Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 6 RBs

 
 
 
 
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 6

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Pittsburgh at Miami (allows 24.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Le'Veon Bell (Sus), RB2 DeAngelo Williams, RB3 Fitzgerald Toussaint, RB4 Roosevelt Nix, RB5 Daryl Richardson
  2. Carolina at New Orleans (allows 24.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Jonathan Stewart, RB2 Cameron Artis-Payne, RB3 Mike Tolbert, RB4 Fozzy Whittaker, RB5 Brandon Wegher
  3. Buffalo vs. San Francisco (allows 24.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 LeSean McCoy, RB2 Mike Gillislee (Que), RB3 Jonathan Williams (Pro), RB4 Reggie Bush, RB5 Dri Archer
  4. Washington vs. Philadelphia (allows 23.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Matt Jones (Que), RB2 Chris Thompson (Pro), RB3 Rob Kelley, RB4 Keith Marshall (Que), RB5 Silas Redd (Out)
  5. Baltimore at New York Giants (allows 22.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Justin Forsett, RB2 Javorius Allen, RB3 Kenneth Dixon (Que), RB4 Terrance West, RB5 Lorenzo Taliaferro (Out)
  6. Green Bay vs. Dallas (allows 22.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Eddie Lacy, RB2 James Starks, RB3 John Crockett (Que), RB4 Aaron Ripkowski
  7. Denver at San Diego (allows 22.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 C.J. Anderson, RB2 Devontae Booker, RB3 Ronnie Hillman, RB4 Juwan Thompson, RB5 Kapri Bibbs
  8. Seattle vs. Atlanta (allows 22.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Thomas Rawls (Pro), RB2 Christine Michael, RB3 Alex Collins, RB4 C.J. Prosise, RB5 Derrick Coleman
  9. Chicago vs. Jacksonville (allows 21.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Jeremy Langford, RB2 Jordan Howard, RB3 Ka'Deem Carey, RB4 Jacquizz Rodgers, RB5 Senorise Perry (Pro)
  10. Tennessee vs. Cleveland (allows 19.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 DeMarco Murray, RB2 Derrick Henry, RB3 Antonio Andrews (Pro), RB4 Dexter McCluster, RB5 Bishop Sankey

Toughest Matchups

  1. Atlanta at Seattle (allows 13.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Devonta Freeman, RB2 Tevin Coleman, RB3 Terron Ward (Pro), RB4 Patrick DiMarco, RB5 Cyrus Gray
  2. Arizona vs. New York Jets (allows 14.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 David Johnson, RB2 Chris Johnson, RB3 Andre Ellington, RB4 Stepfan Taylor, RB5 Kerwynn Williams
  3. Oakland vs. Kansas City (allows 14.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Latavius Murray, RB2 DeAndre Washington, RB3 Marcel Reece (Sus), RB4 Taiwan Jones, RB5 Jamize Olawale
  4. Miami vs. Pittsburgh (allows 15.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Arian Foster, RB2 Jay Ajayi, RB3 Kenyan Drake (Que), RB4 Damien Williams, RB5 Daniel Thomas
  5. Cincinnati at New England (allows 16.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Giovani Bernard, RB2 Jeremy Hill, RB3 Rex Burkhead, RB4 Cedric Peerman
  6. New York Giants vs. Baltimore (allows 16.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Rashad Jennings, RB2 Shane Vereen, RB3 Paul Perkins, RB4 Andre Williams, RB5 Orleans Darkwa
  7. New York Jets at Arizona (allows 16.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Matt Forte (Pro), RB2 Bilal Powell, RB3 Khiry Robinson (Pro), RB4 Antone Smith, RB5 Tommy Bohanon
  8. San Diego vs. Denver (allows 16.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Danny Woodhead, RB2 Melvin Gordon, RB3 Branden Oliver (Que), RB4 Derek Watt, RB5 Dreamius Smith
  9. Cleveland at Tennessee (allows 16.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Duke Johnson, RB2 Isaiah Crowell, RB3 Terrell Watson, RB4 Raheem Mostert (Que), RB5 Glenn Winston (Pro)
  10. Dallas at Green Bay (allows 17.0 points per game to RBs)
    RB1 Ezekiel Elliott, RB2 Alfred Morris, RB3 Darren McFadden (Out), RB4 Lance Dunbar (Pro), RB5 Rod Smith