Fantasy Football: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em Recommendations for Week 5

Four weeks have come and gone in the NFL season, leaving just 13 weeks remaining. The end of the season will be here before you know it. This means fantasy football playoffs will be here as well.

Week 4 was action packed with big time performances, especially at the quarterback position. We had four QBs throw for four or more touchdowns (Mitchell Trubisky, Jared Goff, Andrew Luck and Derek Carr). All of them should’ve came out with wins or at least a tie (sorry Indianapolis Colts fans).

You can’t forget the performances from Alvin Kamara, Ezekiel Elliott or James White either. They all scored 30 or more fantasy points, willing people to victory in their fantasy leagues.

Another thing we saw, was the end of Fitzmagic. It’s tragic, but we’ll likely no longer see Ryan Fitzpatrick and his beard as a starting QB again this year. All great things must come to an end.

This week and going forward, I will be doing my start/sit article a little differently. I’ll make it more reader-friendly, by giving just a couple quick tidbits on why I like or don’t like a certain player.

Hopefully this is helpful to everyone who reads this.

Now onto Week 5, I make all of my decisions based on PPR (points per reception) scoring. My picks can be used to help you in season long leagues or DFS (daily fantasy sports) leagues. Whichever floats your boat.

Here are my picks for Week 5.

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