The Post’s Drew Loftis evaluates all the relevant fantasy football news from Week 5 of the NFL season.

Go get ‘em

Le’Veon Bell RB, New York Jets

Has yet to top 70 yards rushing. Averaging just 2.9 yards per carry. Has just one TD (receiving). But the schedule lightens in the near future. See if you can get him at a discount from a disgruntled owner.

Reggie Bonnafon RB, Carolina Panthers

If you have Christian McCaffrey on your roster, the handcuff became clear Sunday. Bonnafon racked up 80 yards on just five carries while CMC was briefly sidelined.

Chase Edmonds RB, Arizona Cardinals

Didn’t do anything his rookie season that made him seem like a worthy handcuff to David Johnson, but having gotten some extra touches the past two weeks, has solidified that role.

Gerald Everett TE, Los Angeles Rams

Has 12 catches over the past two weeks. Is the ninth-ranked fantasy tight end so far.

Get rid of ‘em

Teddy Bridgewater QB, New Orleans Saints

His four TDs Sunday matched a career-high. But his career high for TDs in a season is just 14. His advanced stats don’t foretell a lot of future big games. See if you can get a helpful piece in exchange coming off his big day.

Courtland Sutton WR, Denver Broncos

Has three TDs in the past two games, vaulting him to 10th among fantasy wide receivers. But most likely the production becomes more evenly divided between Sutton and teammate Emmanuel Sanders over the long haul. Sell Sutton at peak value.

Mike Williams WR, San Diego Chargers

We could argue that his lack of TDs is a sign of upcoming progression toward the mean. But Melvin Gordon’s return gives the Chargers an additional goal-line option, and we don’t like sweating out Williams’ injury status every week. Don’t drop him, but if you can swap him …