With Week 6 coming to an end, here are five players to add heading into Week 7.

RB Christine Michael, Dallas Cowboys

Since being traded from the Seahawks, Michael only has 2 carries for 5 yards this season. But, after last week’s game, Cowboys’ head coach Jason Garrett said he wants to get Michael “in the mix.” The Cowboys’ backfield is busy with Joseph Randle and Darren McFadden as well, but Michael may be the most talented of the three. With Dallas on the bye in Week 6, a lot of people have not heard about picking up Michael, and you should.

Next four matchups: @ NYG, vs. SEA, vs. PHI, @ TB

RB Theo Riddick, Detroit Lions

Riddick continues to be involved in the passing game, and he saw increased snaps this week. He’s only rushed the ball nine times this season, but he has 33 receptions this season for 316 total yards and two touchdowns. Although the pure rushing numbers are not there, Riddick’s value in the passing game has been essential to the Lions’ offense, and his value in PPR especially is skyrocketing with Ameer Abdullah struggling and Joique Bell’s health in question.

Next four matchups: vs. MIN, @ KC, BYE, @ GB

RB James Starks, Green Bay Packers

Starks had 112 yards on 10 carries, mainly stemming from a 65-yard touchdown run, and added a receiving touchdown on Sunday. Even Phil Simms was surprised to see Starks’ speed and effectiveness against the Chargers. Starks saw a lot of snaps down the stretch even with Eddie Lacy (relatively) healthy and he will be in the mix after the bye week. It’s not perfectly clear whether Starks will continue to take carries away from Lacy, but all Lacy owners need to stash Starks immediately.

Next four matchups: BYE, @ DEN, @ CAR, vs. DET

WR Lance Moore, Detroit Lions

In the past two games, Moore has had 14 targets resulting in 11 receptions and 161 yards and two touchdowns. With Matthew Stafford finding increasing confidence in him, Moore is worth a look for your bench with this production. It’s also worth considering that he’s getting more looks as the Lions’ main tight ends Eric Ebron and Brandon Pettigrew are injured.

Next four matchups: vs. MIN, @ KC, BYE, @ GB

TE Benjamin Watson, New Orleans Saints

Watson scored a touchdown for the second straight week for Drew Brees and the Saints. There was a lot of uncertainty at the tight end position for the Saints after Jimmy Graham was traded, and Watson has been the one to step up. Against the Falcons on Thursday, he had 10 receptions for 127 yards, and he looks to build on that performance as the season continues.

Next four matchups: @ IND, vs. NYG, vs. TEN, @ WAS

Image: Riddick