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Each week, we will run down the top waiver wire pickups with a focus on the coming week and rest of the season. QUARTERBACKS Nick Foles (at Tampa Bay)Last week: 16/25, 197 yards, 2 TDsFoles is your token injury replacement pickup QB for Week 6. Michael Vick will miss at least next week with a hamstring injury suffered in the Eagles win over the New York Giants on Sunday and Foles was solid in replacing him. In just over a half of play, Foles threw for nearly 200 yards and two touchdowns. Those numbers were against the porous Giants defence however, and the 2012 third rounder will face a tougher test against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ryan Fitzpatrick (at Seattle)Last week: 21/41, 247 yards, 1 TD 2 INTs; 6 carries, 50 yards, 1 TDAs Foles is this weeks token injury replacement pickup, Fitzpatricks was last weeks. But if hes still around on the waiver wire after his weekend performance, hes definitely worth a look now. The former Buffalo Bills starter threw for 247 yards and a touchdown and added 50 yards and a score on the ground in helping the Titans move on after the Jake Locker injury. Expecting Fitzpatrick to keep up those rushing statistics on a weekly basis is unrealistic, but he showed he can move Tennessees offence consistently, and thats a start. Matt Schaub (vs St. Louis)Last week: 19/35, 173, 3 INTsMatt Schaub has had a really tough stretch of games lately, throwing inopportune interceptions and even getting benched last week in a blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers. But the interceptions dont matter much in fantasy and the benching is likely a one-week occurrence. Whats left is a 15th ranked fantasy QB that can be had for cheap. The Texans are a better team than their 2-3 record suggests and should improve – along with their QB – moving forward. Others: Brandon Weeden (vs Detroit), Thad Lewis (vs Cincinnati) RUNNINGBACKS Brandon Bolden (vs New Orleans)Last week: 5 carries, 24 yards; 6 catches, 40 yardsBolden was the latest running back to lead the New England Patriots backfield in touches and even though they havent looked their normal self this year, its still the Patriots offence; having their lead back has got to be worth something. Bolden didnt do much in the rushing game but could be worth his keep when you add his numbers through the air (six catches for 40 yards against the Bengals last week.) Zac Stacy (at Houston)Last week: 14 carries, 78 yardsRams head coach Jeff Fisher confirmed early in the week that Stacy would be the teams starting running back moving forward after an under-the-radar strong performance in Week 5. The rookie fifth-rounder picked up 78 yards on 14 carries for an impressive 5.6 yards per carry average. His performance was under-the-radar because it was against the awful Jacksonville Jaguars. It will be interesting to see how he does against an NFL defence next week against the Houston Texans. Marcel Reece (at Kansas City)Last week: 7 carries, 32 yards; 3 catches, 25 yardsReece is perhaps the most exciting fullback in the league and we could get a chance to see what he can really do in Week 6 against the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Oaklands starting running back Darren McFadden is expected out another week and backup Rashard Jennings suffered a hamstring injury in Week 5 and may not be able to go this Sunday. Reece put up 10+ points in each of his three starts as a fill-in RB last year as a producer on the ground and through the air. Others: Willis McGahee (vs Detroit), Montee Ball (vs Jacksonville) WIDE RECEIVERS Denarius Moore (at Kansas City)Last week: 5 catches, 84 yards, 1 TDDenarius Moores status as a viable fantasy WR has been built mainly on a strong rookie season two years ago. But the former fifth-rounder has strung together three straight strong games, accented by a five catch, 84-yard and one touchdown performance in Oaklands Week 5 win over the San Diego Chargers. Moore was inches away from another deep touchdown last week and appears to be developing a workable chemistry with Terrelle Pryor. Vincent Brown (vs Indianapolis) Last week: 8 catches, 117 yardsBrown had his best game of 2013 last week, catching eight balls for 117 yards. Coming off the heels of a seven catch performance against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5, all signs point to Brown breaking out of his early-season slump. If Brown can catch one of those passes in the end zone each game, hes looking at some strong fantasy numbers. Reuben Randle (at Chicago)Last week: 6 catches, 96 yards, 2 TDsRandle was the surprise fantasy star of the Giants deep and talented receiving corps last week, racking up 96 yards and two touchdowns. While its unrealistic to expect Randle to score with the likes of Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks every week, there are plenty of points to be had for Giants receivers when you consider how bad the team has been to start the season. Being behind on the scoreboard means lots of throwing on offence. Others: Keenan Allen (vs Indianapolis), Rod Streater (at Kansas City), Jerome Simpson (vs Carolina) TIGHT ENDS Garrett Graham (vs St. Louis)Owen Daniels, the Texans starter the first five weeks of the season, suffered a leg injury against the 49ers last week that could keep him out of action for a couple weeks. Garrett Graham is the next man up, and through five weeks is only three spots behind Daniels (a top 10 TE so far) in the rankings in most formats. Schaub is clearly comfortable with Graham and with the added opportunity, the former fourth-rounder becomes a borderline TE1 while filling in. Scott Chandler (vs Cincinnati)Last week: 4 catches, 49 yardsWhile its bad for Buffalos offence in general, Thad Lewis fill-in start for the injured EJ Manuel could be a good thing for Chandler. Save for his Week 3 performance against the New York Jets, Chandler has had a disappointing year, but if there is one thing inexperienced starting QBs love its a safety valve. Chandler could see an upswing in targets from Lewis who will likely be looking to play it safe in Week 6 against a strong Cincinnati Bengals defence. Mychal Rivera (at Kansas City)Last week: 1 catch, 5 yardsJeron Mastrud is listed as the Raiders starter but if theres a pass play designed for the tight end in Oakland, its going to Rivera. Riveras numbers have yet to stand out in 2013, although he did have 44 yards and a touchdown against the Washington Redskins in Week 4, but Oaklands offence looks more a legit unit every week and Rivera should continue to grow a bigger role in it. 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Jonathan Toews and Andrew Shaw both tallied twice to lead the way in the rout as Chicago picked up its 12th straight win over Columbus. Bryan Bickell and Brandon Bollig also hit the back of the net for the Blackhawks. Brent Seabrook and Marcus Kruger each collected two assists, while Corey Crawford stopped 22 shots. Chicago enters Sunday four points behind St. Louis for first place in the Central Division standings and the Blackhawks are just one point in front of Colorado for the last of the divisions three automatic playoff bids. The Blues play in Minnesota on Sunday while the Avalanche are idle. The Blackhawks are playing two straight on the road beginning with Sundays test. Chicago is 17-8-7 as the guest this season and will complete its brief swing with an important divisional tilt Wednesday against Colorado. Chicago recorded a 2-1 win over a visiting Sabres club back on Oct. 12. Buffalo native Patrick Kane scored the game-winner in that contest and he has compiled three goals and three assists in seven career games against his hometown team..dddddddddddd The Blackhawks have won four straight and five of the last six meetings in this series. Buffalo is last in the NHL with only 46 points on the season, but the club has won its last three home games and is 12-17-5 as the host heading into Sundays game at First Niagara Center. The Sabres went 1-2-0 on a recent three-game road trip and dropped the finale of that swing Friday against the Florida Panthers. Buffalo was stymied by Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo, who stopped all 25 shots in a 2-0 win for Florida. Although Buffalos offense couldnt get anything going, newly acquired goaltender Michal Neuvirth made a splash in his debut with 42 saves for the Sabres. Neuvirth was acquired at the trade deadline from the Washington Capitals. "I was very impressed," Sabres head coach Ted Nolan said of Neuvirth. 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