Week 10 Start em n Sit Em
Week 10 in your fantasy league. The Regular season is beginning to wind down. You are either playoff bound or playing out the string. Either way, let me get you read for your week 10 battle.
Start – Eli Manning. Eli is the Patriots nemesis. He should have a solid game against a not so solid pass defense.
Sit – Tyrod Taylor. On the road, Thursday night against the Jets equals disaster. Keep Taylor on the bench.
Sleeper - Kirk Cousins. Playing the 31st rank defense and 30th ranked pass defense should lend itself multiple opportunities for big plays.
Start – Jeremy Hill. Houston’s defense is average 22pts to fantasy running backs. You cannot go wrong with Hill in your lineup.
Sit – Jonathan Stewart. The Titans are allowing the 5th fewest fantasy points to RBs this season. This makes Stewart a no go this week.
Sleeper – LeGarrette Blount. With Dion Lewis lost for the year it is not Blount’s job. Look for a large game form the big man.
Start – Jarvis Landry. The Eagles defense is very friendly to opposing wideouts. They have allowed the 3rd most fantasy points to WRs.
Sit – Sammy Watkins. He will be out on an island, Revis Island. Short week and going against Revis make this a no no!
Sleeper – Eric Decker. The Jets should have some success through the air on Thursday Night. With coverage rolling toward Brandon Marshall that should open it up Decker.
Start – Delanie Walker. The Panthers have given up the 5th most points to the position over the last 4 weeks. You can beat them over the middle. Play Walker.
Sit – Martellus Bennett. The Rams are virtually tight end proof. They have only given up 1 touchdown this year to the position. Also only giving up an ave of 6pts per game.
Sleeper – Jordan Reed. If he is still available in your league go get him. The Saints are awful and defense and against the tight end.
Start – St Louis Rams. Even though Jay Cutler has been better he still gives up the rock. There are only 3 teams worse than the Bears at helping fantasy defenses.
Sit – New York Giants. Plying the well-oiled machine called the Patriots. Enough said!
Sleeper – Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They should have their chances against Matt Cassell and the Cowboys offense.