8 Fantasy Football Sleepers for Week 6

With Tom Brady under center, James White becomes a much more attractive play. Which other under-the-radar players could put up good numbers in Week 6?

There weren't a lot of new fantasy-relevant injuries in Week 5, with Steve Smith's high-ankle sprain being the biggest one. But what we have for Week 6 are a bunch of players looking poised to return to action, which should result in their backups returning to fantasy irrelevance.

Dez Bryant practiced with no brace on his knee Wednesday, Cam Newton looks ready to return to action (and is likely to be joined by Jonathan Stewart) and Latavius Murray may be available on Sunday. If you were counting on Brice Butler, Derek Anderson or DeAndre Washington, you may have some holes in your starting lineup this week.

Even if it's not injury concerns -- maybe it's bye weeks or frustrating performances -- most fantasy teams are going to have some spots that need filling in Week 6, and here are some players who are likely available in your league who can do just that.