Fantasy managers shouldn't see a lot of surprises in the wide reciever rankings this week. Two Miami Dolphins wideouts are in the top 10, despite the fact that Tua Tagovailoa will likely be out in Week 6. Teddy Bridgewater might be able to return for Miami's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Either way, it is a good matchup for both Tyreek Hill (assuming he's healthy) and Jaylen Waddle.
Another wide receiver to crack the top 20 is Drake London. He has had two weeks where he hasn't performed as well as expected (2/17/0 and 4/35/0) but the two weeks prior he scored touchdowns. The Falcons are still figuring out their offense on all fronts and London is going to be a part of that. They face the San Francisco 49ers in Week 6, which is a tough matchup, but London is a low WR2.
NFL Wide Receiver Rankings: Week 6
Teams on bye: Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Tennessee
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