Fantasy Football: Start Em or Sit Em Week 10

Featured, Sports and Bets — November 7, 2013 at 9:13 pm by

We’re just about out of bye week hell as only four teams have off this week. KC, NE, Cleveland, and the Jets are the four vacationing squads. With the remaining 28 teams there are a ton of attractive fantasy matchups, so I expect to see some pretty big point totals across the board this week.

Quarterback Start Em:

Phillip Rivers-I expect an entertaining shoot-out between the Chargers and Broncos, in fact I like San Diego to beat Denver. Rivers will be chucking it all day.

Punchable Faced Philip Rivers

Nick Foles-I’m gonna give the kid the benefit of the doubt and roll with him. Let’s see if Philly play as well in Lambeau as they did in Oakland.

Josh McCown-If you’r e in a tough bye week spot, you can do much worse than McCown. He has experience and the trust of his receivers, as there was not much drop off from Cutler.

Sit Em:

Senaca Wallace-I’m personally not gonna mess with this situation, I don’t trust Wallace to succeed.

Cam Newton-Cam has a tough matchup out in the Bay Area, as the Niners have been extremely tough on opposing quarterbacks.

Russell Wilson-I’m finding a better option if I’m a Wilson owner. His receiving core is depleting rapidly, and they haven’t played well in nearly a month.

Running Back Start Em:

CJ2K-Johnson has had a tough year but he had a lot of tough match ups to start the year. He broke out last week and his schedule gets much easier down the stretch, I feel he will reward patient owners come playoff time.

Pierre Thomas-The usually crowded Saints backfield has quite a few nagging injuries, and Thomas has been taking advantage of his increased touches. Plus Dallas is yielding big games to almost every back they face.

Pierre has proved that people with French names can be good at football too.

Ben Tate-He has a tough match up this week, but with Foster still banged up he should be productive due to a massive workload.

Trent Richardson-If he doesn’t have a good game this week, Richardson owners are in serious trouble.

Sit Em:

Ray Rice-Until Rice proves that he hasn’t lost his explosiveness, I’m keeping him on the bench.

Steven Jackson-I’m not risking him against a tough Seattle front seven. If I’m the Hawks I’m committing to stop Jackson and making Ryan beat me with a depleted receiving core.

Ryan Mathews-Old bubble boy has been a pleasant surprise this year, but I’m not playing him this week unless I’m in sure need. Nobody can stick with the run long enough against Denver to really make an impact, and Danny Woodhead gets the majority of the passing  work.

After he gets done strangling Costanza, bubble boy should find the bench.

Wide Receiver Start Em:

Keenan Allen-San Diego will be chucking it all over the yard Sunday, and Allen has developed into Rivers’ favorite outside target.

Alshon Jeffery-Jeffrey’s numbers are very close to number one receiver Brandon Marshall. He is more like a 1A now in Chicago and he commands red zone targets with his size.

T.Y. Hilton-He and Andrew Luck are rapidly developing some scary chemistry together.

Sit Em:

Mike Wallace-He will have Darrell Revis to contend with Monday night.


Still a douche. Too bad Incognito didn’t bully him instead.

Steve Smith-The Niners will be bracketing Smith all day. They will make somebody else beat them.

James Jones-Even if he is active, I’m passing on Jones this week as I am not a believer in Seneca Wallace.

Stevie Johnson- His production has dropped since he has been nursing his back injury.

Tight End Start Em:

Jordan Reed-Reed is rapidly turning into RG3’s second favorite target inside. Also Minnesota has given up quite a few points to fantasy tight ends.

Charles Clay-Tampa Bay yields the second-most points to fantasy tight ends.

Sit Em:

Greg Olsen-The Niners are extremely tough on opposing tight ends. Patrick Willis and Navarro Bowman will be paying extra attention to Olsen.

Coby Fleener-The Rams are surprisingly very tough also on opposing tight ends.

Damn, Coby has quite an eraser head.

Defense Start Em:

Tennessee-Shocker, the Jags are in town.

Indy-I’ll take my chances against Kellen Clemans on the road.

Sit Em:

Chicago-Last time out against Detroit was a big time shoot out.

Carolina-They have been great the past few weeks, but I’m finding greener pastures this week as they travel out to San Fran.

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