2019 Week 6 NFL Consensus Fantasy Pick: Christian McCaffrey

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/12/2019

Gambling911.com has your 2019 Week 6 NFL consensus pick and one that is on just about everybody's radar: Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers.  The Panthers have won three straight games and can be locked in to pay $350 to $400 for every $100 bet to win the NFC South up until kickoff 9:30 am ET Sunday (this one will be played in London).  Open your online betting account with just a name, valid text number and email.

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Zach Brunner - FantasyPros - “Christian McCaffrey has done just about all he can in the States this season, so he is headed to London to show those Brits how the best RB in the game plays this season. I expect him to be relatively contained as a runner, but he should find plenty of room in the passing game.”

ESPN.com asks: Why has Greg Olsen been such a nonfactor as a receiver over the past two weeks and will that change against Tampa Bay?

“Mainly because Christian McCaffrey has become the focal point of the offense rushing and receiving. McCaffrey has 16 catches on 19 targets the past two weeks. That's 40% of quarterback Kyle Allen's completions. The big surprise with Olsen is that on his six targets during this span he has only two catches. But to be fair, with injuries to the line, Olsen is being used more in pass protection. He was key on McCaffrey's 84-yard touchdown run and Reggie Bonnafon's 59-yarder.”-- David Newton

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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