2017 Fantasy Football: The Week That Was Week 6 Cover Image
2017 Fantasy Football: The Week That Was Week 6
Glenn Colton
Marc Methot Headshot

Methot finished Saturday's win over Colorado with one shot and a plus-1 rating.

Through five games with his new team, Methot has no points and just three shots. His contributions to fantasy rosters has been minimal. Though, he has provided owners with nine blocked shots and a team-leading 15 hits. In most formats, you may get more production from another player.
1:25 am (EST)
Jussi Jokinen Headshot

Jokinen put four shots on net in 15:01 of ice time during Saturday's drubbing at the hands of the Senators.

Through four games with the Oilers, Jokinen has yet to get on the scoresheet. He's put 10 pucks on net, but he's not seeing a whole lot of ice time. Saturday's 15:01 was a high-water mark for the young season. He's a long way from that 30-goal season in 2010. He's likely to be a role player this year. He can still score, but the ceiling isn't very high.
1:20 am (EST)
Alexander Radulov Headshot

Radulov contributed a pair of shots and a plus-1 rating in Saturday's win over Dallas.

Through five games with the Stars, Radulov is still looking for his first goal with the new club. He's logged 12 shots in those contests and though it might be less production than expected, he's still getting a big opportunity playing alongside Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin. He played 20:21 in Saturday's game with 6:03 coming on the power play.
1:16 am (EST)
T.Y. Hilton Headshot

Hilton caught one of four targets for 19 yards in Monday night's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

Hilton has topped 150 yards twice already this season, but has now gone for 30 yards or fewer in both of his efforts the following week. On the back last Sunday's 177 yards -- the second most of his career -- the usually electric Hilton was a non-factor Monday, accounting for under 20 yards for just the seventh time in 84 regular-season outings. To make matters worse, Hilton is tasked with a tough matchup against arguably the league's best starting cornerback duo, A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey, this Sunday.
1:08 am (EST)
Wes Iwundu Headshot

Iwundu averaged 16.1 minutes over five games this preseason.

The rookie struggled with his shot this preseason, shooting 35 percent from the field and 18 percent from three. Barring injury, Iwundu likely won't see the court too often this season.
12:54 am (EST)
Jack Doyle Headshot

Doyle caught seven of 11 targets for 50 yards and a touchdown, but also lost a fumble in Monday night's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

Doyle overcame a concussion to be cleared to return for Monday's contest. Not only did he lead the Colts in receptions and targets, but Doyle scored the team's lone offensive touchdown with an eight-yard catch to start the second quarter. That being said, a fumble added a sour note to his night, as he's now coughed the ball up in two of his last three appearances.
12:51 am (EST)
Phil Dawson Headshot

Dawson nailed all five extra-point attempts and his only field-goal try during Sunday's 38-33 victory against the Buccaneers

Through two-plus seasons, Dawson has had no trouble with the longer PAT, missing just two of them, including none of his eleven chances this year. Field goals have been another story, though. After missing one in each of his first three contests as a Cardinal, he's righted the ship with just one misfire (a blocked 51-yarder in Week 5) on six attempts over the last trio of outings. Nevertheless, he ranks only 23rd in scoring (6.8 points per game) among kickers with at least five appearances, likely due to Arizona's status as the 20th-most potent offense (19.8 points per game) of the current campaign.
12:47 am (EST)
Donte Moncrief Headshot

Moncrief caught five of seven targets for 67 yards in Monday night's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

Moncrief posted season highs in catches and yards on a night when top wideout T.Y. Hilton was restricted to one reception for 19 yards. While that provided a small boost to Moncrief's stock, Jacksonville's dynamic starting cornerback duo of A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey awaits this Sunday.
12:47 am (EST)
Frank Gore Headshot

Gore rushed 10 times for 49 yards and caught two of three targets for 18 yards in Monday night's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

Gore's 4.9 yards per rush marked a season high, but the veteran's totals have been strikingly similar through six weeks. In fact, Gore has rushed for between 42 and 49 yards in five games, with Week 3's 25-carry, 57-yard outing serving as the outlier. At 34 years old, Gore is still grinding out yardage, but it's clear that his upside is limited, especially if he doesn't find the end zone.
12:39 am (EST)
Derrick Jones Jr. Headshot

Jones averaged 5.9 minutes over four games this preseason.

Jones averaged 17.0 minutes per game last season, most of which came after he moved into the second unit after the Suns traded away P.J. Tucker. The Suns added rookie Josh Jackson in this past draft and he will compete with T.J. Warren for the starting spot at small forward, which will likely result in a decreased role for Jones.
12:37 am (EST)
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