The NFC East’s ugly start has been hard on fantasy managers as (3:22)
The NFC East’s ugly start has been hard on fantasy managers as well. Mike Clay, Mike Triplett, Tim McManus and Jordan Raanan discuss whether there is any reason for optimism with the Eagles and Giants offenses. Video by Mike Triplett (3:22)
Of course you have fantasy football questions for Week 5 of the NFL season. They probably start with: How many teams actually will be playing on Sunday? Monday? Perhaps Tuesday?
The coronavirus pandemic continues to cause havoc, and fantasy football managers will have to monitor diligently right up until kickoff on Sunday. Hopefully you have scoured the waiver wires and built some quality depth in case you have to go all the way down your bench.
NFL Nation is here to answer the biggest fantasy questions — provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay — across the league for Week 5.
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Will Buffalo return to a two-headed backfield once Zack Moss returns, or has Devin Singletary claimed feature-back duties?
Singletary has done enough over the past two weeks to reclaim his hold as the Bills’ lead back. Still, it’s not Sean McDermott’s preferable style to rely heavily on one back throughout a game — so don’t expect Moss to be phased out of the game plan entirely. But do expect Moss to take somewhat of a backseat to Singletary as he works his way back. — Marcel Louis-Jacques
Should we throw in the towel on Preston Williams after yet another low-target outing?
It’s clear Williams still isn’t 100 percent healthy coming off his torn ACL, so it’s likely he has a better second half of the season than first half. That being said, Williams should be able to have some success against a banged-up 49ers secondary with DeVante Parker likely to get primary attention. If he doesn’t, then yes, it might be time to cut bait if you need the roster spot. — Cameron Wolfe
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