Week 10 Start ‘M: Wide Recipients
Pice: Chiefs, Cowboys, Falcons, Jets
Start of the week
Cooper Cup Versus. Seahawks: Kup has been at odds in fantasy leagues this season, just 24th in fantasy points in the whiteouts and 27 points per game. As Gupta faces a Seahawks defense, he must start this week, which allows for a wide range of recipients to get the most points. Their defense has given slot recipients more points, averaging 9.1 catches and 123.3 yards per game. Check out both Kup and Robert Woods to shine this week.
Week 10 ‘M, Sit’ M
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Travis Fulcom in Giants: Fulcom is adding discount wire this season because he has an average of 20.7 imaginary points per banana from the 5th week. At that point, he leads all the Eagles whiteouts in snaps, paths, goals and catches. The Giants include 7 games a week against their opponents this week, with Fulkham having 11 goals and 73 yards. Overall, New York have surrendered nine touchdowns and ninth most imaginary points to counter broad receivers this season.
Brands Cooks in Browns: Cook has been on fire in recent weeks, scoring more than 17 points in three of his last four games. He has seen at least nine goals in each of those matches, so the scale is consistent. Cooks runs two-thirds of the wide lanes, but he also gets 11 slot routes a week. Regardless, this season the Browns have allowed 12 touchdowns and the fifth most imaginary points to widen. Cooks in this match is a combination of WR2 / WR3.
Dionde Johnson vs. Bengals: Like last week, fantasy fans should consider Johnson, Chase Claypool and Juju Smith-Schuster all possible potential players. This week’s match looks to be in favor of the previous two, however, with the Bengals leaving eight touchdowns and eight eighth most imaginary points to the outfielders. Johnson and Claypool have driven most of their paths. If Ben Rothlisberger (COVID-19) were not idle, these steelers would roll with wide receivers.
Jarvis Laundry vs. Texans: In Cleveland’s first game without Odel Beckham Jr. (Week 8), Laundry led all the Browns Whiteouts on goals (11), catches (4) and yards (52). He should continue to see that kind of size as Browns hosts the Texans this week. Their defense has handed the Whiteouts 13 touchdowns and the seventh most imaginary points, and enemy slot recipients have an average of more than five catches per game against them. I consider laundry to be a viable WR3 or flexible option.
- Terry McLaren in the Lions
- Jerry GD at Riders
- Brandon Ayuk of the Saints
- Jerry Judy in Riders (Draft Kings:, 6 5,600)
- Nelson Agolar vs. Broncos (Draft Kings :, 900 4,900)
- Curtis Samuel vs. Buchananers (Draft Kings :, 900 4,900)
Week 10 Sitting ‘M: Wide Recipients
Session of the week
DJ Sark in Bakers: The SAARC, which scored 27.6 points at a loss to the Texans, revealed a big game last week. It was very interesting that he did it with Rookie Jack Lutton who made his first NFL appearance. So while most fans will be keeping him in their queue this week, the Packers shutdown C.P. Keep in mind that he could have a tough afternoon in the match against Jair Alexander. Cornerback suffered a concussion last week, so SAARC will be a start if Alexander is inactive.
Diwande Parker vs. Chargers: Parker continues to serve as the top whiteout in Miami, and he is likely to be active in several fantasy leagues this week. However, his match against the Chargers was not in his favor. Los Angeles is tough on a wide range of receivers, allowing for four touchdowns and seventh-low points to level. What’s more, not even a single receiver has scored more than 15 imaginary points against them in external ways. I lower my expectations to Parker.
Marvin Jones Jr. vs. Football Team: Jones put up a good state line last week as he found the final zone and lost 13.3 fantasy points to the Vikings. Kenny Golade (hip) will be of more value to him if he misses the time consistently, Jones has the next match against the football team. Their defense left three touchdowns and the lowest imaginary points to counter wide receivers. This includes fourth-lowest points for broadly ranked recipients.
Patriots Marquez Brown (SNF): I do not know about you, but I’m tired of waiting for Brown to start imagining numbers. Since the Ravens passing game is mostly a nonsense, he has failed to score double-digit points in three straight games this season and five in eight games overall. The Patriots’ defense is bad against the run, so Lamar Jackson, J.K. I look forward to seeing Toppins and Gus Edwards. Unfortunately, Brown can’t believe the fantasy right now.
Darius Slayton vs. Eagles: Slayton have been credible to fantasy fans this season, but those figures should continue against the Eagles. Over the past three weeks, Slayton has led all the Giants whiteouts quickly, but is second only to Sterling Shepherd in distant second in both goals and fantasy points. Eagles and the Strike C.P. Darius Slay has a tough game next to Slayton as he had just 4.3 points in the 7th week. If you are starting a Giants wide receiver, it should be Shepherd.
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- Corey Davis vs. Golds (DNF)
- Mike Evans in Panthers
- DJ Moore vs. Bookners
- Mike Evans in Panthers (Draft Kings: $ 6,300)
- DJ Sark vs. Texans (Draft Kings :, 200 6,200)
- DJ Moore vs. Bookners (Draft Kings: $ 5,100)
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