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Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 6: Wide receivers

We break down this week's top starting options at receiver, along with some players who should be avoided. Week 6 of the fantasy football season is here, and it's time for owners to finalize their lineups ahead of a busy Sunday schedule. Wide receiver depth gets a big boost this week, with the likes of Doug Baldwin, Jeremy Maclin, Allen Robinson, and Brandin Cooks coming back from bye.
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