Sit/Start Week 10 Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game

Our team tells you who you should be starting in week 10 of the fantasy football season

Game Info

 

Kickoff: Sunday, November 15th at 4:05 PM ET

Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL

Betting Odds: MIA -2.5, 48.5 total via Oddsshark

Network: CBS

 

Los Angeles Chargers

 

Quarterback

Justin Herbert (Start, QB1)

 

For a rookie quarterback, Herbert has far exceeded expectations. He currently sits as the ninth quarterback in standard-scoring leagues and despite leaving briefly during last week’s game, he popped off for 326 yards and two passing touchdowns. He has multiple touchdowns in five straight games and is sitting at a 15:3 TD to INT ratio. He also has the ability to run in his back pocket. There are not many reasons you would sit this guy on any given week.

 

Running Backs

Justin Jackson (Sit), Joshua Kelley (Flex), Kalen Ballage (Flex)

 

Jackson was barely involved last week and left during the first drive. Surprisingly, Kalen Ballage came in and sparked the Chargers’ offense, running for 69 yards on 15 carries and scoring a touchdown. Could this be a revenge game for Ballage? Kelley has been highly disappointing and was only able to muster 59 total yards despite the injury to Justin Jackson. There is no telling who the Chargers will throw out there next at RB and I would not chance starting any of these backs.

 

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

Keenan Allen (Start, WR1), Mike Williams (Start, WR3), Hunter Henry (Start TE1)

 

As long as Herbert keeps slinging it, I feel confident playing these receivers. Allen was questionable heading into week 9 but went off to the tune of 103 receiving yards and a touchdown. Mike Williams contributed 13.10 PPR points to his owners last week and has double digits in back-to-back games. Henry has not been too flashy but given the state of the TE position, you could do a lot worse.

 

 

Miami Dolphins

 

Quarterback

Tua Tagovailoa (Start, QB1)

 

Tua has looked like the real deal in two games and last week kept on pace with a dominant Cardinals offense. He completed 20-28 passes last week and threw for two scores. He also chipped in 35 yards rushing. It is even more impressive that he is doing this without Preston Williams and Myles Gaskin. He will only continue to get better and I have him as a start this week but it should be noted that he is more of a fringe-QB1.

 

 

Running Backs

Myles Gaskin (Sit/IR), Matt Breida (Sit), Jordan Howard (Sit), Patrick Laird (Sit), Salvon Ahmed (Sit)

 

This backfield is a similar story to the Chargers’. Since Gaskin has been hurt, there is not really a back that you can trust. Breida is getting in limited work this week but was inactive for last week’s game. Howard is usually the goal-line and short-yardage specialist but if he doesn’t score, he is basically useless every week. Laird had one rushing attempt and one target in the passing game. Salvon Ahmed might have been the most surprising of the bunch, rushing 7 times for 38 yards. I would avoid this backfield at all costs.

 

 

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

DeVante Parker (Start, WR2), Preston Williams (Sit, IR), Jakeem Grant (Sit), Mike Gesicki (Start, TE2)

 

Parker has been the most consistent receiving threat over the course of the season, and it appears he and Tua are developing somewhat of chemistry together. Now that Williams is hurt, grant or Gesicki will need to step up to help the young rookie get acclimated to the NFL game. This week would not be one I recommend either of them though unless your TE is on bye and you want to start big Mike.

 

Aaron Rader (Ray_Dur on Twitter and Reddit)

 

 

5 responses to “Sit/Start Week 10 Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game”

  1. Gene says:

    I am starting Jones/Chubb at RB and Thomas, Chark and Cooks at WR. Who then would you recommend at Flex out of the following: Hunt, Edmonds, Justin Jefferson or DJ Moore? Maybe Hunt should start over Chubb this week? (12 team ppr league) It’s an embarrassment of riches to be sure and results in a bit of a paralysis by analysis.

  2. Steve says:

    RB’s – Henderson, Edmonds, Taylor & Drake. Which 2 would you start? would you consider starting both Edmonds & drake (if he’s healthy)? Thanks. Great article. Look forward to it every week.

    Steve

  3. Edgar says:

    Podcast host: Do you think that [insert hot take here]
    Other guy: Nah…
    Podcast host: Yeah, I agree

  4. Jay says:

    Tough choice, which two: Allen, Brown, Fuller?

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