Tom Brady keeps on rolling with 355 yards and two touchdowns. He’s so far ahead of most quarterbacks that, despite the age, he has to be a top-five dynasty QB.
Likewise, Rob Gronkowski had 11 catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. He’s dynasty’s top TE. Period.
On defense, linebacker Jamie Collins led the way with 12 tackles plus a sack. He should be considered a LB1 in dynasty IDP formats.
Even though he’s not the long-term answer, Ryan Fitzpatrick is a solid option this season. Today, he had 295 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. It’s possible you could sell him this year to a win-now team.
Receiver Eric Decker continues to provide value under the radar with six catches for 94 yards and a team-high 12 targets. Decker has succeeded despite changes in coaches and quarterbacks.
Defensive end Sheldon Richardson added another sack in his second game back. He’s a DL1 when healthy and playing but it’s anyone’s guess if he’ll be back with New York next year. I might try to sell high.
Blake Bortles had an up and down day with 182 yards plus two touchdowns and an interception. After looking like a bust in the first part of the season, Bortles has come on strong lately. He could end up as a low-end dynasty QB1 by the end of the season.
Meanwhile, running back T.J. Yeldon had a good day with 115 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown. He faced a tough defense so it was encouraging. The entire Jaguar offense has picked it up lately which is good news for Yeldon.
Young receiver Allen Robinson re-established his place as the top target in Jacksonville, leading the team in targets (9), receptions (6), and yards (98). He also added a touchdown. Robinson can safely be viewed as a low-end WR2 in dynasty rankings
Running back LeSean McCoy had an ok day with 68 yards rushing plus two catches for 36 yards. He’s a low-end RB1 until further notice.
Receiver Robert Woods had a good game in place of starter Sammy Watkins with nine catches for 84 yards and a touchdown. Woods may not find a long-term place in Buffalo but should be a reliable piece somewhere else.
Safety Corey Graham had nine tackles plus an interception returned for a touchdown. He’s played like a solid DB1 this season but, at 30 years old, should probably considered more of a DB2 in IDP dynasty leagues.
Russell Wilson had a very pedestrian 235 yards plus a touchdown and two interceptions. He added 20 yards on the ground. It’s been a down year for Wilson but all the means for dynasty purposes is he’s in the large group of QB1’s in dynasty rankings instead of making the leap to elite status.
Running back Marshawn Lynch got back on track with 122 yards and a touchdown. It was his best game all season and confirms his RB1 status.
Receiver Tyler Lockett had a breakout game with five catches for 79 yards and a touchdown. He’s already made plays in the return game but more games like this on offense makes Lockett an intriguing dynasty prospect.
Colin Kaepernick looked bad. He threw for 124 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions and no rushing yards. He’s not even a QB2 at this point.
Running back Carlos Hyde ran for 40 yards on 11 carries. Hyde may be the only good offensive dynasty piece on the entire team.
Linebacker Michael Wilhoite had another double-digit tackle game. He now has 63 on the year and is on his way to 150+.
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had an average day with 249 yards and a touchdown plus two interceptions. More and more it looks like Bridgewater may not be making the leap to QB1 status.
Meanwhile, receiver Stefon Diggs caught seven passes for 129 yards. This after he caught six passes for 87 yards. He’s now starting thanks to an injury to Charles Johnson and could keep the job playing like this.
Linebacker Eric Kendricks had his best game so far with 10 tackles and a sack. Those are LB1 numbers if he can keep that up.
It was a dud of a debut for Charcandrick West as Jamaal Charles backup with just 33 yards on nine carries plus a fumble. It’s safe to say you don’t need to make any moves for him.
Tight end Travis Kelce continues to make due with five catches for 88 yards on seven targets. With the injury to Jeremy Maclin, maybe Kelce is in line for more targets.
Defensive lineman Allen Bailey had another big game with eight tackles and another sack. He’s quickly becoming a DL1/2 in dynasty formats.
Quarterback Landry Jones went eight of 12 for 168 yards and two touchdowns in relief of Mike Vick and might takeover the backup job permanently. He’d also be a good flier on your taxi squad as the main backup to Big Ben in a good offense.
Receiver Martavis Bryant came back from suspension with a fury with six catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns. He’s currently a WR2 with those numbers but his stock will be much higher.
Quarterback Carson Palmer had 421 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions He’s still performing as a low-end QB1 with that yardage.
The receiver of the week for Arizona was John Brown with 10 catches for 196 yards. We’d feel much better if the Cardinals moved on from one of Brown, Larry Fitzgerald or Michael Floyd but Brown should still be considered a WR3/4 at a minimum.
Running back Chris Ivory continues to bulldoze teams with 146 more yards plus a touchdown. He’s now averaging over 110 yards per game and is a rock solid RB2 in dynasty formats despite his relative old age of 27.
Receiver Brandon Marshall continues to dominate with seven more catches for 111 yards and a touchdown. He’s shown no signs of slowing down after being traded from Chicago and should be considered a high-end WR2 in dynasty formats.
Defensive end Sheldon Richardson had a half sack in his return to the Jets from suspension. He may have lost value sitting out the first four games but should be considered a DL2 in dynasty formats. He’s still only 24 but, currently, plays on a good, young Jets defense.
Rookie receiver Jamison Crowder caught four passes for 40 yards in a bad game for the entire offense. He should be scaled back as DeSean Jackson returns from injury but Crowder could be an asset next year.
Reserve tight end Derek Carrier had his best game of the year with four catches for 39 yards. Carrier is only playing thanks to injuries to Jordan Reed and Niles Paul but could be a good reserve for your dynasty team.
Another super performance from Andy Dalton with three touchdowns and 243 passing yards. His play has put him in the QB1 conversation.
The running back situation is much more like it was at the beginning of last year where it’s pretty even. Jeremy Hill had 56 yards on 16 carries while Gio Bernard had eight carries for 50 yards and a touchdown. Bernard also added a 23 yard reception. Both should be considered no better than RB2s in dynasty formats.
Defensive end Carlos Dunlap had 1.5 more sacks for 6.5 through six games on the season. He’s just 26 but is easily a DL1 in dynasty formats.
Running back LeSean McCoy returned from injury with 90 yards on just 17 carries and a touchdown. He should produce at close to RB1 numbers for this year but it’s obvious his days are numbered. We’d trade him while you still can.
Tight end Charles Clay caught nine passes for 62 yards and continues to be a big part of the Buffalo offense. He’s squarely in the low-end TE1 conversation.
It was a throwback game for Drew Brees as he throws for 312 yards on 30 of 39 passing and a touchdown. It’s a rare good week for Brees but we still consider him a fringe-level QB1 in dynasty formats.
Saints rookie receiver Willie Snead had another solid game with four catches for 55 yards. He’s averaging over 70 yards a game through his first six games and could be a long-term replacement for Marques Colton.
Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe had a big day with 14 tackles. He can be one of the few player makers on an otherwise weak Saints defense and could carry LB2 value in dynasty leagues.
Matt Ryan had another good day with 295 yards and two touchdowns. He’s squarely in the mid-QB1 conversation in dynasty.
Devonta Freeman had another good day with 100 yards and a touchdown on just 13 carries. He also added eight catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. We don’t see Freeman being a three-down back going forward but should firmly stay as the receiving back which has plenty of value in PPR leagues.
Defensive end Adrian Clayborn had a sack and has two on the season. The 27-year old could be a decent DL3 option in dynasty as part of a weak Falcons defense.