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Week 5 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Play-or-Bench Tips for Fantasy Football Owners

The arrival of Week 5 means that bye weeks begin in earnest, which changes the complexion of the fantasy football landscape. This week, owners will have to do without New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson and Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, to name a few. Sometimes the bye week makes a situation downright funny.
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