leonard Fournette (ankle) and LeSean McCoy (ankle) are on the road for the Bucs. It all comes back to Ronald Jones, who handled 26 touches in week 4. ... Jerick McKinnon socially distanced himself from Jeff Wilson against the Eagles. The dolphins are much more forgiving on the ground. Raheem Mostert's (knee) health is a McKinnon joker card ... Back on the routes, only Ezekiel Elliott ran away more than David Johnson. Of course, Duke Johnson is back in the group now. Layups against Johnson against a Jags defense that gives a lot of them to run back would be an easy change for old / new player Tim Kelly. ... Antonio Gibson's 17 week 4 touches were a new career high. Now he's putting Kyle Allen in the middle, a gamer who knows a thing or two about how to run backwards.
The Kenyan Drake timeshare watch is officially battling for big games, offering nothing but passport catchers. … Le'Veon Bell (thigh) is back. There is no doubt that Joe Flacco (lol) will give him the ball 15 times. There is even less doubt that Bell will not do anything special with the work. … With Sony Michel (Quad) in the injured reserve, Damien Harris had one of the best games of all Pats in week 4. Cam Newton (COVID-19) is not returning in week 5, which means everything is on the plate of the ongoing game against the Broncos. The whims of Bill Belichick etc. Harris is the piece. ... Darrell Henderson ... canceled? Not good! Now Cam Akers (ribs) is returning to further cloud the water. This is a complete guess, but I give Henderson a 4th week mulligan after doing so good on weeks 2 and 3. ... This should be the coronation time for Joshua Kelley with Austin Ekeler (thigh) in the injured reserve. Instead, Kelley's consecutive weeks of fumbling have revived Justin Jackson, who is finally back from his quadruple ailment. Kelley deserves excitement and fear alike. Jackson should be 100 percent on the roster while we see how that turns out. ... No returning raven made 11 transmissions in a game. It doesn't matter how good the game scripts look on paper. None of Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins or Gus Edwards can be trusted as FLEX.
Week 5 Recipient
RK
player
Opp
1
Tyreek Hill
LV
2
DK Metcalf
MINIMUM
3
Amari Cooper
NYG
4th
Stefon Diggs
@TEN
5
Adam Thielen
@SEA
6th
DeAndre Hopkins
@ NYJ
7th
Calvin Ridley
DARE
8th
Michael Thomas
LAC
9
Tyler Lockett
MINIMUM
10
Terry McLaurin
LA
11
Allen Robinson
TB
12th
Keenan Allen
@NO
13
Robby Anderson
@ATL
14th
Mike Evans
@ CHI
fifteen
D.J. Moors
@ATL
16
DeVante Parker
@ SF
17th
Will Fuller
JAC
18th
Julio Jones
DARE
19th
Tyler Boyd
@BAL
20th
Odell Beckham
IND
21st
Cooper Coup
@WAR
22nd
Diontae Johnson
PHI
23
CeeDee lamb
NYG
24
Robert Woods
@WAR
25th
JuJu Smith-Cobbler
PHI
26th
D.J. Chark
@HOU
27
Justin Jefferson
@SEA
28
A.J. brown
BUF
29
Marquise Brown
CIN
30th
Jamison Crowder
ARI
31
Michael Gallup
NYG
32
Julian Edelman
THE
33
T.Y. Hilton
@CLE
34
Tea Higgins
@BAL
35
Hunter Renfrow
@KC
36
Jarvis Landry
IND
37
Scott Miller
@ CHI
38
John Brown
@TEN
39
Emmanuel Sanders
LAC
40
Sammy Watkins
LV
41
Brandon Aiyuk
MIA
42
Zach Pascal
@CLE
43
Tre'Quan Smith
LAC
44
Darius Slayton
@ Dal
45
Laviska Shenault
@HOU
46
Jerry Jeudy
@NE
47
A.J. green
@BAL
48
Russell Gage
DARE
49
Mecole Hardman
LV
50
Cole Beasley
@TEN
51
Curtis Samuel
@ATL
52
Randall Cobb
JAC
53
Deebo Samuel
MIA
54
Greg Ward
@PIT
55
Preston Williams
@ SF
56
Brandin is boiling
JAC
57
N'Keal Harry
THE
58
Darnell Mooney
TB
59
Keelan Cole
@HOU
60
Golden Tate
@ Dal
61
Christian Kirk
@ NYJ
62
Isaiah Ford
@ SF
63
Anthony Miller
TB
64
Damiere Byrd
THE
65
Kendrick Bourne
MIA
66
Andy Isabella
@ NYJ
WR Notes: Tyreek Hill does not have a 100 yard game yet. Still, he's the WR6 with average points in half of the PPR leagues. The powder keg will soon blow. Why not against Jon Grudens Raiders? … One place in front of Hill is DK Metcalf. This is despite the fact that Metcalf has not caught more than four passes yet. Somewhere in Metcalf's future there is an 8/220 explosion. The Vikings are another delicious opportunity. … Amari Cooper got nine receptions in 3 out of 4 games and never published fewer than six. The Cowboys finally have an opponent in the Giants who likely can't keep up, but betting against Cooper's volume is not recommended. … Similar to Cooper, Stefon Diggs scored 6/86 in 3-of-4 competitions. His concern in week 5 ... will this game actually take place? ... We saw two monsters by Adam Thielen and two guys. It's basically impossible to expect anything other than the former against a Seahawks defense that shed 500 yards more to wide receivers than any other team. ... Chris Godwin (thigh) is left out. Whether he's catching deep balls or converting alley-ups, Mike Evans will get his numbers on Thursday night football ... I wrote that before I learned Evans' ankle apparently has him as a game choice.
Week 4 for Calvin Ridley. Was it the ankle? Jaire Alexander? Julio Jones is out giving his teammate defensive attention? It was probably a little bit of everything. Julio (thigh) probably won't be back, but the Panthers don't have an Alexander to throw at Ridley. It's worth noting that Matt Rhule's defense tacitly allowed the seventh smallest WR Fantasy points. … DeAndre Hopkins wasn't good at playing the Panthers on one leg. Fortunately, he seemed to be avoiding kickbacks with his ankle. You don't really need both feet against the jets. This is a conservative rank based on Hopkins' health. ... Michael Thomas (ankle) seems ready to return on Monday evening for the battered chargers. Of course, we thought that too last week. ... Tyler Lockett had his first down game against the Dolphins. It's going to be really difficult to do that for a total of 57.5 on this matter. ... There are two Terry McLaurin variables for Week 5. The first is new QB Kyle Allen, who knew what to do (lock him up) with his # 1 recipient in Carolina. The second is shadow CB Jalen Ramsey, who was good if not erased. Terry's 387 yards is fifth among all players.
Keenan Allen has not drawn fewer than 10 goals in any of Justin Herbert's three starts. ... We keep hearing from D.J. Moore's target percentage (good) and air yards (even better), but Hayden Winks highlights his aDOT. Moore is targeted further down the field, resulting in harder looks. Meanwhile, Robby Anderson keeps turning his cheap thrills into big games. This may be the hasty judgment of a non-spreadsheet writer, but 25 percent of the season seems like enough time to acknowledge the reality that Anderson is the better fantasy bet right now. … The increasingly injured secondary school of the 49ers won't be able to stop DeVante Parker from devouring goals and simple receptions. ... Will Fuller had two quiet days and two 100 yard efforts. In other words, exactly what you should expect from Will Fuller. Scary bottom, but Fuller's ceiling holds him in the top 20.… Slot man Tyler Boyd is Joe Burrow's # 1 recipient and has been delivering at least 7/72 per game for week 1. We don't like to count garbage time as a fantasy formula, but it's almost impossible to see Boyd drawing fewer than eight looks in Baltimore.
Last week's run-aided explosion suddenly turned Odell Beckham into a top 12 wideout averaging half PPR points. Obviously, OBJ could make a few more rushes in Nick Chubb's absence. We can't count on that either. Beckham remains a WR2. ... You're likely getting whiplash from my dealings with Cooper Kupp / Robert Woods. What matters: 1. Lack of overall volume. Jared Goff is 21st in attempts. 2. Low quality fantasy targets. Goff's average intended air yards of 5.8 are most recently associated with Drew Brees. On average, Goff throws 2.4 meters behind the sticks, also the second lowest mark in football. 3. Too much target competition. Even on its limited volume, Goff spreads the ball over the entire formation. It's all conspiratorial to make lower-priced Kupp and Woods WR2s. … It has been 21 days since Diontae Johnson played a full game on Sunday. He achieved 10 goals in each of his 60 minute affairs. Darius Slay is a complicated factor for Week 5. Elsewhere in the Steelers' Recipient Corps, JuJu Smith-Schuster's overwhelming use reached 64th per distance between the distances in Weeks 1 through 3.
In a quarter of the season, CeeDee Lamb wins his battle with Michael Gallup for fantasy status # 2 behind Amari Cooper. Both have big play skills. Lamb will have easier ways to tap his out of the slot. ... I assumed - hoped - that the jaguars would be returning from their mini goodbye in week 3 when I realized they were more for D.J. Chark. They did, and the result was sure to be the best Jags-Passcatcher game of the season. Maybe not healthy in weeks 1 and 2 either, Chark can now hit the ground beneath his feet in an A + match with the Texans. ... Justin Jefferson blasts the intermediate steps of the field and is a real threat to his third 100-yard game in a row. ... What does Marquise Brown need to have a WR2 day? The answer is probably not a game where the Ravens are almost two touchdown favorites. Brown will have to get his numbers in the first half. ... Jamison Crowder is almost literally unnamed and will have little trouble absorbing checkdowns from Cpt. Checkdown Joe Flacco. ... If he's not already a WR3 every week, Tee is getting closer to Higgins. ... Henry Ruggs (knee) will likely return, but Hunter Renfrow will be the only raider in WR3 against Kansas City.
Week 5 tight ends
RK
player
Opp
1
Travis Kelce
LV
2
George Kittle
MIA
3
Mark Andrews
CIN
4th
Darren Waller
@KC
5
Hunter Henry
@NO
6th
Zach Ertz
@PIT
7th
Jonnu Smith
BUF
8th
Dalton Schultz
NYG
9
Evan Engram
@ Dal
10
Hayden Hurst
DARE
11
Tyler Higbee
@WAR
12th
Mike Gesicki
@ SF
13
Eric Ebron
PHI
14th
Greg Olsen
MINIMUM
fifteen
Drew sample
@BAL
16
Logan Thomas
LA
17th
Jimmy Graham
TB
18th
Rob Gronkowski
@ CHI
19th
Austin Hooper
IND
20th
Mo Alie-Cox
@CLE
21st
Jordan Akins
JAC
22nd
Ian Thomas
@ATL
23
Christopher Herndon
ARI
24
Tyler Eifert
@HOU
25th
Trey Burton
@CLE
26th
Dan Arnold
@ NYJ
27
Dawson Knox
@TEN
28
Kyle Rudolph
@SEA
29
Gerald Everett
@WAR
TE Notes: Travis Kelce is the only player who has pulled his weight in the tight end position every week. He has reached 3 of 4 games in 70 yards and scored in the only competition he didn't play. … How dominant was George Kittle's week 2 with 15 catches? He's seventh on raw PPR points among the tight ends, despite having only played 2 out of 4 games. The Dolphins monitor the seam well, but have to face a better ending than Tyler Eifert. No fear. ... Mark Andrews was a fantasy disappointment for 2020 as the Ravens get drawn into one bizarre game flow after another. He remains the TE5 with average points in half PPR leagues, but with the Ravens acting as 13-point favorites against the Bengals, it's another hard-to-predict week. … Darren Waller's 29 receptions are five more than any other suture stretcher. Waller doesn't get much for his money, an average of 8.5 meters per reception and only finds the end zone once. Hopefully riding this volume wave will add some actual points to the 56-person affair with the Chiefs this weekend.
Hunter Henry has returned to Earth in the past two weeks. Hopefully, a Saints Defense spitting out the second-next fantasy points will be a week 5 antidote. … Zach Ertz is 37th in yards per route that runs between tight ends and is sandwiched between Kaden Smith and Evan Engram, another underachiever. Its 7.3 meters per reception would be shaky for a return. Even with the Eagles in desperate condition as pass catchers, I'm not sure how long I can keep the top 5-6 belief. … Jonnu Smith is one of the few players who combines both the bottom and the head at the narrow end. Since we can't have nice things in 2020, he's also playing for the team that doesn't follow the COVID rules and is in the air by week 5. ... With four catches for at least 48 yards in three games in a row, Dalton Schultz quickly evolved into a TE1 that doesn't worry and makes it easy. ... Hayden Hurst scored twice and reached 50 meters twice. Nowadays this is a success in the tight end position.
Evan Engram's 30 goals are the third among the narrow ends. It was cruel, but with so little to do right now, that's the volume to bet on. ... Tyler Higbee scored an average of four goals per game. We know there is an advantage somewhere, but using it isn't that of a top 10 fantasy bottleneck. … Mike Gesicki cleared 30 yards once and hit six goals in the last two games. Week 2 (8/130/1) happened, but the other three are just telling the story. ... The Bengals will have to throw a billion times at the Ravens and provide Drew Sample with a target-based TE2 floor. ... Logan Thomas is fifth in appearance (28). After Washington made a quarterback move, Thomas got another mulligan after last week's one-grab affair. ... Greg Olsen, Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski catch every 3-4 week passes and fall. Their punching impulses keep them in the top 20.… Mo Alie-Cox flashes every week with big play skills. He just doesn't have the ability to match his floor to his ceiling.
Week 5 kickers
RK
player
TM
Opp
1
Justin Tucker
BAL
CIN
2
Harrison Butker
KC
LV
3
Rodrigo Blankenship
IND
@CLE
4th
Randy Bullock
CIN
@BAL
5
Daniel Carlson
LV
@KC
6th
Younghoe Koo
ATL
DARE
7th
Stephen Gostkowski
TEN
BUF
8th
Joey Slye
DARE
@ATL
9
Cody Parkey
CLE
IND
10
Wil Lutz
NO
LAC
11
Chris Boswell
PIT
PHI
12th
Robbie Gould
SF
MIA
13
Jake Elliott
PHI
@PIT
14th
Michael Badgley
LAC
@NO
fifteen
Ryan Succop
TB
@ CHI
16
Nick Folk
NE
THE
17th
Zane Gonzalez
ARI
@ NYJ
18th
Dan Bailey
MINIMUM
@SEA
19th
Tyler Bass
BUF
@TEN
20th
Greg Zuerlein
DAL
NYG
21st
Jason Sanders
MIA
@ SF
22nd
Sam Sloman
LA
@WAR
23
Jason Myers
SEA
MINIMUM
24
Ka'imi Fairbairn
HOU
JAC
25th
Sam fucking
NYJ
ARI
26th
Cairo Santos
CHI
TB
27
Brandon McManus
THE
@NE
28
Aldrick Rosas
JAC
@HOU
29
Graham Gano
NYG
@ Dal
30th
Dustin Hopkins
WAS
LA
Week 5 Defense / Special Teams
RK
player
Opp
1
New England Patriots
THE
2
Tampa Bay privateers
@ CHI
3
Los Angeles Rams
@WAR
4th
Indianapolis Colts
@CLE
5
Pittsburgh Steelers
PHI
6th
Baltimore Ravens
CIN
7th
San Francisco 49ers
MIA
8th
Dallas Cowboys
NYG
9
Cleveland Browns
IND
10
New Orleans Saints
LAC
11
Cardinals of Arizona
@ NYJ
12th
Philadelphia Eagles
@PIT
13
Seattle Seahawks
MINIMUM
14th
Buffalo Bills
@TEN
fifteen
Miami Dolphins
@ SF
16
Washington soccer team
LA
17th
Kansas City Chiefs
LV
18th
New York Jets
ARI
19th
Chicago Bears
TB
20th
Tennessee Titans
BUF
21st
Jacksonville Jaguars
@HOU
22nd
Atlanta Falcons
DARE
23
Houston Texans
JAC
24
Los Angeles chargers
@NO
25th
Denver Broncos
@NE
26th
Carolina Panthers
@ATL
27
Cincinnati Bengals
@BAL
28
New York Giants
@ Dal
29
Las Vegas Raiders
@KC
30th
Minnesota Vikings
@SEA

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