Fantasy Football Start ’em Sit ’em Week 10
With only 4 games left of the regular season to go, it is time to take a moment to reflect on this unique journey and how we got here. This is by far the most unpredictable sports year in history so if you are in the running to win a fantasy championship you should give yourself a big pat on the back.
If you are on the other side of the spectrum and are struggling to stay afloat long enough to avoid last place, just know that it was highly unlikely that you would be able to overcome all the injuries, unforeseen health issues and just undeniable bad luck that likely ravaged your hopes for a winning season.
My message to both sides is to keep fighting until the last whistle blows. Every blade of grass matters when it comes to football and in life. So don’t be distracted or discouraged by outside forces out of your control. Play hard and play to win, and let the chips fall where they may.
Chase Edmonds – Cardinals RB
Even though it was recently reported that Kenyan Drake is practicing today, I still believe Edmonds will dominate the touches for at least one more week, facing a Bills defense in Week 10 that has allowed the 6th most rushing yards in the NFL.
In Week 9, Edmonds received 25 touches but failed to score against a tough Miami Dolphins defense. If he gets anywhere near that volume against the Bills he should find the end zone with ease.
Chase Edmonds Week 10 Projections: 22 rushing attempts, 101 rushing yards, 2 rushing TD’s
QBs to Start
RBs to Start
Wayne Gallman Jr.
Melvin Gordon III
Darrell Henderson Jr.
WRs to Start
DJ Chark Jr.
Will Fuller V
TEs to Start
TJ Hockenson (if he plays)
Week 10 Sit ’em
Jakobi Meyers – Patriots WR
Meyers exploded onto the fantasy radar with a 12 reception, 169 yard outburst against the lowly Jets in Week 9. He is one of the lone viable receiving options for Pats QB Cam Newton and has the 6th-most targets in the NFL over the last 3 weeks.
It is no doubt that Meyers trajectory is pointing up, but this week is not the week to take a chance on him in your starting lineup as he faces a Ravens defense that just put the clamps on Colts receivers in their previous matchup and have allowed just two TD’s to opposing receivers in the last 5 games.
Jakobi Meyers Week 10 Projections: 9 targets, 3 receptions, 54 receiving yards, 0 TD’s
QBs to Sit
RBs to Sit
Ronald Jones II
WRs to Sit
Laviska Shenault Jr.
TEs to Sit
If you have any questions about your lineup for this week, you can find me on our Facebook group, Fantasy Couch Fam. My name is Mike Mital on there by the way.
Make sure to watch the Week 10 waiver wire video in case there are any players on waivers or free agency that you might have missed.
Also check out our podcast, Fantasy Couch Podcast (available on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, etc.