2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 6 Fantasy Football Sleepers

Last Updated: October 13th, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Fantasy Football picks are here at Bankroll Sports this year, and we are going to try to make the most of your NFL props betting options at BoDog Sportsbook by giving you some of the best fantasy football sleepers in Week 6!

Ryan Fitzpatrick vs. New York Giants
Fitzpatrick wasn’t owned in most leagues at the start of the season, but he became a hot commodity to pick up after the first couple weeks of the season. He has had back to back games with fewer than 200 yards passing, and the emergence of RB Fred Jackson has really eaten into his touchdown production. That being said, we have to remember that last week’s matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles was a tough one for the Ivy Leaguer. He’s smart enough to know that these defensive backs are the real deal and using the ground game was the best course of moving the ball up and down the field. The Giants still don’t have a fantastic secondary, and we tend to think that Fitzpatrick is going to be in for a significantly better game. If you’re in a bye week quandary and Fitzpatrick is out there, pick him up and don’t be afraid to start him.

Sam Bradford vs. Green Bay Packers
In most standard ESPN fantasy football leagues, Bradford hasn’t even averaged 10 points per game. He only has three total touchdowns against seven turnovers. However, in this one, the former Oklahoma Sooner has a good matchup. We know that the Packers have a vaunted defense, and Bradford will surely be making his mistakes. He’ll pick up some big plays though, knowing that Green Bay just isn’t as good in the secondary as it has been in years past. Especially off of the bye week, we tend to think that Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels should have a great game plan for Bradford to succeed. A pair of touchdowns and 250 passing yards is the minimum that we’re expecting to see.

Harry Douglas vs. Carolina Panthers
Carolina’s defense is as shoddy as could be, and Douglas is definitely a guy that should not be ignored. Rookie WR Julio Jones is out of the lineup and WR Roddy White has been banged up as well. Douglas is almost certainly going to be the starter opposite of White, and QB Matt Ryan is probably going to form a relatively quick bond with him. The best news is that the Panthers have been stingy this year, and they aren’t going to give up in any game. That might keep the passing game going for Ryan and the crew, and if that’s the case, Douglas could really be the beneficiary.

Delone Carter vs. Cincinnati Bengals
We’ve given up in saying, “If the Colts can win this game…” because we know that they probably aren’t going to prove to be victorious. It doesn’t seem like RB Joseph Addai is going to be in the fold this week, and if that’s the case, Carter is going to be getting the call for the most part. The former Syracuse Orange tailback has proven that has the ability to get the job done when he is given the chance, and though the Bengals rank No. 11 in the league against the rush for fantasy football players, you can probably pick Carter up off of the scrap heap right now, and you might get a good game.

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