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FANTASY FOOTBALL: Final positional rankings for NFL Week 6


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Deshaun Watson, Matthew Stafford, Travis Kelce, Aaron Jones, George Kittle, Matt Ryan, Dalvin Cook and the eminently bankable Zeke Elliott headline this week’s final rankings.


  1. Deshaun Watson, Texans
  2. Matt Ryan, Falcons
  3. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs
  4. Matthew Stafford, Lions
  5. Jameis Winston, Buccaneers
  6. Lamar Jackson, Ravens
  7. Jared Goff, Rams
  8. Russell Wilson, Seahawks
  9. Dak Prescott, Cowboys
  10. Kyler Murray, Cardinals
  11. Aaron Rodgers, Packers
  12. Gardner Minshew II, Jaguars
  13. Kirk Cousins, Vikings
  14. Kyle Allen, Panthers
  15. Philip Rivers, Chargers
  16. Joe Flacco, Broncos
  17. Teddy Bridgewater, Saints
  18. Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers
  19. Carson Wentz, Eagles
  20. Marcus Mariota, Titans
  21. Baker Mayfield, Browns
  22. Josh Rosen, Dolphins
  23. Andy Dalton, Bengals
  24. Case Keenum, Redskins
  25. Sam Darnold, Jets
  26. Devlin Hodges, Steelers


  1. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys
  2. Alvin Kamara, Saints
  3. Mark Ingram, Ravens
  4. Christian McCaffrey, Panthers
  5. Nick Chubb, Browns
  6. Melvin Gordon, Chargers
  7. Damien Williams, Chiefs
  8. Le’Veon Bell, Jets
  9. Aaron Jones, Packers
  10. David Johnson, Cardinals
  11. Dalvin Cook, Vikings
  12. Leonard Fournette, Jaguars
  13. Chris Carson, Seahawks
  14. Derrick Henry, Titans
  15. James Conner, Steelers
  16. Matt Breida, 49ers
  17. Adrian Peterson, Redskins
  18. Kerryon Johnson, Lions
  19. Kenyan Drake, Dolphins
  20. Joe Mixon, Bengals
  21. Carlos Hyde, Texans
  22. Austin Ekeler, Chargers
  23. Devonta Freeman, Falcons
  24. Darrell Henderson, Rams
  25. Ronald Jones, Buccaneers
  26. LeSean McCoy, Chiefs
  27. Phillip Lindsay, Broncos
  28. Jordan Howard, Eagles
  29. Duke Johnson, Texans
  30. Malcolm Brown, Rams
  31. Chase Edmonds, Cardinals
  32. Gus Edwards, Ravens
  33. Rashaad Penny, Seahawks
  34. Alexander Mattison, Vikings
  35. Miles Sanders, Eagles
  36. Royce Freeman, Broncos
  37. Tevin Coleman, 49ers
  38. Jamaal Williams, Packers
  39. J.D. McKissic, Lions
  40. Ito Smith, Falcons
  41. Peyton Barber, Buccaneers
  42. Benny Snell Jr., Steelers
  43. Mark Walton, Dolphins
  44. Tony Pollard, Cowboys
  45. Latavius Murray, Saints
  46. Dion Lewis, Titans
  47. Reggie Bonnafon, Panthers
  48. Gio Bernard, Bengals
  49. Ty Johnson, Lions
  50. Dare Ogunbowale, Buccaneers


  1. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans
  2. Keenan Allen, Chargers
  3. Julio Jones, Falcons
  4. Adam Thielen, Vikings
  5. Mike Evans, Buccaneers
  6. Amari Cooper, Cowboys
  7. D.J. Moore, Panthers
  8. Demarcus Robinson, Chiefs
  9. Tyler Lockett, Seahawks
  10. Michael Thomas, Saints
  11. DJ Chark, Jaguars
  12. Kenny Golladay, Lions
  13. Chris Godwin, Buccaneers
  14. Will Fuller, Texans
  15. Cooper Kupp, Rams
  16. Odell Beckham Jr., Browns
  17. Marquez Valdez-Scantling, Packers
  18. Courtland Sutton, Broncos
  19. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals
  20. Robert Woods, Rams
  21. Alshon Jeffery, Eagles
  22. DeVante Parker, Dolphins
  23. Tyreek Hill, Chiefs
  24. Tyler Boyd, Bengals
  25. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers
  26. Marquise Brown, Ravens
  27. Jamison Crowder, Jets 
  28. Deebo Samuel, 49ers
  29. Terry McLaurin, Redskins
  30. Mohamed Sanu, Falcons
  31. Michael Gallup, Cowboys
  32. Brandin Cooks, Rams
  33. Stefon Diggs, Vikings
  34. Calvin Ridley, Falcons
  35. A.J. Brown, Titans
  36. Marvin Jones, Lions
  37. Mike Williams, Chargers
  38. Dede Westbrook, Jaguars
  39. Jarvis Landry, Browns
  40. Robby Anderson, Jets
  41. Geronimo Allison, Packers
  42. Mecole Hardman, Chiefs
  43. Willie Snead, Ravens
  44. Curtis Samuel, Panthers
  45. D.K. Metcalf, Seahawks
  46. Auden Tate, Bengals
  47. Corey Davis, Titans
  48. Preston Williams, Dolphins
  49. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos
  50. Byron Pringle, Chiefs
  51. Dante Pettis, 49ers
  52. Nelson Agholor, Eagles
  53. Christian Kirk, Cardinals
  54. Randall Cobb, Cowboys
  55. Ted Ginn Jr., Saints
  56. Diontae Johnson, Steelers
  57. KeeSean Johnson, Cardinals
  58. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Eagles
  59. Chris Conley, Jaguars
  60. Keke Coutee, Texans


  1. Travis Kelce, Chiefs
  2. George Kittle, 49ers
  3. Mark Andrews, Ravens
  4. Austin Hooper, Falcons
  5. Will Dissly, Seahawks
  6. Gerald Everett, Rams
  7. Greg Olsen, Panthers
  8. Zach Ertz, Eagles
  9. Jimmy Graham, Packers
  10. Delanie Walker, Titans
  11. O.J. Howard, Buccaneers
  12. Mike Gesicki, Dolphins
  13. Jared Cook, Saints
  14. T.J. Hockenson, Lions
  15. Darren Fells, Texans
  16. Vance McDonald, Steelers
  17. Tyler Eifert, Bengals
  18. Noah Fant, Broncos
  19. Hayden Hurst, Ravens
  20. Jordan Akins, Texans

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Jay Clemons remains the only sports writer on the planet to capture Cynposis Media’s national award for Sports Blog Of The Year (beating out,,, The Players’ Tribune in 2015), along with the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s pre-eminent award for Best Writer (2008). Through the years, Mr. Clemons has been a key figure with numerous blue-chip sports/media brands, namely the Detroit Lions, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, Bleacher Report and the NBC/Universal family. With Sports Illustrated (2006-11), Clemons served a triple role with‘s heralded football coverage—editing Peter King’s famed ‘Monday Morning Quarterback’ column, penning award-winning pieces for NFL and then writing/narrating scripted videos within the NFL and baseball realms. In 2013, Clemons’ first year with the company, FOX Sports South enjoyed a monumental increase of approximately 34 million Web hits in a 12-month cycle—merely posting 11 million hits the previous year. 

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