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It’s already week six of the NFL season. With four teams taking bye weeks there are 13 games on Sunday and Monday; providing exciting fantasy football day league rosters to select from.  We invite fantasy football players from. Let’s single out some good Fantasy Football picks for week six.

It will be a key NFC East battle on Monday night football as the New York Giants are going to travel to face the Philadelphia Eagles. The division is up for grabs as the Giants sit in first place at 3-2 and the Eagles, Redskins and Cowboys are just one game back with a record of 2-3. Philadelphia’s season got off to a poor start as the club was 1-3 after a week four loss at Washington. With the Eagles 39-17 home victory against the Saints they kept pace with the Giants in the division. The offensive numbers looked really bad for Philadelphia until things began heading in the right direction with their high scoring output last week.

The New York Giants have had issues with their pass rush all season. They are not putting enough pressure on opposing quarterbacks and as a result they rank 32nd and last in pass defense by allowing 304 yards per game. It was a bad sign that the Giants allowed the anemic 49ers offense produce 27 points last week. With time to throw for Bradford this should make for a good fantasy performance for Eagles playmakers on Monday Night.

Play Sam Bradford (QB)

It is hard to grade Bradford as a fantasy football flier on a two interception performance as a good game last week. He did show improvement in the Eagle’s offense last week in the win against New Orleans by hitting on 32 of 45 passes for 333 yards with two touchdowns and two picks. With a poor pass rush and pass defense from the Giants look for Bradford to have a big game on Monday night at home.

Play Jordan Matthews (WR)

The second year wide out is targeted heavily by Bradford this year with 45. He has caught 30 passes for 325 yards and a touchdown. Our breakout fantasy advice, expect a big game from Matthews against the Giants.

Play DeMarco Murray (RB)

With the bad Giants pass defense look for DeMarco Murray to get some carries and major yardage here as New York will look to defend the pass. After catching seven balls last week, Murray is a definite fantasy keeper; so expect the running back to be active in the passing game.

The New England Patriots will meet the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night football. A glaring weakness for Indianapolis is defending the pass as the team surrenders 286 yards through the air per game which is 28th in the league. The Patriots are 4-0 and come off a 30-6 road win at Dallas last week. New England is the number one offense in the NFL. They rank as the top passing team in football by throwing for 331 yards per game. Tom Brady will be expensive on one day NFL cash leagues but will be worth it as he throws with motivation against a weak Colts pass defense. New England averages two fewer turnovers per game than the Colts.

Play Tom Brady (QB)

Tom Brady is on top of his game and the Patriots playmakers are fairly healthy although the team took a blow to their right tackle that is out for the year. Brady completed over 70% of his throws in three of his four games. He has two touchdown passes or greater in all four of his games this season. What is working in Brady’s favor is his two top running backs in Dion Lewis and LeGarrette Blount are rushing for nearly five yards per carry combined which will force the linebacker’s to respect the run.  All in all the Patriots are definitely are leading the pack as the on of the best fantasy picks around

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