Here come the bye weeks: Fantasy Football Advice Network lays out the booms and busts for Week 6

Here come the bye weeks: Fantasy Football Advice Network lays out the booms and busts for Week 6

Your best player have the week off? Don't scramble. Watch the Boom and Bust advice from FFAN.

Mike Koehler

By Mike Koehler

| Oct 15, 2023, 7:08am CDT

Mike Koehler

By Mike Koehler

Oct 15, 2023, 7:08am CDT

Fantasy Football Advice Network and Sellout Crowd have collaborated to present a Week 6 fantasy football analysis.

With bye weeks throwing some starting lineups into flux, FFAN breaks down players and their Week 6 matchups to offer the best chance to put together a winning starting lineup. Wondering about who to start at quarterback? Matthew Stafford may be a great solution.

Watch for our expert analysis and insights as you rearrange your lineup. Fantasy Football Advice Network and Sellout Crowd are partnering all season long for the best advice.

Want to dive even deeper into Fantasy Football? Head over to ffadvice.com to be part of the community. And be sure to like and subscribe Sellout Crowd’s YouTube channel.

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Mike Koehler is the founder of Sellout Crowd. Mike spent more than 15 years in journalism before starting Smirk New Media, a digital marketing agency, in 2010. Mike is a graduate of Missouri State University and lives in Oklahoma City with his wife Gaylee and three kids. Mike can be found on social media at @mkokc on Twitter and most everything else.

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