Fantasy owners may have been hesitant to start Jameis Winston in Week 6, but he finished as the top quarterback (depending on league scoring), beating out Patrick Mahomes. Winston is playing for an offense that has plenty of weapons, and will often be playing from behind. The Bucs' defense is terrible, coupled with a non-existent running game, and Winston is going to be throwing the ball a lot this season. He's still only 59 percent owned in Yahoo! leagues; if he's available, grab him now.
While many fantasy owners figured Mitchell Trubisky's six-touchdown performance for a fluke, Trubisky threw three more in Week 6 and once again finished in the top five in terms of fantasy points. The Bears take on the Patriots in Week 7, and that has the potential to be a high-scoring game. The Patriots are going to put up points, regardless of how good the Bears defense is, and Trubisky is going to be trying to catch up. He's ranked No. 16, but for those looking to pick up a quarterback to replace Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson, he's only 29 percent owned.
Teams on bye: Green Bay, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Seattle
— Rankings by Sarah Lewis, who is part of the Athlon Contributor network and lives, eats, and breathes fantasy football. Have a fantasy football question? Send it to her on Twitter @Sarah_Lewis32.