Week 6 Fantasy Football Flex Rankings for standard, superflex, 2-QB leagues

We’re onto Week 6 on the NFL season, and with the 49ers, Saints, Jets, and Falcons on a bye, our two-QB/superflex rankings are even tougher to put together. Last week, we ranked Davis Mills at one of the lowest spots you can ever reasonably put a QB, regardless of who it is. Guess what? He finished as the No. 12 player overall against Bill Belichick and the Pats’ defense. He outscored Ezekiel Elliot, Mike Evans, Alvin Kamara, and Travis Kelce. We usually open this article every week explaining how fill-in-the-blank QB outscored some big-name RB/WR the week before, but Mills’ Week 5 performance is example A of how any quarterback’s floor and ceiling is higher when than a mid-level RB, WR, or TE. So, yes, Geno Smith and Mills are solid starters in deep two-QB/superflex leagues, as our Week 6 fantasy flex rankings show

As always, we have our standard flex rankings, too, which, unlike positional rankings, are most important from the middle to the end. We have plenty of WRs toward the bottom of the list because they have the highest ceilings, but if you’re looking for a higher floor, at least in standard leagues, you should consider an RB who gets more guaranteed touches.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Note: As we move down the list in the standard flex rankings, we opt to rank players with higher upside more favorably than players with safe floors. After all, chasing upside is the right move when deciding between players at deep flex spots.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Week 6 Fantasy Football Rankings: Superflex

These rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues with 4-point passing TDs.

Week 6 Fantasy Flex Rankings

Rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues

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