WR Studs

Tyreek Hill

Hill had an outstanding performance against the Patriots in their Week 6 shootout. He caught seven passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns. What’s crazy is that this performance wasn’t even his best of the season! The 39.2 fantasy points he posted was his second best game this year, after he put up 42.3 fantasy points in Week 1. Hill now ranks as the WR3 on the season and with Pat Mahomes’ incredible season raging on, Hill should continue to record excellent numbers. He now has six receiving touchdowns and 567 receiving yards this season and he will be poised to add to those tallies in Week 7 against the Bengals.

Davante Adams

The connection between Aaron Rodgers and Davonte Adams is truly something special. Even when the Packers’ offense isn’t clicking, Adams and Rodgers manage to be on the same page and provide insane value for fantasy football owners. Adams reeled in 10 receptions on Monday night for 132 yards and two touchdowns. That was good for 35.2 fantasy points and landed Adams as the WR2 on the season, just trailing Adam Thielen. Adams is almost a lock for double-digit targets each week and he makes the most of every pass thrown his way. He will get the week off in Week 7 as the Packers have a BYE.

Albert Wilson

Wilson was a menace on screen passes in Week 6, torching the Bears secondary twice for huge gains off of dump-offs from Brock Osweiler. Wilson caught six passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns in what was his best fantasy performance of the season. His blazing speed was too much for the Bears as he managed to follow his blockers and burn his way into the end zone on two separate occasions, including a game-tying 75-yard score late in the fourth quarter. While he is a major boom/bust play, Wilson showed off some of his tantalizing upside in Week 6.

WR Duds

Jarvis Landry

Jarvis Landry failed to make an impact on the game on Sunday, as the Chargers’ secondary held him to just two receptions for 11 yards. In PPR, it marked Landry’s first single-digit performance of the season as he saw a plethora of low quality targets. He was targeted nine times by Baker Mayfield, many of which were poor throws that Landry had little-to-no chance at reeling in. Landry has still proven to be valuable even while only scoring one touchdown this season, but the connection between him and Mayfield was not there on Sunday as Landry posted just 3.1 fantasy points.

Corey Davis

Despite his huge Week 4 performance, Corey Davis has not been the WR owners were hoping for this season. He posted another disappointing outing in Week 6, providing just 1 reception for 24 yards. While the Titans’ offensive line was horrendous, and Mariota completed just 10 passes, Davis only managed to reel in one of his four targets. He put up just 3.4 fantasy points on Sunday, his third single-digit performance of the season.

Will Fuller V

Lately, Fuller has not been the impact player he was during his first two weeks of action. He has been disappointing in the past two weeks, as his Week 6 performance saw him bring in just two receptions for 33 yards. This is following a two reception, 15 yard performance in Week 5. While Fuller boasts tremendous upside, it seems as if Keke Coutee might be sneaking into the WR2 role in Houston as he has outscored Fuller in each of the past three weeks.

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