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David Long, LB, Titans
Jayon Brown will be out for at least two more weeks. Long has been his direct replacement over the past four games, handling nearly every snap and producing 29 tackles (19 solo). The team hasn't provided a clear timeline for Brown, but fantasy managers can ride Long's wave until Brown is back to 100 percent.
Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Bills
We have yet to see Edmunds hit double-digit tackles this season despite him hitting that mark five times last year. However, he has piled up 23 stops over the past three contests, and he gets a prime matchup in Week 6. The Titans have shown no desire to pull back on Derrick Henry's workload, so Edmunds should have a busy evening on Monday Night Football.
Greg Rousseau, DE, Bills
Rousseau has registered 18 tackles (15 solo), three sacks and an interception through five games, and he may be the team's best pass rusher. He'll benefit from the Titans' run-heavy game script regardless. However, he'll also have a strong chance to tee off against the Titans' brutal offensive line that has let Ryan Tannehill get sacked a league-high 20 times so far.
De'Vondre Campbell, ILB, Packers
The Packers signed ILB Jaylon Smith, who was cut by the Cowboys earlier in the week. Smith's presence doesn't threaten Campbell because he can't cover players like Campbell does. Furthermore, Campbell's been an excellent all-around player, racking up 48 tackles (31 solo), three pass breakups