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Pass Happy/Run Happy - Week 6
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Kansas City (@OAK):  The Chiefs come off of their bye rested and with an absolute cherry matchup here in Week 6.  No other defense has allowed more fantasy points to both QBs and WRs than the Raiders.  Good news for Alex Smith and Jeremy Maclin.  Expect both to be solid starts this week, along with TE Travis Kelce.  His yardage totals have been down on the road, but thinking they are up this week.  Unfortunately there are no sleepers to plug in to take advantage of this nice matchup.  Solid Starts:  Smith, Maclin, Kelce

 
Los Angeles (@DET):  Say what?  Yeah, go ahead and start your Rams that are involved in the passing game this week.  Detroit allows 2 passing scores every week and the Rams' passing game has been much better on the road than at home.  This bodes well for Case Keenum coming off a pretty horrific matchup last week.  The Lions allow the third-most points to QBs.  That all said, it's hard to rely on him given his talent and the fact he has a top-shelf RB behind him.  At best, he and his WRs are good starts.  But at least you can count on better stats from them this week, and nice DFS plays.  Good Starts:  Keenum, Brian Quick, Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin  Dice Roll:  Lance Kendricks

 
Run Happy

Houston (vs. IND):  The past couple of weeks have been rough for Lamar Miller.  He's yet to score a TD but with the Colts giving up the fourth-most fantasy points to RBs means Miller should have a solid outing.  This is a situation where only one back will have value, no RBBC here.  Solid Start:  Miller  Put on your Radar:  Tyler Ervin

 
Carolina (@NOS):  The Saints are simply dreadful against the run; they're allowing over 30 fantasy points per game to RBs.  Jonathan Stewart is likely out another week, which means that Cameron Artis-Payne (who scored twice against the Bucs) and Fozzy Whittaker(looks like a good PPR play) should both have good outings.  Not knowing how this game plays out with Cam Newton back and the Saints able to score on anyone (especially a "down" Panther D), the RBs will only be good starts.  But rest assured both will be productive.  Good Starts:  Artis-Payne, Whittaker (PPR only)
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