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Postby elaine95 » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:10 pm

With four teams on a bye , setting your fantasy football lineup will be especially challenging in Week 5. Recent injuries and the continued use of running backs by committee are also making it hard to decide who should be in your starting lineup. We’ve analyzed this week’s matchups and have several suggestions that could help you determine who to start in Week 5 of your Fantasy Football season.START `EMQuarterback— Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay vs. New EnglandWinston has thrown for an average of 330 passing yards over the past two weeks and with top receiving weapons like Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson and Cameron Brate, he should be able to take advantage of a Patriots defense that has given up at least 300 passing yards to every QB they’ve met this season.— Jay Cutler, Miami vs TennesseeThe Titans give up the fifth most average passing yards per game, and opposing QBs have scored four TDs against them in each of the past two weeks. Look for Cutler to bounce back against a Titans team that lacks a pass rush and has allowed the second most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to quarterbacks.Running back— Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville at PittsburghFournette is averaging just over 20 carries and has scored a TD every game this season. He’s also averaging slightly more than 31 receiving yards per game. The Steelers are giving up 4.6 yards per carry (YPC) and have yielded the ninth most FPPG to opposing RBs.— Latavius Murray, Minnesota at ChicagoWith Dalvin Cook’s season over, Murray should lead the Vikings in carries this week. He hasn’t always played up to expectations, but rushed for 1,000 yards in 2015, catches the ball out of the backfield and scored 12 TDs last season. The Bears have given up a TD to an RB in each game this year.— Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland vs. NY JetsWe recommended you sit Crowell last week, however with the overall uncertainty surrounding RBs this week, we need to give him a second look. The Jets have given up the third most FPPG to opposing RBs , as well as 4.7 YPC and an average of 147 rushing yards per game.Wide receiver— Chris Hogan, New England at Tampa BayInjuries have hurt the Buccaneers’ defense and they’ve given up the most FPPG to WRs. Hogan has the second most red zone targets in football and has caught at least one TD pass in three straight games.— Brandon Marshall, NY Giants vs. LA ChargersQB Eli Manning has targeted Marshall 21 times in the last two weeks and he’s produced double digit fantasy points in point-per-reception (PPR) leagues in those games. The Chargers have given up the second most TDs (six) to WRs.— Pierre Garcon, San Francisco at IndianapolisGarcon is averaging more than eight targets per game and leads the 49ers in receptions with 20. The Colts have given up the fourth most total yardage to WRs this season.Tight end— Austin Seferian-Jenkins, NY Jets vs. ClevelandThe Browns have yielded the most receptions, and second most FPPG to TEs. Jenkins has 10 targets and nine receptions in his first two games.— Hunter Henry/Antonio Gates, LA Chargers at NY GiantsHenry and Gates both have an opportunity to score a TD. The Giants, have allowed the most FPPG to TEs, and have surrendered at least one TD to TEs in each game this season.SIT `EMQuarterback— Andy Dalton, Bengals vs. BillsThe Bills defense has allowed just one passing TD this season. They’ve recorded 11 sacks, and with the Bengals having allowed 14 sacks, Dalton will likely be under pressure for much of Sunday afternoon.— Cam Newton, Detroit vs. CarolinaThe Lions defense is second in the league with seven interceptions, and they’ve given up the fourth fewest FPPG to opposing QBs. Newton threw for 316 yards and ran for 44 more in Week 4, however opposing QBs have just one rushing yard against the Lions this season.Running back— Eddie Lacy/Thomas Rawls , Seattle at LA RamsSeattle RBs have a great matchup against the Rams, who’ve surrendered the most FPPG and TDs (6) to opposing backs. However, we don’t yet know who’ll get the majority of carries out of the Seahawks’ backfield. Lacy rushed for 4.73 YPC in limited work in Week 4, however Pete Carroll implied that Rawls could be his lead back. This is a situation that needs to be monitored as game time approaches.Wide receiver— Sammy Watkins, Los Angeles Rams vs. SeattleOther than Week 3, Watkins has averaged three targets and 35 receiving yards per game. The Seahawks have allowed the eighth fewest FPPG to WRs, and the fourth fewest average passing yards per game.— Tyreek Hill, Kansas City at HoustonThe Patriots had four passing TDs against the Texans in Week 3, but other than that, no other receiver has caught a TD pass against them. Hill is a boom or bust receiver playing against a Texans defense that has been particularly tough at home, having given up an average of just under 67 yards to receivers.Tight end— Jason Witten, Dallas vs. Green BayAfter getting off to a hot start, Witten has just one catch in each of his last two games. The Packers have given up the second fewest FPPG to tight ends. They also have yet to allow a TD to the position this season. CINCINNATI (AP) 鈥斅燚erek Carr聽kept his streak without an interception going. In the end, he couldn't complete enough throws to give the聽Raiders聽a chance.Carr extended his streak without an interception to nine games, but Oakland managed only 19 yards in the fourth quarter , helping the聽Cincinnati Bengals聽hold on for a 30-16 victory on Sunday .The Bengals (6-8) got the better of a game between two struggling, injury-depleted teams. Oakland's offensive line has been hit hard, forcing the Raiders (3-11) to keep shuffling players.They managed to pull out a 24-21 win over the Steelers a week earlier and had a chance for another comeback, trailing 20-13 after the third quarter. They failed to convert a third-down play against the NFL's worst defense the rest of the way."We're working with our fourth and fifth guards," Carr said.Carr built upon his franchise record, recording his ninth consecutive game without an interception.More Game Notes: https://t.co/DRJMZINBCZ pic.twitter.com/pQKIZzj5EU— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) December 16, 2018Starting left guard聽Kelechi Osemele聽missed his second straight game with a toe injury. Starting right guard聽Gabe Jackson聽was inactive with an elbow injury. The line didn't give the running backs much room 鈥?the Raiders managed only 68 yards rushing 鈥?and Carr was sacked five times."It was a very difficult situation for us today offensively, with all the changes," coach Jon Gruden said. "We've got to do better, and I will acknowledge that was one tough situation that we were put under today."Doug Martin聽ran nine times for 39 yards, the Raiders' leading rusher. Tight end聽Darren Waller聽accounted for nearly a third of the Raiders' yards rushing, getting 21 on a reverse. Otherwise, there wasn't much room to run."We didn't have it today," Martin said.Carr has thrown 301 passes without an interception, breaking Rich Gannon's club record from 2001. Overall , he was 21 of 38 for 263 yards with a touchdown . In the fourth quarter, Carr was 4 of 7 for 38 yards with three sacks.After聽Daniel Carlson‘s聽40-yard field goal cut Cincinnati's lead to 23-16 with 5:05 left,聽Alex Erickson聽returned the kickoff 77 yards, setting up聽Joe Mixon‘s聽clinching touchdown run."We made it a one-possession game in the fourth quarter, and the kickoff return by Erickson really hurt us," Gruden said.馃帴馃敶 Live: Coach Gruden and Derek Carr address the media from Cincinnati. #RaiderNation https://t.co/1B2hnLf2WW— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) December 16, 2018The Raiders already are in next-year mode. They fired general manager Reggie McKenzie on Monday and had little on the line against the Bengals, other than Carr's interception streak and the chance to win back-to-back games for the first time this season."I want to see us finish with authority, with as much juice as we have, and as much heart and soul as we can showcase," Gruden said. "That's what I want us to do."

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