Now Fantasy Football is getting hard. We're five weeks into the season, and top players like David Johnson and Odell Beckham Jr. have gone down with serious injuries. That leaves fantasy owners with limited options at key positions, and they are forced to work the waiver wire down the stretch. Every Week, there are a few sleepers that impress and put up big numbers. Let's take a look at a few players that should be sneaky good starts in week 6.

1. QB Jacoby Brisset

In week 3, Brisset had a monster game against the Cleveland Browns, racking up a whopping 27 fantasy points.

In week 6, he could be primed for even bigger numbers against a defense that was destroyed by rookie quarterback DeShaun Watson. Brisset's rushing ability and his propensity for big plays makes him a solid start in week 6 for fantasy owners looking for a quarterback.

2. TE David Njoku

If you lost Charles Clay or are frustrated with a fantasy tight end, Njoku could be the answer. His athleticism was on display last week on a touchdown catch that helped him reach 10 fantasy points for the day. You can bet that Kevin Hogan will be looking for his athletic tight end early and often against a tough Houston Texans defense.

3. WR JuJu Smith-Schuster

In a development that not many people are keeping an eye on, Steelers rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster has increased his yardage total every single week.

Now the Steelers will take on the Chiefs, who have allowed the second most points to fantasy wide receivers. For fantasy owners in need of a wide receiver, Smith-Schuster is a good option in who certainly has a chance to score a touchdown in week 6.

4. RB Matt Breida

The fact that Breida, who got more snaps and carries than Carlos Hyde last week, is only owned in 23% of ESPN standard leagues is insane.

The 49ers clearly trust him to be their pass catching back, and in that role, he has even more fantasy value. In week 6 against the Redskins, San Francisco will likely be playing from behind, which will give him more chances to rack up fantasy points. If you're looking for a bye week fill-in at running back, Breida should be your guy.

5. TE Evan Engram

Without Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall, who is Eli Manning going to throw the ball to? Eli Rogers immediately becomes the top wide receiver in the Giants offense, but he probably won't have much success against the Broncos elite defense. The Giants certainly won't be able to run the ball against the NFL's best rush defense. So the Giants really only have one option, and his name is Evan Engram. He's a fringe flex player this week against a Broncos team that seems to struggle to guard opposing tight ends.