Fantasy Football Ultimate Guide (Week 10)

November 9, 2017
Posted in Football
November 9, 2017 Brett Olayos

High & Outside: Fantasy Football Must-Starts (Week 10):

QB: Matt Ryan

The Cowboys defense flat out stinks. With guys like Sanu and Julio Jones running routes we expect Matty Ice to put up some big fantasy points this week in what is sure to be a shootout.

RB: LeSean McCoy

LeSean did not produce at all last week against the Jets so we expect him to bounce back hard this week against an average Saints defense that ranks 19th in the NFL in run defense.

WR: Julio Jones

Much like the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Cowboys are dependent on their offense to put up big points due to their lack of defensive prowess. The Cowboys really do not have anyone to cover Julio this week and an uncovered Julio can be a very dangerous thing.

TE: Evan Engram

Engram has been the only bright spot in what is a very dark situation in the Meadowlands. The Giants have basically given up and begun to "trust the process" but someone has to get the ball, right?

FLEX: Alvin Kamara

Kamara is a beast and quite possibly one of the most athletic, versatile athletes in the entire National Football League right up there with Tyreek Hill. He is a human highlight reel and Sean Payton has proven that he knows exactly when and how to use this weapon whether it be running the ball or catching it.

DEFENSE: New York Giants

The Giants have become the joke of the NFL but their defense has something to prove this week against an awful 49ers team. Look for the G-men to show some pride and create a few turnovers that will surely result in big fantasy points.

KICKER: Greg Zuerlein

The Rams potent offense takes on the Browns this Sunday and we already know Zuerlein will get his fair share of kicks this week. Zuerlein leads all kickers in fantasy points and it's not even close.

RISK OF THE WEEK: DeAndre Hopkins & Will Fuller V

No more Deshaun Watson means no more big fantasy weeks for both of these guys. Stay away from them in daily fantasy and trade them away in fantasy leagues if you still can.

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