Patrick van Aanholt has registered 46 Fantasy Football points this campaign, coming from two goals, two man-of-the-match awards and three clean sheets. This included a -3 against Tottenham, so it could have been more for the high-flying left back. On the topic of the 'big six', Crystal Palace's next five matches include Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea and Leicester, so the points could quickly dry up for the Dutchman. It may not be a shrewd selection, with They face Leicester away in their next eight fixtures, with no other 'big six' teams to worry about in that time - a prime opportunity for the striker to increase his tally in the hunt for another Golden Boot.
The Gabon international has 60 points - the fifth highest in Fantasy Football. Will you bite the bullet and deploy his services, or will you continue to take the hit and leave him out?
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His 48 points make him the highest-scoring goalkeeper in Fantasy Football at the moment, which come from three clean sheets and one man-of-the-match award. Henderson has also registered tier one and two save bonus points on five occasions, proving his worth to Chris Wilder's team.
He is only in 1. Henderson has earned 7. Jose Mourinho guided Tottenham to a win over struggling West Ham in his first game in charge.
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Dean Henderson earned an England cal-up off the back of his displays for Sheffield United.
Fantasy Football: Pick your team now! Football results. Fantasy owners will be looking forward to employing one of the best wide receivers on Thursday night, when the Chiefs head to Mile High to take on the Broncos in an AFC West showdown. Darnold finally made his eagerly awaited return from mono after missing the past four weeks.
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The second-year QB was outstanding , throwing for yards and two touchdowns in leading the touchdown-underdog Jets to their first win of the season. Henry caught eight of nine targets for yards and two touchdowns in his first game action since going down with a knee injury Week 1.
Owners can safely start Henry with confidence going forward. Jeffery was a bright spot in a down day for the Eagles in Week 6. The veteran wideout caught 10 of his 12 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown, en route to Jeffery will look to continue his strong play against a struggling Cowboys defense next Sunday.
The veteran running back, who had posted double-digit PPR fantasy points in every game before Sunday, was brutal on the road against the Broncos. Henry will look to get back on track against a Chargers defense that was just torched by James Conner and Benny Snell Jr. Owners can expect a nice bounceback when Henry and the Titans return home in Week 7.
Boyd posted his worst stat line of the season, just one week after posting his season-best Boyd caught only three of his seven targets yesterday for a woeful 10 yards. Things may not get any better for Boyd when the Bengals return home in Week 7 for a tough matchup against the Jaguars. Cousins performed at an elite level for the first time this season on Sunday against the Eagles.
Cousins finally connected with star wide receiver Stefon Diggs one week after he Adam Thielen finally got back on track. Cousins, who now has six touchdown passes in his last two games, will look to continue his strong play on the road against the Lions. The second-year back was outstanding once again in Week 6 versus Seattle, rushing for yards and two touchdowns.
Chubb, who has gained yards from scrimmage in three of his last four games, posted Diggs brought in seven of his 11 targets for yards and three touchdowns, in the breakout game his fantasy owners have been yearning for. It was the second time in the last three games that Diggs has gone over the century mark in receiving. Owners will be looking for more of the same in Week 7 when the Vikings head on the road to take on the Lions. McLaurin is becoming a fantasy star in his rookie season and once again rewarded owners in Week 6 with double-digit PPR fantasy points for the fourth time in five games.
His 26 PPR fantasy points were a personal season-high, after grabbing four of seven targets for yards and two touchdowns.
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His receiving yards leads all rookies. Fantasy owners will be looking for another strong outing in Week 7 when Washington returns home to take on San Francisco. The star wide receiver who came into Sunday as fantasy's overall WR4 crushed his owners in Week 6 against the Jets.
Cooper made only one reception for three yards before being forced from the game with a quad injury.
Owners will be hoping Cooper can return to action next Sunday when the Cowboys return home in a plus-matchup against a struggling Eagles secondary. Dissly had become one of fantasy football's biggest surprises, emerging as a favorite target of Russell Wilson. Heading into Week 6, Dissly had become fantasy's overall TE6 after three straight double-digit performances. However, if the early reports are accurate, then Dissly may be lost for the season with an Achilles injury.
Owners will be waiting with bated breath for a positive word that the emerging tight has not suffered a second straight season-ending injury. Peterson did not disappoint with his first yard rushing effort of the season en route to Despite his season-best performance, owners should place Peterson back on the bench with brutal matchups against the 49ers, Vikings and Bills in the next several weeks.