18 players to start or sit in fantasy football for Week 10
- Each week, we're listing players to start or sit in fantasy football.
- As always, these are less obvious choices - players fantasy owners might be on the cusp of starting or sitting.
- Here are our start 'em, sit 'ems for Week 9 of the NFL season.
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We return for fantasy football start/sits in Week 10 coming off a strong week, albeit with four big misses.Each week, we determine a successful pick by whether quarterbacks or tight ends finished in the top 12 in scoring in their respective positions and if running backs and wide receivers finished in the top 30. By that measure, we nailed 12 of 18 picks last week.Advertisement
Unfortunately, we guessed wrong on two games: Kenyan Drake and Jimmy Garoppolo, two of our "sits," went off on "Thursday Night Football." Meanwhile, Gardner Minshew and D.J. Chark, two "starts" who looked sure to post big weeks, completely flopped in London. So goes fantasy football.
As usual, we try to pick less obvious choices - players fantasy owners might be on the cusp of starting or sitting.Check out our start 'em, sit 'ems for Week 10 below.
START: Philip Rivers, QB
SIT: Jared Goff, QBAdvertisement
Start: Brian Hoyer, QB
SIT: Kirk Cousins, QBAdvertisement
START: Aaron Jones/Jamaal Williams, RB
SIT: Todd Gurley, RBAdvertisement
START: Ronald Jones II, RB
SIT: Kenyan Drake, RBAdvertisement
Start: Latavius Murray, RB
SIT: Kalen Ballage, RBAdvertisement
START: Keenan Allen, WR
SIT: Josh Gordon, WRAdvertisement
START: Emmanuel Sanders, WR
SIT: Jarvis Landry, WRAdvertisement
START: Golden Tate, WR
SIT: Devante Parker, WRAdvertisement
START: Jared Cook, TE
SIT: Jacob Hollister, TEAdvertisement
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