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Fantasy Football: Week 5 Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em, Picks And Busts.
Some Notes:
• Chargers RB Austin Ekeler will miss four to six weeks with a hamstring injury.
• Browns RB Nick Chubb will miss four to six weeks with a knee injury.
• Patriots RB Sony Michel went on IR with a quad injury.
• Falcons WR Julio Jones left his Week 4 game after aggravating his hamstring injury.
• Broncos TE Noah Fant will miss some time with an ankle injury.
• Texans TE Jordan Akins is in the concussion protocol.
• Buccaneers TE O.J. Howard ruptured his Achilles and will miss the rest of the year.
• Byes of the week: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers.
• Thursday night game: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears.
• Monday night game: Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans Saints.
Hot Pickups Of The Week: D’Ernest Johnson, Justin Jackson, Chase Edmonds, Damien Harris, Tim Patrick, Cameron Brate, Christian Kirk, Kirk Cousins (one-week streamer QB) … see last week’s list as well …
Last Week: Justin Jefferson, Tee Higgins, Carlos Hyde, Travis Homer, Nick Foles, Ross Dwelley, Greg Ward, Alshon Jeffery, Zach Pascal, Jeff Wilson, Brandon Aiyuk, Tee Higgins, Rex Burkhead, Scotty Miller (again), Gabriel Davis, Brian Hill.
Two Weeks Ago: Dion Lewis, Wayne Gallman, Devonta Freeman, Darrell Henderson, Mike Davis, Myles Gaskin, Jerick McKinnon, JaMycal Hasty, Keelan Cole, Michael Pittman Jr., Adam Humphries, Jordan Reed, Mo Alie-Cox, Justin Herbert, Jared Goff, Darwin Thompson, Drew Sample, Dalton Schultz, Tre’Quan Smith, KJ Hamler, Zach Pascal.
You Can Drop: AJ Green (yikes), Greg Olsen, Evan Engram, Nyheim Hines.
Try To Trade For: Josh Jacobs.
Trade Away: J oe Mixon, Todd Gurley, Austin Hooper, Odell Beckham Jr., Jerrick McKinnon.
Studs Of The Week: Quarterback: Dak Prescott and Tom Brady Running Back: Joe Mixon and Dalvin Cook Wide Receiver: Odell Beckham Jr., DJ Chark and Amari Cooper Tight End: Robert Tonyan and George Kittle.
Duds Of The Week: Quarterback: Matt Ryan and Jared Goff Running Back: Kenyan Drake and Darrell Henderson Wide Receiver: DJ Moore, Tyler Lockett and a special thank you to Calvin Ridley Tight End: Zach Ertz and Jimmy Graham.
Fantasy Football Start ‘Ems for Week 5 (lists getting smaller and smaller):
Quarterback Must Starts: Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, Dak Prescott, Russell Wilson, Matt Ryan, Josh Allen, Kyler Murray.
Running Back Must Starts: Ezekiel Elliott, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Josh Jacobs, Chris Carson, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Alvin Kamara, James Conner, Todd Gurley, James Robinson, Kareem Hunt, Jonathan Taylor.
Wide Receiver Must Starts: Julio Jones (if healthy), Tyreek Hill, Chris Godwin (if healthy), Allen Robinson, Mike Evans, DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Terry McLaurin, Adam Thielen, Keenan Allen, DK Metcalf, DJ Chark, Tyler Lockett, Amari Cooper, Stefon Diggs, Tyler Boyd.
Tight End Must Starts: Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews, Darren Waller, George Kittle.
Must Start Defenses: Ravens, Steelers, 49ers, Colts, Bills.
Sleepers Of The Week: Quarterback: Kirk Cousins Running Back: David Johnson Wide Receiver/Tight End: Golden Tate Defense: Arizona or Tampa Bay.
Busts Of The Week: Quarterback: Ryan Tannehill Running Back: Miles Sanders and David Montgomery Wide Receiver/Tight End: Corey Davis Defense: Ravens.
Locks of the Week: 2020 Record: 10-2 1. Pittsburgh over Philadelphia 2. Seattle over Minnesota 3. New Orleans over Los Angeles Chargers.
Picks With Points 2020 Record: 34-28.
NFL Lines For Week Five Picks are in bold.

Fantasy Football Rankings Week 5, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Todd Gurley, sit DeVante Parker.
SportsLine's advanced computer model reveals start-sit advice for Week 5.
Former Alabama wide receivers used to be like unicorns in the NFL, but Crimson Tide pass-catching alumni now dominate Fantasy football rankings each week. The Falcons have two former Alabama greats, as Matt Ryan can complete passes to both Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley. Amari Cooper highlights a shockingly deep wide receiver corps in Dallas, while rookies Jerry Jeudy in Denver and Henry Ruggs III in Las Vegas are off to solid NFL careers.
Who can you trust with your Fantasy football picks considering Jones (hamstring) is a game-time decision, while Ridley put up a goose-egg last week? Before locking in your Week 5 Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings from the advanced computer model at SportsLine.
When it comes to ranking players, their model beat human experts in Fantasy football last season when there were big differences in ranking. Over the course of a season, that could literally be the difference between winning your league or going home empty-handed.
Last week, the model was extremely high on Packers tight end Robert Tonyan, saying he'd finish as a top-10 player at his position. The result: Tonyan hauled in six passes for 98 yards and three touchdowns against the Falcons. Anybody who had him in their lineup was well on their way to a huge week.
Now, the model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has revealed its Fantasy football rankings for Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season. Head to SportsLine now to see them.
Top Fantasy football picks for Week 5.
One player the model is extremely high on this week: Falcons running back Todd Gurley. The six-year veteran showed his old form last week, gaining rushing for 57 yards and two touchdowns. Although Gurley has gained only 254 yards on 65 carries so far this season, his four rushing touchdowns is tied for second in the NFL and substantially boosts his Fantasy value.
Gurley has another chance to find the end zone against the Carolina Panthers in Week 5. The Panthers have given up a league-worst seven rushing touchdowns to running backs, giving the former All-Pro opportunity to add to his 12 career rushing scores. The SportsLine model sees Gurley shining against Carolina, ranking him solidly inside the top 10 running backs for Week 5.
And a massive shocker: Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker, who caught 10 passes for 110 yards last week against the Seahawks, stumbles big-time and doesn't even crack the top 30 at his position. Parker is coming off his best performance of the season, securing 10 of 12 targets for 110 yards in the Dolphins' 31-23 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.
The veteran receiver now boasts an excellent 82.8 percent catch rate on his 29 targets through four games. However, Parker and the Dolphins face a stiff test on the road against the 49ers on Sunday.
San Francisco's defense is giving up just 184 yards per game through the air thus far this season, which ranks second in the league. In addition, the 49ers have yet to allow more than one touchdown pass in a single game through their first four contests this season. With such a tough matchup on Sunday, Parker is a player to consider putting on the bench in Week 5.
How to set your Week 5 Fantasy football rankings.
The model is also calling for a surprising quarterback you aren't even thinking about to finish in the top 10 of its Fantasy football rankings. This pick could be the difference between winning big and going home with nothing. You can see who it is here.
So who should you start and sit this week? And which surprising quarterback could lead you to victory? Visit SportsLine now to get Week 5 Fantasy football rankings for every position, plus see which QB is going to come out of nowhere to crack the top 10, all from the model that out-performed experts big-time last season.

Yahoo Fantasy Football Picks Week 5: NFL DFS lineup advice for cash games.
Once again, there was a lot of scoring around the NFL last week, which pushed up the cash line in NFL DFS cash games. Our Yahoo cash lineup stayed above the fray thanks to Lamar Jackson, Alvin Kamara, Joe Mixon, DeVante Parker and Cooper Kupp. Logan Thomas was our one big miss, but even mediocre performances from David Johnson and Greg Ward gave us enough when combined with some of the other monster outings. We'll look to sharpen our strategy even more as we put together our Week 5 daily fantasy football picks for Yahoo cash games.
This week's lineup is a little top heavy, not unlike typical GPP roster construction. Overall, though, we like the matchups and relatively high floors of our value picks, with the lone exception being our D/ST. Of course, since no team is playing defense this year, does it really matter who we pick? We might as well go cheap with a home team in a favorable matchup and hope for some sacks and turnovers.
Our high-priced guys all have high floors, including the highest-floor and highest-ceiling QB in the league. We're not paying top dollar for anyone, which allows us to load up on our top two WRs and top RB, and that should be enough to carry us over the cash line again.
Yahoo NFL DFS Picks Week 5: Daily fantasy football for cash games.
This lineup is for the Yahoo DFS main slate, $200 budget (half-point PPR, four-point passing TDs)
QB Lamar Jackson, Ravens vs. Bengals ($36). Jackson isn't destroying the league like he was last year, but he put up 26 Yahoo points in a "ho-hum" game last week. He's in a similar situation this time around against a burnable Bengals defense. Given that Jackson has fallen to QB6 pricing, he feels like a steal even with so many other QBs playing at high levels this season.
RB Josh Jacobs, Raiders @ Chiefs ($28). Since a monster Week 1 that saw him score three touchdowns, Jacobs has struggled, rushing for just 3.6 yards per carry and failing to get into the end zone. He's still getting plenty of opportunities, though (22.3 touches per game in that span), and it's only a matter of time before he comes through again. Kansas City entered Week 4 with the No. 27 run defense, allowing 153 yards per game on the ground. There's always a worry about Jalen Richard playing over Jacobs if the Raiders are in catch-up mode in the fourth quarter, but Jacobs will get plenty of carries early. He's also averaging three receptions per game this year, so he could stay on the field more than you think.
RB Mike Davis, Panthers @ Falcons ($19). Davis has done his best Christian McCaffrey impersonation the past two weeks, rushing for 130 yards on 29 carries and adding another 72 receiving yards on 13 receptions. He's also scored in each game. Davis's heavy workload and versatility bodes well against an Atlanta team that can jump out to quick leads but just as quickly give them back. The Falcons have actually been decent against the run this year, but running backs had still scored four TDs against them heading into Week 4. Davis will get opportunities one way or another, and at just $19, he's a good bet to pay off in cash games.
WR DK Metcalf, Seahawks vs. Vikings ($31). Metcalf has been the picture of consistency through four weeks. He's caught exactly four passes for between 92 and 110 yards in each game, and last week was the first where he failed to score. The scary thing is he has the upside for so much more, so he's an optimal play in cash formats, especially against a Vikings defense that has allowed six WR touchdowns and three 100-yard WR games. Even at WR3 pricing, Metcalf is a safe option.
WR Adam Thielen, Vikings @ Seahawks ($30). In a vacuum, Thielen feels a little overpriced at WR5 pricing, especially with Justin Jefferson getting more involved every week, but the Vikings' top receiver is in a golden spot this week. He's produced two 100-yard outings and four touchdowns this year, and he's a safe bet to do both against Seattle's league-worst pass defense. Amari Cooper (9-86) was the "worst" No. 1 receiver against Seattle this season, with Julio Jones (9-157), Julian Edelman (8-179), and DeVante Parker (10-110) all topping the century mark. Those four wideouts combined for an average of nine catches and 133 yards. Surprisingly, none scored, but that's destined to change quickly. Thielen is worth every penny, and Jefferson ($20) makes for an even better value since No. 2 WRs (Calvin Ridley, N'Keal Harry, CeeDee Lamb, Isaiah Ford) have averaged 6.5 catches and 78.8 yards with two TDs against the 'Hawks.
WR Golden Tate, Giants @ Cowboys ($18). Tate has had at least four catches in all three games this year, and while that's resulted in just 103 yards, he could be on the verge of a breakout against the hapless Cowboys defense. Dallas has allowed nine WR receiving TDs the past three games and four 100-yard WR games this season. Tate fits the mold of Jarvis Landry (5-48) and Russell Gage (6-46-1), who both had decent games against the Cowboys. Obviously, we'd like more yards, but Tate still provides a decent-enough floor that we can use him given our studs at QB, RB, and WR1/2.
TE Eric Ebron, Steelers vs. Eagles ($14). Ebron caught five-of-seven targets for 52 yards and a score (all season highs) in Week 3. Diontae Johnson's early exit helped, but Ebron has been part of the Steelers game plan, particularly in the red zone, all year. Philadelphia has allowed five TE touchdowns this year, including one to Logan Thomas and three to Tyler Higbee, and last week, George Kittle put up a slightly garbage-time-aided 15-183-1 line. Ebron doesn't have that kind of upside, but this matchup is still highly favorable for the field-stretching TE. He's well worth this value price.
FLEX Hunter Renfrow, Raiders @ Chiefs ($11). Renfrow is like another version of Tate, albeit with a worse matchup. Over the past two games, he's hauled in 11-of-17 targets for 141 yards and a score, and given the likelihood of Vegas trailing and being forced to throw in the fourth quarter, we like Renfrow's potential to rack up some cheap points. Either way, he's the Raiders most dependable wide receiver, and even if Henry Ruggs III (hamstring) returns, we expect Renfrow to provide a safe floor given his dirt-cheap price.
DEF Dallas Cowboys vs. Giants ($12). The Giants are averaging just 11.8 offensive points, 3.5 sacks, and two turnovers per game this year, so even if Dallas gives up touchdowns and yards (it will), there should still be opportunities for it to pay off its cheap price.

Daily Fantasy Football Week 5: Top Picks, Lineup Advice for DraftKings, FanDuel.
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Clyde Edwards-Helaire has developed into a must-start fantasy football running back in just four NFL games.
In Week 5, the Kansas City rookie could produce the most successful game of his young career against a Las Vegas Raiders defense that has not been great against the run.
Edwards-Helaire is one of a few top daily fantasy football picks who have favorable matchups in front of them Sunday that make them potential anchors for your lineups.
Lamar Jackson and DeAndre Hopkins could also be poised for high totals against two of the worst teams in the NFL, and there is a New York Giants player who might have a breakout performance versus Dallas' struggling defense.
Week 5 Daily Fantasy Football Top Picks.
Lamar Jackson, QB, Baltimore.
Jackson has found success through the air and on the ground over his last few meetings with the Bengals.
In 2019, the Ravens quarterback amassed 459 passing yards and 217 rushing yards versus his AFC North rival.
In fact, the 152 rushing yards he picked up in Week 6 of 2019 is Jackson's highest single-game rushing total.
Jackson has not had to run the ball too much in the first four weeks since he is flanked by a trio of solid running backs in Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins.
Sunday could present Jackson with the perfect opportunity to break out on the ground since the Bengals have allowed the fifth-most rushing yards in the NFL.
Cincinnati ranks in the middle of the pack when it comes to passing defense, but it has had trouble getting to the quarterback. The Bengals have the second-fewest number of quarterback hits.
If Jackson receives plenty of time to sit back in the pocket, he could pick out Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown on a regular basis.
Since Jackson achieved so much success against Cincinnati and Baltimore is expected to win big, a lineup stack involving the quarterback and one or two of his targets could be the right play.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Kansas City.
Edwards-Helaire has an opportunity to pad his touchdown totals in Week 5.
The Las Vegas Raiders conceded the most rushing scores in the NFL with eight, and they give up 138.5 ground yards per game and five yards per carry.
Edwards-Helaire has not cracked the 100-yard mark since his breakout debut in Week 1, but he has been a steady force on the ground with back-to-back 64-yard outings.
In three of his four games, the Chiefs running back received at least 15 carries. He has also been targeted 19 times by Patrick Mahomes through the air.
Even though his salary will be one of the highest for Week 5, Edwards-Helaire is worth the start because of his heavy usage rate and favorable AFC West matchup.
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Arizona.
The Arizona Cardinals reside in the perfect spot to bounce back from a pair of rough defeats.
DeAndre Hopkins and Co. will try to get back to winning ways against the New York Jets, who have looked awful in their first four games.
Hopkins is coming off an OK performance by his high standards, as he caught seven of nine targets for 41 yards in a loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Arizona's top offseason acquisition has been thrown to at least nine times in his first four starts alongside Kyler Murray.
The Jets allow 7.7 yards per catch and a 72.1 completion percentage to opposing quarterbacks. If Murray is accurate and avoids turnovers, he could find Hopkins on a regular basis.
If you want to start Edwards-Helaire and Hopkins together, you could use Murray as a stack option with Hopkins and then surround them with value plays to strike the right lineup balance.
Evan Engram, TE, New York Giants.
Evan Engram could be ready to cash in on his high volume of targets with a massive game in yardage and in the end zone.
Engram and the New York Giants face the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in what could be a high-scoring affair given Dallas' porous defense.
The Cowboys conceded the 10th-highest passing yard total and the second-most scoring plays through the air in their 1-3 start.
Engram was targeted on 10 occasions by Daniel Jones in Week 4, but he managed six receptions for 35 yards.
In total, Engram has brought in 17 of the 30 balls thrown in his direction. If he moves up that catch percentage and Jones is a bit more accurate, the Giants could have a go-to connection for most of Sunday's game.
Engram has had success against the Cowboys in the past, as he set his career highs in targets, receptions and receiving yards at AT&T Stadium in Week 1 of 2019.
If you start Engram, it could allow more wiggle room to roster top-tier players at running back and wide receiver, like Edwards-Helaire and Hopkins.

Fantasy Football Streaming Picks Week 5.
Fantasy Football Streaming Picks Week 5.
Week 5 provides a much better slate of streaming quarterbacks, tight ends, and defenses. Teddy Bridgewater headlines the streaming quarterback picks since they face the Falcons awful defense. Amongst tight ends, look for Eric Ebron on waivers to pick up and stream with four weeks of juicy matchups. Even deep league streamer Ian Thomas faces an enticing matchup. Players and defenses listed in order of how I rank the Week 5 streaming picks. With that, we will dive into the Week 5 streaming quarterbacks, tight ends, and defenses.
Streaming Quarterbacks.
Teddy Bridgewater at ATL.
Guess who faces the atrocious Falcons defense? Teddy Bridgewater. Last week, we mentioned Bridgewater as a Week 4 Streaming Pick, and he delivered with 26.2 fantasy points (No. 4). He continues to rank highly with 1,148 passing yards (No. 6) and an 8.1 yards per attempt (No. 10), so touchdowns should follow soon. The Falcons allow the third-most fantasy points to quarterbacks at 25.6 points per game and expect Bridgewater to take advantage of a juicy matchup. Bridgewater is the top Week 5 streaming quarterback pick.
Justin Herbert at NO.
Beautiful back-shoulder throw from Justin Herbert! Donald Parham Jr. comes down with the @Chargers TD.
Daniel Jones at DAL.
Rank Cousins, Rivers, and Daniel Jones in any order, and it all feels gross. Jones faced a tough stretch against the Steelers, Bears, 49ers, and Rams. Through four games, Jones averages 10.8 fantasy points per game (No. 32). However, the Giants rank 6th with 40.8 team pass plays per game and 27th with a -7.33 Game Script. Since they throw a ton and play from behind, Jones should produce while facing a terrible Cowboys defense. The Cowboys allow the 6th most fantasy points per game with 23.0, and Jones averages over 34 rushing yards per game. There’s no doubt Jones played terribly, but it's hard to fault him for the lack of running game and the tough matchups to start the season. With the rushing production and potential upside, he ranks above the veterans of Kirk Cousins and Philip Rivers.
Kirk Cousins at SEA.
Philip Rivers at CLE.
Streaming Tight Ends.
Eric Ebron vs. PHI.
In some leagues, Eric Ebron is hanging around on the waiver wire. If so, then he’s worth a pickup immediately with the juicy matchup against the Eagles that allow the second-most fantasy points to tight ends (14.6). Through three weeks, the targets gradually increased from two, five, and seven that led to 8.8 fantasy points per game. After this week, the Steelers face four weeks of fantasy-friendly TE matchups with the Browns, Titans, Ravens, and Cowboys. Ebron ranks as the top Week 5 streaming tight end pick.
Mo Alie-Cox & Trey Burton at CLE.
With Trey Burton added to the mix, Mo Alie-Cox is a riskier streaming tight end pick. Outside of Week 2, Alie-Cox hasn’t received enough targets with two, six, three, and two. In Week 3 and 4, he ran seven routes and caught four passes for 63 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Also, mentioning Trey Burton here since head coach Frank Reich talked up Burton as a critical role in this offense. In Burton’s first week back, he received five targets for two catches and 16 receiving yards and ran 17 routes. The Browns allow the 4th most fantasy points to tight ends with 12.9. With such a fantasy-friendly matchup, maybe both players could provide streaming tight end production? Alie-Cox is the touchdown upside play, and Burton looks like the PPR floor play in deeper leagues.
11 Targets 10 Receptions 181 Yards 1 Touchdown.
Ian Thomas at ATL.
The 9.2% target share (No. 33) is brutal for Ian Thomas but expect a smash spot for all offensive players facing the Falcons weak defense. His fantasy production isn’t eye-popping either, with nine targets (No. 36), five receptions (No. 40), and 30 receiving yards (No. 55). He accumulated all those not so exciting stats through three weeks, with an average of 4.7 points per game (No. 39). Enough painting the downside, since the Falcons allow the 8th most fantasy points (11.5) to the tight end position. Check out how other tight ends have performed through four weeks against the Falcons.
Streaming Defenses.
Arizona Cardinals at NYJ.
Let’s keep this simple, the Jets offense is awful outside of Jamison Crowder, and possibly Le’Veon Bell if he returns. The Jets plan to hold out Sam Darnold out of Week 5 with a shoulder injury, meaning they plan to start Joe Flacco. Since the Cardinals allow the 10th fewest points per game at 23, expect them to keep the Jets offense in check and create turnovers with a couple of sacks as well. The Cardinals defense ranks as the top Week 5 streaming defense.
Cleveland Browns vs. IND.
The strength of the Browns defense includes their run defense since they only allow 16.5 points per game to the running back position. They also rank 5th with 91.8 rushing yards allowed, and the Colts rely heavily on the run game with 32.2 team pass plays per game (No. 28). Prioritize the Cardinals, but the Browns project as a top-15 streaming defense pick in Week 5.
Dallas Cowboys vs. NYG.
With basically no running game, the Giants offense stinks and ranks in the bottom five in rushing yards and passing yards per game. However, this is partly a product of four difficult matchups to start the year. It’s a little risky going with an awful defense, but the matchup looks too juicy to not recommend them as a Week 5 streaming defense facing a turnover-prone quarterback. Similar to how we target players facing the Falcons defense, target defenses that face the Giants until proven otherwise.
Houston Texans vs. JAC & Seattle Seahawks vs. MIN.
A couple of other deeper league options include the Houston Texans vs. JAC and the Seattle Seahawks vs. MIN. The Texans and the Seahawks project as heavy favorites even with a high O/U.
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Corbin is passionate about fantasy baseball and football. He loves diving into and learning about advanced metrics. Corbin is a Mariners and Seahawks fan living in the Pacific Northwest. Corbin's other hobbies are lifting weights, cooking, and listening to fantasy sports podcasts.

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