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After a thrilling Week 5, that featured some amazing Fantasy performances from Reece Horn, Glen Toogna, and Zach Bronkhorst, we have everything you need to move up the leaderboard this weekend. Make sure to login every week and check on where your are in the leaderboard standing of thousands of Fantasy manager players across the globe. 

With that out of the way, let me, Alex Malchow, take a look at some key players to consider in your lineup this week!

Start’Em Week 5

QB Reilly Hennessey, Stuttgart Surge, (3,320,000 GC)

Hennessey is putting together a MVP campaign that might only be rivaled by Glen Toonga at the moment. This week he and the Surge visit a Helvetic Mercenaries team that recently cut its best defense player. I’d be suprised to see Hennessey score less than 30 points this week. 

RB Albert Wiesigstrauch, Berlin Thunder, (1,640,000 GC)

Wiesigstrauch has been making a bigger and bigger name for himself in a stacked Berlin Thunder offense. The speedy German back can catch the ball well out of the backfield, and has the speed and power to create some big plays. As the Thunder face off against the Prague Lions I’d expect him to score two touchdowns and get plenty of plays both as as receiver and runner. 

RB Joc Crawford, Milano Seamen (1,800,00 GC)

The 36-year old running back looked fantastic last week in his first game back in the ELF. At less than 2m game coins Crawford is a great play in the flex, as he looks to get even more involved in Milano’s offense. This week he and the Seamen face off against the Enthroners who have really struggled to stop the run this season.

Sit’Em Week 5

WR, Reece Horn Vienna Vikings, (2,120,000 GC)

Horn just had one of the best individual performances we’ve seen this season putting up a monster 49 points against the Prague Lions. However, with Weston Carr acticated yesterday, its unclear what exactly his role will be moving forward in the Vikings offense. The uncertainty tell to leave him on the bench this week, even at the low price. 

WR Louis Geyer, Stuttgart Surge, (2,710,00 GC)

There are a lot of targets who want the ball in Stuttgart. I think this week the Surge will look to continue to spread the wealth especially in the redzone, as we saw Paul Steigerwald step up last week with two touchdowns. With all the red-zone weapons available to Hennessey, I could see him targeting Geyer less in this next matchup. 

RB Dawid Brzozwski, Wroclaw Panthers (2,580,000 GC)

The „Polish Hammer“ has been one of the best backs in the league this season, however this week he’s facing a physical, fast, and fundamentally sound Vikings‘ defense. I see this as a mismatch which favors the Vikings, especially upfront as they have one of the best defensive lines in the league. I’m predicting a quiet day from the young homegrown talent. 

by Alex Malchow

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