Week 6 Fantasy Football Blog

It’s Week 6 and we have a ton of great matchups heading your way this Sunday. Can’t watch the games this afternoon? We have you covered with all of the action during the 1:00 pm and the 4:00 pm ET slate of games.


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1:00 pm ET

Packers – Bears

Bengals – Lions

Texans – Colts

Rams – Giants

Chiefs – Washington

Vikings – Panthers

Chargers – Ravens

(3:56) Patrick Mahomes added more points for Kansas City with a TD pass to WR Demarcus Robinson for 24 yards.

(3:49) Lions score a touchdown! D’Andre Swift rushed for one-yard and WR Amon-Ra St. Brown’s reception for the two-point conversion.

INJURY UPDATE: Oh no, TE Travis Kelce looks hurt on the sideline.

(3:41) Rodgers ran it in himself for a Packers touchdown against the Bears.

(3:37) Davante Adams caught a nice pass from Aaron Rodgers for a 41-yard gain but just stepped out of bounds at the 21-yard line.

(3:34) The Vikings scored a touchdown with a 5-yard touchdown to Adam Thielen.

(3:26) Fields connected with WR Darnell Mooney. They cut the Packers lead to 17-14.

(3:23) Cooper Kupp scored another touchdown for the Rams against the Giants.

(3:20) Chris Evans for the Bengals has three rush attempts for 14 yards, but also has three receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown. Monitoring his progress in the offense could be very interesting. TE C.J. Uzomah just scored on the back of an Evans catch to extend their lead 26-0.

(3:16) Blocked punt! Panthers block the Vikings punt to scoop and score.

INJURY UPDATE: Latavius Murray was limping off the field. Not good for the Ravens.

(3:13) Jones threw another interception. Nope. Not joking.

Mahomes found Tyreek Hill for a touchdown and the Chiefs take the lead over Washington. Perhaps they have worked out some kinks.

Story continues

(3:03) Aaron Jones scored a receiving touchdown for the Packers and Jonathan Taylor broke off a big run for 83 yards to set up the Colts in the red zone. Taylor got the touchdown at the end of the drive.

Evan McPherson added three points for the Bengals to extend their lead 20-0 over the Lions.

(2:58) Chargers are going for on fourth down and one, but the pass was incomplete.

(2:51) TE Mark Andrews add another touchdown to his stat line after a big week last week. He gets a touchdown for the Ravens. They extend their lead 24-6 and the Chargers need to step it up if they have any chance in the second half.

(2:43) Oh boy, Joe Mixon broke off a big run for the Bengals with a 40-yard touchdown.

(2:38) Daniel Jones just keeps shooting himself in the foot. He threw another pick for the Giants third turnover. Might as well put Mike Glennon in at this point.

Well, well, well…. The Giants get the ball right back with an interception on Stafford.

(2:33) It’s Darrell Henderson doing his best impression of Kupp or Woods and lined up out wide a receiver. He caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Stafford. The Rams extend their lead over the Giants 28-3.

(2:25) Patrick Mahomes keep making reckless choices and threw another interception. Wow.

(2:22) Finally, Heinicke made a move on offense with a touchdown to TE Ricky Seals-Jones.

(2:20) RB Darrell Henderson rushed in the touchdown for the Rams after the Giants interception.

(2:16) Washington returned the turnover favor with one of their own against the Chiefs.

Also, Jones threw an interception and the Rams take over with great field position. It sounds repetitive, but it’s true.

The Panthers cut the lead down with a field goal. They trail the Vikings only 12-10.

(2:13) Packers had a touchdown taken off the board with an offensive pass interference. Packers elect to kick to a 33-yard field goal. Never mind… it remains third down. That was weird.

The Chargers finally get on the board against the Ravens with a touchdown pass to TE Jared Cook, Mr. Clutch.

INJURY UPDATE: Mike Williams, wide receiver for the Chargers, is down on the field and looks to be in a lot of pain.

(2:09) Washington coughed the ball up and the Chiefs take over on offense. Taylor Heinicke has been unable to take advantage of the Chiefs’ porous defense so far.

(2:07) Ok, A.J. Dillon, I see you. He ripped off a 30-yard run for the Packers. His usage is increasing as the season progresses, much to the chagrin of Aaron Jones managers.

(2:04) Justin Tucker added three more points to the Ravens already substantial lead over the Chargers 17-0.

Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp capitalized on the turnover with a touchdown pass and reception. They lead the Giants 14-3.

(2:01) The Texans put some boards on the board with a field goal. They trail the Colts 10-3.

The Lions are backed up on their own 26-yard line, but HC Dan Campbell went for it anyway… and they got the first down. Nice!

Daniel Jones was sacked and the Rams recovered with excellent field position inside the red zone.

(1:56) Aaron Jones and the Packers are on the one-yard line against the Bears. They have yet to score in this game and the Bears already have a score. WR Allen Lazard on a shovel pass from Aaron Rodgers gets the Packers on the board.

(1:55) Washington have to settle for another field goal after they fail to get into the end zone yet again. They now trail the Chiefs 10-6.

(1:51) New Vikings’ TE Chris Herndon (not TE Tyler Conklin) scored for the Vikings. There is a flag but it’s on defensive. The Vikings are going for two and get half the distance to the goal thanks to the penalty. Oh wow! The Panthers’ defense bottled up Dalvin Cook and the two-point conversion is unsuccessful.

After a 22-yard completion to WR Cooper Kupp, it was Robert Woods who found the end zone for the Rams.

(1:44) The Ravens rushed in another touchdown, but this time it was Le’Veon Bell. This rotating backfield is going to continue to be a nightmare for fantasy.

(1:37) Fake punt for the Rams! Oh wait, there’s a flag. Boo. Fourth down will be repeated after off-setting unsportsmanlike conduct on each team. This time, they end up just punting. Boring.

(1:35) Oh no! Mahomes was picked off again, his fifth in five consecutive games. It was an eerily similar scene to what we saw last week when a pass bounced right out of WR Tyreek Hill’s hands (who is dealing with a thigh injury) and into the waiting arms of the defense.

(1:32) Vikings have to rely on Joseph again for another field goal.

(1:30) Holy cow! Big touchdown pass and catch from Carson Wentz to Parris Campbell. 51-yard touchdown for the Colts over the Texans.

Lions just picked off Burrow who was looking for Ja’Marr Chase.

(1:24) The Ravens strike first against the Chargers and the worst run defense in the league. RB Latavius Murray scored the TD.

Dustin Hopkins kicked a field goal for Washington who lead 7-3 now.

(1:22) Chubba Hubbard, filling in for Christian McCaffrey who in on IR, got into the end zone for the Panthers after Darnold starting the game with an interception.

(1:20) RB Khalil Herbert finished off the drive with a touchdown. He is the sole remaining RB for the Bears with David Montgomery on IR and Damien Williams on COVID-19 reserve.

(1:19) Justin Fields completed a 20-yard pass to WR Allen Robinson and are marching their way into the red zone against the Packers. Robinson is finally starting to show some life now that Fields is getting more comfortable under center.

INJURY UPDATE: Giants WR Kadarius Toney has been ruled OUT for the remainder of the game.

(1:11) Is Jody Fortson really becoming a thing? He caught a 22-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes to set up Darrell Williams for two-yard touchdown run.

RB Chris Evans caught a 24-yard pass from Joe Burrow for a Bengals score against the Lions

The Giants had to kick a field goal to put points on the board against the Rams.

(1:07) The Vikings could not convert the turnover with a touchdown and have to settle for a 25-yard field goal by Greg Joseph. The Panthers defense came up with several big stops against WR KJ Osborn, TE Tyler Conklin, and RB Dalvin Cook.

(1:04) Sam Darnold opens up their game against the Vikings with an interception. Not a great start for the Panthers. The Vikings have great field position on the 22-yard line.

Daniel Jones nearly fumbled against the Rams, but the Giants were able to recover.

Updates coming after 1:00 pm kick-off!


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