2017-18 NFL Week 6 Winners and Losers

Hi everyone. This week was full of countless upsets and outstanding fantasy performances from normally quiet players, so there are plenty of things to write about this week. However, due to some unfortunate circumstances and unwanted work in my schedule, I will not be posting full analysis for this week’s “Winners and Losers”. I was planning on writing this week’s column after Tuesday night’s NBA game between the Celtics and Cavaliers, but after experiencing Gordon Hayward’s heartbreaking leg injury live on air, I was in shock and couldn’t bring myself to write about how Kirk Cousins shredded the 49ers. That was one of the most unfortunate injuries I have ever seen in sports, and no one should ever have to go through that. My thoughts go out to Gordon and his family. I hope he gets well soon. Don’t worry though guys! Check back tomorrow for my weekly rankings, and again on Thursday for my “Start Em, Sit Em” report and game picks. Also, since I don’t plan on leaving you all empty handed, here are my Winners and Losers for Week 6 of the 2017-18 NFL season, minus the analysis.



Kirk Cosuins

Carson Wentz


Melvin Gordon

Adrian Perterson


Antonio Brown

Larry Fitzgerald


Cameron Brate

Evan Engram


Ryan Succop

Kai Forbath


New Orleans Saints

Houston Texans



Aaron Rodgers

Jameis Winston


Ty Montgomery

Marshawn Lynch


TY Hilton

Tyreek Hill


Jared Cook

Delanie Walker


Brandon McManus

Giorgio Tavecchio


Atlanta Falcons

Tennesee Titans

Once again, I’m sorry for the inconvenience of no analysis today. I’ll be back tomorrow. Get well soon Gordon Hayward!

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