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Fantasy Duds: Week 6 NFL players that did not show up to play

Mark Andrews Ravens Fantasy Duds
Week 6 Fantasy Duds is led by Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews. Andrews had a lousy game catching just two balls for 21 yards.

We thought after week 6 of the National Football League it would be important to breakdown the top players at each position who forgot to show up in Fantasy Football. There were some insane football games in week 6, some that went down to the and some that had teams winning we did not expect. Let’s break down the top 5 fantasy duds of week 6.


Drew Lock, QB, Denver Broncos – Yes, Lock was able to get the win, but man did he have lackluster performance. He finished the day 10/24 for 189 yards and 2 interceptions. It is impressive that the Broncos got the win over the Patriots but his performance was pretty rough.

Running back

Todd Gurley, RB, Atlanta Falcons – Last week Gurley tore it up, how did he follow up though? He ran the ball 20 times and could not get over 50 yards. He finished with 47 yards on the ground and no touchdowns. Hey, the Falcons got the win, but jeez that was a bad performance.

Wide Receiver

Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 1 reception for 10 yards? I needed more in my fantasy week but Evans did not do much during their huge blowout win against the Packers. This performance hurt me a little.

Tight End

Mark Andrews, TE, Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens tight end has been phenomenal all year long but this week he finished the game with 2 receptions for just 21 yards. That was not the performance I thought he would have against the Eagles, who have a weak secondary.


Houston Texans Defense – The Texans made some plays but could not stop the Titans when they needed to the most. They finished the game with 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 interception. They did everything they could to stay in the game but lost at the end because they could not stop Derrick Henry.

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