LeVeon Bell PIT vs MIA
Bell has been on a tear since returning from his suspension but his best game has yet to be played, amazingly. With the Steelers relying on Big Ben’s arm a lot these past few weeks, look for the Steelers to jump out to an early lead and lean on Bell to finish this one off on the road.
Theo Riddick DET vs LAR
The Rams have showed to be stingy against the pass this season and the Lions offense has shown they are vulnerable to stingy secondary’s through week 5. However, the Rams rank 28th against the run and have allowed 122 yards per game on the ground which bodes well for Riddick, considering he is literally the only guy on the Lions roster who can handle a full work load with all the injuries they have had this year at the position.
Jarvis Landry MIA vs Pitt
You don’t need a magic eight ball to tell you how much the Dolphins will have to pass in this game against the scorching hot Steelers, which is good news for fantasy owners of the talented wide out. Landry should get plenty of targets here with Miami, expected by many, to be trailing big right out of the gate and with the Steelers allowing the third most yards to receivers in the league he should get plenty of yardage with those catches.
Kelvin Benjamin CAR vs NO
Benjamin has struggled, along with the whole Carolina team these past few weeks, but at the end of the day this team has way too much talent on it to go to 1-5. If Cam Newton plays, look for Kelvin to put up some monster numbers this week against a familiar foe he has dominated in the past.
Jason Witten DAL vs GB
With Dez Bryant still doubtful to return and Terrance Williams now questionable for week 6, look for the Cowboys to take advantage of a loaded box with short to mid range passing attempts to Witten. He has been the veteran leader in this offense, guiding the two rookies Prescott/Elliot, and they will need him more than ever with Green Bay ranking first in yards allowed to running backs allowing a ridiculous 43 yards per game on the ground so far in 2016.
Delanie Walker TEN vs CLE
Walker has proven the test of time to be a very valuable receiver for the Titans, especially on a team that lacks the vertical punch needed to be successful in todays NFL. Now, in comes the Cleveland Browns, a team that has given up an eye popping 5 touchdowns to the tight end position the last two weeks (Jordan Reed-2 in week 4, Martellus Bennett-3 in week 5).