Best Week 10 Fantasy Football Players by Position
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Jared Goff – It is no secret that Seattle is struggling defensively. They are still giving up the most fantasy points to QBs and their pass defense is not showing much improvement. This week the Rams host the Seahawks Sunday afternoon. The Rams have won 4 of the last 5 against the Seahawks and look for Jared Goff to help keep that trend going. Expect Goff to get going early and often.
Deshaun Watson – Watson has been hot recently but not many people know because they only have two wins. He has not thrown a pick in three straight games and he has not had a QBR under 109 in six straight. Cleveland is better statistically stopping the run and Houston is terrible running the ball anyway so I expect a ton of throws from Watson. Cleveland will probably lean on their running game also which should keep the Texans offense aggressive and trying to score quickly. Also, do not be surprised if Watson runs one in. He is well overdue for a rushing TD because his only one this season was Week 1 against Kansas City.
Aaron Rodgers – Aaron Rodgers is a bad bad man. 24 TDs and only 2 INTs speaks for itself but he is doing it in typical Aaron Rodgers fashion. The Jaguars cannot cover anyone and with Aaron Jones only one game back from his injury, I believe the Pack will let Rodgers continue his push for MVP this season.
Big Risk Big Reward Play. Nick Foles. Chicago is the worst rushing team in the NFL. The Bears really need to win this game against Minnesota so look for them to beat them throwing. The Vikings give up 287 yards per game through the air and 29 points. Come on Nicky Foles.
Kareem Hunt – Baker Mayfield called it a blessing to come off this bye week and expects the Browns to be fresh. I expect Kareem Hunt to be fresh. Still no Chubb back yet and a Texans defense that is allowing 159 yards rushing per game. Dead last in the league. Stefanski has to love this matchup and want to lean on the ground game. Big numbers coming for Hunt.
James Conner – What a swing and miss last week on James Conner. However, I will roll the dice again. The Steelers know they need to run the ball better and here is another golden opportunity against the Bengals who allow 144 yards per game on the ground. Last week Dallas punched Pittsburgh in the mouth and kind of forced them to throw it more. This week, Pittsburgh will play with a comfortable lead and play bully ball.
Wayne Gallman – Gallman has been a fantasy savior for some people. Three weeks straight now he has scored and he has increased his number of carries and rushing yards each week also. The Giants are going to upset Philadelphia this week and Gallman will be the offensive MVP for the G Men. If you have Gallman, play him with great confidence!
Big Risk Big Reward Play. Gus Edwards. I really like what I’ve seen from Gus Edwards. He continues to run hard and with passion. Edwards and JK Dobbins have similar stats recently but throughout the season Edwards has more carries and yards plus he is the goaline back right now. Throw Gus Edwards in this week if you need to stream a guy.
Allen Robinson – The Vikings pass defense is one of the worst in the league. I mentioned Nick Foles in the QB section and talked about how Chicago needs this game. Therefore, Chicago should look to their best player and biggest weapon on offense which is Allen Robinson. Expect Robinson to have big numbers close to 9 catches over 100 yards and 2 scores.
Bobby Woods – Woods is currently the number 16 WR in half ppr fantasy leagues. With his first opportunity against the poor Seattle secondary, Woods is in line to have a monster day. Not only is Seattle giving up the most fantasy points to QBs but also to WRs. Seattle is going to have a tough time in LA trying to stop Bobby Woods this week so look for him to be a top 3 fantasy option.
Will Fuller – Fuller has quietly been one of the most consistent fantasy WRs this season. Aside from a 0 point effort Week 2 against Baltimore, Fuller has not scored less than 10 in half ppr leagues. This week against Cleveland the Texans will be looking for him to take the top off the defense like he has most weeks this season. The first two games of the season were the only two Fuller has not scored in. He has eclipsed the 100 yard mark 4 times also.
Big Risk Big Reward Play. Nelson Agholor. Agholor has caught a few deep passes this season. He has 5 TDs on the season and 3 of them have been 40 plus yards. Denver is not known for their pass defense and could be the next victim Agholor takes advantage of.
Robert Tonyan – Tonyan was making noise for himself earlier this season. Though he has cooled off, he has a tasty matchup against Jacksonville in Week 10. Pair him with Rodgers as both look to be headed into the top 3 weekly performers list together.
Mike Gesicki – Gesicki has to be called on more this week with Dolphins WR Preston Williams out. Gesicki has not had a fantasy worthy game in awhile but I believe this will be his time to shine. The Chargers are giving up the 7th most points to TEs and Gesicki has more opportunities coming his way.
TJ Hockenson – The number 3 overall fantasy TE believe it or not. Big Hock has been the model of consistency this season. Steady targets and he has been productive with them. Keep doing your thing Big Hock!
Big Risk Big Reward Play. Harrison Bryant. Yes Bryant will score this week. He has already shown he can be a help to the Browns and Baker will find Bryant in the endzone for a score in Week 10.
Jason Sanders – Sanders has been money this year. The Dolphins are hot and they will score a ton of points this week against the Chargers. No brainer here.
Tyler Bass – Buffalo travels to Arizona in week 10 but with the run game not really gelling for Buffalo I think drives will stall and the Bills will need Bass to get 3.
Daniel Carlson – The Raiders have a tough game against Denver. Both these teams are familiar with each other and should play tough defense. I like the Raiders to get to the redzone but the Broncos bend but don’t break defense is good for Carlson’s fantasy owners.
Miami – The Dolphins are riding a wave right now and it wont stop against the Chargers. They will score again for the third straight week on either defense or special teams. Also expect them to slow Herbert down and get a few turnovers.
Green Bay – Green Bay is looking to take advantage of Jacksonville this week. They have not played particularly well in some games this year on defense but everything can be fixed for a day against a bad team like the Jags. I like Green Bay to have 4 or more sacks and 3 takeaways.
Baltimore – Cam was better last week but overall he has not been good this year at QB for New England. Baltimore plays with such great chemistry on defense. Look for the Ravens to make things tough for Cam and company Sunday night.