First, here’s last week’s results (4-4 last week, 30-24 for the season):
Kurt Warner – N/A (Injury)– Warner was knocked out early with a sprained ligament in his left elbow. He doesn’t need surgery, but the elbow is bothering him, especially when handing off. Warner is a game-time decision.
Donovan McNabb – L-278 yds, 1TD, 1 INT, 3 rush yds
Brandon Jacobs – N/A (Injury)– Jacobs was closing in on 100 rushing yards when he injured his ankle. He will probably play in week 7.
Adrian Peterson (Vikings) –W-224 yds, 9 rec yds, 3 TDs- I should count this one twice. Peterson showed he wasn’t full of it when he set 1,800 yards as his goal for the season.
Wes Welker –W-124 yds, 2 TDs
Ike Hilliard –L-59 yds
Amani Toomer –W-89 yds, 1 TD
Alge Crumpler –L-9 yds
Cleveland –L-2 sacks, 2 INTs
John Kasay –W-13 pts
On to Week 7:
Jeff Garcia – He may not get a ton of attempts per game, but he has found a groove over the past couple of contests, and he goes against a Lions D that has given up 31 points a game.
Eli Manning – I still think Eli has been a little disappointing this season, but he’s done ok against weaker teams the last two weeks. He gets two more of them the next two weeks in San Francisco and Miami.
Kevin Jones – He has regained the starting role, plus he is an excellent receiver in a pass-happy offense.
Marshawn Lynch – Lynch will get his first 100-yard game this week against the Bills.
Reggie Brown – Brown finally showed signs of life last week. This week he’ll grab his first TD of the season against a weakened Bears D.
Marty Booker – Someone has to be the main target with Chambers gone, and who doesn’t think the Dolphins will be playing from behind and forced to pass all day?
Amani Toomer – I am recommending Toomer for the second straight week. There’s a good chance he’s on your waiver wire, because he doesn’t get the respect he deserves as the second WR on a good offense.
Marcedes Lewis – David Garrard will need Lewis when things get hectic against the Indianapolis D.
Seattle – This inconsistent D will have one of its big fantasy weeks against the winless Rams
Jay Feeley – The Miami offense isn’t that bad, and the New England D isn’t that good. Before the game gets out of hand, the Dolphins will be happy just to put a few FGs on the board.Sports With Issa Asad