It’s getting to the point in your fantasy football season that every sit or start decision you make is critical.
As we head into the Week 6 of the NFL season we start to feel increased pressure in our fantasy football leagues. If you’re off to a slow start it’s time get things turned around or face early elimination from the playoffs.
Those who have come out of the gate strong need to start thinking about finding help for that championship run.
This is the time of the year where you might see a flurry of trade activity in your fantasy league. You might want to consider making a trade proposal for an under performing star or that sleeper about to get more playing time.
The trade world is always fun but also frustrating. Most fantasy owners are focused on the weekly sit or start decisions.
This week’s bye situation is a bit tough on the fantasy world. The New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions both have the week off. This means stars like Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas, Drew Brees and Matthew Stafford all need to be replaced in the starting lineup.
There are even fantasy owners who rely heavily on someone like Kenny Golladay, Kerryon Johnson or Mark Ingram. The bye weeks are always tough to navigate, but this one seems a little more painful.
This article has a few surprises in the sit category. There are some matchups that look a little more favorable on paper than they might play out.