Fantasy Football Start'em/ Sit'em Week 10
We are 9 weeks through the fantasy season. It is really and truly crunch time in your league. To be or not to be in the playoffs is the question? How are you fairing? Is the waiver wire friendly at the end of the week? Remember the wire is your friend. Are you ready for week 10? If not, we will get you ready, with our NFL Week 10 Start Em n Sit Em.
Jared Goff – It is time to start considering Goff as a fantasy option. Last week he put up almost 30 points. I look for him to have another good outing this week. The Texans are very friendly on the road.
Carlos Hyde – Hyde should be active in both phases of the offense. Keep him in your lineup because the Giants are averaging over 100 yards and six TDs when they go on the road.
Robby Anderson – Anderson is the number one WR for the Jets. He has a TD in each of the last three games. The Bucs are allowing the 3rd most yards to receivers in Tampa.
Cameron Brate – I know it is tough times in Tampa. However, no Mike Evans should yield more action for Brate. The Jets are also averaging 17 FPPG to the position on the road.
Ryan Succop – The Bengals are a kicker's best friend. When they go on the road the Bengals allow the 10+ points per game to the opposing kicker.
Detroit Lions – After watching them on Monday Night I like the Lions to perform well again this week. Hey, a matchup against the Cleveland Browns can only help too.
Drew Brees – Brees travels to Buffalo to take on the Bills. The Bills have only allowed 7 passing TDs. They also have 11 INTs. Brees could have a tough day.
Aaron Jones – Listed as a starter last week as he looked be taking over. However, Montgomery once again was featured and played more snaps. Not a good situation.
Will Fuller – Fuller was heating up like a sidewalk in the summer. He may just now become cooler than the Arctic. Losing your QB can do that.
Coby Fleener – Buffalo is very good against the Tight End. Along with that, Fleener has only scored a combined 19 points in his last 6 games.
Blair Walsh – Stay away from Walsh. He missed three kicks last week against the Redskins. That could still be in his head on a short week in Arizona. Surprised he still has a job.
Denver Broncos – This is hard to say with one of the best defenses in the league. However, until their offense stabilizes they are a tough play. The more they are on the field the more the opposition will score.
There you have it. Week 10 starts n sits for your fantasy team. I hope we have helped along the way to the top of your league. If not that high, at least you are competitive.
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