Start’em or Sit’em by J.T
Well hopefully you didn’t listen to EVERYTHING I said last week. Or if you did move Robert Woods hopefully you got a nice, useful return. Woods did go off last week, but I still don’t think he will be consistent enough to always have in your lineup. And now before I put the shoe further in my mouth….let’s move on to week 6 start em and sit em.
IND-QB-Carson Wentz- After putting up over 400 yards vs. Baltimore on Monday Night football, Carson gets to strut his stuff against the Houston Texans. This is more of a hunch to go with the hot hand. If your other QB is on a bye, don’t be afraid to start Wentz in week 6.
LAR-RB-Darrell Henderson- It looks more and more like Henderson is becoming more comfortable in this Rams offense. This week the Rams take on the Giants, and look for the Rams to get up early and have Henderson become a bigger part of offense.
LAC-WR-Mike Williams- Justin Herbert to Mike Williams is becoming the next big connection in the NFL. Going up against a Baltimore defense that just gave up 402 yards to Carson Wentz, may be a nice payday for Mike Williams owners.
QB-DAL-Dak Prescott- Playing a hunch I have this week on Dak Prescott and Dallas. I believe that Bill Belichick will come up with a way to slow down the Cowboy’s offense. New England is in the top 10 in fewest yards given up to quarterbacks. They did a nice job against the GOAT….now they will slow down Dak and the Boys.
RB-BUF-Devin Singletary- Singletary is this weeks Robert Woods to me. A guy who should be a star in this offense, has been barely used. If you have an option that is guaranteed to get some carries in week 6, you should sit Singletary.
WR-CHI-Allen Robinson- The Fields to Robinson connection has been very slow to take off in Chicago. If you have been starting Robinson you have been noticing that for sure. Going up against an above average secondary this week in Green Bay, I suggest you sit Mr. Robinson.