ESPN Insider has planted spies in every NFL locker room -- OK, so they're our 32 NFL Nation team reporters -- in order to provide fantasy owners with inside intel to help you win your league. We call it Insider Trading, a collection of fantasy lineup advice pulled straight from the locker rooms and practice fields of every team.
Our Week 6 edition will help owners set their lineups in all formats by bringing you key Insider info, including whether Ben Tate and Ryan Tannehill are for real, why rookies Davante Adams and Bishop Sankey could break out and why DeMarco Murray's hot start may come to an end this week.
Here is our NFL Nation reporters' fantasy advice, covering all teams playing in Week 6 -- so no notes on bye teams (Kansas City and New Orleans).
Seattle Seahawks: Harvin remains a risky weekly option
It was a frustrating game Monday night for people with Percy Harvin on their fantasy teams. Harvin had three TDs called back, but showed that he will continue to be a big part of Seattle's offense, both as a receiver and a runner, and he will get his opportunities against Dallas on Sunday. But on special teams, the Cowboys may do what Washington did and avoid kicking to him on kickoffs. In other words, Harvin remains a weekly boom-or-bust fantasy play. -- Terry Blount
St. Louis Rams: Little upside in Rams backfield