3 teams that you want no part of in fantasy football going forward

The 2023 Fantasy Football season is now six weeks old, and if you haven't already figured it out, having any players on these teams is going to damage your lineup and chances to win.

Oct 15, 2023; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Las Vegas Raiders defensive tackle John Jenkins (95) sacks New
Oct 15, 2023; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Las Vegas Raiders defensive tackle John Jenkins (95) sacks New / Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports
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Fantasy football can be the most exciting thing there is and then one week later, one of the most depressing. Tasting defeat in your fantasy football matchup is one thing, but when you are constantly being burned by the same bad apples, it can be downright infuriating.

Everyone is going to want a piece of the explosive offenses. After all, that is how most fantasy points are scored. Through six weeks, there are three offenses that you should want no part of until further notice.

If you like to play in extremely deep leagues like I do, where you might not have a choice but to play someone on one of these rosters, just be expecting bad results the rest of the way. But if you can, you might want to fish around and see if you can get a return from someone in your league for players on these rosters.

New York Giants, Saquon Barkley
Oct 15, 2023; Orchard Park, New York, USA; New York Giants quarterback Tyrod Taylor (2) hands off to / Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

New York Giants

The Giants are about as offensively challenged as any team in the league and without starting quarterback Daniel Jones, things will likely be even worse until he returns from a neck injury.

The Giants have so many wide receivers but none of them are anything more than a WR3 or WR4 in fantasy. Isaiah Hodgins had a lot of promise coming into the season but he has done next to nothing this year. Darren Waller was one of my favorite tight ends to target in drafts this summer but he has fallen into the abyss that is the Giants offense.

The real issue with this team is that the offensive line is just terrible. They can't protect in the passing game and they can't open holes in the running game.

Saquon Barkley is still one of the top fantasy commodities in the league but he has been trending downward for some time because he can't stay healthy and when he is, he has to run behind this line.

If you are a Barkley owner and you get even a reasonable offer for him, it should be strongly considered because the odds of him ever becoming a top RB on this team as it's currently constructed are pretty low.

Get off all of the Giants, they will lose you a lot of fantasy games this year.