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Week 6 Offensive Sleepers

A look at the best under the radar plays for Week 6


Eli Manning (vs Philadelphia) **Thursday**

Manning had his two best games of the year last year against the Eagles, including one without Odell Beckham. He added Saquon Barkley this year and Manning will face an Eagles pass defense that has been exposed at times this year when their pass rush isn’t getting home. Weather could complicate this if there is a driving rain for most of the game as some forecasts indicate.

Jameis Winston (at Atlanta)

Winston shouldn’t really be on any sleeper lists, but just in case you are reluctant to start him because of his two interceptions against the Bears or his presence on the waiver wire earlier this year, don’t be. The Atlanta pass defense is one of the worst in the league and the Bucs have had a week off to get the offense re-aligned around their starting quarterback. Winston is also 2-0 in Atlanta with strong fantasy showings in both games.

Mitchell Trubisky (at Miami)

The Bears offense finally resembled what we hoped it could become after a flurry of offseason moves and the installation of an innovative, offensive-minded head coach. Everything worked against the Bucs in Week 4, and while the Dolphins defense is a tougher draw, the Bears should have been able to use the time off to get Trubisky even more comfortable. Trubisky has also been adding value as a runner to raise his floor and soothe worries if you turn to him as a streamer or bye coverage.

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