Week 6 of the 2020 NFL Season is nearly in the books and looking back is important to help inform us of the games on the horizon. Unless you’re playing daily, the fantasy football season is a marathon. Things can change quickly on one play (Washington) or one decision (Houston). What happened should not be filed away. We should make note of the Week 6 Impressions, to point out what impressed us and what didn’t impress us in each game.

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What Impressed: The relentless nature of the Steelers defense. It’s as if Bud Dupree’s only role was to hit Baker Mayfield on each play. The Steelers knew he had sore ribs and just kept drilling him until he had to bow out because he wasn’t helping his team. Mayfield made multiple poor throws off his back foot and in coverage, leading to two interceptions. His first drive ended on a pick six and the Steelers never let up. It was a total annihilation.

What Didn’t Impress: The Browns complete apathy. It’s as if everything hinged on that Minkah Fitzpatrick’s pick six. The Browns stopped running the ball and got away from their brand of smash mouth football. The visible gap between the teams was huge and the Browns showed they aren’t ready to challenge for a division title. The Ravens and Steelers own them. The best that Kevin Stefanski could come up with was screen passes? Really?