Baker Mayfield and Drew Lock got into the season with some sleepy hype, but neither of them paid off yet. Lock didn’t stand a lot, as he was held back by a shoulder injury since week 2, and Mayfield was simply the manager of a low-volume game. They both still matter in the QB and superflex duo leagues, though, so their ‘questionable’ states of Week 6 undoubtedly have some nervous fiction looking for updates before making their decisions first, sitting down.
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Will Baker Mayfield play this week?
Update: ESPN’s Adam Shifter mentioned late Saturday night that Mayfield will start Against the Steelers.
Mayfield (ribs) got into a Full practice on Friday, So despite his “dubious” sign, there doesn’t seem to be a real reason to worry about him playing Sunday against the Steelers.
Pittsburgh was midway against the QBs this year, allowing for a Fantasy 19 points per game, but Mayfield showed a very limited cap. He hasn’t yet posted more than two TDs or 247 yards into a game, so there’s no need to take a chance with him in the singles leagues.
Is Drew Locke playing this week?
Update: ESPN’s Adam Shifter mentioned late Saturday night that Locke is It is expected to start Against Patriot missiles.
Locke (shoulder) knocked out the Week 2 match against Pittsburgh and hasn’t played since, but then Get a full week of practicesIt should be good to face New England.
Locke wasn’t particularly impressive in his first week against Tennessee (216 yards, TD), so the match with New England’s hard-passing defense doesn’t go well, especially after his long absence. He still plays in the duo tournaments or the Premier League leagues, of course, but I don’t have to worry about the QB singles leagues this week. However, his presence would give Jerry Judy and Tim Patrick a bit higher ceilings.