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Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings


These rankings will be updated throughout the week up until Sunday at 1 PM ET for injuries or other reasons. [Note: our rankings are for standard (non-PPR) leagues, but you can simply move guys up or down based on how many passes they are expected to catch]

 

QUARTERBACK

1. Tom Brady (@ DEN)

2. Dak Prescott (@ ATL)

3. Cam Newton (v MIA)

4. Matthew Stafford (v CLE)

5. Ben Roethlisberger (@ IND)

6. Russell Wilson (@ ARI)

7. Matt Ryan (v DAL)

8. Jared Goff (v HOU)

9. Drew Brees (@ BUF)

10. Marcus Mariota (v CIN)

11. Josh McCown (@ TB)

12. Andy Dalton (@ TEN)

13. Tyrod Taylor (v NO)

14. Ryan Fitzpatrick (v NYJ)

15. Kirk Cousins (v MIN)

16. Jay Cutler (@ CAR)

17. Eli Manning (@ SF)

18. Jacoby Brissett (v PIT)

19. Philip Rivers (@ JAC)

20. Brett Hundley (@ CHI)

21. Case Keenum (@ WAS)

22. C.J. Beathard (v NYG)

23. Brock Osweiler (v NE)

24. Tom Savage (@ LAR)

25. Blake Borltes (v LAC)

 

In what feels like a strange week for quarterback, Tom Brady is at the top despite a matchup with Denver… Dak Prescott has a career 39:8 touchdown-interception ratio… Cam Newton continues to do damage as a runner, making him a unique, high-upside QB1… Averaging 392 yards over his past two games, Matthew Stafford should torch the Browns on Sunday… Perhaps Matt Ryan will really breakout in a potential shootout with Dallas; his 313 yards and two touchdowns last week would have been even better if not for a Julio drop… Ben Roethlisberger is away from home, but the matchup is great… Jared Goff needed just 14 completions to throw for 311 yards and four scores in Week 9… Marcus Mariota will hopefully start running more down the stretch… Josh McCown and Ryan Fitzpatrick are both streaming options against each other this week… Kirk Cousins is better in real life than in fantasy with a lack of consistency from his playmakers… If there’s a week to play Eli Manning, this might be it.

 

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RUNNING BACK

1. Le’Veon Bell (@ IND)

2. Melvin Gordon (@ JAC)

3. Leonard Fournette (v LAC)

4. Todd Gurley (v HOU)

5. Jordan Howard (v GB)

6. Mark Ingram (@ BUF)

7. Devonta Freeman (v DAL)

8. Carlos Hyde (v NYG)

9. LeSean McCoy (v NO)

10. Christian McCaffrey (v MIA)

11. Tevin Coleman (v DAL)

12. Adrian Peterson (v SEA)

13. DeMarco Murray (v CIN)

14. Lamar Miller (@ LAR)

15. Alvin Kamara (@ BUF)

16. Latavius Murray (@ WAS)

17. Bilal Powell (@ TB)

18. Joe Mixon (@ TEN)

19. Jerick McKinnon (@ WAS)

20. Alfred Morris (@ ATL)

21. Doug Martin (v NYJ)

22. Ty Montgomery (@ CHI)

23. Ameer Abdullah (v CLE)

24. Elijah McGuire (@ TB)

25. Aaron Jones (@ CHI)

26. C.J. Anderson (v NE)

27. Derrick Henry (v CIN)

28. Chris Thompson (v MIN)

29. Kenyan Drake (@ CAR)

30. Frank Gore (v PIT)

31. Devontae Booker (v NE)

32. Thomas Rawls (@ ARI)

33. Dion Lewis (@ DEN)

34. James White (@ DEN)

35. Damien Williams (@ CAR)

36. Orleans Darkwa (@ SF)

37. Duke Johnson (@ DET)

38. Wayne Gallman (@ SF)

39. Marlon Mack (v PIT)

40. Isaiah Crowell (@ DET)

41. Robert Kelley (v MIN)

42. Theo Riddick (v CLE)

43. Tarik Cohen (v GB)

44. D’Onta Foreman (@ LAR)

45. Jonathan Stewart (v MIA)

46. Rex Burkhead (@ DEN)

47. Mike Gillislee (@ DEN)

48. Jamaal Charles (v NE)

49. Rod Smith (@ ATL)

50. T.J. Yeldon (v LAC)

51. Matt Breida (v NYG)

52. Chris Ivory (v LAC)

53. Giovani Bernard (@ TEN)

54. Mike Tolbert (v NO)

55. Andre Ellington (v SEA)

56. Darren McFadden (@ ATL)

57. Shane Vereen (@ SF)

58. Peyton Barber (v NYJ)

59. Cameron Artis-Payne (v MIA)

60. James Conner (@ IND)

 

 

Le’Veon Bell should be ready to dominate the Colts coming off a bye week… Ezekiel Elliott will continue to get all the work he can handle if his suspension doesn’t permanently kick in… Leonard Fournette disappointed fantasy owners last week with a team-imposed suspension that was announced on Sunday morning, but he should dismantle Los Angeles in Week 10… Jordan Howard and the Bears have a much better chance of establishing and sticking with the run against the Brett Hundley-led Packers… Carlos Hyde is an every-week RB1/RB2 with unpredictable usage concerns being the only thing holding him back… Christian McCaffrey can definitely operate as a true running back, and hopefully Carolina features him for the rest of the year… It feels like Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman are in a breakout spot, but Coleman remains risky if the Falcons are only going to give him six touches… I’m not betting against him, but Adrian Peterson is a volume-based RB2 play in a difficult matchup on a short week… Latavius Murray might be 100% following the bye, and his touch totals have gone from 14 to 16 to 18 to 20 since Dalvin Cook’s injury; both he and Jerick McKinnon are RB2 options… Matt Forte looked good last Thursday night, and he could have another big game against a Tampa Bay team that is falling apart… I’m still leading the Ty Montgomery bandwagon; he’s someone I’d try to buy low on… Ameer Abdullah saw a season-high 21 carries, and Detroit is now 4-1 when he gets at least 17 touches, but Cleveland is a difficult matchup and he fumbled twice on Monday night… According to NFL broadcasting crews, Devontae Booker is apparently talked up every week by the coaching staff, so he’s someone to keep an eye on down the stretch.

 

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WIDE RECEIVER

1. Antonio Brown (@ IND)

2. Julio Jones (v DAL)

3. A.J. Green (@ TEN)

4. DeVante Parker (@ CAR)

5. Dez Bryant (@ ATL)

6. Michael Thomas (@ BUF)

7. Sammy Watkins (v HOU)

8. Demaryius Thomas (v NE)

9. Brandin Cooks (@ DEN)

10. Marvin Jones (v CLE)

11. JuJu Smith-Schuster (@ IND)

12. Golden Tate (v CLE)

13. DeAndre Hopkins (@ LAR)

14. Devin Funchess (v MIA)

15. Adam Thielen (@ WAS)

16. Jordy Nelson (@ CHI)

17. Keenan Allen (@ JAC)

18. Sterling Shepard (@ SF)

19. T.Y. Hilton (v PIT)

20. Stefon Diggs (@ WAS)

21. Doug Baldwin (@ ARI)

22. Larry Fitzgerald (v SEA)

23. Jarvis Landry (@ CAR)

24. Robby Anderson (@ TB)

25. Emmanuel Sanders (v NE)

26. DeSean Jackson (v NYJ)

27. Robert Woods (v HOU)

28. Mohamed Sanu (v DAL)

29. Davante Adams (@ CHI)

30. Jermaine Kearse (@ TB)

31. Ted Ginn (@ BUF)

32. Terrance Williams (@ ATL)

33. Corey Davis (v CIN)

34. Rishard Matthews (v CIN)

35. Marquise Goodwin (v NYG)

36. Paul Richardson (@ ARI)

37. Kelvin Benjamin (v NO)

38. Chris Godwin (v NYJ)

39. Marqise Lee (v LAC)

40. Cooper Kupp (v HOU)

41. Danny Amendola (@ DEN)

42. John Brown (v SEA)

43. Tyler Lockett (@ ARI)

44. Curtis Samuel (v MIA)

45. Jordan Matthews (v NO)

46. Martavis Bryant (@ IND)

47. Aldrick Robinson (v NYG)

48. Will Fuller (@ LAR)

49. Josh Doctson (v MIN)

50. Eric Decker (v CIN)

51. Randall Cobb (@ CHI)

52. Allen Hurns (v LAC)

53. Cole Beasley (@ ATL)

54. Jamison Crowder (v MIN)

55. Donte Moncrief (v PIT)

56. Adam Humphries (v NYJ)

57. Kenny Stills (@ CAR)

58. Deonte Thompson (v NO)

59. Travis Benjamin (@ JAC)

60. Taylor Gabriel (v DAL)

61. Kenny Golladay (v CLE)

62. T.J. Jones (v CLE)

63. Tyrell Williams (@ JAC)

64. Kendall Wright (v GB)

65. J.J. Nelson (v SEA)

66. Ryan Grant (v MIN)

67. Terrelle Pryor (v MIN)

68. Tavarres King (@ SF)

69. Brandon Coleman (@ BUF)

70. Phillip Dorsett (@ DEN)

71. John Ross (@ TEN)

72. Brandon LaFell (@ TEN)

73. Tavon Austin (v HOU)

74. Roger Lewis (@ SF)

75. Jaron Brown (v SEA)

 

Antonio Brown and Julio Jones are the top options every week, and they both have good matchups on Sunday… DeVante Parker makes the top five with at least 69 yards in each game he’s been healthy; an explosion is coming soon, and it could be on Monday Night Football… Demaryius Thomas finally found the end zone in Week 9, and Brock Osweiler made it a point to get him the ball underneath and let him run after the catch; he’s averaging double-digit targets and almost 100 yards per game against New England… Facing a Texans team that just allowed a 5/175/2 line to T.Y. Hilton, Sammy Watkins could get deep again… Brandin Cooks has proven to be a matchup-proof play, so start him against Denver… Marvin Jones and Golden Tate are both borderline WR1s with the winless Browns coming to town… JuJu Smith-Schuster probably won’t put up close to 200 yards again, but he needs to be in fantasy lineups against Indianapolis… Devin Funchess was basically the only wide receiver to catch a pass for the Panthers in Week 9… Jordy Nelson is was wide open down the seam for a would-be touchdown on Monday night, and I think things will get better for him… Sterling Shepard could benefit from a high-scoring game between two bad teams this week… Stefon Diggs could see a lot of Josh Norman, and Doug Baldwin could see a lot of Patrick Peterson… DeSean Jackson will be the team’s number-one receiver with Mike Evans suspended, but Morris Claiborne has been good this season; Chris Godwin is a talented rookie that’s worth a plug-and-play for those desperate at wide receiver… Keep an eye on Curtis Samuel and Dede Westbrook down the stretch.

 

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TIGHT END

1. Rob Gronkowski (@ DEN)

2. Jimmy Graham (@ ARI)

3. Kyle Rudolph (@ WAS)

4. Hunter Henry (@ JAC)

5. Evan Engram (@ SF)

6. Jack Doyle (v PIT)

7. Cameron Brate (v NYJ)

8. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (@ TB)

9. Delanie Walker (v CIN)

10. Vernon Davis (v MIN)

11. Charles Clay (v NO)

12. Tyler Kroft (@ TEN)

13. Eric Ebron (v CLE)

14. Ed Dickson (v MIA)

15. David Njoku (@ DET)

16. Austin Hooper (v DAL)

17. Garrett Celek (v NYG)

18. Jason Witten (@ ATL)

19. Julius Thomas (@ CAR)

20. Darren Fells (v CLE)

21. C.J. Fiedorowicz (@ LAR)

22. O.J. Howard (v NYJ)

23. Tyler Higbee (v HOU)

24. Gerald Everett (v HOU)

25. A.J. Derby (v NE)

 

Rob Gronkowski’s lines against the Broncos over the past three meetings are 7/90/1, 9/105/1, and 6/88/1… With the non-Gronk-elite tier on a bye, Jimmy Graham is the second-best option in an unpredictable TNF game… Hunter Henry should be a primary target against Jacksonville’s stingy perimeter coverage… The Niners have defended tight ends well, but Evan Engram remains a top-five option… Jack Doyle has become a favorite for Jacoby Brissett… A changed person, Austin Seferian-Jenkins faces the team that drafted him in 2014… Vernon Davis would be a plug-and-play TE1 if Jordan Reed (hamstring) sits again… Charles Clay is worth picking up for those hurting at the position… Eric Ebron might go off if he catches the ball against Cleveland… Garrett Celek is worth looking at against a team that has allowed a touchdown to a tight end in each game this season.

 

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DEFENSE

1. Detroit Lions (v CLE)

2. Los Angeles Rams (v HOU)

3. Jacksonville Jaguars (v LAC)

4. Seattle Seahawks (@ ARI)

5. Pittsburgh Steelers (@ IND)

6. Carolina Panthers (v MIA)

7. Chicago Bears (v GB)

8. New England Patriots (@ DEN)

9. Minnesota Vikings (@ WAS)

10. Tennesee Titans (v CIN)

11. New York Jets (@ TB)

12. New Orleans Saints (@ BUF)

13. Los Angeles Chargers (@ JAC)

14. Green Bay Packers (@ CHI)

15. Cincinnati Bengals (@ TEN)

16. Arizona Cardinals (v SEA)

17. San Francisco 49ers (v NYG)

18. New York Giants (@ SF)

19. Buffalo Bills (v NO)

20. Washington Redskins (v MIN)

 

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KICKER

1. Stephen Gostkowski (@ DEN)

2. Matt Prater (v CLE)

3. Greg Zuerlein (v HOU)

4. Matt Bryant (v DAL)

5. Chris Boswell (@ IND)

6. Will Lutz (@ BUF)

7. Mike Nugent (@ ATL)

8. Chandler Catanzaro (@ TB)

9. Kai Forbath (@ WAS)

10. Graham Gano (v MIA)

11. Ryan Succop (v CIN)

12. Josh Lambo (v LAC)

13. Adam Vinatieri (v PIT)

14. Nick Rose (v MIN)

15. Mason Crosby (@ CHI)

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