Week 6 Challenge Cramer
After a losing effort in Week 5 to "Jeff from Jersey" Jim Cramer has a new fantasy football challenger for Week 6. Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson joined Thursday's episode of Bull Market Fantasy and drafted against the Wall Street legend.
Dickerson had the first pick and selected Christian McCaffrey who has been on an absolute tear this season and is the Number One running back in fantasy with 128 points. The next closest rusher (Dalvin Cook) has 104 points.
Jim was then on the clock for two picks where he selected Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
Dickerson then grabbed Texans star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and Eagles tight end Zach Ertz. Originally Dickerson was going to take George Kittle but Jim reminded him the 49ers are taking on the Rams this weekend, so Dickerson decided to not root for a player going against his former team.
Jim's final pick was Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones. Though Jones has been frustrating the last two weeks, Jim says fantasy players can expect a bounce back game from Atlanta's top playmaker with an easy match-up against the Cardinals.
Challenge Cramer Scoring System:
One running back
One wide recevier
One tight end
Full point PPR.
100 yards=10 points
10 yards=1 point
Fractional scoring. 11 yards=1.1 points
All touchdowns (including anything on special teams)=6 points
No yardage on special teams will earn points
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