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Cameron Brate - Tampa Bay - TE

Cameron Brate has 18 targets over the last two weeks, and I am not counting the Monday game, so keep an eye on that if the trend continues. He is a force in the red zone with 31% of the targets, and has two red zone touchdowns already. Vincent Jackson is not a threat anymore, and Adam Humphries isn't a red zone target. If you are dealing with some troubles at this position, Brate is emerging as a fantasy relevant option.

Dorial Green-Beckham - Philadelphia - WR

We haven't seen Dorial Green-Beckham emerge yet, as he is still transitioning with the Eagles. This is a modest weak of waiver wire adds, so if you are in a deeper league, or have a spot, DGB is a guy to consider for the second half stretch. He is playing 50% of the snaps, which is expected to increase. Carson Wentz has also looked like a quarterback to help his wideouts thrive. If you are looking to stash a possible WR3 guy going forward, DGB has my attention.

Week 6 Streaming Options

Marcus Mariota - Tennessee Titans - QB - Browns

Marcus Mariota is coming off of his best week in 2016, and will have a matchup against Cleveland to help continues. The Browns are a bit inflated after a matchup with Tom Brady, but they have allowed the fifth most fantasy points per game. They rank 21st against the pass, and Mariota's rushing ability gives him a decent floor when he can tack on a few points. Jay Cutler is coming back soon, which may or may not mean the end for Hoyer, but he has been a big streaming success.

Other Suggestions: Brian Hoyer

Bilal Powell - New York Jets - RB - @ Cardinals

Bilal Powell is finally getting some run, and a lot of it has to do with them playing from behind. Matt Forte's workload is also on a downfall. Arizona is a tough defense, but this should be another game flow putting Powell on the field more often. He has had 16 targets over the last two weeks, and I definitely another 5-6 targets is there again. Powell has 15% of the targets, which is behind Enunwa and Marshall.

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Eddie Royal - Chicago Bears - WR - Jaguars

Eddie Royal may not have practiced all week, but he ended up playing against the Colts. He is going to be a fill-in going forward, especially under Brian Hoyer. Royal is going to be a number two target in the Chicago passing game with Kevin White on the IR. I would also look to pick him up for an extended stretch. Jacksonville ranks 28th against WR2 this season, with a 27% DVOA.

Other Suggestions: Phillip Dorsett, Sammie Coates

Charles Clay - Buffalo Bills - TE - @ 49ers

Charles Clay has 12 targets since Sammy Watkins went to the IR, and he has caught 10 of them for 120 yards. Clay is going to continue to be a target with Watkins out, due to the secondary options being lesser role receivers. The 49ers are allowing the 12th most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends. Clay is hardly owned, and with Brate above on a bye week, fire away.

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Pittsburgh Steelers - D/ST - @ Dolphins

The Dolphins are allowing the 6th most fantasy points per game to opposing defenses, and while the Steelers have been lackluster, this is a spot for them to return to at least an average outcome. The Steelers have an average pass defense, but with Pittsburgh likely being ahead by numerous points, we can see the potential for more Ryan Tannehill mistakes and pressure. This is a team that just allowed seven sacks to Tennessee, who are also in play this week.

Other Suggestions: Tennessee Titans