by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor)
We’ve already discussed the top streaming options for the coming week (click here to view), but how do they stack up? Who is the best option and who should we be avoiding? Let’s take a look at our rankings for the coming week:
- Kansas City Chiefs – vs. Oakland
- Seattle Seahawks – vs. Tennessee
- Denver Broncos – vs. Jacksonville
- San Francisco 49ers – vs. Arizona
- Cincinnati Bengals – at Buffalo
- Chicago Bears – vs. New York Giants
- Arizona Cardinals – at San Francisco
- Detroit Lions – at Cleveland
- St. Louis Rams – at Houston
- Pittsburgh Steelers – at New York Jets
- Minnesota Vikings – vs. Carolina
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers – vs. Philadelphia
- Tennessee Titans – at Seattle
- Indianapolis Colts – at San Diego
- Cleveland Browns – vs. Detroit
- The Bears defense are a good play this week, but one of the Giants’ biggest issues has been their offensive line (15 sacks allowed). With just 8 sacks and 6 INT, it’s not like Chicago has been tremendous. Their value has come from their 3 TD, as well as 8 fumble recoveries. They are a good play, but I wouldn’t consider them the best.
- Any time the Seahawks are playing at home, sign me up. There just isn’t too much more to say about that.
- Cincinnati’s defense has been pretty good (81 points allowed, 13 sacks, 5 interceptions), but they draw a Buffalo team that is using a quarterback just called up from the practice squad. Sound like a good matchup? They should be able to wreak some havoc and make some plays.
- With Colin Kaepernick continuing to struggle, the Cardinals defense should make a worthy play this week. The strength of the Arizona defense has been stifling the run (79.0 yards per game, 1 TD), so the pressure will likely be on Kaepernick. If he can’t step up, it’s going to be a long day for the 49ers.
Make sure to check out all of our Week 6 Rankings: