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It seems like the same names pop up on the list of top fantasy football performers on a weekly basis.

Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Matt Forte, Antonio Brown and Jimmy Graham are mainstays in this section. And some of those names are here again.

But there are plenty of newcomers. Guys like the Raider twosome of quarterback Derek Carr and Andre Holmes made their presence felt on the field and posted big numbers that have fantasy owners salavating.

Here is the list of the top fantasy football performers from Sunday's Week 6 games.

Quarterback

Tom Brady, New England: So much for that ankle injury. Brady ripped the Buffalo secondary for 361 yards and four touchdowns. He's still got it.

Cam Newton, Carolina: The 284 yards and two touchdowns is average, but he also was the ground leader against a tough Cincy defense. Newton finished with 107 yards rushing and a score.

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati: This game went an extra 15 minutes, and it paid off for Dalton's stats. He finished with 323 yards and two scores. He also had two interceptions.

Joe Flacco, Baltimore: When you have five touchdowns in the first half, you are having a good day. Flacco was 21-of-29 for 306 and could've had more if the Ravens would have pushed the issue.

Philip Rivers, San Diego: No shock here. No one has played as well as Rivers, and he lit up the Raiders for 313 yards and three TDs.

Derek Carr, Oakland: Carr solidified himself at least today as a viable NFL starter. He had 282 yards but also had four touchdowns. Way to go, Rook.

Kirk Cousins, Washington: Forget the three interceptions. Cousins had a pretty good day, throwing it around for 354 yards and a two scores.

Jay Cutler, Chicago: It was a big day for quarterbacks, and few were better than Cutler. He torched Atlanta for 381 yards and a TD.

Running backs

Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati: Bernard had his best day as a pro, ripping off 137 yards on the ground and catching four balls for 20 yards. He also had a touchdown.

Branden Oliver, San Diego: Oliver excelled in his first start, slicing for 101 yards and a score. He also added four catches for 23 markers.

DeMarco Murray, Dallas: This guy keeps on going. The 100-yard streak continued in a 115-yard performance against Seattle. Murray added six catches for 31 yards and also had a rushing TD.

Matt Forte, Chicago: The Bears workhorse didn't get 100 yards, but he did put in a full day. He had 80 rushing with two scores and caught 10 passes for 77 yards.

Wide receiver

Mohamed Sanu, Cincinnati: No A.J. Green, no problem. Sanu carried the load, hauling in 10 balls for 120 yards and a score.

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh: It was a bad day for the Steelers offense, but Brown still managed 118 yards on seven catches.

Jordy Nelson, Green Bay: Nelson was clutch in the Packers South Beach escape. He posted nine catches for 107 yards and a TD.

Demaryius Thomas, Denver: That explosion against Arizona woke up this giant. He backed it up with a 10-catch, 124-yard performance against the Jets. He also had a score.

Steve Smith Sr.: When Joe Flacco excels, so does Smith. The former Panthers ace padded his stats with five catches, 110 yards and a TD.

Cecil Shorts, Jacksonville: This Blake Bortles-Shorts combination might have something. Shorts finished with 10 catches for 103 yards.

Malcom Floyd, San Diego: Rivers had to throw it to someone and this week, it was Floyd. The Bolts needed all of Floyd's five catches for 103 yards and a score.

Andre Holmes, Oakland: Who? Exactly. Holmes was impressive, corralling four passes for 121 yards and a pair of TDs.

DeSean Jackson, Washington: It was tough sledding for D-Jax, but he still managed three catches for 115 yards and a TD.

Alshon Jeffery, Chicago: The first half of a one-two punch that carried the Bears Sunday. Jeffery posted five catches for 136 yards.

Brandon Marshall, Chicago: Marshall was Jeffery's equal in the Bears win, finding space in the Falcons secondary for six catches and 113 yards.

Tight end

Jordan Cameron, Cleveland: Cameron needed a big day and got it. He only had three catches, but he also had 102 yards and a score.


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