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Oct 18, 2017

Draftboard Week 6 Recap

It was a relatively quiet Week 6 in the NFL, with Melvin Gordon the only player to break 30 Draftboard points on 150 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Mark Ingram matched those totals for 28.5 points and Peterson proved the moniker "All Day" is not a misnomer, putting up 134 yards and two scores in his debut with the Cardinals.

At the QB position, Kirk Cousins took advantage of a great matchup, shredding the woeful 49ers secondary for 330 yards passing and three total touchdowns.  Deshaun Watson cooled off slightly from his torrid two week stretch, putting up 24.3 Draftboard points off 225 passing yards and three touchdowns.

At WR just two players topped 20 points, with Antonio Brown leading the way at 25.5 points on 155 yards and a touchdown.  Fitzgerald ripped off 10 for 138 and is on pace to break his career high for receptions in a year at the ripe age of 34.  

The tight end bargain bin came up empty this week but Gronk carried the position with his best game of the year, totaling 23.3 Draftboard points on 83 yards and two touchdowns.

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Dan Quinn
CEO, Draftboard.com