Fantasy Football Week 6: Underrated Players Worthy of Starting Slots

October 12, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With a number of superstar talents struggling to live up to their potential through the first five weeks of the season, fantasy football owners have been forced to take more risks this fall.
Sure, starting lesser-known names or unproven players can be stressful. But not if you have these guys on your roster.
Let's take a look at a few underrated players who are worthy of starting slots in your lineup this weekend.
*Availability and standard-league scoring stats according to ESPN Fantasy.
Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers, TE
Veteran tight end Greg Olsen has been quiet over the past couple of weeks, but he should have a big day against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 6.
The Vikings secondary is among the worst in the league and is surrendering 326 yards per game through the air in 2013. That's excellent news for Olsen owners.
In addition to his favorable matchup, Olsen ranks second among Carolina Panthers receivers in targets with 30 ...

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