Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings: PPR 1QB and Superflex | PFN

The NFL is back, and so is fantasy football! If you’re looking to get an edge over your opponent, look no further than our PPR Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings for both 1QB and Superflex leagues.

Week 6 Locks of the Week

Patrick Mahomes, QB

When looking at the Week 6 schedule, some players, I believe, are absolute locks at their positions. It kicks off with Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes just got a new friend in Le’Veon Bell but he won’t be available this week due to medical restrictions. Every week, it is going to be between Russell Wilson or Mahomes for the top spot. Wilson has a bye this week, so it was an easy choice

Ezekiel Elliott, RB

The lasting image of Week 5 was the loss of Dak Prescott for the Dallas Cowboys. With Andy Dalton stepping under center, the offense is going to go through RB Ezekiel Elliott even more. Elliott and the Cowboys face off against an Arizona Cardinals rushing defense that has allowed no less than 90 rushing yards against them each game, and that includes the Jets, Lions, and Washington backfields. Playing on 86% of the offensive snaps along with handling 84% of the running back touches (113 of 133). Elliott is locked into another 20+ PPR point performance in Week 6.

DeAndre Hopkins, WR

Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins has been locked in all season. Targeted 53 times (third-most in NFL), he’s now averaging over 100 yards per game through five weeks. In Week 6, Hopkins takes on the Cowboys, who give up the third-most points to opposing wide receivers at 45.58 PPR points per game. While part of that has been due to the offense putting up points, the defense has still allowed teams to come back. They have given up 39, 38, 49, and 34 points in the past four weeks.

Travis Kelce, TE

The TE1 on the season by a 17-point margin, Travis Kelce is the week in and week out TE1 in fantasy football. The Chiefs will be without Sammy Watkins and take on a Buffalo Bills defense that has allowed the most receptions (39) and yards (418) to tight ends and the third-most points to opposing tight ends per game (20.56). Kelce could have 120 or more yards and I wouldn’t even think twice.

Be sure to bookmark this page and check back each week as we will be updating it throughout the season. If you’re looking to do more research, take a look at our Fantasy Football Analysis. Don’t forget to follow PFN365 on Twitter.

PPR Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings: 1QB and Superflex

These fantasy football rankings for Week 6  were last updated on October 17th, 2020. Below, you can sort our PPR Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings by league type (1QB or Superflex), position, scoring format, and rank.

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