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The Top 10 Week 6 - Footballguys

Matt Waldman opens his film notebook and examines the fantasy fallout from Week 5.

Welcome to Footballguys' Weekly Top 10. Starting now, the Top 10 will be free to Footballguys Insiders. All you have to do is register with your email and you'll receive access to this in-depth film breakdown (with a fantasy bent) of the weekend's games.

Because there's always a lot to share after a weekend of football, here are some noteworthy items that could have made the Top 10 but didn't:

In addition to the weekly Fresh Fish, the Top 10 covers a trio of quarterbacks, an emerging force at running back, the greatness of two pass catchers, and a few fantasy options worth monitoring.

1. Patrick Mahomes II II Passes Consecutive Difficult Tests

In addition to shutting down Travis Kelce for a half and Sammy Watkins leaving the game with a hamstring injury, the Broncos took away the bells and whistles of the Chiefs offense that generated confusion for numerous opponents last Monday night. It was the first serious test of Patrick Mahomes II II's ability to create when the scheme broke down and he responded with rare athletic ability and creativity, and underrated poise.

The Jaguars arguably presented a stiffer test because it has the pass rush to get home without the blitz, corners as skilled as the Broncos, and superior cover linebackers. Telvin Smith Sr and Myles Jack are so good, I expected Mahomes to throw two interceptions because his consistent issue is delivering passes behind his receivers in the shallow zones — especially when he accelerates his delivery to accommodate a heavy rush.

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