Fantasy football cheat sheet: Start, sit and more tips for Week 6

The San Diego Chargers did their best to blow another lead Thursday night but held on for a 21-13 win over the Denver Broncos, who were without coach Gary Kubiak.

Chargers tight end Hunter Henry is looking like the real deal, as he led all fantasy scorers with six catches for 83 yards and a touchdown, his third in as many weeks. He is still available in more than half of ESPN leagues, so go get him.

Beyond Henry, it was a dark night in Fantasyland, as no one else did anything of note -- unless you count kicker Josh Lambo (13 points), tight end Bennie Fowler (8 points; owned in 0.0 percent of leagues) and the blue and orange Color Rush uniforms, which clearly were the stars of the evening.

Enough looking back, though. It's time to look ahead to the weekend. As you set your fantasy lineups, be sure to take advantage of our Roster Advisor tool to get an edge on your opponents. And for those taking part in the Eliminator Challenge, you can get an edge here, too, with the Survivor Guide.

Our weekly ESPN Insider cheat sheet provides a rundown of the greatest hits from all of our Insider fantasy football content. In this file, you'll find answers to the top questions of the week, along with injury updates, matchup advantages and wild-card plays from Eric Karabell, Tristan H. Cockcroft, Matt Bowen, Scott Kacsmar, Mike Clay, Al Zeidenfeld and ESPN NFL Nation reporters. It's all the best tips distilled into one handy file.

Here's what our experts are saying about Week 6: