Fantasy Football: Week Five Staff Must Start, Must Sit and Sleeper Picks

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START: Le’Veon Bell, RB – Pittsburgh Steelers

Bell has had a monster year thus far, and I see no reason why you should take your foot off the fantasy gas pedal now.  Bell has come into his own here in 2014, and with a matchup with the Jags on the horizon, Bell is a must-start.  It is a bit sketchy to start him with the prospect of Ben Roethlisberger going up against the worst pass defense in the league, but I still say Bell will go off.

SIT: Andy Dalton, QB – Cincinnati Bengals

I know the Patriots are coming off a horrible outing against the Chiefs, but their secondary is loaded, and with Brandon Browner coming back, I think Bill Belichick will finally let them play tight, aggressive man coverage, which spells bad news for the Bengals.  I am not saying the Pats will win, but I don’t think Dalton is a good fantasy play this week.

SLEEPER: Delanie Walker, TE – Tennessee Titans

I’m not sure how much of a sleeper pick this is, given he is pretty much on everybody’s radar now, but Walker is going to have a huge game this Sunday.  He is probably the number one option in that Titans passing attack, and since the Browns’ defense biggest strength is on the outside with their corners, look for plenty of mismatch options for Walker.