Fantasy Football Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em Week 6: WR Quincy Enunwa
Heading into Week 6 fantasy football, New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is worth starting against the Indianapolis Colts.
Last week in Week 6 action against the Denver Broncos, New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa put up a whole lot of nothing. No, seriously. He totaled zero points when it came to his fantasy football contributions. Should fantasy football owners consider starting him this time around?
In the grand scheme of things, last week’s non-performance was mostly due to an alternate gameplan by Jets offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates. Last week was all about Robby Anderson and making sure his presence was known on offense after being a non-factor for weeks. While Anderson will continue being a part of the offensive gameplan, there is no way Enunwa goes a second straight week with empty numbers on the stats sheet.
Don’t expect history to repeat itself. Enunwa is one of the top offensive targets for quarterback Sam Darnold as one better believe he’ll be incorporated against the Indianapolis Colts. With the one-two punch that Anderson and Enunwa could deliver on offense, Darnold has already proven he is most comfortable throwing to #81.
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Expect to see Enunwa go back to getting the most passes thrown his way and continue the strong start to his season. With his size, speed, and route-running, Enunwa will easily have a very solid game against the lackluster pass defense of the Colts.
Fantasy football owners should start Enunwa as either their WR2 or in the FLEX spot in Week 6. He’ll go right back to being an impact player on offense and should put up some solid fantasy points when all is set and done.
Start Enunwa as the Jets could finally be creating an identity on offense against their opponents. It’s all about running the football and throwing to players like Enunwa to get the job done consistently.