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Daily Fantasy Sports Football Lineup Help For WRs and TEs in NFL Week 6

Daily Fantasy Sports Football lineup help will consist of suggestive picks for wide receivers and tight ends for NFL week 6. Wide Receivers will provide you many choices for this week. The elite receiver, Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers is first of many wide outs to be discuss later in this write up. At tight end, the Steelers will have to deal with the Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce.

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Cowboys Lose Season-Opener Makes Dallas Head Coaching Job little less Secure

With the 49ers defeating the Dallas Cowboys 28-17, you already hear the countdown for a new head coach. I will never say Garrett is the problem or the only problem that Dallas has because everyone knows it is not. A loss in the first game does not help job-security. I am the first to say a loss is a loss and there is no sugar-coating the fact. Around the Net, I hear Tony Romo was rusty. He did show signs of a long layoff. Let me just say, check the offensive line of the Dallas Cowboys, they allowed Romo to get sacked 3 times. The Cowboys’ line has been problematic for years now and what Jerry Jones have tried when attempting to fix it has not worked. As the season goes forward, you should expect more defenses putting Romo on his back.

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On Super Bowl Sunday: Will the Safeties be a Factor

James Ihedigbo plays strong safety for the Baltimore Ravens, but it is the great Ed Reed who will keep the 49ers offense on their toes. He is one of the best in the league at intercepting the ball. San Francisco will have to be aware of where he is at all times. Reed is known to bait quarterbacks into the wrong reads and make bad throws that leads to interceptions.

It will be interesting see if he can use his veteran guile to force the 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick to make bad throws. Ed Reed has been known to bring the pain with few hits so it is another reason the wide receiving corps may just miss few balls. The other question will be how will Reed and the rest of the secondary handle play-action off the read zone plays.

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