Week 6 Offensive Sleepers

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

Quarterback

Daniel Jones (vs Washington)

Maybe this will be the week? Washington has allowed at least two total touchdowns to every quarterback they have faced, and three total scores to three of them, including at least one rushing score. Jones played better against Dallas, but both offensive scores came on the ground and the team settled for field goals. Washington’s defense is reeling after the Rams toyed with them last week.

Kirk Cousins (vs Atlanta)

Make sure this game goes off as scheduled before trusting Cousins, but as long as it does, he has a high ceiling against a Falcons defense that has given up four total touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks in four of five games and at least 300 passing yards in every game. Even the Bears passing game went off against the Falcons, and they had a dropped touchdown in the end zone and another taken away by a defender in the end zone. Cousins is usually efficient against bad defenses and Justin Jefferson and Irv Smith have come on to give him a deeper set of weapons.

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