Week 6 Fantasy Football Market Share Report: Robert Woods Is on the Rise

Woods leads the Rams' wideouts in usage, and with Cooper Kupp on the shelf, Woods might be ready to go on a tear.

In a Week 6 when the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots combined for 83 points and the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers combined for 63, there are points to be had all over the National Football League.

Brock Osweiler stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and beat the Chicago Bears, owners of one of the league's best defenses, 31-28 in overtime. It truly can happen to anyone.

As we close in on the midway point in the regular season in most fantasy football leagues, the challenge remains the same: to make the playoffs. But the real trick is to take a long look at your team, whether it's 5-1, 1-5 or somewhere in between, and try to get better. Those 5-1 teams can't sit on their roster and just hope the winning continues, while 1-5 teams could be a move or two away from making a run.

As you start your Week 7 prep, look at these market shares as well as team and positional snap rates to see if you can identify moves to give your fantasy team a boost.