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Changing your defenses and kicker from week to week is a strategy many fantasy players choose to use during the season in order to play the hot hand. Matchups and Injuries can dictate the success and failures of both your defense and kicker in fantasy.
In the case of kickers, switching up from week to week makes sense since you usually only carry one kicker during the season and the kicking position is affected not only by the injuries and matchups, but the kicker is also affected by things such as weather, playing indoors or out, the cold and the heat, and the snow or in the rain. So check the forecast and don’t be afraid to switch your kicker from week to week.
When it comes to defenses it is reasonable to carry two defenses with one on your bench so you can change them out from week to week depending on the match-ups. Also, be prepared to drop a defense and pick up a new one from week to week, especially if one of your defenses were to sustain multiple injuries and become less affective.
Start-ems & Sit-ems for Week 5 Of The Manopause Fantasy Football Tips
Top start-em quarterback‘s this week are Kirk Cousins of the Minnesota Vikings, Mack Jones of the New England Patriots, (can’t believe I’m saying this) Sam Darnold of the Carolina Panthers, Matt Ryan (his knick-name should be ‘Old Spice’ but a hell of a match-up) of the Atlanta Falcons, Jameis Winston of the New Orleans Saints and the New York Giants QB, Daniel Jones.
Top start-em running backs are Josh Jacobs from the Las Vegas Raiders, Chuba Hubbard from the Carolina Panthers, Zack Moss from the Buffalo Bills, Damien Williams from the Kansa City Chiefs and Jamaal Williams of the Detroit Lions.
Top start-em wide receivers are Corey Davis of the New York Jets, Jacoby Meyer from the New England Patriots, Hunter Renfrow from the Las Vegas Raiders, Alan Robinson from the Chicago Bears, Marvin Jones of the Detroit Lions and Antonio Brown from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Top start-em tight ends are Dalton Schultz from the Dallas Cowboys, Dawson Knox from the Buffalo Bills, Jonnu Smith from the New England Patriots, Dallas Goedert from the Philadelphia Eagles and Cameron Brate from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (filling in for Gronk).
Top start-em defenses are the Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and the New York Jets.
Top start-em kickers are Younghoe Koo of the Atlanta Falcons (a must start EVERY week), Tyler Bass of the Buffalo Bills, Rodrigo Blankenship from the Indianapolis Colts, Matthew Wright from the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chase McLaughlin from the Cleveland Browns.
Sit-em quarterbacks are Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tyler Heineki of the Washington Football Team, Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns and Jared Goff of the Detroit Lions.
Sit-em running backs are Miles Gaskin of the Miami Dolphins, Sony Michel of the Los Angeles Rams, Ronald Jones of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Alex Collins of the Seattle Seahawks.
Sit-em wide receivers are Brandon Ayuk of the San Francisco Forty Niners, Cortland Sutherland of the Denver Broncos, Ronald Moore of the Arizona Cardinals and Devante Parker of the Miami Dolphins.
Sit-em tight ends are Max Williams of the Arizona Cardinals, Eric Ebron of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Evan Engram of the New York and Tyler Conklin of the Minnesota Vikings.
Sit-em defenses are the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Sit-em kickers are Jason Sanders of the Miami Dolphins, Dustin Hopkins of the Washington Football Team, Chris Boswell of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brandon McManus of the Denver Broncos and Ryan Santos of the Detroit Lions.