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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 5, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Todd Gurley, sit DeVante Parker

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Former Alabama wide receivers used to be like unicorns in the NFL, but Crimson Tide pass-catching alumni now dominate Fantasy football rankings each week. The Falcons have two former Alabama greats, as Matt Ryan can complete passes to both Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley. Amari Cooper highlights a shockingly deep wide receiver corps in Dallas, while rookies Jerry Jeudy in Denver and Henry Ruggs III in Las Vegas are off to solid NFL careers.

Who can you trust with your Fantasy football picks considering Jones (hamstring) is a game-time decision, while Ridley put up a goose-egg last week? Before locking in your Week 5 Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings from the advanced computer model at SportsLine. 

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 5, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Mike Davis, sit DeVante Parker

Running back depth has been tested by major Fantasy football injuries through the first several weeks of the season. Browns star Nick Chubb was the latest tailback to go down after he sprained his MCL in Week 4. Chubb was put on injured reserve and will miss at least six weeks, opening the door for former Pro Bowler Kareem Hunt to soar up the Fantasy football rankings. Jaguars running back James Robinson has also been a pleasant surprise, putting up 446 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns through four weeks.

Hunt has a tough matchup against a stingy Colts defense this week, but Robinson will attack a Houston defense that ranks dead-last in rushing yards allowed, potentially making him one of the most popular Fantasy football picks. Before locking in your Week 5 Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings from the advanced

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 5, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Will Fuller, sit DeVante Parker

There are plenty of headlines affecting the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings. Seahawks running back Chris Carson has been limited in practice with a knee injury and briefly left last Sunday’s game while successfully working through the concussion protocol. Can you trust Seattle’s banged-up back with your Fantasy football picks? In Cleveland, running back Nick Chubb is on IR with a knee injury of his own. How high should fellow back Kareem Hunt be in your 2020 Fantasy football rankings for Week 5?

With so much uncertainty, a little outside help can go a long way. Before locking in your Week 5 Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings from the advanced computer model at SportsLine. 

When it comes to ranking players, their model beat human experts in Fantasy football last season when there were big differences in ranking. Over the course of

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 5, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Robby Anderson, sit DeVante Parker

Injuries to big-name running backs will certainly shake up the Week 5 Fantasy football rankings. Browns running back Nick Chubb suffered a right MCL sprain against the Cowboys, the severity of which is now expected to sideline him for roughly six weeks. Meanwhile, Chargers running back Austin Ekeler suffered a hamstring injury against the Buccaneers and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. Injuries to those Fantasy football studs puts Joshua Kelley and Kareem Hunt in line to handle increased workloads. 

Are Kelly and Hunt players that you can trust this week? A reliable set of Week 5 Fantasy football rankings can help answer those types of questions and assist in your Week 5 Fantasy football start-sit decisions, trade evaluations or even help you find a gem in the free-agent pool the rest of your league may have missed. Before locking in your Week 5 Fantasy football lineups, be sure to

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