As the fantasy Football season continues, questions linger. Who should I trade for? Which players do I get rid of? And which sleepers can be used in thisweek? But one of the most important questions that fantasy owners face is a decision about who should be placed in their starting lineups. These are six fantasy football stars whoshould not be in anybody's week 6 lineups.

1. Latavius Murray.

Oakland has decided to give all of its running backs more touches, which is bad news for a player who relies mainly on volume for production. Fantasy owners should bench Murray until they see what Oakland does with Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington.

If it is a true committee, fantasy owners may want to trade Murray before it's too late.

2. Isaiah Crowell.

The Titans allow the third fewest points to opposing running backs, something that doesn't bode well for a player who scored just three fantasy points last week. Cleveland's murky quarterback situation also makes playing Crowell a risky bet in week 6. Leave him on the bench for this week and wait for Cleveland to have a better quarterback or a better matchup.

3. Matt Ryan.

Did you bench the hottest quarterback in fantasy last week? No? Don't make the same mistake twice and leave the Falcons signalcaller on the bench for week 6. A tough road matchup against the Seahawks makes it difficult to justify starting a player who couldn't overcome the defense of the Broncos in week 5.

4. All Dolphins Running Backs.

Don't fall for this trap. The Steelers are going to crush the Dolphins and Tannehill will have to throw the ball to keep up. The return of Arian Foster only complicates things and makes it even harder to figure out which running backwill actually produce for the Dolphins in week 6.

Forget about these players and try to find a replacement.

5. Travis Benjamin.

The Broncos have a really good defense and are very good at shutting down opposing team's number one wide receivers. Benjamin now has that distinction on a Chargers team that will struggle to produce offensively on Thursday night.

Leave Benjamin and all other Chargers receivers out of the starting lineup in week 6.

6. Eagles D/ST.

They are averaging 12 fantasy points a game, but will have to travel and face the Redskins on the road in week 6. The Redskins aren't particularly turnover prone and have won their last three games. Don't get fooled and find a better replacement defense for fantasy leagues this week.

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